Perpetua

(from the article `Gill, (Arthur) Eric (Rowton)`) Typefaces he designed included Perpetua (1925), Gill Sans Serif (1927), Joanna (1930), and Bunyan, designed in 1934 but recut for machine use and ... ...master and printer (see above). Among the modern faces whose design Morison supervised were Eric Gill`s Sans Serif, which enjoyed a wid...
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Perpetua

Christian martyr who wrote The Passion of Saints Perpetua and Felicity, a journal recounting her trial and imprisonment that was continued by a ...
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Perpetua

[typeface] Perpetua is a typeface that was designed by English sculptor and typeface designer Eric Gill (1882–1940) for Monotype. It is classified as a transitional serif font, designed in the style of fonts such as Baskerville from the late 18th and early 19th century with high stroke contrast and bracketed serifs. Along with these chara...
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