With the dawn of the digital era, all of 25 years ago now, we seemed to turn our back on many traditional crafts, seduced by the shiny new pixels.
In recent years, having got over our initial excitement, we’ve been finding time again for some of these more traditional crafts and reviving them to bring some sort of counter balance to proceedings.
The six different styles of Keith, based on the robust geometric sans Talbot Type Korto, can be combined in numerous ways, by layering the same message, to create a variety of different styles. I liked the idea of adding a textured layer in the form of the dot shadows, these offer a different kind of light and shade and can bring a pop art flavour to designs.
Traditionally, this style would have been applied to capitals only but with its clean geometric lines, Keith works well in lower case too — well I think it does.
There are several different End User License Agreements available, for specifically different uses. All Talbot Type fonts are priced similarly but license prices vary according to use.
Each of the licenses available are listed below. If you’re not sure which license you require click here or on the button to the left, for more information about the different licenses and what they cover.
The prices for Desktop fonts and Webfonts below are quoted for 1 – 5 users and 10,000 pageviews per month respectively.
If you need more users or pageviews you can adjust the order before checkout. Note the special discounted Desktop and Webfont Combined license, if you require both.
Click on a button below to add the item to the basket. If you need more than one license, you can return here by clicking ‘Continue shopping’.
If your requirements are not covered by any of the standard use licenses below, please contact Talbot Type to discuss your needs.
Design by Talbot Type. Build by Traffic