wood type

dirtcastle's picture

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Atwe's picture

Paper&Print is Sovereign Display

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The smaller texts are Rosewood Fill.

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You'd think that a printer's fair at the International Printing Museum would utilize some metal or wood type from their archive rather than digital types. It's quite ironic really, still, I can't complain ;^)

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I thought that Rosewood fill looked familiar! Not sure if it really looks good on its own.

I agree on the digital irony. But I'm not complaining either: I can actually afford to buy this face :-]

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