Recently the Rogue family was designed as an accompaniment to Paralucent for Loaded, London’s notorious lads-mag that had found its design being cloned by the competition and sought something unique to set it apart.
Originally released in the late 1960s, Filmotype expanded its Grotesque typeface category with the introduction of its Miner, Marlette and Manchester typefaces offering its own original take on this modern sans serif style. Type designer Rian Hughes refined and further expanded these styles creating the first expansion the original library since the mid-1970s with Mansfield and Meredith.
Glitterati is Disko 2005.
This font contains alternative versions that enable customisation of headlines and are intended to be freely mixed in one setting.