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Berryfield Font

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BerryfieldDesigner: Missy Meyer
Publisher: Missy Meyer
Developed by Missy Meyer, Berryfield is a serif font family. This typeface has 3 styles and was released by Missy Meyer.

Berryfield began as an experiment: making a typeface totally out of geometric shapes. It started with a couple of circles and a number of rectangular shapes, and was built entirely from those parts, and parts made from those parts!

For the uppercase, I took design motivation from the heavy serif classics like Cooper, Korinna, and Goudy. But when it came time to develop the lowercase set, I took a dogleg and sought to enjoyable unicase typefaces like Pupcat and Drug store, producing uppercase-height lowercase letters, in addition to uppercase alternates.

When I ended up Berryfield Routine, I liked it a lot I made a lighter variation (practically like a typewriter font style), and a much heavier version, to offer you even more variety!

Each typeface in the household contains over 520 characters, consisting of over 300 extended Latin characters for language support. There are likewise a variety of alternate letters to select from, in addition to superscript ordinals (ST, ND, RD, and TH), all of which are PUA-encoded for simple access no matter what design program you're using.

Berryfield was a heap of fun to make, and I hope you have a lots of fun utilizing it! It's smooth and simple for both print and crafting; the uppercase alone is simple enough for a magazine heading, but integrating in the lowercase makes it eccentric and fun.

Font Family:
· Berryfield Light
· Berryfield Regular
· Berryfield Heavy

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