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Marydale

Marydale™

by Three Islands Press
Individual Styles from $29.00
Complete family of 3 fonts: $79.00
Marydale Font Family was designed by Brian Willson and published by Three Islands Press. Marydale contains 6 styles and family package options.

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Marydale Family

3 fonts

Best Value!

Per style:

$26.33

Pack of 3 styles:

$79.00

About Marydale Font Family


While helping produce a trade magazine years ago, I admired the hand-lettering of the art director -- a woman named Marydale -- and suggested she let me model a font after her penmanship. She agreed and drew out the alphabet, and I launched an old copy of Fontographer and (to shorten a long story) ended up developing my very first digital typeface. Which has since, astonishingly, become famous worldwide. So now the real Marydale gets the mixed blessing of seeing her handwriting (and name) plastered all over the planet. Full release has regular, bold, and black weights.

Designers: Brian Willson

Publisher: Three Islands Press

Foundry: Three Islands Press

Design Owner: Three Islands Press

MyFonts debut: Jun 29, 2006

Marydale™ is a trademark of Three Islands Press.

About Three Islands Press

Three Islands Press (a.k.a., “3IP”) is a small type foundry in Rockport, Maine. Specialties include historical replications, fine text type, old map fonts, and painstaking recreations of vintage and modern handwriting. 3IP is the d.b.a. of Brian Willson, who accidentally stumbled into type design in the 1990s after a career in print and broadcast journalism. He has absolutely no formal training—just a peculiar knack for making fonts that look like real handwriting and antique text materials. 3IP also represents the work of Swedish type designer Lars Bergquist, whose previous career was publishing of encyclopedias and reference literature in the days of lead type. Bergquist’s elegant, varied, multipurpose typefaces are as polished as any out there.