A modern rendering of one of the most famous, and yet mysterious, titling types of all times. It dates back to the sixteenth century and was possibly cut by Peter Schoeffer, Gutenberg’s foreman and a partner at Fust & Schoeffer, the second press in the West. This striking and unusual design soon captivated printers all over Europe, who used it almost continuously for the next century. Amazingly, no revival has been made before now.
Nonpareil’s Epigrammata consists of large and small capitals.
Timeless, elegant and full of a unique graphic character, Epigrammata caps with small caps. Epigrammata is an OpenType font.