About Jeeves Font Family
The inspiration for Jeeves came from Leslie Carbarga's wonderful book LETTERHEADS, One Hundred Years of Great Design, 1850-1950. It was based on a secondary type usage for the letterhead for Sutherland in New York. The rest of the letterhead had features that were more typical of the Art Deco period, but this script added a touch of timeless elegance. And since at the time I was reading every scrap of P.G. Wodehouse I could get my hands on, the name Jeeves seemed like a perfect fit.
The font is loaded with a plethora of extra glyphs, ligature characters and OpenType features.
is a trademark of Red Rooster Collection from ITF.
About Red Rooster Collection
Steve Jackaman, a British typography expert with over 40 years experience, started the Red Rooster Typefounders (RRT) in 1990 with a team of highly skilled type designers, typographers and software experts. Over the next four years, this team designed and produced nearly 200 typestyles.
In 1994, Jackaman formed International TypeFounders, Inc. (ITF) with a new team of distinct and prolific type designers. Its flagship brand, the Red Rooster Collection, has grown to over 1,000 exclusive and unique fonts, and includes all the designs from the original RRT collection.
Numerous exclusively licensed font collections and independent designers are the backbone of the Red Rooster Collection, including: Typsettra/Les Usherwood collection, the Ludlow collection, the TP collection, Stephenson Blake, Ltd., the Robert DeLittle collection, Hal Taylor, the Face collection, QBF, Darren Scott, Alessandro Segalini, Foster & Horton, and Arthur Baker.