Cheltenham

Wanting to challenge myself to create a design that tells the history of a typeface, I replicated a page of a newspaper to showcase the font Cheltenham. Inspired by the Arts and Crafts Movement, this typeface was originally created for The Cheltenham Press in 1896, and is now used for subheadings in the New York Times. Many family-oriented brands also use this font in their logos to seem more approachable and home-y. I hope this newspaper spread is not only informative, but also easy to read and welcoming, just like Cheltenham

Credits:

All designs created by Katie Owens

Brands Photographed Above: Florida's Natural, Pillsbury, New York Times

Cheltenham created by Bertram Goodhue and Ingalls Kimball

Mock-Up created with mockupworld.co