capitals


Capital letters (also called majuscules or uppercase) are the larger of two sets of letters in a Roman, Greek, Cyrillic, or Armenian script.

Articles 1

Two years after releasing History, Peter Bilak reflects on the process of creating this skeletal system in which different styles are imposed on a Roman capital base. Previous experiments are mentioned, as well as inspiration sources for the typeface.
Typeface stories · 9 March 2010 · English · 1792 words

Blogs 4

Nikola Djurek returns to his exploration of text patterns and gradients, this time by dynamically increasing or decreasing letter heights to control the rhythm of words and short texts.
20 May 2019
Introducing Gordian, a chiselled sans-serif typeface inspired by Roman inscriptional lettering
19 February 2018
A capital-only display typeface by Hansje van Halem for intricate headlines, and optical effects.
23 November 2017
History was designed around a base of Roman inscriptional capitals, and includes 21 independent typefaces which can be selectively combined in layers. Now available for Cyrillic and Greek.
7 November 2013