The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Stems Font is lighter, limited version of the classic original, containing most of the common letterforms (see below).
The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Scotland St. Font is an outline version of our classic original. Containing all of the original characters, this is ideal for designing posters and the like, when you would perhaps want to hand colour the letter shapes, or if you just want to make your CRM text look that wee bit different.
Now you can add a rustic look to the beautiful form of Mackintosh lettering. Based upon the general shaping and form of our CRM “Glasgow” font, this set allows you to add a distinct individuality to all kinds of text; poetry, historical quotes, Bible verses, invitations - it will also look great on your personal letters and emails! This beautiful typeface features the euro symbol (€) as part of its 240 character set, containing all the standard European accented characters.
The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Hillhouse Font is also an outline version of the classic original, containing all of the common letterforms. Similar to CRM “Moonlight”, this version instead has a 3-D block effect behind the main outlined letters and again is ideal for those who do not own the graphics software which is usually necessary to create such an effect.
The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Moonlight Font is also an outline version of the classic original, containing all of the common letterforms. Similar to CRM “Hillhouse”, this version instead has a drop shadow behind the main outlined letters and is ideal for those who do not own the graphics software which is usually necessary to create such an effect.
The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Glasgow Font was borne out of the passion that many CRM aficionados have for all things Mackintosh.
Since the launch of our classic Charles Rennie Mackintosh Font in 1993, many customers had expressed a desire for a Mackintosh-style font that they could use for things such as letter-writing and larger blocks of text, which perhaps do not read so well when capitalised.
This is the world’s first CRM font to feature a lowercase alphabet - a true letter-writers font, with not only 240-plus characters of regular weight, but bold, italic and bold-italic included in the package.
It contains the euro symbol (€) and all of the European accented characters. We have also included some new, unique Mackintosh graphics for you.
This is a typeface that we know you will love - one that will add a special art deco character to any text you create.
The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Library of Fonts is a terrific value-packed compendium of almost our entire range of CRM fonts, containing:-
The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Artlover Font will add exciting Mackintosh icons to any document – with just the touch of a key! You won’t require any graphics or photo software to embellish your text, simple hit the right keystroke and hey presto, there’s your Mackintosh artwork.
This typeface also contains the most common Mackintosh letterforms as a “tile”, either as a coloured letter on transparent background or vice-versa (you can make these – and any of the icons – any colour you like).
Charles Rennie Mackintosh had his technical drawing foundations laid at the Allan Glen’s Institution - later to become Allan Glen’s School - in Glasgow.
This beautiful, flowing font has been so named in honour of this wonderful, but now sadly defunct, seat of learning. Like Rennie Mackintosh Glasgow, the typeface is especially suitable for letter-writing, where larger blocks of narrative are required, or for embellishing technical and architectural drawings. The irregular “serifs” and the slightly warped strokes give a suggestion of being handwritten.
There are a few Mackintosh fonts on the market, but only here will you find the original “Charles Rennie Mackintosh Font”. In reality, there never was a Charles Rennie Mackintosh typeface as such. Close inspection of their work will show that Charles Rennie Mackintosh - and his wife, Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh - used various lettering styles to embellish designs and architectural drawings.
The font contains over 100 characters, including Mackintosh rose motifs, and simply oozes “Mackintosh”.
The classic Charles Rennie Mackintosh Font is the most widely used commercially, by stores, nameplate makers, architects, designers and arts and crafts manufacturers. Our font produced the signage for the welcome display in Glasgow International Airport and for many of the Charles Rennie Mackintosh heritage sites overseen by the National Trust for Scotland as well as being the font of choice for the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society. It was used by Hollywood director Sam Raimi in his ‘Spider Man 2’ movie and was used again in Tinseltown in the titling and publicity material for ‘An American Horror Story’.
Its synonymousness (yes, it is a real word) with the City of Glasgow is further cemented by its inclusion in the opening ceremony of the 2014 Commonwealth Games.