Vulf Mono: 4 weights, in roman and italic. 300-somethin’ glyphs. Fits in your pocket (in your back pocket).
Vulf Sans: 5 weights, in roman and italic. The warmer feeling sans that will have you wondering, “Is subtle funk even funkier?”
Vulf Mono is the official typeface of Vulfpeck, a funky four-piece rhythm section from Ann Arbor, Michigan. The typeface draws its main inspiration from 12 Point Light Italic, a font for the IBM Selectric typewriter. Eight styles are included: Light, Regular, Bold, and Black, in both roman and italic.
Introducing our second collaboration: Vulf Sans. You might think this was as simple as chopping off the slab serifs and making it proportionally spaced—and you’d be right. But remember, simple does not mean easy.