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Ambicase Fatface

Ambicase™ Fatface

by Teeline Fonts
Individual Styles from $48.00
Complete family of 2 fonts: $78.00
Ambicase Fatface Font Family was designed by Craig Eliason and published by Teeline Fonts. Ambicase Fatface contains 2 styles and family package options.

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About Ambicase Fatface Font Family

Most fonts include uppercase and lowercase letters. Some experimentally-minded designers have proposed unicase typefaces as well: rather than having two different forms for a given letter, unicase fonts have one, chosen from the upper- or lowercase forms. Ambicase Fatface takes the next step, offering not "either/or", but rather "both/and". Each letter in Ambicase Fatface is a combination of its traditional upper- and lowercase forms, in an extra-bold style. Its inventive, hybrid forms are a bolder take on those of its 2010 sibling typeface, Ambicase Modern. Ambicase Fatface stands out as a carefully crafted experimental font: its eccentric forms do not hinder its readability. It is suitable for high-style display settings. Ambicase Fatface offers a large character set and extensive OpenType features. Most notably, in modern OpenType-aware applications, Ambicase Fatface can be set in swash mode, which features sophisticated decorative flourishes that differ depending on whether the letter is at the beginning, middle, or end of a word. Ambicase Fatface is available in two optical sizes: Regular and Poster. At very large sizes, the Poster cut, with its finer details, is recommended.

Designers: Craig Eliason

Publisher: Teeline Fonts

Foundry: Teeline Fonts

Design Owner: Teeline Fonts

MyFonts debut: Jun 1, 2011

Ambicase™ Fatface

About Teeline Fonts

Teeline Fonts is a digital type foundry launched by Craig Eliason in 2010. He comes to font design from an academic perspective. A professor of modern art and design history at the University of St. Thomas in Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA, Dr. Eliason researches the history of type design, and particularly the history of its classification and vocabulary. He began designing his own fonts in 2008. Teeline's aim is to produce well-crafted, original fonts. Painstaking efforts to refine these designs are informed by attentive consideration of the historical tradition of letterform design. Teeline's fonts also make thoughtful use of the customization possibilities opened up by modern font formats like OpenType. Teeline's offerings aim to be both clever and functional.

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