Creating new fonts is only half the work. The other part is sharing and showing them off. That is the function that the blog performs for us…as a playground and workshop to test and share things in progress. 

We have discovered a few code solutions that will allow us to emebed these samples on the site and we are sharing those samples below; as well as some more customized options seen on some of our more recent blog posts, like here.

Lydia title card
Lydia is a new sans serif that was originally used for display purposes.

Although it only included an upper case character set, we are working to provide a complete character set for all uses.

Ballpoint Sans title card, a new sans serif font
Ballpoint Sans is derived from our other font, Ballpoint Regular.

This is a utility sans serif that is suitable for all uses from typesetting to display.

Ballpoint Roman sample text
Ballpoint is a fun slab serif font that offers a bit of whimsy in its character set.

Ballpoint is a new slab serif derived from a sign painter's manual from the early 20th Century.

Matthewscript preview image, spelling Uncial.
Our Uncial derived from an old lettering manual.

Matthewscript, a working name, is an Uncial that includes a lower case character set to expand the functionality of the typeface.

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