(Translated by Google, human translation coming soon) This unusual typeface is drawn from manuscripts holders in books collection “Le livre de demain” of the Parisian publishing house Fayard Artheme, published in the decades 1920-30. ¶ These novels popular audience, noted for the originality of the illustrations contained, made by etching technique to Boxwood by various artists of the time. ¶ This is a typeface with upper case characters only, has a high degree of expressiveness and design would be related to lapidary cutting fonts. ¶ Many of the characters were drawn from scratch, trying to adapt their ways to the aesthetics of the original samples. ¶ We recommend judicious use of the source and restrict its application to single words or short phrases that you wish to emphasize.