Soft grey butterflies printed on to white textured 300gsm card stock for Lucy and Danny's summer wedding in August.
Friday, 27 April 2012
Friday, 20 April 2012
Baskerville is such a beautiful serif font, and the more I look at it the more I like it. It's one of those fonts that's used all around without us really noticing it. With its sharp and tapered serifs, and curved strokes in contrasting thick and thin lines, what's not to love about it!
Designed by John Baskerville in 1757 this font is classified as a transitional font, placed between old style and modern. It's a classic font and is often used in books and papers with lots of text but I much prefer it when it is used sparingly and large showing off its curves and strokes to their full loveliness.
Image credits - Habitat | Waterstones | Dragonfly
Waterstones and Habitat have both used it for their logos and I'm loving it used on the bottles of Dragonfly Winery.