New Font: Peacock Pie based on lettering by W. H. Robinson


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Peacock Pie is a new font based on the original lettering of legendary illustrator W. Heath Robinson from the 1923 edition of Peacock Pie, a collection of poems for children by Walter de la Mare. For this book Robinson did extensive illustrations and designed custom chapter headings and a custom frontispiece using this unique calligraphic style.

We have now adapted Robinson’s unusual lettering for use as a font which really doesn’t look like anything else you’ll find out there. The font includes a variety of special and alternate character forms which contribute variety to this special style, plus it has custom bold and italic versions for more variations.

You can try the limited character set DEMO version of Peacock Pie for free to try out. You can ORDER the full version for only $29.

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