Fall Single Font Sale

Fall Single Font Sale

As the cool breezes of Fall begin to waft through the trees and even here in Texas we can smell a change in the air with the sudden deluge of elm leaves – prices fall with the leaves – what could be a better deal than a sale on single fonts to start the new season? For three weeks, through …


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New Celtic Legacy Package

New Celtic Legacy Package

Our first two Celtic themed packages were so popular that we kept producing new Celtic themed fonts and inevitably they eventually became the nucleus of a new collection, the Celtic Legacy Collection. Like our other packages (Celtic Vision & Celtic Fantasy) it contains 8 original fonts and collected art from various sources, focusing on Celtic initials and decoration. The Celts …


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Irish Excursion Special: Big Celtic Fonts Discount

Irish Excursion Special: Big Celtic Fonts Discount

Dave Nalle, our noble founder, is in Ireland this week, traveling around, seeing the sights and even doing a little calligraphy research so he can write off the trip on his taxes.


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Barataria and Mannerheim Fonts at Quillinan’s Estate Jewelry

Barataria and Mannerheim Fonts at Quillinan’s Estate Jewelry

A new local company is using our fonts in their advertising designs. Quillinan’s Estate Jewelry is having their grand opening in a couple of weeks and they are advertising it using our Mannerheim and Barataria fonts in their announcement. The official Grand Opening is July 21st from 6 to 9, though the store is open from 9 to 5 before …


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Eric Sloane on Weather

Eric Sloane on Weather

The magnificent skies we’ve had here in Austin for the last week remind me of the works of Eric Sloane, the legendary mid-century artist, author and calligrapher. One of the things he was most known for was his huge paintings of weather and skies, the most famous of which is “Earth Flight Environment” a huge mural in the Smithsonian’s Air …


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McMurtrie Historic Borders

McMurtrie Historic Borders

If you liked our Elizabethan Fonts you need some historic borders to go with them and we have just the thing. In the 1920s Douglas C. McMurtrie published a great collection of historic woodcut borders dating from the 15th century to the 19th century. It includes elaborate decorative pieces in a number of styles and includes great examples by William …


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Elizabethan Script Font Set

Elizabethan Script Font Set

BUY NOW TRY DEMO A major design project has finally come to fruition, a special collection of compatible fonts which form a comprehensive survey of variants of Elizabethan era cursive script lettering. This set consists of four fonts which include at least four variant forms of every upper and lower case character, all stylistically compatible so you can mix and …


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The Grammar of Ornament

The Grammar of Ornament

The Grammar of Ornament is an extraordinary compendium of design resources created by Victorian designer and illustrator Owen Jones as a visual history of art and design from various cultures from ancient times to the early modern era. With over 100 pages and thousands of images it is an unequaled resource for any graphic designer. It’s also a great introduction …


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Walter Crane’s “The Three Sirens”

Walter Crane’s “The Three Sirens”

We’ve been working for a while on putting together a package based on The Three Sirens a classic illustrated poem written, lettered and illuminated by legendary arts and crafts master Walter Crane. Not only did Crane hand letter and illustrate every page of his poem but he also printed and bound it in a very limited edition himself. This is …


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MapMaker Collection

MapMaker Collection

Making functional and attractive maps is a very specialized skill, prized by game designers, roleplayers and artists. To make exceptional maps, you need to have the right tools. Our MapMaker font and art package provide the fonts, textures and emblems which make drawing floorplans and developing stylish world and regional maps a breeze. Our map resources are based on the …


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Textures and Patterns

One of the first areas we branched out into after starting out exclusively with fonts, was an early package of interesting textures and background patterns. These were graphic resources we originally designed for use in various print projects – some of them pretty peculiar – which we thought were potentially useful to other designers for their projects. The problem we …


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Aesop’s Fables by Charles Folkard

Aesop’s Fables by Charles Folkard

Our latest mini-package is a collection of beautiful art by Charles Folkard from his illustrated edition of Aesop’s Fables.  Folkard was an English illustrator who many see as the successor to Arthur Rackham, though he has not become as famous.  His Aesop’s Fables was published in 1912 and is one of his outstanding pre-war works.  He was known for his …


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