"The fact is that we are entering a phase in which the importance of communication is increasing as rapidly as the microchip technology which is opening up its frontiers. Electronic gridding now contrives the design of text typefaces as well as alphabets and numerals intended for electronic recognition such as the Epps-Evans face-produced by the Computer Science Division of the National Physical Laboratory-which has no diagonals or curves, echoing the dignity of square Kufic characters in Islamic calligraphy."

--From William Gardner's Alphabet at Work, page 98.

Epps Evans is freeware. Do whatever you want with it, as long as you don't sell it. That would be really bad.

Version 1.0 (Includes Regular, Black, Light, Narrow, Round and Text)
Macintosh: PostScript | TrueType
Windows: PostScript | TrueType

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