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Trinculo Font in Birthmarked Book Series

I know very little about the Birthmarked series of books by Caragh M. O’Brien, except that the trilogy of young adult fantasy novels has lovely covers featuring our Trinculo font integrated rather cleverly into cover designs where it fits very nicely with original artwork. The books featuring Trinculo are Birthmarked, Tortured and Prized. A quick perusal suggests that they might …


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Captain Kidd Font Featured in NBC’s Grimm

Tonight, while I was watching NBC’s new show Grimm with the kids, I was pleasantly surprised by the appearance of our Captain Kidd font at the opening of the first commercial break, spelling out the word “Grimm” in the middle of the screen. It’s the first time the name of the show appears on screen during the broadcast, but it’s …


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An Excellent Source for Vintage Poster Art

In my periodic random wanderings of the internet I stumbled on a rather excellent source for examples of vintage poster and book cover art and lettering at MovePosterShop.com. While their business seems to focus primarily on selling posters from contemporary movies, they have all sorts of interesting material in their catalog, from posters of pulp novel covers to vintage movie …


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New Font: Bosphoros

We don’t normally like to follow the same theme too much with our new font releases, but because we wanted to put together a special package of fonts by J. M. Bergling we’re following the release of Beaumains with Bosphoros, another font based on Bergling’s series of art nouveau themed lettering styles. Bosphoros fits the same general style but has …


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Protected: Bonus Font for Facebook Followers

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New Font: Vyones

On a recent journey to an obscure and near-forgotten French province, I found myself wandering in the storied Forest of Averoigne, just a few miles outside of walled and towered Vyones, near the banks of the sleepy River Isoile. In the dappled late-afternoon light lancing through the branches of ancient trees I spied a mouldering and mossy tomb of mortised …


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Scriptorium’s Dave Nalle in NYT Style Section

Scriptorium lead designer Dave Nalle was quoted in an article about political fonts in the Style section of the New York Times today. The article isn’t as in-depth as his own recent article on the subject here on our site, but it has some interesting observations from other designers as well. Sadly they didn’t include a link to our site, …


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Most Popular Fonts for August

In an effort to determine our most popular fonts, we’ve compiled the sales for all of our fonts here on our site and through our distributors and have the results for which fonts were the most popular for August.  It includes a lot of the fonts you would expect like Scurlock, Albemarle and Windlass, but the real surprise is in …


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Monospaced Font Collection

We’ve spent a lot of time designing elegant and decorative fonts, but along the way we’ve also paid some attention to the less than fancy, specialized needs of computer users. One of the results of this is our selection of monospaced fonts, which includes something for just about every need. Monospaced fonts are different from most fonts used in day …


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Accessing a Complete Product List

A customer contacted us recently and wanted to know if it was possible to access a complete list of products without having to go through all the information and topical pages which we normally use to present products. While more informational pages are obviously useful to first time visitors, it does make sense that those who already know what they …


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