Piccadilly™ font family

Designed by Christopher Mathews in 1973

About Piccadilly™ font family

Christopher Matthews originally drew Piccadilly for Letraset in 1973. Piccadilly is a decorative, all caps display typeface with a high degree of stroke contrast. All of Piccadilly's letterforms are made up of a single, curvy line. The thick" elements of each letter are five lives, while thin elements are made from one or two. In order for all of this detail to be clear, Piccadilly should be used in large point sizes, i.e., from 36-point on upward. Piccadilly's style is reminiscent of both the Art Deco and Disco eras."
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Font Designer: Christopher Mathews


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1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Piccadilly™ Regular

-  3 variants
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