Featured Font

Miss Kitty Delux

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A little cartoony, a little retro, a little coquettish, Miss Kitty Delux is ready for fun. Used in a non-OpenType aware application, she’s a lively little typeface. Use her in an OpenType aware application and she really shines: Contextual Alternates automatically dress her up the way she was meant to be. Gussy her up even more with swashes, ornaments, and more ligatures than you can shake a stick at. Use Stylistic Sets to dress her down or dress her up even more. Take her out to play! Purchase Miss Kitty Delux at MyFonts.com

View or download Characters and Features sheet. (pdf)
View or download the poster. (pdf)

New Fonts from Designer Brian Willson

While I was sleeping—a.k.a. immersed in grad school—my friend Brian Willson (not a Beach boy) released three new typefaces based on historical scripts.

Abigail Adams was inspired by the handwriting of the second First Lady and first Second Lady of the United States. For Botanical Scribe, Brian turned to the script of Belgian artist and botanist Pierre-Joseph Redouté, who, despite being court artist to Queen Marie Antoinette, kept his head throughout the French Revolution. Nineteenth century statesman, orator, and social reformer Frederick Douglass’s writings on John Brown’s raid at Harpers Ferry provided the inspiration for Douglass Pen.

View the gallery above (click on any image) to read what Brian has to say about these fonts. Visit the 3IP Type Foundry to find more of Brian’s historical penmanship fonts, including Old Man Eloquent, drawn from the handwriting of Abigail’s son, John Quincy Adams.