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RayDesigner: Satya Rajpurohit
Publisher: Indian Type Foundry
Ray was created by Satya Rajpurohit and released by Indian Type Foundry. Ray consists of 5 styles and household bundle alternatives. p > Ray is a light-hearted family of display screen typefaces. Its letterforms were motivated by the sort of typefaces utilized on digital display screens. The household includes 5 variants, each of which shares the exact same character width, inter-character spacing, and OpenType features. They are each stemmed from a stringent grid. Ray One's letterforms utilize a series of dots overlayed on top of a background grid. The uppercase, lining figures, and lowercase ascenders are nine dots tall. The x-height is 7 dots. The descenders have 2 dots worth of space offered below the standard. The Ray Two typefaces utilizes squares instead of dots. These all face each other, but still present a pixelated effect to the texts they set. Those squares are rounded off in Ray 3, making this design resemble a combination of the Ray One with the Ray 2 font style. Ray 4 includes bridges between numerous of the spaces discovered in between the grid systems visible in Ray 3. These rounded aspects from Ray Four are in turn re-squared in Ray 5, making that font appear like a cross in between Ray 2 and Ray 4. The font styles in the Ray household include both lining and oldstyle figures, in addition to numerous alternates for letters like the 'Q', 'R','S', and 'g'. Ray originate from Satya Rajpurohit, the Ahmedabad-based type designer who co-founded the Indian Type Foundry.

Font Family:
· Ray One
· Ray Two
· Ray Three
· Ray Four
· Ray Five

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