Ever After High is a fashion doll franchise released by Mattel in July 2013. It is a companion line to the Monster High dolls, though the characters in this line are based upon characters from fairy tales and fantasy stories instead of monsters.
The font used for the logo of the fashion dolls is Phaeton. Randy Jones teamed up with illustrator Kevin Cornell to create this retro font family.
Phaeton is a high-waisted, condensed serif face with a distinct Victorian flavor. It evokes the freshness and uniqueness of hand-drawn type, yet allows for easy typesetting. The font is available in nearly 600 glyphs, including a large number of alternates, ornaments, decorative banners, picto-glyphs, swash capitals, and 49 wordmark glyphs for ‘and,’ ‘the,’ ‘with’ and many more.
Download Phaeton Font
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Phaeton Typeface in Use
In addition to Ever After High Logo, It seems we can’t find other examples (logos, movie posters, album covers etc.) of Phaeton typeface in use.
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