Ellington® font family


Designed by Michael Harvey in 1990

About Ellington® font family

Ellington was designed by jazz lover, Michael Harvey for Monotype in 1990, and named after the great band leader, Duke Ellington. From experience gained carving letters in stone and drawing them for book jacket designs, Michael Harvey has created a condensed typeface combining the clear-cut sparkle of a modern face with some of the lively features of the broad-edged pen. Ellington has a fresh elegance that is particularly effective in display, while its compressed forms will prove economical in text settings. The Ellington font family has narrow characters with strong vertical strokes and angular calligraphic traits. Ellington is a lively face and an appropriate font choice for advertising and book work.

Ellington has a sans serif companion family, Strayhorn.

Ellington

Desktop fonts

8 Typefaces

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STD supports at least 21 languages.

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Ellington® Light
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Ellington® Light Italic
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Ellington® Roman
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Ellington® Italic
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Ellington® Bold
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Ellington® Bold Italic
US$ 29
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Ellington® Extra Bold
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Ellington® Extra Bold Italic
US$ 29
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