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What the Hell?™ began as an experiment in proportion. The idea stemmed from the knowledge that typewritten characters are often darker towards the bottom, where the key makes a stronger imprint on the paper. This font is adapted from an early version of D...
What the Hell What the Hell What the Hell
Foundry: TypeArt
What the Hell?™ began as an experiment in proportion. The idea stemmed from the knowledge that typewritten characters are often darker towards the bottom, where the key makes a stronger imprint on the paper. This font is adapted from an early version of Disorder™.

WHY THE NAME?
It comes from the original sample we created for the font, which said:

TRADITIONAL typographers
WILL not LIKE
this TYPEFACE,
but WHAT the HELL?
this IS art, MAN!

ALTERNATING CASES AND TIGHT LEADING
We have discovered that these fonts look particularly interesting when you set alternate words in uppercase and then lowercase, etc. Extremely tight leading and angled text lines can also help to create an interesting grunge effect.

FULL CHARACTER SET
Each font in the What the Hell?™ family has a full character set of 232+ letterforms, with all characters designed in the style of the font.
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