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

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