What is the MFC Mercer font?
The source of inspiration for MFC Mercer is an initials set from the book “Monograms and Alphabets for Combination” by Dollfus, Mieg & Cie, first published in the 1880’s.
We’ve taken the original Cameo styled initials that had a somewhat clumsy weighting and rebuilt the design using the capitals from Marcellus Pro by our sister foundry, Stiggy & Sands. We’ve extended the family by including both a Cameo and Non-Cameo version of the Initials, as well as Chromatic versions that can be layered to colorize the designs. More…
But we couldn’t leave it as just an initial typestyle, so we took it a another step, and created Split Monogram Initials with bar splits & extensions for personalization, with the same chromatic set of layers as the full initials version. For filling in the split, we’ve created a custom limited version of Marcellus Pro, called MFC Mercer Split-TinyCap, that contains small caps, numerals, and basic punctuation – scaled down and lined up to layer with the MFC Mercer Split group of fonts.
MFC Mercer has loads of different ways in which to layer the different fonts in this collection to create unique custom designs. Download and view the MFC Mercer Guidebooks if you would like to learn a little more.
Never before has an initial or split monogram typeface come complete with so many options!
MFC Mercer Font families
The MFC Mercer font includes the following font families:
- MFC Mercer
- MFCMercer Cameo-Regular
- MFC Mercer Split
- MFC Mercer Split Cameo
- MFC Mercer Chroma Cap
- MFC Mercer Split Chroma Cap
- MFC Mercer Chroma Vine
- MFC Mercer Split Chroma Vine
- MFC Mercer Split Tiny Cap
MFC Mercer Preview
Here is a preview of how MFC Mercer will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.