Value is a contemporary family of two typefaces. Value Sans and Value Serif were drawn in response to conversations centered on notions of cultural and fiscal exchange: Value Sans borrows in style and behaviour from precedents like Elegant Grotesk (DE) and Granby (UK); Value Serif pays homage to forebears like Plantin Infant (FR, US) and Italian Old Style (US).
The Sans was drawn first by The Entente (Edd Harrington & Anthony Sheret, UK); the Serif was drawn shortly after, by Benjamin Critton (US). Each borrows their geometries from the other, and nuances were finalized by all parties as Colophon Foundry.
His Money Bin, which is the largest structure in all of Duckburg, is said to comprise three Cubic Acres. An acre—measured in the Middle Ages as the amount of land that could be plowed in one day with a yoke of oxen—is equal to approximately 4,047 square meters, or 4,840 square yards, or 43,560 square feet.