Teeline Fonts was founded in 2010, but, oddly, never had its own spot on the web. Until today!
I am so proud to see my new website go live, including the debut of three new typeface collections.
- Feneon is a family of typefaces inspired by neon signage. Its “tubes” wind back and forth to create letterforms that are at once high-contrast and monolinear. Its optical sizes are also a novel contribution to the style.
- Cuttlefish is a sans-serif family with a focus on versatility. It comes in a variety of weights and, more unusually, a variety of contrasts between thick and thin. It is a kind of “Swiss army knife” of sans faces, especially in the available variable-font format that allows subtle tuning of its character.
- Pleinair may be less practical, but is no less interesting. It offers letterforms approximated by loosely scattered splotches. Challenging to read up close, but remarkably clearer at a distance, it might be called “Impressionist type.”
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