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HateDesigners: Jérémie Hornus, Gaetan Baehr
Publisher: Indian Type Foundry
Created by Jérémie Hornus and Gaetan Baehr, Hate is a display screen typeface released by Indian Type Foundry.

Hate is a display screen design for Halloween and scary movie posters. While it isn't a daily typeface, Hate was established with the very same degree of consideration we 'd put into a superfamily. Far from being simply a basic font, Hate's character set consists of 510 glyphs. Each letter has three versions offered. Combined with the typeface's OpenType functions, this indicates that, if you type the same letter 3 times (e.g., 'RRR'), you'll see 3 various instances. There's more to Dislike than the spooky-looking hairs or roots growing out from each glyph. The letters are top-heavy, and this plays out both in terms of weight and width. Hate is rather condensed, with narrow counters, a rough drawing design, and sharp thin stroke endings. Letters do not share precise standards, x-heights, cap-heights, or ascender and descender settings, and character proportion is a bit caricatural, too.

Font Family: Hate Regular

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