About Offroad Font Family
Geometric typefaces can harken back and visually tie themselves to so many genres, from constructivist posters, to techno club flyers, to raw industrial era power. The Offroad family finds its origin of inspiration in the O’Neal MX logo for their motocross division, represented in its truest form in the MX styles of this family, and expanded to a type megafamily.
Offroad grabs hold of that unique pseudo-unicase style and runs with it to create a range of widths and weights that are perfect for historical through modern use. It embodies the hardcore motocross rigidity from the limited inspiration of the original logotype and expands to include a full and expansive glyphset, and a comprehensive range of widths and weights, creating a straightforward, uncompromising collection of typefaces that lend a solid foundation and a broad range of expression for designers.
Here's what's included with the Offroad Collection bundle:
382 glyphs per style - including Capitals, Lowercase (Unicase Style), Numerals, Punctuation and an extensive character set that covers multilingual support of latin based languages. (see the 6th graphic for a preview of the characters included)
45 fonts in 6 width subfamilies: Extra Condensed, Condensed, Standard, Expanded, & Wide.
5 weights per subfamily with obliques: Light, Book, Regular, Bold, & Black.
Fonts are provided in TTF & OTF formats. The TTF format is the standard go to for most users, although the OTF and TTF function exactly the same.
Here's why the Offroad Collection is for you:
You're in need of a geometric pseudo-unicase family with a big range of weights and widths
You're a die-hard motocross fan, and want to design anything within that genre
You're a club flyer designer, and need a kick-ass techno style font family
You're totally into constructivist design, and want to create designs within that genre
You just like to collect quality fonts to add to your design arsenal
Grype is the former label of independent type designer Charles Leroux, acquired by Astigmatic (AOETI) in 2016.