After hammering out a long paragraph on a clumsy antique typewriter for use on a music festival postcard, designer Steve Mehallo ran into the inevitable - major text changes. After typing and retyping the paragraph a few times, Steve realized that he needed to create a computer font with the exact same typographic eccentricities of that very same 1940s manual typewriter. The result is pulp mystery-inspired Chandler 42, a multiple weight font collection containing old style Deco numerals, uneven baselines and a few broken letters. The Chandler 42 font family can easily be used for lengthy typewritten text, for creating large in your face headlines or for writing dark and twisted memoirs. Try Chandler 42 anywhere a touch of old technology is needed.