Hexatype™ font family

Designed by Michael Parson in 2002

About Hexatype™ font family

Hexatype is part of a series of typographic experiments from the young Swiss designer Michael Parson. In this font, Parson has created an intriguing system of lines that form into letters, all based off of a hexagonal grid. Text set in Hexatype takes on an interesting honeycomb-like appearance. For a different effect, try overlapping individual letters, or use a few of Hexatype's letters together as elements in a logo. A good companion to Hexatype is Linotype's Ned Std. These two fonts, as well as eight more experimental designs by Parson, are included in the Take Type 5 collection."
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Font Designer: Michael Parson


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1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Hexatype™ Bold

-  1 variant
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