Thursday, April 26, 2012
Font Feature: Egyptian Slate by Rod McDonald
The Egyptian Slate™ typeface family was designed by Rod McDonald and first introduced in 2009. This versatile slab serif family has 12 fonts in total: six weights ranging from light to black with corresponding italics (created by Carl Crossgove).
Egyptian Slate is a robust, open design that works well in print and on screen. It is available in OpenType with a wide variety of typographic features: oldstyle figures, fractions, ligatures and case sensitive forms.