Born under the watchful stares of the Berlin type and art scene, Fip was designed live in a gallery for the exhibition “(Font) In Progress:”.
After one month of development in the gallery, the release was scheduled to coincide with the show’s closing party. However, in the last days of the work, instead of finishing up the design and producing final files, the scope of the project was greatly expanded to include more styles, OpenType features, and Cyrillic.
Fast forward a couple years and finally Fip is ready set free! It has evolved into a massive superfamily of 64 monospaced fonts that features a wide range of different styles. The diversity of these fonts offers unique opportunities for many different tastes and projects.
Designed by: Rob Keller
Published in: 2015
Styles: 64 Fonts
Scripts: Latin, Cyrillic
№ of Characters: 717 glyphs per font
Licenses from: $39