What is the Rising Sun™ font?
This typeface was inspired by Gering and Remboldt’s work during the late 1490s.
Their printing concern, the Soleil d’or in Paris, was one of the printing business to engage in the use of blackletter printing, when the rest of the Parisian printers where using humanist influenced roman typefaces. This peculiar backwards trend was really one of the original examples of “retro”, taking advantage of the desires of the more conservative northern Europe that had not yet embraced the newer roman types.
Rising Sun™ Font families
The Rising Sun™ includes the following font families:
Rising Sun™ Preview
Here is a preview of how Rising Sun™ will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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