About this font family
Quidic has upper-case letters that are strongly vertical, condensed, and bold. The lower case letters do not have serifs similar to those on the upper-case letters, but rather have the serif shapes one expects from an italics style. There is an italics style to the family and it is unusual because the lower-case letters keep their shapes but the upper-case letters the numbers change. Although some Bauhaus fonts have several letter shapes that are similar, there is no other typeface quite like Quidic.
For a “normalized” version of this typeface, see Qwatick.
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