Attic Antique

Flipping through a friend���s old book of John Burroughs nature essays many years ago, I thought it���d be fun to see if I could create a typeface with the same uneven, imperfect look to it. I picked and chose among various printed characters, enlarged them somewhat with an old photocopier, then hand-rendered each digitized glyph into roman and italic styles. The result: a surprisingly legible ���grunge��� serif that���s become one of our most-used fonts. Attic Antique shares the wide spacing and ample serifs of the Century faces, but with the worn, decayed look of the text in an-old library book. Use it to represent age, to suggest photocopied archives, or to convey a general feeling of old-bookishness.

Attic Antique has true small capitals, old-style and lining figures, numerous ligatures, and full Latin language support���nearly 900 glyphs in all.

Package includes:

Roman and italic desktop fonts in OTF and TTF formats
Roman and italic webfonts in EOT, WOFF, TTF, and Ssktop and webfonts EULAs
ReadMe text file

Many thanks for your interest in type from 3IP.

Fonts Serif
vintage grunge old victorian book antique aged italic 1800s historical legible history weathered roman decayed
  • Additions: Web Font,Documentation Included
  • Classification: Serif
  • Optimum size: Any Size
  • Spacing: Normal