MD Polychrome is a typeface based on the unique aesthetic of Magnetic Ink Character Recognition (MICR), and the pre-digital typefaces it inspired.
Available in four styles, the design both refines and expands on the traditional MICR aesthetic: balancing its typically uneven texture, improving its spacing, and pushing the limits of optical size to create a version fit for the largest posters and boldest layouts.
Available on request as a variable font with orders of the complete typeface family.
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Language support detection by Hyperglot ↗
Unless noted otherwise, for languages with multiple scripts or writing systems, only the Latin script is
The definitions of both language and support are subjective. This list indicates support based on codepoint coverage, but does not guarantee local glyph variations are correct. (You can always contact us to ask about or request a specific localisation.)