oying with antiquity in two realms, Brea uses primitive dot matrix, the first electronic print, as a medium for expressing a once intensely manual Old English hand. These incongruous historical allusions update the Middle Ages, but place them squarely in the early 1980s. Think Martin Luther at the controls of an arcade game.
Lest it be relegated to mere novelty, Corey Holms’ initial concept was fleshed out for current-day aesthetic relevance and versatility through interpolation. Brea comes in seven weights, ranging from the barely visible Thin to the quite solid Bold. With over 395 characters in each font, support is included for the majority of Latin languages.
For the discerning precisionistas, the delicious and slider-friendly variable font is included with the purchase of the complete Brea family.
From $30 USD