A typeface made in March 2021 with the help of textworker, Timothy Donaldson, who gave it the name ‘Blowing House Regular’ due to the resemblance between the letter ‘a’ and the architecture of an old blowing mill (used for smelting tin in Cornwall).

This was part of a challenge to turn the single stroke of a chizzled ink pen into a complete alphabet. The stroke shape I recieved became the ‘A’ of Blowing House Regular.