New Font: Airship

In a slightly different reality where the Hindenberg never crashed, we were contacted by the TransAtlantic Zeppelin Company to develop a new logo font specifically for use on their new line of airships and the advertising campaign for their new schedule of overnight flights from America to Europe.

We met their request with the development of the new Airship font set, which combines a feeling of dynamic movement with the rounded and graceful curves of an elegant queen of the air.

Well, it might have happened that way, anyway…

Airship includes three different character sets. There’s the regular character set, a set with variants of many of the capital letters and an italic style, all included as part of the package.

You can download and try the demo version of Airship in TrueType format for Mac or PC. The full collection of all three Airship fonts is available if you want to BUY IT NOW.



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