Designed by Max Phillips, Dashiell Fine is a serif font family. This typeface has seven styles and was published by Signal Type Foundry.
The dramatic contrast and wiry hairlines of Dashiell Fine are best at large sizes, where its bladelike serifs and Caslon-derived forms give it a hard-edged, Didonesque elegance. Its seven weights include an additional Light style for especially delicate work; its Black weight provides a touch of swagger. Dashiell Fine supports over 140 languages and includes lining and oldstyle figures, small caps, case-sensitive punctuation and delimiters, and a selection of borders and ornaments. It’s a natural choice for headlines to complement Dashiell Text or Bright, but equally striking on its own.