A Sneak Peak at Our New Font: SOLID70

July 17, 2015

A Sneak Peak at Our New Font: SOLID70

 

If you've been following RetroSupply long you know I'm a huge fan of 70's design.

So when I had the opportunity to work with Scott Fuller from Studio Temporary to release a 70's inspired font I jumped at the chance. 

Not only is Scott a fantastic designer, he's also a curator of lost design treasures. He regularly goes out "hunting" for retro artifacts like matchbooks, letterhead, stickers, badges tons more. 

Bottom line, Scott has a true passion for this era of design. 

The resulting product of the collaboration is a display typeface perfect for logos and headlines. In fact, in addition to being a font it almost works as a logo system.

 

You can easily manipulate the colors and extend sections of the font to create your own custom symbols and logos.

 This font is a designers dream. Use it as it is or make it the starting point for custom work. 

We'll be releasing SOLID70 on Wednesday, July 22nd on RetroSupply. If you're a RetroSupply subscriber you'll get early access and a early bird discount.

Not a subscriber? Click here to be the first to get access to SOLID70.





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