Delphian (typeface)

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Delphian is an all-caps display typeface created by R. Hunter Middleton in 1928[1] and published in metal by Ludlow. A digital version was issued by Monotype. [2] Delphian has a modern, yet classic style [3] and is notable for having no lower-case characters. [4] One website commented on Middleton's font, "His tour de force, Delphian Open Title, invokes that rare intellectual response, admiration." [5] It is seldom used today, except to evoke an art deco aura.