Mark Simmonds, […] Font Download

Download the font files here
(instructions below)

Download Instructions:


  1. Download the font, and unzip the file.
  2. In the Font Book app, click the Add button in the Font Book toolbar, locate and select the […] font file in Downloads, then click Open.
  3. Drag the font file to the Font Book app icon in the Dock.
  4. Double-click the font file in the Finder, then click Install Font in the dialogue that appears.


  1. Download the font, and unzip the file.
  2. Right click the […] font file and select ‘Install’
  3. Done


  1. Download the font, and unzip the file.
  2. Open Control Panel > Fonts
  3. Drag and drop the font file from Downloads into Fonts

Text from above image: (…) is an OpenType font designed by Mark Simmonds on the occasion of Liverpool Independents Biennial 2021. A reference to the ‘ellipsis’ punctuation mark, the 26 upper and lower case characters of (…) are drawn from clay bricks found on Blundellsands beach, Merseyside.

Derived from the Latin word to mean leave out, the ellipsis (…) communicates a pause, an unfinished thought, or silence in text. The symbol also appears horizontally or vertically on digital interfaces to indicate a ‘menu’, or sometimes animated to signal that content is ‘loading’, ‘in process’, ‘busy’, or ‘thinking’. The ellipsis leads the reader, with anticipation, to something else.

Use (…) in a variety of ways, or more specifically to add flair to an otherwise standard ellipsis.