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Type Design

Type Design

Type Design

Type Design

Type Design

Not for Sale

Not for Sale

Not for Sale

Not for Sale

Not for Sale

Not for Sale is my first attempt at making a grotesque sans-serif typeface—my third attempt at making a typeface—and it is used to typeset the body copy of this site. It is still very much a work-in-progress.

Contrary to its name, the overall intention is to complete a full family of weights and then sell it. 

Not for Sale is my first attempt at making a grotesque sans-serif typeface—my third attempt at making a typeface—and it is used to typeset the body copy of this site. It is still very much a work-in-progress.

Contrary to its name, the overall intention is to complete a full family of weights and then sell it. 

Not for Sale is my first attempt at making a grotesque sans-serif typeface—my third attempt at making a typeface—and it is used to typeset the body copy of this site. It is still very much a work-in-progress.

Contrary to its name, the overall intention is to complete a full family of weights and then sell it. 

Not for Sale is my first attempt at making a grotesque sans-serif typeface—my third attempt at making a typeface—and it is used to typeset the body copy of this site. It is still very much a work-in-progress.

Contrary to its name, the overall intention is to complete a full family of weights and then sell it. 

Not for Sale is my first attempt at making a grotesque sans-serif typeface—my third attempt at making a typeface—and it is used to typeset the body copy of this site. It is still very much a work-in-progress.

Contrary to its name, the overall intention is to complete a full family of weights and then sell it. 

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The driving rule for Not for Sale is that upper terminals generally extend further than the lower ones. This creates a very distinct texture for body paragraphs and allows for the typeface's idiosyncrasies to shine through in display sizes.

The driving rule for Not for Sale is that upper terminals generally extend further than the lower ones. This creates a very distinct texture for body paragraphs and allows for the typeface's idiosyncrasies to shine through in display sizes.

The driving rule for Not for Sale is that upper terminals generally extend further than the lower ones. This creates a very distinct texture for body paragraphs and allows for the typeface's idiosyncrasies to shine through in display sizes.

The driving rule for Not for Sale is that upper terminals generally extend further than the lower ones. This creates a very distinct texture for body paragraphs and allows for the typeface's idiosyncrasies to shine through in display sizes.

The driving rule for Not for Sale is that upper terminals generally extend further than the lower ones. This creates a very distinct texture for body paragraphs and allows for the typeface's idiosyncrasies to shine through in display sizes.

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