Well, partner, gather 'round 'cause I'm about to tell you a tale of typography, the likes of which you've never seen before. Now, reckon you ever heard of a typeface called Skeleton? It's a reimagining of two classics, Great Primer Ornamented, No. 35 from Boston back in 1860 and Great Primer Ornamented No. 6 by them MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan fellas in 1885.
Picture this: a Tuscan hairline with mid-height spurs, sharp as a cactus spine. But hold on to your saddle, 'cause that ain't all. Our version, well, it's somethin' special. We took those rough and tumble letterforms and smoothed 'em out, gave 'em a little polish, like a gunslinger gettin' ready for a showdown.
But it ain't just about looks, partner. We've beefed up the character set, added more firepower to the arsenal. And we didn't stop there. We've expanded the weights, so now you've got a whole range of options, like a bag full of bullets for your trusty six-shooter.
So, when you lay eyes on Skeleton, you'll feel like you've been transported to the wild, wild west of typography. It's a font that'll make you wanna slap on your spurs, tip your hat, and let out a rebel yell as you ride off into the sunset. Yeehaw!
Available in 5 weights.