The Shire Types are a collection of six typefaces inspired by a time when England’s midland counties were changing. A time when parts of rural England changed the plough for the steam hammer and the shire horse for the steam engine. The resulting Shire Types bring together a heavy, solid notion of the Industrial Revolution mixed with ideas about specific localities. The individual typefaces take their names from six of the Shires that are grouped together around the Black Country and neighbouring rural areas.
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