Teaser and the Firecat Font

About Teaser and the Firecat Font


Teaser and the Firecat is the fifth studio album released by Cat Stevens in 1971. It is also the title of a children’s book written by Stevens. The story features the title characters from the album cover, top-hatted young Teaser and his pet, Firecat, who attempt to put the moon back in its place after it falls from the sky.

The font used for the text on the album cover is Caslon Antique, which is a decorative typeface designed in 1894 by Berne Nadall. The design of the typeface is meant to evoke the Colonial era. Early printers would reuse metal type over and over again, and the faces would become chipped and damaged from use. Caslon Antique emulates this look.

Download Caslon Antique Font

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Caslon Antique Typeface in Use

In addition to Teaser and the Firecat, Caslon Antique typeface is also used in the following logos, movie posters or album covers, etc., including: Shadow of the Colossus, Great Wolf Lodge, A Simple Noodle Story, Canyon Trilogy, To Walk Invisible, First and Last and Always, Vision Thing, Floodland, Les Misérables, Empire of the Sun, The Descendants, Begin to Hope, Treasure Island.

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