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Poole Font Family was designed by Wesley Poole, Samuel Poole and published by Poole. Poole contains 3 styles and family package options.

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About Poole Font Family

Poole Standard is the "flagship" typeface from former wine label designer, Wesley Poole. It's a versatile friendly face, antique but not antiquated, elegant yet inviting. "I first used a hand lettered version of this look on the Carmenet label. I've had this alphabet designed in my head for some time. It's perfect for upscale work. Like wine, this font is well rooted in the past, but meant to be appreciated and used in the here and now. Poole Standard is a stylish headline face, yet works well as a text face because of its readability at smaller point sizes. (Other styles and weights are coming soon!) If you're looking for understated elegance, Poole Standard does the job.

Designers: Wesley Poole, Samuel Poole

Publisher: Poole

Foundry: Poole

Design Owner: Poole

MyFonts debut: Sep 25, 2006


About Poole

Wesley sent us these thoughts when we asked him to submit a description of Wesley Poole, the foundry: “Even though I've been using type for decades, this is my first foray into the other side of the equation. “I remember watching our town printer in his bib overalls, his pica pole visible in his left breast pocket, sitting at his prized linotype machine while it spit out hot lead! I started in the design business when we ordered ‘cold type’. We had to spec it out then paste it up. This sounds positively Medieval doesn’t it? My son and I haven’t given any thought to creating a ‘foundry’, per se. We don’t have ambitions beyond just working together. No employees. No shingle-out-front facility. So there isn’t a foundry beyond two artisans creating artwork. This could change. We’ll see. For now, that’s the situation. By the way, we will never use any portion of any existing typefaces. Any work that comes from here will always be original.”

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