Version: 4.0 Released: February 20, 2013
A company I branded in 2012 wanted a tough, but vintage, appeal. The logo for power tool company Milwaukee provided just the inspiration I needed. Using the ‘i’ and ‘e’ from that logo, I crafted the remaining glyphs to form the logo. It turned out great, and the client loved it. Time and time again I returned to the Milwaukee logo for projects that required a script with just a little bit of edge.
For my own benefit, I pushed through creating the rest of the alphabet and Millie was born. Much like the Milwaukee logo, Millie is meant to be used on a bit of an angle (20 degrees-ish)—though, she looks just fine without it.
Each weight (except Extra Light) includes 78 European glyphs.
Millie Type Specimens
Millie — ExtraLight
Millie — Thin
Millie — Light
Millie — Semibold
Millie — Black