ITC Eastwood™ font family


Designed by Martin Archer in 1997

About ITC Eastwood™ font family

ITC Eastwood is the work of British designer Martin Archer and is named for Clint Eastwood. Archer was looking for a plain oldstyle typeface with open lower case forms and used Stempel Garamond as his starting point, although the result ended up well beyond its origins. In small point sizes the typeface looks interestingly rough while at display sizes it looks like a 16th century French typeface and its unique details come forward.
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Font Designer: Martin Archer

ITC Eastwood

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