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Typographic Matchmaking

The poster was printed on a letterpress in Provo, Utah by Rowley Press. Here are the specs for the poster:

Size: 11 inches x 17 inches
Paper: Crane Lettra 110 lb. 100% Cotton Paper in Pearl White
Colors: Black + Pantone 234 (a red with a hint of purple)
Typefaces used: A lot. Consult this blog for more details.
Price: $65/each plus shipping (and tax for Utah residents)
Each poster is numbered and signed by Jim Godfrey. The total run of the first edition is 75 posters.

I accept the cards shown below. The cost of shipping is $10 for the U.S. and $30 for anywhere outside of the U.S. Once the posters have shipped please allow 4-10 days for your poster to arrive if you live in the U.S.; outside the U.S. takes 3 to 4 weeks. The posters are rolled and shipped in a heavy duty cardboard tube via U.S. Postal Service.

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10 Responses

  1. Alexis says:

    I love this poster!

    Can you please confirm that you are able to ship to the UK?

  2. Ann-Margarett says:

    Hello there :)
    I absolutely love this piece!! And would like to know
    If you ship to Australia?

    Cheers,
    Ann-Margarett.

  3. [...] Typographic Matchmaking Poster, $65 Matching typefaces is almost as difficult as finding that special someone. But when it works it feels effortless, like the two were meant for one another. This letterpress poster highlights famous couples from history, literature, and life, set in exquisitely complementary, contrasting typefaces. Perfect for the Typographer always on the hunt for inspiration. [...]

  4. Anya says:

    Love this poster! But I think there is a mistake in the descriptions of Elizabeth and Darcy, since she was the prejudiced one, and he was the prideful one, not the other way around :-)

    • Jim Godfrey says:

      @Anya: I think Jane Austen’s point was that pride leads to prejudice. Both characters in the book exhibit pride and prejudice. So really I could have listed these characteristics under both individuals. But since the book is “Pride and Prejudice” and we read left to right I chose to put “prideful” on the left and “prejudiced” on the right.

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  6. Erica says:

    Hi,

    This is beautifully done. Is this still available for purchase?

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