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TJ Evolette A is experimental, fashionable and clean. The geometric constructed upper case grotesque was designed by Timo Titzmann and Jakob Runge in spring 2011.
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TJ Evolette A is experimental, fashionable and clean. The geometric constructed upper case grotesque was designed by Timo Titzmann and Jakob Runge in spring 2011. The typeface comes along with two additional integrated extravagant stylistic sets for the whole alphabet and some astonishing special characters as well. The plain linear-antiqua with classical proportions offers numerous combination possibilities between the ordinary alphabet of TJ Evolette A and the two alternate alphabets an interpretation of Art Deco mixed with straight lined shapes of ancient runes. This variety encourages unusual and extroverted creation in editorial and poster design. The font contains seven closely graded weights (form hairline to bold) to keep all options open while designing with the font. All common character sets of Central and Eastern European as well as Western Europe are supported. By OpenType features all 446 glyphs can be used optimally.
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