Ad Hoc™ font family


Designed by Franko Luin in 1992

About Ad Hoc™ font family

Ad Hoc is a fake. My intention was to design a typeface with the looks of the characters drawn on paper with a marker pen. But they are all drawn on a monitor, with no scanner ever involved. That's the reason why they look so regular.
Ad Hoc is Latin and stands for, approximately, for this reason". The expression itself is often used for something unplanned, improvised.
Ad Hoc was released in 1992."
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Font Designer: Franko Luin

Ad Hoc

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Ad Hoc

5 Typefaces



Ad Hoc™ Roman -  2 variants
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Ad Hoc™ Roman SC -  2 variants
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Ad Hoc™ Italic -  2 variants
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Ad Hoc™ Bis -  2 variants
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