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Comply Slab

Comply Slab

by Arkitype
Individual Styles from $12.00
Complete family of 18 fonts: $120.00
Comply Slab Font Family was designed by Andrew Footit and published by Arkitype. Comply Slab contains 18 styles and family package options.

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About Comply Slab Font Family

Comply Slab is inspired by action and extreme sports, Comply gets it's name from the well known skate trick the “No Comply”. This type family doesn't mess about! With 9 weights from thin to black, Comply Slab will give you some great options to use. This font family will “kill it” in both print and digital, in headlines for editorial, posters, banners, websites, apparel, packaging, logos or magazines just to name a few. If you want to make a statement that gets the message across in a slick way with some cool looking glyphs Comply Slab is the font! There is an alternate R and S so you can choose to go with the cool default sharp glyphs or swap them for a more traditional chamfered corner version. Each of the 9 weights has an italic version to add even more action.

Designers: Andrew Footit

Publisher: Arkitype

Foundry: Arkitype

Design Owner: Arkitype

MyFonts debut: May 13, 2017

Comply Slab

About Arkitype

Arkitype is the studio and type foundry founded by Andrew Footit. Arkitype is a boutique design studio and type foundry dedicated to providing professional grade type design. As a traditional graphic designer largely focused in typography, I have gained a lot of insight into what designers are looking for in a high quality font. Keeping the designer in mind, I try create high quality fonts that are functional and attractive. I draw inspiration from anything from whether it be design, sport or travel. This offers me a particular direction or theme to focus on when creating a typeface. As a designer I then ask myself what am I looking for in this typeface and how would I like to use it, the end result is a typeface that is functional and has solid design thinking behind it. The name Arkitype is taken from an archetype which can be: a statement, pattern of behavior, or prototype (model) which other statements, patterns of behavior, and objects copy or emulate. This is my approach to what I create. Design that is beautiful in its context and does not follow examples but sets them.

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