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About ION C Font Family
ION C is a part of the ION superfamily, which consists of 3 families: condensed (ION A), normal (ION B) and wide (ION C), each having a compelling range of 10 weights. Styles Thin to Black have 436 glyphs supporting more than 70 Latin-based languages and the three heaviest weights, named U1, U2 and U3 have 94 basic glyphs. ION glyphs are based on the classic 7-segment display, but for readability and aesthetic reasons, some alphabetic characters don't follow this matrix strictly. In case you like things in order, don't worry, there's a stylistic set that replaces all characters with their strict alternatives. The special characters, such as #, @ or % are composed of special segments, but are designed to fit seamlessly within the whole character set. ION was designed with the needs of contemporary graphic design in mind. There are alternative characters, discretionary ligatures, slashed zero, superior & inferior numbers, fractions, ordinals and three handy stylistic sets. The ten styles of ION C are accompanied with a special 11th style called Cells, allowing you to design a special underlying layer of black or outlined cells. This way you can create various containers and boxes for your text, highlight what's important or go wild and draw a space invader, using the cells as building blocks. Learn more about the OpenType features and Cells at www.urtd.net/ion.
Designers: Ondrej Jób
Design Owner: Setup
MyFonts debut: Sep 15, 2010
Setup Type is a Slovak type foundry and design studio founded in 2009 by Ondrej Jób. The studio’s activities include designing retail and custom typefaces, digitization of historical typefaces, branding, and lettering, as well as research and software development in the field of type design and typography. Ondrej Jób is a type designer based in Bratislava, Slovakia. He holds MA degree in graphic design from Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, Slovakia (2008) and in type design from Type and Media masters program at The Royal Academy of Arts (KABK) in Den Haag, the Netherlands (2009).
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