Chromosome Font

Chromosome Font Modeled after one of those original label-tape guns that came out in the late-1960s, Chromosome gets its own label from a somewhat whimsical reference wha...
 
Modeled after one of those original label-tape guns that came out in the late-1960s, Chromosome gets its own label from a somewhat whimsical reference: what seems a resemblance of the X and Y characters of the light weights to those famous microscopic photos of human chromosomes of the same letters.

Though Chromosome is an all-caps typeface, you’ll find that characters in the uppercase slots do have a difference—they’re shifted a little to the right, affording you another way to add interest to otherwise monospaced chunks of display text.

Chromosome has four styles: light, heavy, and reversed versions of both, each with shifted/offset alternate glyphs. It has full support for Central/Eastern European languages.
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Youworkforthem T7318 Modeled after one of those original label-tape guns that came out in the late-1960s, Chromosome gets its own label from a somewhat whimsical reference: what seems a resemblance of the X and Y characters of the light weights to those famous microscopic photos of human chromosomes of the same letters.

Though Chromosome is an all-caps typeface, you’ll find that characters in the uppercase slots do have a difference—they’re shifted a little to the right, affording you another way to add interest to otherwise monospaced chunks of display text.

Chromosome has four styles: light, heavy, and reversed versions of both, each with shifted/offset alternate glyphs. It has full support for Central/Eastern European languages.

Chromosome Light

$ 19.00 $19.00 2022-12-09 In stock

Youworkforthem T7318 Modeled after one of those original label-tape guns that came out in the late-1960s, Chromosome gets its own label from a somewhat whimsical reference: what seems a resemblance of the X and Y characters of the light weights to those famous microscopic photos of human chromosomes of the same letters.

Though Chromosome is an all-caps typeface, you’ll find that characters in the uppercase slots do have a difference—they’re shifted a little to the right, affording you another way to add interest to otherwise monospaced chunks of display text.

Chromosome has four styles: light, heavy, and reversed versions of both, each with shifted/offset alternate glyphs. It has full support for Central/Eastern European languages.

Chromosome Reversed Light

Youworkforthem T7318 Modeled after one of those original label-tape guns that came out in the late-1960s, Chromosome gets its own label from a somewhat whimsical reference: what seems a resemblance of the X and Y characters of the light weights to those famous microscopic photos of human chromosomes of the same letters.

Though Chromosome is an all-caps typeface, you’ll find that characters in the uppercase slots do have a difference—they’re shifted a little to the right, affording you another way to add interest to otherwise monospaced chunks of display text.

Chromosome has four styles: light, heavy, and reversed versions of both, each with shifted/offset alternate glyphs. It has full support for Central/Eastern European languages.

Chromosome Heavy

$ 19.00 $19.00 2022-12-09 In stock

Youworkforthem T7318 Modeled after one of those original label-tape guns that came out in the late-1960s, Chromosome gets its own label from a somewhat whimsical reference: what seems a resemblance of the X and Y characters of the light weights to those famous microscopic photos of human chromosomes of the same letters.

Though Chromosome is an all-caps typeface, you’ll find that characters in the uppercase slots do have a difference—they’re shifted a little to the right, affording you another way to add interest to otherwise monospaced chunks of display text.

Chromosome has four styles: light, heavy, and reversed versions of both, each with shifted/offset alternate glyphs. It has full support for Central/Eastern European languages.

Chromosome Reversed Heavy