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Typefaces are long more than just a mean to display words, but an independent medium of design. At this point, variable fonts come into play and enable individual adaptions in form or color. So far, the focus of the work with variable fonts lies on modifications of weight and height. The flexible use of typefaces in view of spatial dimension is nearly unexploited. But common paths should be left in order to exhaust the full potential of variable fonts.
Radio is a variable font that follows exactly this approach. The expressive and striking display-font is able to adjust perfectly to curved paths and works from a straight line to a circle. Clear and stable shapes allow Radio to catch eyes and stick in minds. The details in the design give the typefaces a retro character in conjunction with modern straightforwardness.

by Lea Sophie Fetköter
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