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TX Map Bits

TX Map Bits

by Typebox
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Complete family of 2 fonts: $25.00
TX Map Bits Font Family was designed by Michael Kohnke and published by Typebox. TX Map Bits contains 2 styles and family package options.

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TX Map Bits

2 fonts

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About TX Map Bits Font Family

Designers: Michael Kohnke

Publisher: Typebox

Foundry: Typebox

Design Owner: Typebox

MyFonts debut: Feb 10, 2003

TX Map Bits

About Typebox

California-based digital typefoundry headed by Michael Kohnke. Typebox describes itself as follows: "TYPEBOX: mind, heart and hand. Like in life itself, the process of 'thinking, feeling and doing' can also be applied to design culture - from concept and formgiving to the ongoing use of craft with the art of cartography, graphic design, and type design. "TYPEBOX: useful and unique. Typebox provides creative services and markets typefaces to meet the expectations of today's design industry. Our experience in cartography, graphic design, and type creation is driven by visualizing finite information in various ways. It is through critical thinking and evaluation that Typebox finds the solution that works best for a need. "TYPEBOX: promoting clarity and craft. Typebox understands that technique and style of presentation has its own peculiarities and integrity, and this must be made clear when developing a particular visual display. We do this by finding appropriate suppositions that will fuel ideas. This will help in maintaining an expansive thought process, and engage experienced and creative people in order to achieve effective, solid and lively work that amplifies a client's vision and values. "Contact Us: Typebox collaborators come from a range of backgrounds - print and screen design, analog and digital methods of creation, and other alphabet cultures. Over the past two decades' progress, we've become bridges of experience spanning technologies, media, and cultural aspects of cartography, graphic design, and type."

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