About Sunblock Pro Font Family
Clean and geometric deco sans typefaces have been used in a range of scientific publications, corporate logotypes, and beauty products over the years. However, a typeface of this style has yet to have an expansive range of widths and weights to become a design workhorse, until now. The Sunblock family finds its origin of inspiration in the Coppertone sunscreen company logo, and from there expands to type megafamily.
Sunblock celebrates the rounded geometric forms of deco and bauhaus lettering through a compressed lens, transcending its brand inspired origin to give birth to a font family that pulls on modern and historical styles. It inherited its soothing tone from the limited character logotype that inspired it, and goes on to include a lowercase, small caps, 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 Sunblock Collection bundle:
643 glyphs per style - including Capitals, Lowercase, Numerals, Punctuation and an extensive character set that covers multilingual support of latin based languages. (see the 7th graphic for a preview of the characters included)
21 fonts in 5 width subfamilies: Ultra Condensed, Extra Condensed, Condensed, Semi Condensed, & Standard.
5 weights per subfamily (except Ultra Condensed): Thin, Light, Regular, Bold, & Black.
Fonts are provided in both 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 Sunblock Collection is for you:
You're in need of a deco geometric font family with a big range of weights and widths
You're love that Coppertone letter styling, and want to design anything within that genre
You're looking for an alternative to Chalet Comprime with a more versatile range of styles
You're looking to start up your own derivative Sunscreen product line
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.