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Dominion Font

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DominionDesigner: Patrick Griffin
Publisher: Canada Type
Dominion was developed by Patrick Griffin and released by Canada Type. Rule includes 2 designs and household bundle choices. p > Rule was based upon an early 1970s film type called Lampoon, and named after an edgy 1980s goth-rock song by the Sis of Mercy.

Dominion's seriously geometric shapes are an odd cross in between early Bauhaus minimalism and later on sharp square faces used for example in Soviet propaganda posters. While maintaining the strong self-confidence of the main font style, the italic produces a strong hint of a race vehicle decal appearance.

Both styles of Rule contain an extensive character set that consists of support for Central and Eastern European languages, Turkish, Baltic, Celtic, Maltese and Esperanto. A few alternate characters are likewise included in the character map.

Font Family:
· Dominion
· Dominion Italic

Tags: aeroplane, attitude, bauhaus, car, communist, constructivist, edgy, fast, futuristic, geometric, mechanical, minimal, modern, notch, pointed, rectangular, retro, russian, sharp, square, techno, unicase

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