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Burger Font

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BurgerDesigner: Maximiliano Sproviero
Publisher: Lián Types
Burger was developed by Maximiliano Sproviero and published by Lián Types. Burger includes 3 styles and family package alternatives. p > Inspired in the world of the fast-food, my aim with Hamburger was to achieve a sexy piece serif typeface. Since it's not really common to see slabs with swashes I consider this task as a try out intriguing results.

In order to mantain an even weight on the composed word, all the glyphs consisting of the swashy ones had to appear like compact blocks: This makes the font work much better used with almost no leading, as seen in posters above.

Despite the official appearance of its genre, this piece serif is also extremely spirited and special. (Maybe unhealthy food should have better fonts currently, right?)

Taste Burger, come on, provide it a try!

On a more personal note:

Why I made this font style? Some months ago I started the health club and with it, a strict diet to see some results quicker ... Possibly my temptation is being, in Lacanian terms, 'sublimated' by making scrumptious and unhealthy fonts.

Font Family:
· Burger
· Burger Italic
· Burger Dots

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