Village font family

About Village font family

David Berlow undertook the revival of Frederic W. Goudy’s Village family in the early nineties as the first real step in the successful redesign of Esquire. Goudy originally cut Village No. 2 in 1932 to bring early ideas up to date, adding the italic a year or two later for his own satisfaction. Font Bureau expanded Village, the model for Goudy’s mature style, into a ten part series designed for Esquire’s use in text and display; FB 1994
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Font Designer: David Berlow

Village

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Village

10 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Village Roman -  3 variants
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Village Roman Smallcaps -  3 variants
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Village Roman Titling -  3 variants
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Village Roman Smallcaps Titling -  3 variants
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Village Italic -  3 variants
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Village Italic Smallcaps -  3 variants
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Village Italic Smallcaps Titling -  3 variants
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Village Italic Titling -  3 variants
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Village Bold -  3 variants
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Village Bold Titling -  3 variants
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