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Shackle One

Shackle One

by Christoph Reichelt
Individual Styles from $18.00
Complete family of 7 fonts: $108.00
Shackle One Font Family was designed by Christoph Reichelt and published by Christoph Reichelt. Shackle One contains 7 styles and family package options.

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About Shackle One Font Family

Shackle One is a geometric Sans Serif with a twist. As a modern classic that does not wear out visually it is suitable, for example, for luxury items, leather goods, watches and jewelry, high-class sports, documentation of historical technology or graphics in the field of art and design. It works excellently for huge headlines, but can also show particular strengths in continuous text – its gray value is almost flawlessly uniform.

All line connections and terminations are perpendicular, which means that slopes or curves have a light bend at their ends, similar to the lordosis of the cervical spine. This makes the font look upright and straight and at the same time agile and dynamic, like an athlete with good posture – a typeface that is powerful and confident without appearing steely or violent.

Shackle One is a classic but casual looking font with sophisticated details. It has a classy appearance without being pretentious. It can appear stern and serious as well as playful and humorous. Its strong character also makes it an excellent corporate font for certain branches. You will love it.

Designers: Christoph Reichelt

Publisher: Christoph Reichelt

Foundry: Christoph Reichelt

Original Foundry: unknown

Design Owner: Christoph Reichelt

MyFonts debut: Jan 28, 2022

Shackle One

About Christoph Reichelt

Dipl. Des. Christoph Reichelt, born in 1967 in Munich, is a thoroughbred Designer, for three decades now working on industrial products, buildings, vehicles, and printed stuff. Deep interest and basic knowledge in typography he gained from Philipp Luidl, chairman of the renowned tgm. His formal sensitivity got a tough training at Audi Design during his studies. With several years of practical experience in graphic design, he specialized in Corporate Design, creating e.g. the appearance of a private jet company, a soda maker, a manufacturer of high-end curtain rods, dietary supplements, and – for 20 years now – a manufacturer of industrial components. After creating several fonts for private and corporate use, he’s now going to present some extraordinary typeface designs to the public. True to the motto “Know the rules well, so you can break them effectively,” his designs are mainly obligated to rules of their own. Types with a twist, yet surprisingly usable, and as professional as you would expect.

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