OH no Type Company.

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Ohno Blazeface is a “real” fat fatty of a display serif. Taking a look at the (fatface) genre, I was seeing mostly the same things [over and over]: №1 an inability to treat problematic letters effectively, & №2 a consistently traditional structure. ¶ I was convinced a fatface could be more chill, and so Ohno Blazeface was born. ✌

Ohno Blazeface Italic 24 Point

Ohno Blazeface Italic is a “companion” but is also doing its own thing. Italic fatfaces often sport lovely entry and exit strokes that give words a jolly roundness. These features are exaggerated in Ohno Blazeface Italic, with each hairline terminating in a subtle teardrop shape. Typically, the f, x, and z present some extra whitespace. Since that’s a big no-no in this design, unusual forms were chosen for maximum positive space.

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→NINE←

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OPTICAL

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SIZES PROVIDE

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PLENTY OF OPTIONS

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FOR CONSIDERED TYPESETTING

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ACROSS A RANGE OF APPLICATIONS AND

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MEDIA. USE THE LARGE SIZES FOR BOLD EDITORIAL WORK.

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AND THE SMALLER SIZES FOR STUFF THAT PEOPLE PROBABLY WON’T READ.

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TIP: NO ONE REALLY READS ANYTHING. EXCEPT THIS. RIGHT NOW. ARE YOU STILL HERE?

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Oh good, that reminds of something else I was going to mention. I almost forgot!

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The whole reason for Ohno Blazeface was to be incredibly bold.

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So bold, that you would be hard pressed to find

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Large pockets of whitespace in words at all.

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It can be tricky to build letters with

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that objective, but here we are.

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Actually, I admit

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