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Today I tracked down a tiny tidbit of typography information that the Musketeers fandom may find useful. The font used in the fabulous Musketeers title sequence is called Brighton Pier and is available for download from dafont.com. Best of all, it is completely FREE for personal use!

A note to graphics-makers: It’s a caps-only font so if you try to type lower-case letters, nothing will happen. But switch to caps and everything should be fine…

When I saw the above image of Mr Cumberbatch at the recent Esquire/Tommy Hilfiger London Collections event, I thought “Isn’t that sweet? Even stylish magazine logos long to be Benedict’s Errant Curlâ„¢.” Then I had another thought: maybe the Errant Curl would like to be a stylish magazine logo? Well, its hairy wish is my command…

Love the groovy typography on this. Not sure about “stars on nipples” as a fashion look, though.

Love the groovy typography on this. Not sure about “stars on nipples” as a fashion look, though.