Todd Hallock, 2002
The JY Arts & Crafts font, by Todd Hallock, is loosely inspired by the medieval, fairy style illustrations and decorative lettering of Jessie Marion King (1876â€“1949), and the Scottish style of Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868â€“1928) of the Glasgow School, from which Jessie received her training. The Scottish or Glasgow school style was a countermovement to mainstream art nouveau.
This version of Arts & Crafts has 3,200 kerning pairs, making the typeface particularly well suited to headline typesetting.
141 JY Arts & Crafts OpenType-Version.