Mr Eaves was based on the proportions of Mrs Eaves, but [Zuzana] Licko took some liberty with its design. One of the main concerns was to avoid creating a typeface that looked like it simply had its serifs cut off. And while it matches Mrs Eaves in weight, color, and armature, Mr Eaves stands as its own typeface with many unique characteristics.
Mr Eaves comes in two variants: Mr Eaves Sans (my personal fave: I love those italics) and Mr Eaves Modern. Via
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