Brian Willson was looking through a collection of nature essays by John Burroughs, and thought it would be fun to “develop a typeface with same uneven, imperfect look.”
He selected printed characters, enlarged them, hand-rendered each one and created some additional accents, symbols, and dingbats. “The result was an amazingly legible serif family akin to the Century faces.” Two weights, with all of the usual OpenType features.
|Number of faces||2|
|Available formats||Open Type|
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|Number of Users||5|
|Additional details||End user license agreement|
|Return policy||We hope you're not afraid of commitment because this is a final sale.|