Classification: French Clarendon

  1. Arbor Typeface

    Arbor was originally commissioned by the New York Times Magazine for use in their 2008 Hollywood issue. (Although upper- and…

  2. Manicotti Typeface

    Inspired by the boisterous wood types of the nineteenth century, Manicotti pushes the reversed-stress French Clarendon style to its decorative…

  3. Tightrope Typeface

    Featuring heavy serifs and subtle curves, it recalls old-fashioned print styles found on posters and broadsides promoting traveling circus troupes.…

  4. Trilby Typeface

    A wholly useful contemporary design with offbeat charm and subtle wit. The 19th-century French Clarendon, with its unorthodox reversed stress,…