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HateDesigners: Jérémie Hornus, Gaetan Baehr
Publisher: Indian Type Foundry
Hate was designed by Jérémie Hornus, Gaetan Baehr and published by Indian Type Foundry. Hate includes 1 style. p > Hate is a display screen style for Halloween and scary motion picture posters. While it isn't an everyday typeface, Hate was established with the exact same degree of factor to consider we had actually put into a superfamily. Far from being just an easy typeface, Hate's character set contains 510 glyphs. Each letter has three variations available. Combined with the font's OpenType functions, this indicates that, if you type the very same letter three times (e.g., 'RRR'), you'll see 3 different instances. There's more to Dislike than the spooky-looking hairs or roots sprouting out from each glyph. The letters are top-heavy, and this plays out both in regards to weight and width. Hate is rather condensed, with narrow counters, a rough drawing design, and sharp thin stroke endings. Letters do not share precise baselines, x-heights, cap-heights, or ascender and descender settings, and character proportion is a bit caricatural, too.

Font Family: Hate

Tags: blood, disgusting, display, halloween, horror, movies, posters, roots, scary, ugly

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