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If Pac Man was programmed by Sergio Leone, YWFT Bitwood would provide the commentary. One-of-a-kind, obscure, and sometimes downright obscene, YWFT Bitwood is a unique mashup of old-west saloon type and modern-day game console screens.

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There's only one thing about this new typeface that isn't colossally black: the razor-thin white space. It slices through and between geometric characters, creating a juxtaposition of contrasts and rhythms. The heaviest typeface in the world.

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Challenging Stage! YWFT Blackgold was originally designed as a second extension to YWFT Caliper. It is a thick, chunky, video game-inspired pixel font that works great in digital- and retro-themed projects.

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More and more, nostalgia marketing has only continued to increase in popularity. Maybe it’s because our lives have become so hectic and demanding that we all secretly long for a simpler time. There is certainly comfort to be found in the familiar, and vin

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Intelligent design? This font is certainly blessed. YWFT Blessed, that is. Developed as a display face while working on the 1999 redesign of mtv.com, YWFT Blessed is defined by three main objectives: legibility, uniqueness and extremely proper anti-aliasi

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YWFT Caliper was originally created as a unique-yet-readable bitmap typeface. While it works well onscreen at small point sizes, it also can be used at larger sizes for retro-style headers and attention-grabbing statements.

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It ain't good for some fonts to live too long, pilgrim. That's why YWFT Cam was designed, as a fresh and unique wood-type typeface option for designers. YWFT Cam is a uni-case typeface design but also uses the lowercase to offer alternate design

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Home-spun & hand-done, the coarsely calligraphic YWFT Chateau is an endearingly uneven complete script face with unerring links and lots of character. YWFT Chateau was converted to opentype format in 2010.

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The smell of ink is redolent in the air, as the resistance printers screen propaganda deep in a basement in the French Quarter. The Absinthe is flowing, and there's static on the radio, as YWFT Clairemy makes its proud and vibrant presence known.

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YWFT Composite is a bitmap/digital style design that was originally inspired from collecting machine generated printouts during press checks. YWFT Composite has a special power of capturing a very digital, robotic like alphabet that works for both on scre

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Casual and expressive, YWFT Crew is a handwritten sans serif that pairs its natural, organic strokes with a subtle urban edge. Perfectly at home in a farmer's market tightly nestled along a busy metropolitan street, Crew is a wholesome, unrefined, an

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YWFT Crossover is oh-so-aptly named, since it started as custom lettering for branding work, then crossed over into font format. It also is comprised entirely of crosses--so very meta.

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YWFT Dekko is an icon, symbol and pattern style dingbat font created with the ability to execute multiple design ideas. The font was designed with tight kerning, allowing the ability on certain letter combos to create intriguing pattern designs.

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With a bold presentation and rugged outlines, Edger is a nostalgic celebration of 8-bit and 16-bit gaming. A punk attitude brimming with confidence is conveyed through the rawness of its abstract design, revealing layers of a personality that is youthful

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YWFT Enam's letterforms were originally created for a branding job, then developed as a font, and finally converted to Opentype format in 2010. Some similarity to past work by Wim Crouwel is evident, which comes as no surprise, given our admiration f

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Available in three styles, YWFT Estee is well suited for fashion advertising, logos, product packaging, branding, labels, and displays that need a casual, feminine touch. Its organic nature makes it an excellent choice for the food industry, particularly

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YWFT Expos is a single style, rugged, graffiti-like type design consisting of all uppercase characters, with a Polynesian, tiki vibe. The lowercase letters are also caps and can be used as alternate design options.

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Ridin' down that old country road, a sign appears ahead in the forest... "Cherry Pies, $2." It's good ol' YWFT Filbert bringin' that down-home cheer, with that hand-painted, primitive calligraphic rootin'-tootin' ch

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When it comes to design versatility in typography, variable fonts are hard to beat. Just imagine being able to tweak a font's height to fill a stretch of vertical space, or being able to lean the letters just so in order to create the perfect slant f

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Influenced by an appreciation for Ed Ruscha and AutoCAD, YWFT Formation is an extensive typeface design that takes those principles and applies them in a unique way.

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YWFT Hannah is a type design comprised of three versions that work together as one, producing not variation and contrast between weights but between widths. The loose, hand drawn quality adds yet another layer of personality to the font.

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YWFT Harmony is a playful script face that is unafraid to embrace its feminine side, and works well in holiday or greeting card settings, or any place that requires a playful-yet-formal announcement.

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Originally drawn in 2008 by Travis Stearns of YouWorkForThem, we revisited the Herzog drawings in 2011 and developed them into a fully functional opentype font release. YWFT Herzog comes with two style options (regular and alternate), with each style cont

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With great pride, we present this hand-drawn alphabet in both upper and lower case, derived from the beloved standard of all existing things: Helvetica.

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