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Bitcrusher Font Download

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Bitcrusher downloadDesigner: Ray Larabie
Publisher: Typodermic Fonts Inc.
Designed by Ray Larabie, Bitcrusher is a display sans font family. This typeface has twenty styles and was published by Typodermic Fonts Inc.

Bitcrusher is an ultramodern, ultra-compact sans-serif typeface influenced by contemporary vehicle design and consumer electronics. It was designed for maximum compression, allowing you to fit more words in a line than techno typefaces normally allow. Bitcrusher is available in 5 weights an 4 widths. Condensed is pretty tight. Compressed is at the normal typeface compression limit. Crammed is unusually compact. Crushed is ludicrously concentrated. Bitcrusher features a stem, space and gap consistency which allows you to break the usual scaling and tracking rules. Do you want thicker stems? Take a narrower width and scale it wider. Want to go tighter than crushed? Scale it even narrower. You can’t break it. Mathematical symbols, fractions, numeric ordinals and monetary symbols are in good supply. Almost all current Latin based languages are supported, including Vietnamese, Cyrillic languages and Greek. The commercial use desktop license for Bitcrusher Condensed Bold is free.

Font Family:
· Bitcrusher Condensed Extra Light
· Bitcrusher Condensed Light
· Bitcrusher Condensed Regular
· Bitcrusher Condensed Bold
· Bitcrusher Condensed Heavy
· Bitcrusher Compressed Extra Light
· Bitcrusher Compressed Light
· Bitcrusher Compressed Regular
· Bitcrusher Compressed Bold
· Bitcrusher Compressed Heavy
· Bitcrusher Crammed Extra Light
· Bitcrusher Crammed Light
· Bitcrusher Crammed Regular
· Bitcrusher Crammed Bold
· Bitcrusher Crammed Heavy
· Bitcrusher Crushed Extra Light
· Bitcrusher Crushed Light
· Bitcrusher Crushed Regular
· Bitcrusher Crushed Bold
· Bitcrusher Crushed Heavy

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