Magazine Fonts

Starling

12 Styles

In 1904 William Starling Burgess, Boston racing sailor, designed his second type. Six years later, now the Wright Brothers’ partner, Starling quit type, returning the drawings to Monotype. Frank Pierpont collected the nameless roman for British Monotype, passing it to Stanley Morison in 1932 for The London Times. Mike Parker found the original superior, and prepared this Starling series for Font Bureau, who found it to be “the right stuff”; FB 2009

OpenType

Starling is available as full-featured OpenType fonts with small caps and both oldstyle & lining figures.


Among other uses, Starling is recommended for Newspaper, Magazine, Book and Corporate use.



Change text:

 Starling - Book Italic and Book Italic SC

 Starling - Book and Book SC

 Starling - Roman and Roman SC

 Starling - Italic and Italic SC

 Starling - Bold and Bold SC

 Starling - Bold Italic and Bold Italic SC

 Starling - Heavy and Heavy SC

 Starling - Heavy Italic and Heavy Italic SC

 Starling - Black and Black SC

 Starling - Black Italic and Black Italic SC

 Starling - Ultra and Ultra SC

 Starling - Ultra Italic and Ultra Italic SC

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· Mike Parker