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Oldenorth is a typeface that focusses on legibility from a middistance while also adding a unique decorative characterism to it: Low Cap-Height, flat surface on each glyph and a few unique glyph designs(m,k).
Oldenorth also combines round shapes with sharp strokes and sharp endings, making it both dangerous but also elegantin its total.
The name Oldenorth origins from the place where the font has been crafted. Literally translated back from English to Dutch, Oldenorth means; 'Oudenoord’. Which is a street name in The Netherlands, Utrecht.
Uppercase, lowercase, numbers,
punctuations & Mathematical
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︎ Peter Roeleveld
3561 JN Utrecht, NL
Peter Roeleveld is a type fanatic who loves to research, explore and create typographic works. Striving to deliver creations that’s not always digital based, but rather explored on other mediums or materials. His typographic work is often used as an ingedrient by other designers that cook their own receipt with it.
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