NATURE lettering

M Dash's picture

Does anybody know where I can find these kind of initials or anything similar? I saw them on a Penguin book cover designed by David Pearson.

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sevag's picture

Hi Jane. Not exactly what you might be looking for but, have a look at Viktor Koens works. He does pretty bizarre but interesting things. You can view his Toyphabet at here.

Atwe's picture

You might also like Exotica.

riccard0's picture

Not luscious as the sample, but in the same vein:
http://www.dafont.com/treelike.font
Even less luscious:
https://www.youworkforthem.com/product.php?sku=T0622 (font two)

Atwe's picture

Scriptorium also has some decorative initials.

riccard0's picture

And this:
http://exclamachine.com/Typefaces/!Limberjack.html

M Dash's picture

Thanks guys, I'll check the links out!

sevag's picture

Also, have a look at this high resolution letters by Novo Typo

Novotypo's picture

Our work is shown above (Pure typeface). We are available for customized typedesign (photographic or vectorized type-illustration) - a complete typeface or just a few characters.
Please check the website:
www.novotypo.nl
or mail us for more info:
info@novotypo.nl
Mark

hrant's picture

Beautiful.

hhp

M Dash's picture

To answer my own question: the initials are Italian ornamental letters dating from 1839. They can be found in a book by Laurence Scarfe called "Alphabets: An introductory treatise on written and printed letter forms for the use of students".

http://justsomethingimade.com/2010/11/vintage-alphabet-christmas-books/

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