Independent type designer and freelance lettering artist based in San Francisco, California.
Tweeter, Tumbles, Chrimstagram, Fajebook.
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Most seemingly geometric typefaces are indeed far from it. Edmondsans explores how one optically corrects a mono-line construction to create something that looks balanced and even, when it’s actually heavily modulated. Though it is best used at display sizes, Edmondsans includes many niceties commonly found in text faces including small caps, non-lining numbers, case sensitive punctuation, and a few alternate characters to put as much typographic control in the hands of the designer as possible.
Three weights: Regular, Medium, and Bold. 336 glyphs.
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You can type in here. ↑ But not in these down here ↓
Alternate M and a.
Nice town, normal people.
Left: Regular. Right: Bold.