In both chunky and tilted/3D versions, this font gives a dose of fun!
Phat Chance is a funky, in-your-face font that has strong overtones of modern rap and hip-hop culture.
Its broad, fluid line evokes the beat of modern music, the rhythm of contemporary dance, and the power of videogame computer graphics.
It is essential for marketing companies targeting:
⁃ the music scene: CD covers, posters, music videos, presentations
⁃ the movie scene: posters, ads, promotion material, copy, movie titles
⁃ the theatre scene: posters, programs, ads, promotions
⁃ the fashion scene: hangtags, posters, brochures, signage, ads
⁃ the fast food market: packaging, promotions, menus, signage
⁃ general packaging
⁃ general advertising
Daniel Perraudin began the sketches for Parka in 2007. The design became a central part of his thesis for a diploma in Information Design from the University of Applied Sciences in Graz, Austria. Parka benefited from the support of designers Georg Salden and Günter Gerhard Lange.
With its sturdy forms and humanistic influences, Parka performs evenly through all weights, showing great strength in smaller sizes.
Among other uses, Parka is recommended for Magazine and Corporate use.
Retrofont is derived from a research work on A. Butti's Hastile typeface; this typeface was never digitized. We looked for a typeface like this, to be used in a work of us, but we did not find anything.
We decided to design Retrofont basing it upon a Hastile version published in a '40 years number of Risorgimento grafico magazine.
Retrofont is more geometrical and is characterized by different proportions than Hastile. More…