Autoradiographic is a sans-serif typeface in 5 weights, inspired mid-twentieth century hand-painted warning signs. Inflammable! Keep out! Post-war low waistlines were fashionable in those years, but strict waistline alignment was not. This type of informational lettering was intended to be clean and technical but some personality shone through. Autoradiographic includes Cyrillic, mathematical symbols, fractions and the latest currency symbols. Italics are narrow and loosely spaced for extra emphasis. The desktop licence for the Regular and Italic styles is free.
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