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10 styles,
2017
Family (10 styles)
+ variable font
  • Desktop
    $50
  • Web
    $50
  • App
    $75

Variable

48px
Na primeira acepción é sinónimo de abecedario e na segunda úsase
    Width
    Na primeira acepción é sinónimo de abecedario e na segunda úsase
    48px
    Fit SkylineFit Skyline
      48px
      Fit CompressedFit Compressed
        48px
        Fit ExtraCondensedFit ExtraCondensed
          48px
          Fit CondensedFit Condensed
            48px
            Fit RegularFit Regular
              48px
              Fit WideFit Wide
                48px
                Fit ExtraWideFit ExtraWide
                  48px
                  Fit ExtendedFit Extended
                    48px
                    Fit ExtraExtendedFit ExtraExtended
                      48px
                      Fit UltraExtendedFit UltraExtended
                        About

                        Fit, which consists only of uppercase letters, will fill just any space with as much density as possible — the important thing is to properly adjust the width. The palette offers as many as 10 widths, ranging from Skyline to UltraExtended plus a variable font. Counters and letter spacing stay the same regardless whether you apply the Extra Condensed or the Extra Wide.

                        Features

                        Contextual ligatures, ten stylistic sets

                        Languages

                        Afrikaans, Armenian, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Finnish, French, Gaelic (Irish), Galician, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Kurdish (lat), Latvian, Lithuanian, Mongolian (lat), Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovene, Spain, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Uzbek (lat)

                        Authors

                        David Jonathan Ross

                        David Jonathan Ross is a type designer from LA, graduate of Hampshire College, founder of the artist residence Open Studio and co-curator of an archive of the cursive signs of Los Angeles.

                        Since May 2017, Ross has been sending one font a month to the Font of the Month’s subscribers, all while sharing the scripts for improving those on GitHub for free. Many of his popular typefaces — such as Fit, Forma, or Roslindale — first appeared precisely in those letters to the members of the Font of the Month.

                        Codepage
                        Full codepage