Font Designer – Christopher Wolff

ITC Mudville™ was Christopher Wolff’s entry in the 1998 U&lc Type Design Competition, for which he won an Honorable Mention (Display). Mudville evolved from variations on hand-lettering that Wolff had done on a variety of projects over the years. The underlying shapes of the letters are formal roman letterforms, but the actual strokes retain the look of letters sketched casually on a layout. Mudville straddles the line between inline and outline type designs. It recalls some of the styles of popular lettering used in display advertising in the ‘20s.

ITC Mudville Font Familiy is part of the ITC Library OpenType Edition.
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