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Huet Font

Huet is a continuation of the work started with Versteeg. Where Versteeg was separated into individual circles, Huet connects these circles and adds a smooth geometric style.


 
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Niemi Font

Niemi is a continuation of the work started with Versteeg.


 
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Pocketknife Font

Pocketknife is a simple grid-based titling font on it’s surface, but it has a surprisingly prolific set of features under the surface. The most notable of these features is an abundant set of ligatures that give Pocketknife it’s unique look. There...


 
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Pocketknife Inline Font

Pocketknife was designed by Thomas Quinn and published by Blank Is The New Black. Pocketknife contains 4 styles and family package options.


 
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Pocketknife Outline Font

Pocketknife was designed by Thomas Quinn and published by Blank Is The New Black. Pocketknife contains 4 styles and family package options.


 
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Quatre Font

Quatre is a clean, friendly, monoline display script with a number of subtle but significant features. Originally based on the style of cursive you may or may not have been taught in middle school, Quatre has a clean geometric flow to it while containing...


 
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Toews Font

Toews is a continuation of the work started with Versteeg, Huet, and Niemi. It combines the elements of the letterforms found in Huet and Niemi and uses the letterform outlines to create shapes that intersect with themselves.


 
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Toews Outlined Font

Toews was designed by Thomas Quinn and published by Blank Is The New Black. Toews contains 2 styles and family package options.


 
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Toews Solid Font

Toews was designed by Thomas Quinn and published by Blank Is The New Black. Toews contains 2 styles and family package options.


 
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Versteeg Font

Versteeg was originally designed as a font that would work at a singular pixel level. In the spirit of this reduction, Versteeg was designed with an x-height of 3 units with capitals at 4 units. This extreme simplification is what makes Versteeg unique.