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Kinsey is inspired by traditional typewriter font styles, such as the one on the left. Although now largely consigned to history, the bulbous slab serifs and soft curves of typewriter fonts have left a lasting legacy.
They’re paradoxically easy on the eye, yet utilitarian and business-like. Business-like because anyone of my age (50) or older might just remember the pre-digital era, when typewriters were the height of sophistication and business communications were conducted via typewritten letters.
Kinsey offers a modern take on this classic style. There are many distressed typewriter fonts available and Kinsey’s not another one of these — it was conceived as an elegant text and display font and not a grunge pastiche.
It’s available in a full family of five weights and includes a ‘proper’ italic, largely redrawn with modified characters for an easy, flowing style.
All Talbot Type fonts are packaged with their equivalent italic, so £16 gets you the Roman and Italic pair.
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 standard 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.
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If your requirements are not covered by any of the standard use licenses below, please contact Talbot Type to discuss your needs.
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