Bloodline is a collection of short stories by Ernest J. Gaines. The first edition published by Dial Press in 1968 features a striking typographic jacket design. The title is rendered in bold condensed caps from Matterhorn or similar. The interletter spaces are partly filled in red, in what looks like a visual echo of the preceding letter’s counter shape, yielding a rhythmic pattern of black and red. The author’s name is set in the dignified caps from Bulmer.
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I was wondering if Peak CP could be the digitization of VGC’s Peak.
Yes, that’s right. Claude Pelletier says so on the page you linked to, in French: Inspirer de Peak de VGC.
Peak now has its own entry. It appears to be a copy of Matterhorn. Unlike the Headliners face, it came in a single style only.