Every it great to be able to get free stuff and this is our offer for you—Simpleton is a display typeface that is a light-hearted response to the concept of simplicity in design.
As Simpleton was only intended as display face we freely admit it does not work for long texts. To be quite frank anything over about 15-20 words is a challenge. But that’s not the point of Simpleton. Simpleton is a piece of fun, so enjoy it for what it is.
The letterforms were first used for Ligature Journal issue five, our issue on the theme of, you guessed it, simplicity. Emily Ouch, one of the designers of issue five, created the basic forms. We liked what she had done so much that Tiliqua Press co-owner, Felix Oppen, expanded the character/glyph set into a fully workable typeface. There is only one weight, Simpleton Regular and it is only available in .OTF file format.
The Simpleton typeface is free to use for personal and/or commercial purposes. So hop over to our shop and download it now!
While Simpleton is free for you to use for anything you want a sample of your what you use it for would be gratefully appreciated. If it is a physical object you have made we would love to have one otherwise digital examples will suffice. Please come back to tiliquapress.com for contact details. If you post it online we would appreciate it if you could tag the example as #simpletontypeface. We would just love to see our typeface in use.