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Extra Bold: Techno, Futuristic

Stephen Coles
Last edited October 24, 2014

Techno types, stencils, retro faces, and other extra bold novelties in the Display type category.
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Based on square forms, FF QType successfully walks the difficult line between pure geometry and legibility. Achaz Reuss used his years of type design experience to flesh out a concept that could have been, in the hands of a student or amateur, a much less useful result. Five subfamilies make up the whole (Compressed, Condensed, Semi Extended, Extended and Square) each in five weights (Extra... Read More

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