What is the ITC New Rennie Mackintosh™ font?
Looking to add a little Arts & Crafts flavor to your next project? Perhaps you just need a distinctive, new sans serif design? And one with a large international character set. In either case, ITC New Rennie Mackintosh™ may be the typeface for you.
Its narrow proportions saves space, and the design shines at large sizes. While it can be an excellent typeface for Art Nouveau flavored labels, name tags and chapter call-outs, this is a suite of fonts that you can also turn to for a bevy of print and on screen uses. Games and apps, as well as print headlines and menus all benefit from ITC New Rennie Mackintosh’s vintage vibe. More…
Based on Phill Grimshaw’s original 1996 design, Monotype Studio designers reimagined the iconic family, added lowercase characters, a new weight structure of light, regular and a more robust bold design; each with an italic counterpart. In addition, a large international character set that include support for many Western and Eastern European languages – including Cyrillic and Greek – give the family a deep typographic bench. An added benefit: the new designs can also be combined with Grimshaw’s original ornament and initial character fonts.
ITC New Rennie Mackintosh™ Font families
The ITC New Rennie Mackintosh™ includes the following font families:
- ITC New Rennie Mackintosh Light
- ITC New Rennie Mackintosh Light Italic
- ITC New Rennie Mackintosh Regular
- ITC New Rennie Mackintosh Italic
- ITC New Rennie Mackintosh SemiBold
- ITC New Rennie Mackintosh SemiBold Italic
- ITC New Rennie Mackintosh Bold
- ITC New Rennie Mackintosh Bold Italic
ITC New Rennie Mackintosh™ Preview
Here is a preview of how ITC New Rennie Mackintosh™ will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.