Trinigan Font used in Danielle Radcliffe’s Woman in Black

I thought I’d take a break from graphic design and watch a scary movie. Danielle Radcliffe’s “The Woman in Black” (very good, very scary, by the way, had me jumping like a little girl).

The first 10 minutes or so was a little rough and obvious – working the background story in deliberately and without subtlety… as the protagonist is on the train heading to the small town where the plot unfolds, he sees this newspaper ad for a seance.

The bottom font (“Mrs. Wynne. Medium”) jumped out at me first, it’s so distinctive it can only be Trinigan. I think I recognize some of the others too, but I’d have to search through my fonts to find them exactly.

What do you think? Can you recognize them all?

About Derek Murphy

Hey there! I'm a philosophy dropout and book cover designer with a PhD in Literature. After spending a decade as a starving artist, I vowed to create the life of freedom my restless spirit demands. I covet a cabin full of cats, where I can write young adult fantasy novels and do a few editorial critiques to pay for my cake addiction. Sometimes I live in castles. FREE GUIDE: Book Marketing is Dead.

Leave a Reply