Captain Edward font | Simple Bits

Captain Edward font example with subtitle: a display serif inspired by the pirates of the Atlantic. Shows stylised glyphs for an anchor, skull and cross bones, and ampersand.
I have fallen hard for that ampersand 🥺

A beautiful new serif font from Simple Bits based on old nautical typography. There's something about the alternate ligatures and subtle roundness to the serifs that I utterly adore. Plus, the pricing scheme is both clear and very fair, and they give 1% of sales to environmental causes, so triple win 👏👏👏

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