Type Gallery – Anasdair
Font Designer: Richard Yeend, 2002
Anasdair™ is a semi-serif text face that maintains its calligraphic origins. Its wide uppercase characters display an even, mono-spaced appearance. The design of the lowercase letters couples this rhythm with large apertures and tall x-heights. Anasdair’s sharp, pen-formed details are recognizable even in small point sizes, and they help lead the eye through the letters’ curves – bringing the of the reader’s eye across the line of the page. Coming from British designer Richard Yeend, Anasdair’s two weights, regular and bold, are a superlative addition to the TakeType Library.