Font >> Serif - Lucas Brandis 42159 by Proportional Lime @ CreativeMarket
File Size: 1.02 MB; Vector: Yes.
In the early days of printing everything had to be worked out from scratch. This set of lettering is based on section headings used by the Printer Lucas Brandis (no known relation), the first printer to operate in the city of LĘ╣beck around 1473. They remind me of a medieval version of the spray paint graffiti so often seen on the sides of trains. A bit on the crude side, but also and importantly extremely noticeable. So whether you use it for creating old styled printing or some wild modern eye grabbing text item, its robust and sturdy shapes will be certain to grab the eye. Contains both regular and voided flavors in both TTF and OTF formats, with a complete character map.
Keywords: serif, titling, 15th century, incunabula.