Caslon Antique was created by Berne Nadal in 1894 to pay homage to the metal type printers that were used over and over again, causing the elements to become damaged and chipped. Caslon Antique bares no relation to the popular Caslon font family and was only named such in an attempt to boost it’s popularity. Where have you seen this spooky font? Between plays, musicals, and video games, you’re sure to have seen Caslon Antique a time or two.
Our Font of the Week images are created by Emily Clark, an Expert Production Artist at CustomInk and a self-declared font addict. Font of the Week fuels Emily’s passion to research and learn more about beloved typefaces like Caslon Antique. What font should Emily feature next? Sound off in the comments below!
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“New Susquehanna Youth Ballet Uniforms” and “We Flip For Pink” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!
Some of the Susquehanna Youth Ballet’s oldest dancers took a break from class to model their new company quarter zips that they received from their artistic director. The dancers love to wear their cozy sweatshirts to rehearsals and will be wearing them when they compete at The Youth American Grand Prix Philadelphia Semifinals in March.
Three Central Virginia high school gymnastics teams recently came together to raise awareness for breast cancer during their Play for the Cure competition. All money raised from the bake sale, as well as a portion of funds from their t-shirt sales, is being donated to the Susan Komen Central Virginia Organization.
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