It looks just like his art.

Monotype, a company specializing in font development, has created a "bespoke handwriting typeface" inspired by the handwriting of Quentin Blake, best known for his iconic Roald Dahl illustrations. The font is spiky and idiosyncratic, yet remarkably easy to read. I expect we'll soon be seeing it as the preferred letter-writing font in a lot of upcoming children's books.
Posted by: Julianka


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