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Wavelength by Mysterylab
Individual Styles from $8.00
Complete family of 10 fonts: $44.00
Wavelength Font Family was designed by Mott Jordan and published by Mysterylab. Wavelength contains 10 styles and family package options. More about this family

About Wavelength Font Family

Wavelength is a unique sans serif family of five weights and italics. For all of it's unusual detailing and arc-shaped strokes, this typeface is a solid workhorse, and is highly legible at all sizes. It's an excellent starting point for a unique logotype or offbeat headline, and is able to cross genres and styles because of its essential letterform simplicity. Wavelength is contemporary, but with a nod to 1930s art deco, streamline, and even 1990s tech futurism. It's great all-arounder that works well with shadows, outlines, extrusions added within vector editing programs.

Designers: Mott Jordan

Publisher: Mysterylab

Foundry: Mysterylab

Design Owner: Mysterylab

MyFonts debut: Jan 19, 2021


About Mysterylab

Mott Jordan studied studio art and design at U.C. Santa Cruz, and was a self-employed sign painter and later a full-time graphic artist at a local weekly. His type design career began in earnest under Ilene Strizver at International Typographic Corporation in the mid-1990s, releasing two typefaces (ITC Verkehr and ITC Hornpype). By the mid-2010s, Jordan decided to finish out complete character sets for the fonts he had created for use in his own graphic design work. He formed the Mysterylab Foundry and now has approximately 25 offerings that represent an eclectic mix of retro 1960s and 1970s styles, ornate Victorian and old west fonts, futurist/experimental designs, and multi-weight workhorses. Jordan’s influences include the custom lettering design work of Bay Area psychedelic artists Victor Moscoso, Rick Griffin, and Wes Wilson. Other influencers include Alan Meeks, Martin Wait, Ed Benguiat, Friedrich Poppl, Hermann Zapf and Max Joseph Gradl. He operates a graphic design business near Santa Cruz, California and continues to add new releases to his typographic offerings.