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Offering a minimalistic system of options, InProgress can help generate unexpected design solutions. The rigor of its shapes evokes technical lettering, but this sober appearance is subverted by a handful of alternate idiosyncratic glyphs. A set of letters separated by vertical strokes is included, as well as a selection of double-spaced ligatures — further invitation to engage in well-tempered typographical shenanigans.
The brainchild of the French design studio Superscript², InProgress harks back to the work of Kurt Schwitters and others Dada practitioners who believed that letterforms could help reproduce optically the full-bodied texture of speech.