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64-SRCDesigner: Andrew Bellamy
Publisher: ILOTT-TYPE
64-SRC was developed by Andrew Bellamy and published by ILOTT-TYPE. 64-SRC includes 6 designs and household plan options. p > 64-SRC is a condensed monospace font motivated by 1960s IBM Selectric type seen on HAL's telemetric display screens in 2001: An Area Odyssey. It is identified by special 'double-space' alternates for the largest characters such as "w" and "m". These alternates optimize legibility, enhance the rhythm of readability and keep typographic color even. As an outcome 64-SRC is too matched for comprehensive copy as it is screen type.

Font Family:
· 64-SRC Light
· 64-SRC Light Italic
· 64-SRC Regular
· 64-SRC Oblique Italic
· 64-SRC Medium
· 64-SRC Medium Italic

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