Designed by Jonathan Barnbrook, Nylon & Draylon is a historical font family. This typeface has two styles and was published by Barnbrook Fonts.
Nylon is an interpretation of pre-16th century letterforms, in particular those found in mediaeval portraits at the National Gallery, London. Draylon is the more restrained counterpart to Nylon; it is based on letterforms found on 18th century ceramics—some 200 years after the source material of Nylon. Nylon and Draylon have been designed so that they can be mixed together with ease.