Style
Retiler
  • Desktop
    $30
  • Web
    $30
  • App
    $45
1 style
2024
  • Desktop
    $30
  • Web
    $30
  • App
    $45
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Исследуется механизм спонтанно возникающих и саморазрушающихся коммуникаций.
Исследуется механизм спонтанно возникающих и саморазрушающихся коммуникаций.
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Исследуется механизм спонтанно возникающих и саморазрушающихся коммуникаций. 
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About

Retiler has a brutal, simple structure where the m box of any glyph is made up of three macro modules, with each of them consisting of 24 micro modules. The micro modules form three squares arranged into a six-column grid.

Retiler is a good fit for headlines with highly tight leading — its lowercase and uppercase letters share the same height, while all diacritics push the letter into the m box.

However, Retailer’s functionality goes beyond headlines — if you’re looking to apply the typeface to small pieces of text, just opt for its stylistic set where all accent marks are taken out of the m box.

Due to its simple glyph structures, Retiler is an ideal tool for DIY projects, whether it’s a stencil graffiti, a pop-up restaurant menu, or a street football tournament display board.

One can use Retiler’s modules to create vector graphics: simple and concise, such as smileys in its character set, or more complex and detailed, which requires disassembling several glyphs into separate modules.

Features

Proportional oldstyle figures, standard ligatures, two stylistic sets

Languages

Afrikaans, Azeri (lat), Belarusian, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, Gaelic (Irish), Galician, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Kurdish (lat), Latvian, Lithuanian, Mongolian (lat), Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovene, Spain, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Uzbek (lat)

Authors

Rodion Ilyukhin

Rodion Ilyukhin lives and works in Novosibirsk. In 2012, he started practicing calligraphy and doing lettering, in 2016 — began designing type. Having taken part in a number of workshops conducted by Vladimir Kolomeytsev and Eugene Yukechev during the Playtype course at Campus, Rodion developed an interest in experimental modular fonts and now spends his nights and weekends exploring them and creating his own (since on weekdays he’s busy with working as a UX/UI designer.)

Rodion is an active participant of the Play Faces community, where designers share their typographic discoveries and take on daily type challenges.