Modeling antique fonts after historical materials gives you intimate familiarity with those old letters and journals and maps. While studying a few 18th century British maps of Colonial America and Canada, I couldn’t help but admire their neatly hand-lettered legends and place names. A few months later, I finished up Geographica Hand, which mimics these fine hand-done serifs—so fine that they resemble moveable type of the period. The letterforms have long serifs, irregular lines, and an agreeably organic feel.
Geographica Hand has nearly 900 glyphs, including true small caps, contextual and discretionary ligatures, lining and old-style figures, and a series of unique cartographic ornaments—trees, churches, windmills, and such. Comes with full Latin support.
- Desktop font in OTF and TTF formats
- Webfont in EOT, WOFF, TTF, and SVG formats
- PDF guide to OpenType features
- PDF desktop and webfonts EULAs
- ReadMe text file
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