You can recognize it best by the diamond shaped dots on i, j and punctuation marks,the upturned ear of the g, and the base of E and L. This face is just one of Goudy’s 100+designs.
Goudy’s practice was anchored in hand lettering and he preferred the roman historical letter structure. Goudy said that he was inspired by the cap lettering on a Renaissance buy modafinil online usa cheap painting by Hans Holbein. His personal style, otherwise known as Goudy-isms, show that he took this inspiration and made it his own. He wanted his work to be useful and beautiful at the same time, saying:
“Printing is essentially a utilitarian art, yet even utilitarianism may include distinction and beauty in its type forms.”
Anatomy of a Typeface by Alexander Lawson