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Individual Styles from $10.00
Complete family of 11 fonts: $120.00
Epillox Font Family was designed by Deni Anggara and published by Formatype Foundry. Epillox contains 11 styles and family package options.

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About Epillox Font Family


Epillox is a modern, contemporary, geometric typeface, with a strong personality and more unique with maximum emotional. It is inspired by modern contemporary display sans typefaces. We spent a lot of time, especially in the italic, to draw with high-quality compensation for all circles and strokes to become fresher and cleaner from the geometric point of view.

As an OpenType family it includes 51 alternate characters and ligatures, plus extra characters. The most interesting is about Stylistic set (ss02) have a more powerful characters the combination of original and wide characters.

Epillox also supports other OpenType such as: Ligatures, Discretionary Ligatures, ordinal numbers, case sensitive, fraction, supscript, superscript, ss01, ss02, ss03, ss04, ss05, ss08

Epillox contains 695 characters supports over — 200 Latin-based languages. Other Essential sets are composed of alternative glyphs. its great in headline, titles and short paragraphs (Poster, Signage, Logo, Branding, cover and etc)

A Variable Font is also included in the family.

Designers: Deni Anggara

Publisher: Formatype Foundry

Foundry: Formatype Foundry

Design Owner: Formatype Foundry

MyFonts debut: May 26, 2020


About Formatype Foundry

Formatype Foundry was established in 2016 by a group of typography artists with the initiative to develop modern, contemporary font families from a fine arts perspective. Our font families are meticulously designed to maintain the highest quality in terms of structure and function. Throughout its journey as a commercial foundry, Formatype has consistently encouraged the advancement of fine art ideas in urban contexts and across diverse cultures through exhibitions, fine arts laboratories, workshops, research, and online journals.

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