Trafalgar

Trafalgar was inspired by a style of lettering indigenous to the City of London. At the close of the nineteenth century, a generation of British artisans began to investigate historical styles for typography — John Ruskin and William Morris became strong proponents of Gothicism, and the influential calligrapher Edward Johnston explored the inscriptional lettering of imperial Rome. British lettering of the period reflects this renewed interest in Classicism, seen nowhere more explicitly than in the lettering of London's monuments, on which the Trafalgar font is based.

Suggested Pairings:
Trafalgar with Requiem Trafalgar with Requiem Trafalgar with Requiem
Trafalgar with Hoefler Text Trafalgar with Hoefler Text Trafalgar with Hoefler Text

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