Mr. Darcy is elegantly looking font family that has its roots deeply in the Victorian age. It bears all of the characteristics of the Victorian typefaces – elegance, grace and immaculate and monumental look. Like its predecessors it immediately catches attention with its sophisticated classical appearance that makes it perfect for titles and display. Of course, a masterpiece like that needed a proper name that would reflect its essence. And a proper name was found! It was taken from another masterpiece – Jane Austin’s Pride and Prejudice. One of the main characters – Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy is an archetype of a romantic hero and a typical refined English gentleman of his age. However, we do find a significant difference – while in the actual novel Mr. Darcy will hardly be liked by the readers till the later chapters of the book, the things are not this way with the typeface family as it becomes amiable from the first glance.
Although vintage in appearance, Mr. Darcy font family is quite modern when it comes to the features it provides. It comes in five different weights – from Light to Bold and is packed with OpenType features that are displayed in a separate brochure. Also, to take advantage of them OpenType compatible software is required. Overall, the extras supplied will enormous number of design opportunities to the users.
Mr. Darcy is designed and released by Jeremy Dooley and his one-man foundry insigne. Actually, you may have stumbled upon some fonts of this prolific and highly successful designer as they can be seen anywhere from Wall Street to Hollywood blockbusters. Here are some examples: Ainslie Slab, Le Havre Rough, Plathorn, Ainslie Sans, Cabrito Sans, Aviano Gothic.
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