Friday, May 10, 2013

109 Celtic Commoncase

A few decades back, there was a phenomenon in the type world called "Commoncase," where large and small forms of a particular style were piled into a common font together.  

The Celts, however, got there long ago, in the 6th century, a millennium before the terms uppercase and lowercase even had been invented.  Today's alphabet lets you use any Celtic letter you like with any other, uniting them with common height, pen width, and serif style. 

Celtic alphabets from earlier posts include: 

  • March 11 Celtic Caps 
  • March 12 Celtic Lc 
  • March 16 Super Celtic 
  • April 22 Coiltic 

and there will be many more for you to choose your favorites from.  


  1. Is the image of the alphabet missing?

  2. Oops. This got posted without the alphabet for a few minutes. Thanks for reminding me.