Hot Plate™ font family


Designed by Timo Brauchle in 2002
Nico Hensel in 2002
German designers Timo Brauchle and Nico Hensel designed this family of ten fun fonts (plus a companion symbol font, Hot Plate Bats) in 2002. The letters in these fonts are reminiscent of old rub-down vinyl lettering, which could be easily distorted by hand pressure, and the movement of the rub-down sheet before a letter was completely on the page underneath. Type set in one of Hot Plate's ten text fonts will give your document an instant ransom-note-like effect, without requiring you to sort through multiple fonts. However, as this extensive family includes ten letter-based fonts, which are all slightly different from each other, you should consider further mixing and matching. The possibilities within the family are endless; your document could have almost no two same-appearing letters! If you are looking for a grunge font with a high degree of combination and interchangeability, the Hot Plate family is for you.
The entire Hot Plate family, including the matching Hot Plate Bats symbol font, is included in the Take Type 5 collection from Linotype GmbH."

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