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Grizzly 0116 Display Typeface

Bearing 6 different styles, Grizzly 0116 is hear to take over.

Light, Regular, & Bold - Based on the fact that you're here looking at typefaces, I can only assume that you have good taste and do not need the explanation of these styles.

Stencil (Seen above) - This style breaks the mold of traditional stencil type by simplifying the points of the stencil break, instead of putting them in the center on each glyph.

Cut - This style is created to give a bevel feel to the typeface. If you're a fan on sports type, particularly in college branding, you're very familiar with this look. (check out the "Reese's Senior Bowl" example created by Jason Frostholm)

Rough - Simply put, it's Grizzly 0116 with rough edges. (check out the "Grizzly Bear" example created by Dylan Winters)

Thanks to you all for checking out this product, and an even bigger thanks to those who purchase it!

Grizzly 0116 is the first in a series of 12 fonts, each produced monthly, that will be released in 2016.

  • Grizzly 0116 Light otf (300)
  • Rough otf (400)
  • Grizzly 0116 otf (400)
  • Grizzly 0116 Cut otf (400)
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