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YWFT Morricone is a combination of egyptian and italian slab serifs from the 1800s, with also simple geometric forms continuing from mid-century modernism. The design is a unicase setup, with alternates for the uppercase in the lowercase options.

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YWFT Motown is a geometric slab serif that contains a total of 5 weights. Although it was intended to be used as a display face, YWFT Motown's heavier weights can be used effectively for text as well.

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YWFT Motown Condensed is a geometric slab serif that contains a total of 5 weights. Although it was intended to be used as a display face, YWFT Motown Condensed's heavier weights can be used effectively for text as well.

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YWFT Motown Expanded is a geometric slab serif that contains a total of 5 weights. Although it was intended to be used as a display face, YWFT Motown Expanded's heavier weights can be used effectively for text as well.

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Slightly distressed but possessing of serious underlying power, YWFT Mullino can be used as a display typeface or as a text face. This font brings huge diversity, beginning with the fact that there are two styles (Book and Medium) and plenty of alternate

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YWFT Nash was inspired by the grunge movement (design and music) of the 1990s. Nasty, busted, shredded and ripped, this is one gnarly font that perfectly captures the essence of trashed type.

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YWFT Neighborhood is an typeface created by the integration and reinterpretation of 4 families of serifs into one community, one neighborhood, one font. It was originally hand drawn in 2008 by Travis Stearns of YouWorkForThem, then digitized into opentype

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YWFT Nim is all about layering. Bevel effects, outline effects, 3d effects, shadow effects--all are possible and uniquely powerful with YWFT Nim, making for a near-infinite amount of variety and style.

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This technical, heavy block font draws inspiration from a typeface originally used by the Swiss graphic designer Siegfried Odermatt. This thing is massive and powerful, and works great in headlines, posters and branding work, but can also be used in more

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YouWorkForThem has captured the essence of youthfulness with YWFT Olivia, a pair of playful hand-drawn type designs that celebrate what it means to be young. Comprised of a spirited script and a rascally sans serif, YWFT Olivia reminds us of what it feels

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Comprised entirely of "plus signs" of varying weights, YWFT OneCross had its genesis in YWFT OverCross (2002). When it was reworked later that year in order to create a more integrated blend of positive and negative space, Over became One, and t

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YWFT OverCross originally started as a typeface design that set out to explore visual form while retaining legibility. At close range, YWFT OverCross is visually beautiful but rather unreadable.

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YWFT Pello has three weights (light, regular and bold), includes Opentype features like contextual alternates, fractions, and ligatures, and contains 265 glyph designs.

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YWFT Pineapple is historically based in the Art Deco period (1920s/30s) but set adrift for awhile and spiced with the rum of the present. YWFT Pineapple is suitable for many uses, but has an affinity for being juxtaposed with unfamiliar contexts such as a

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YWFT Processing was developed in 2001 for Casey Reas, the co-creator of the Processing programming language. We created this display face to be sharp, tall, unique and interesting...much like Mr. Reas himself.

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YWFT QUE is a display font that follows a new design mantra: "Conservatively Absurd." It was developed to be the anti-Helvetica; to send a middle finger to legibility. It snarls at Times New Roman and dropkicks "the norm."

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YWFT Reversion is an interestingly wide and versatile display type design, perfect for a striking headline or an attention-grabbing poster or billboard. One of YWFT Reversion's strengths is its ability to help any designer start custom lettering jobs with

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For striking, stylishly modern design, Selek(t) something incredible. (See what we did there?) YWFT Selek was designed with the idea of bringing a softer touch to machine-like letterforms, with the final result falling between mechanical and electronic.

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YWFT Service is a display typeface, strongly influenced by electronic music during the late 90s and early 00's. YWFT Service began as custom-drawn lettering on flyers for various music labels and DJs.

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YWFT Shade is an original Jeff Rodgers handset design, now converted into a working system font by the designers at YouWorkForThem. All the inlines, drop shades, and outlines of the original artwork has been preserved with great attention to detail.

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Need to scribble some things with a Sharpie...on a billboard? 40 feet high? YWFT Signature has you covered. YWFT Signature was meticulously crafted as a custom handwriting typeface for use at both small and very large point sizes.

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Like a candy store full of salt water taffy, YWFT Sugar brings the flavor to satisfy the sweetest tooth. Featuring stylistic alternates like swash, contextual alternates and ligatures, this Sugar is just the right combination of silly-in-the-school yard a

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YWFT Tall Tex was originally a handset design by Jeff Rogers, now converted into a working system font by YouWorkForThem.

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YWFT Tapscott is an Opentype font named for Horace Tapscott, the great jazz pianist, composer and founder of the Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra. The font was inspired by Tapscott's signature sound, with a tip of the Malo hat to the aesthetics of other

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