Typography is an essential component of design. In fact, it’s often the key element that gives a specific project its unique character. So it makes sense that, throughout history, certain typefaces have become more popular and beloved than others. Among these is the Gothic script, a.k.a. blackletter.
Blackletter is a term that applies to a collection of fonts first used in The Gutenberg Bible in the 15th century. These typefaces are strongly rooted in calligraphy scripts and are known for combining thick and thin strokes and swirly serifs. They became widely used by the scholars of the time