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EraMax Radial

EraMax Radial

by Our House Graphics
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Complete family of 2 fonts: $30.00
EraMax Radial Font Family was designed by Russell A. McGorman and published by Our House Graphics. EraMax Radial contains 2 styles and family package options.

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About EraMax Radial Font Family

EraMax Radial is a geometric sans serif meant to be set BIG, for big statements. It's the perfect face for signage, packaging posters, branding and so on and on, where a strong voice is needed. It has a modern look that will work in a retro setting. Or, should that be a vintage look that will work in a modern setting.

This is the first of what is to be a series to typefaces inspired by the original hand painted signage found in the TH&B train station in Hamilton Ontario. This classic Art Deco, Or, more precisely, Art Moderne building designed by the New York architectural firm of Fellheimer and Wagner and completed in 1933.

The original lettering included about 75% of the uppercase letters only, so the balance of the uppercase and the lowercase plus all the other glyphs were extrapolated from the look and feel of the existing uppercase letters. Figures are based on the numerals on the station clock, with adjustments made to harmonised with the letters.

Designers: Russell A. McGorman

Publisher: Our House Graphics

Foundry: Our House Graphics

Design Owner: Our House Graphics

MyFonts debut: Jun 5, 2020

EraMax Radial

About Our House Graphics

My name is Russell McGorman, and I design typefaces. I have been making and publishing fonts since 2009 as a part of my freelance graphic design business. Since 2017, Our House Graphics has been my full time job, and making fonts has been a significant part of what I do. So far, most of my typefaces are all about being expressive with type. Fonts, after all, communicate more than the words they're set to di.

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