In the summer of 2020, graphic designer Arthur Lebsack came to Type Workshop where he was given a task of combining the aesthetics of a bus number sign with the aesthetics of a 8-bit game. And just like that, Quattrocode was born, a pixel font equipped with a three-styles palette, four stylistic sets and a variable font.
In Regular style, Quattrocode makes you think of a barcode, while in slanted (Italics and reverse contrast) it gets friendlier and can imitate, among other things, the texture of a Christmas sweater. All the styles work great with each other in headlines and small texts, and turn into abstract graphics in a highly dense setting.
Standard ligatures, case sensitive forms, four stylistic sets
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