The inspiration behind Terra Ignota was a reproduction of Amérique Septentrionale, a 1650 map by French cartographer Nicolas Sanson. “The lettering has a sort of rakish character, evocative of pirates or adventurers.” The project was set aside, but not forgotten and Brian returned to it years later. The resulting typeface has an italic slant and a deliberate feel, in keeping with its historical roots. Useful for simulating old hand-lettered documents.
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|Available formats||Open Type|
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