Category: Typeface Family Design - Series
Title: The Dyna-Fonts
The Dyna-Fonts are unique in that they both have a second alternate “personality” that can be accessed through the Stylistic Alternates button in the OpenType palette. Dynascript’s connecting script becomes a non-connecting italic, and Dynatype’s upright, non-connecting default becomes an upright connecting script. Both share the same aesthetic which harkens back to a style formerly known as “Zip-Top”, where the letters are weighted more heavily at the tops, purportedly to increase legibility.
Design Studio: Alphabet Soup Type Founders Designer: Michael Doret
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