This is about a journey, from humble EPS handset to magical OpenType glory that might even be a bit spooky if it wasn’t so darn majestic. This stately YWFT Attic is full of surprises, with gorgeous stylistic alternates and swash features that even Scooby Doo might leap into your arms over, if it wasn’t for you meddling kids. Make no mistake, though, there’s no Ruh Ro here—in fact there’s glyphs in that thar Attic—over 350 of them, each one hand-carved by YouWorkForThem and the artisan Brazilian type ninjas at PintassilgoPrints, known for their vigorous crafting of magical OpenType features.
Tough, demanding and theatrical, yet delicate enough for the most slender chanteuses to catch the Phantom’s eye, YWFT Attic packs all of the emotional power of OpenType, with strong, historical handset roots. Sing, my angels. Sing for the Attic.
YWFT Attic was previously known as the handset design, Bucky. The original eps handset Bucky also comes FREE with your purchase of YWFT Attic.