A new typeface from the Lost Type Co-op, Mission Gothic is a sans serif font inspired by a trip to San Francisco’s Mission District. Designed by James T. Edmondson and Trevor Baum, the font includes five weights and two styles, making it one of the co-ops most extensive type families.
Mission Gothic is a relic; a ghost from an era where letters were hand-painted on wood and glass.
The best part? Like all Lost Type fonts, you can afford it. You have the option to name your own price and pay what you can. Find out more about the Lost Type Co-op’s designers, mission and the San Francisco trip in the July issue of HOW—available on newsstands June 18.