A display typeface referencing the typography of sci-fi paperbacks from the ’70s and early ’80s. Many of the typefaces from this time and genre, originally drawn for dry transfer or phototypesetting, were never digitised as carefully as they deserved — MD Nichrome seeks to remedy this for modern technologies and styles, not by reviving any single typeface, but by capturing elements of many.
Available as a 2-axis variable font (weight & slant axes) with orders of the complete typeface family (on request).
Displaying simple (1:1) substitutions only. More complex features, like ligatures and context-sensitive alternates, are shown in the PDF specimen.
Language support detection by Hyperglot ↗
Unless noted otherwise, for languages with multiple scripts or writing systems, only the Latin script is
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