Ohhh, cluckens. Guess what got into my inbox and put a HUGE smile on my face after a stressful evening?
5 weights. 2 styles
“Mission Gothic is a relic; a ghost from an era where letters were hand-painted on wood and glass.”
How can I not love that when I spent most of my time in the UK forlornly waving at hand-painted signage?
It’s “a Gothic Sans inspired by San Franciso’s Mission District”.
I really needed this. It’s lovely. It’s compact, well-spaced, modern (but retains class). It manages, somehow, to be a little cheeky.
My favourite thing about it? The embellished (cursive) ‘k’ in italic mode.
And look what I found while trying to find you a Jewish Delicatessen?
I spot Copperplate Gothic Bold! *jumps*
Oh, how I love letters. Words and letters. Letters and words.
Disclaimer : Everything before I started babbling about Jewish Delis was shared from Lost Type Co-op’s website, run by the brilliant Riley Cran and Tyler Galpin.