Millan Typeface

Features a tall x-height, short descenders, a bit narrow shapes and high contrast between thin and thick sections.
This enables ultra-tight vertical typesetting, and makes it best for headlines or larger sizes.

 It is focused on the nature of calligraphic motions, but at the same time, forced into stable, typographic shapes.

Software:
RoboFont

School Project
SVA, NYC

The axis has a 20 degree angle - A few letters differ a bit from the angle
The notch on the shoulders, are having the same transition from thin to thick
The letters share the same terminal as the c.


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