Blending the strength of the grid and the essence of the grotesk, Due Studio have just come through with Analo Grotesk, an unconventional pixel font that breaks away from the norm.
With its modules rotated by 45 degrees in the inclined stems and the curves, Analo Grotesk creates a promiscuous system within the individual letters by challenging the aesthetics you’d expect from a pixel font.
Due to the undercurrent of grotesk structures, the shapes in Analo Grotesk are smoother and less jagged than most pixel fonts. The set includes an array of eccentric alternates and dirty pop icons, meaning it’s perfect for adding a gritty, playful edge in digital and print settings.
Equipped with 480 glyphs, support for Latin Extended-A, contextual alternates, case-sensitive forms, ligatures, fractions, localised forms and stylistic alternates, Analo Grotesk is extremely accommodating to use despite its experimental nature. If you’re looking for a pixel font with a contemporary, striking edge – you’ve found it.
To find out more about Analo Grotesk, head over to Type Department.