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BlennyDesigner: Spike Spondike
Publisher: Dalton Maag
Blenny was designed by Spike Spondike and published by Dalton Maag. Blenny consists of 1 style. p > Conceived by Dalton Maag font style developer, Spike Spondike, Blenny is a true person, with classy hairlines and overstated ball terminals. Soft, voluptuous curves and a retro feel make it ideal for branding, bold headings, or item labels. Blenny is available in one weight and supports 2 script systems, Latin and Thai.

Inspiration originates from everywhere and Spike's early sketches for Blenny had fun with a vintage, seafaring style inspired by visits to the beach at St Leonards on the South Coast of England. Other influences consisted of the retro typefaces used on old electronic devices equipment and gin bottles.

It was Spike's previous experience of working with Thai, and a trip to Bangkok, which triggered her to link the diversity of shapes in the Thai script with the design of Blenny. Spike enjoyed the challenge of creating the Thai glyphs whilst preserving the crucial features of Blenny's style. Innovative choices on the Thai in turn led back to refinements to the original Latin.

For Spike, completion outcome is aesthetically really pleasing. "Specific glyphs such as the 'a' appear to cover around themselves in a hug."

Bruno Maag, Chairman of Dalton Maag loved the design from the minute he laid eyes on it. "I'm considering having actually a tattoo made with it."

In honor of their new typeface, Dalton Maag has created the Blenny gin mixed drink. Simply like the font it's named after, a Blenny is strong, punchy and has a touch of class.

Font Family: Blenny Black

Tags: 70s, ball terminals, curvaceous, fatface, flowerpower, fun, happy, ligatures, ornaments, retro, stencil, voluptuous

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