Orwellian - Lost Type Typeface
Orwellian was an experiment in finding a middle ground between the concepts explored in George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty Four and Henry Caslon's Italian. It was published by Lost Type Co-Op in December 2014.
Read about the development of the typeface here.
The Big Brother O is available as a stylistic alternate enabled through Open Type.
I gave the typeface to some of my friends and designers whose works I admire to interpret it in their own way:
Designed by Abhijith KR
Designed by Juhi Vishnani
Designed by Mahesh Haridevan
Designed by Alex Jacque
Designed by Daniel Khang
Orwellian dons the new nameplate of Typographica
Orwellian was hand hinted by Tom Grace of Virgo Type and mastered by Psy Ops in San Fransisco.
Buy Orwellian here and read about its making here.
Orwellian - Lost Type Typeface
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Orwellian - Lost Type Typeface

Orwellian is a reversed-stress typeface designed for display use. It was inspired by the concepts explored by George Orwell in his monumental wor Read More
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