Tag: fin-de-siècle

Affiche Font

Based on the fin-de-siècle Helios Reklameschrift of the Klinkhardt foundry, Leipzig, Affiche preserves the beautiful art nouveau character of its hot-metal forerunner and was carefully extended to make it multilingual. For more historical authenticity, you can use the long s

Borghese Font

Borghese – a 1904 Schelter & Giesecke font in Art Nouveau style was completely redesigned and is an ideal body text companion of display fonts from the same era. Published by RMU TypedesignDownload Borghese

Lyrica Font

The 1910 Ludwig & Mayer font Lyrisch was redrawn and redesigned and given the name Lyrica. This cozy and familiar blackletter font is ideal for all informal purposes, giving your jobs a special kick and touch of romance. Published by

Darjeeling Font

Darjeeling combines British Elegance and Indian Flavor. It is flared like Optima, with a scent of Bodoni. By layering Regular and Ornaments over each other You will create astounding pieces of colorful typography. Additionally there is a Regnaments style which

RMU Initials Font

Three fonts entirely of decorative initials of which the uppercase basic letters of RMU Initials One are occupied by Walthari Initials, the lowercase ones by Eckmann Initials, both released first by Rudhardsche Giesserei, Germany, about 1900. RMU Initials Two consists