Help re H&FJ's Archer

domdib's picture

Hello everyone. I am currently looking into the possibility of supplying a client with H&FJ's lovely new Archer. However, before committing her cash, she (and I for that matter) would like to see a printed sample. Do any of you know where in London I might be able to pick up a copy of "Martha Stewart Living", which uses Archer extensively? I will also see if H&FJ can do a brief mock-up PDF.

Thanks for any help,

Dominic

Miss Tiffany's picture

Don't the larger book shops have Martha on their racks? I thought they did. I'd say the best thing to do is contact H&FJ directly about this. Note that their fonts are non-transferrable so you'll need to license the fonts with your clients' name and address.

domdib's picture

Thank you Miss Tiffany. In fact, I tracked down a copy in Waterstone's Piccadilly, the largest book shop (so they claim) in Europe. I've sent a short file to H&FJ to ask if they'd PDF it but so far no response. Perhaps this is an atypical request?

Miss Tiffany's picture

Yes. This seems atypical.

pattyfab's picture

Is it atypical? Seems to me a lot of foundries do have downloadable pdf samples. Not H&FJ I guess.

crossgrove's picture

H&FJ advertise in many major design magazines, including ID, Print, STEP, etc. Not sure what UK mags they would advertise in. Their advertisements tend to show the featured design in a lot of different settings (mostly low-contrast, soft colors), and fill a whole magazine page. Recently ads have appeared featuring Archer exclusively. This might be enough information for your client.

k.l.'s picture

Try Grafik and Eye.

domdib's picture

Thanks everyone for your suggestions. In the event, a look at "Martha Stewart Living" has given me and the client enough to go on, and I will be purchasing the basic package, which, at current rates of exchange, seems a very good buy.

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