A collection of somewhat western looking type, lettering, letterpress and so on.
Between Writing & Type: the Stencil Letter is an exhibition of stencil letters from the 18th century to the present day. Assembled by Eric Kindel and Fred Smeijers, the exhibition will feature a rich selection of stencil letters in the context of artefacts, documents and ephemera, including stencil plates and stencilling devices, specimens and catalogues, patent inventions and much more. [...]
stencil lettering, part 1
Caslon Italian The Italian marks one of the stranger episodes in the typefounders experimentation in the early 19th century. Reversing the fatface’s stress, so thins become thicks, and thicks become thins, creates a unusual effect. Caslon introduced them in 1821 and the punches remain in St Bride library. Unlike the other styles, Italian, did not attain widescale success, and most foundries did not copy Caslon’s lead. Classics
reverse stress typeface