Those who design informational announcements for print usually try to fill the entire area of the sheet, thus causing a mechanic deformation of the font. Disproportionate changes in height and width stretchings brutally distort style, thus causing text to take on bizarre forms, losing its original design. Archaism is an answer to artificial transformations, an attempt to go back, from distortion to regular and complete forms. A closed mechanical grotesque is created, based on a narrow font. The font has fifteen basic styles, also it has a variable version with two axes: contrast and weight.
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