How to use The Rorschach dingbat:
q,w,e,r,t,y,u,i,o,p create the start of an inkblot
a,s,d,f,g,h,j,k,l create a middle, you can use any number of middle-elements
z,x,c,v,b,n,m create the ending. More…
This elegant copperplate typeface is somewhat different from others in the script category due its slightly condensed lowercase letterforms. With its beautiful, free flowing initial capitals and stunning array of lowercase alternatives, Young Baroque looks magnificent in word settings and is ideally suited for diplomas and citations. Created by the well-known American west coast designer Doyald Young.
Letrinth is a bold, informal sans-serif face. Its lower case is unusual in design; some of the characters are scaled versions of the upper-case letters. It was developed from a special alphabet I used to construct a maze and its name (LETters for a labyRINTH) reflects that origin.
This was a favorite of the old time job printers; decorative but readable.
The MacKellar foundry was the largest and most creative of the old foundries, and decorative fonts like this one came out at the rate of several every year.