About this font family
Several years ago I was faced with a project that required very small type to be used in a directory. In general, there was a need for a lot of ‘fine print’. Faced with this, all of the tests I was making with existing faces were producing too much bleed of the individual glyphs...Cynapse was born.
It evolved into this pseduo-techy looking type that standardized and glorified the ink trap (the small, tiny allowances of white space that reduces the amount of ink hitting the page, and in effect, reducing the appearance of bleed). The results was promising. More…
The new OT version contains additional OpenType features that include expanded ligature sets, fractions, 5 sets of numerals as well as small caps and Central European diacritics.