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Mrs Eaves

Mrs Eaves™

by Emigre
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Complete family of 2 fonts: $39.00
Mrs Eaves Font Family was designed by Zuzana Licko and published by Emigre. Mrs Eaves contains 5 styles and family package options.

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Mrs Eaves Petite Caps

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About Mrs Eaves Font Family

This typeface is named after Sarah Eaves, the woman who became John Baskerville’s wife. As Baskerville was setting up his printing and type business, Mrs. Eaves moved in with him as a live-in housekeeper, eventually becoming his wife after the death of her first husband, Mr. Eaves. Like the widows of Caslon, Bodoni, and the daughters of Fournier, Sarah similarly completed the printing of the unfinished volumes that John Baskerville left upon his death.

Designers: Zuzana Licko

Publisher: Emigre

Foundry: Emigre

Original Foundry: Emigre

Design Owner: Emigre

MyFonts debut: Nov 5, 2002

Mrs Eaves™ is a trademark of Emigre.

About Emigre

Emigre, Inc. is a digital type foundry based in Berkeley, California. Founded in 1984, coinciding with the birth of the Macintosh computer Emigre were among the early adaptors to the new digital technology. From 1984 until 2005 Emigre published the legendary Emigre magazine, a quarterly publication devoted to visual communication. Emigre created some of the very first digital layouts and typeface designs winning them both world-wide acclaim and much criticism. The exposure of these typefaces in Emigre magazine eventually lead to the creation of Emigre Fonts, one of the first independent type foundries utilizing personal computer technology for the design and distribution of fonts. They created the model for hundreds of small foundries who followed in their footsteps.

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