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by Formation Type Foundry
Individual Styles from $25.00
Complete family of 6 fonts: $100.00
Mineraline Font Family was designed by Ian Clewett and published by Formation Type Foundry. Mineraline contains 6 styles and family package options.

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About Mineraline Font Family

Mineraline is inspired by the crystalline, faceted forms of minerals. This unique display typeface is made of a complex linear structure, giving the letterforms a dynamic, intricate and dimensional feel – especially suited to display use in very large sizes. The unique linear structure allows the line-weight of the character framework to be varied, to give the family a varying ‘visual’ weight, rather than altering the traditional stroke width. Used at smaller sizes, the type is incredibly detailed, almost woven looking. At larger display sizes the framework and bevelled joints become more obvious and striking. From the delicate Light through to the solid and angular Ultra, Mineraline is perfect to give your work a distinctive, modern and creative edge. Its multiple weights are ideally suited to work across Branding, Logo & Identity, Retail, Point of Sale, Packaging, Advertising, Fashion, Digital and Film, or any other experimental graphic and typography tasks.

Designers: Ian Clewett

Publisher: Formation Type Foundry

Foundry: Formation Type Foundry

Design Owner: Formation Type Foundry

MyFonts debut: May 19, 2015


About Formation Type Foundry

Formation Type Foundry is a micro-foundry based in Wales, UK, set up in 2012 by myself, Ian Clewett, to create new and innovative typefaces. I'm increasingly inspired by forms found in nature and this is often the starting point for my graphic and type design experimentation. I am a freelance Graphic Designer so as well as using my typefaces in my own work, I'm as excited to see what other designers do with my fonts as I am creating them – let's push things forward.

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