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All This Panic (2016) movie posters

Contributed by Love Lagerkvist on May 29th, 2017. Artwork published in .
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    Source: http://www.oddopolis.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    In his now classic ScreenFonts column, Bald Condensed notes that Oddopolis’ posters for All This Panic from 2016 use a curious Phosphor with its inline removed. I guess the designer really wanted that ‘S’.

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    2 Comments on “All This Panic (2016) movie posters”

    1. May 29th, 2017  12:35 pm

      The designers didn’t have to remove the inline themselves: Phosphate, Steve Jackaman’s version of Phosphor, comes with a ready-to-use solid style. (So does CastleType’s Zamenhof, but that interpretation has different lettershapes.)

      By the way, here is a comparison of the original metal Phosphor and Erbar-Grotesk fett, the boldest weight of the plain Erbar-Grotesk family. Phosphor is considerably heavier and has smaller counters. Interestingly, the outlined Lumina appears to be derived from Phosphor, while the negative Lucina is closer to Erbar-Grotesk in the details.

    2. Blythwood says:
      Aug 15th, 2017  2:50 pm

      Phosphate Solid is a Mac system font, which I imagine is where the poster’s designer got it from.

      That oddly leaves Macs with two very good inlines added recently: Phosphate and Journal Sans New Inline (which is hidden, although you can force it to display if you want to use it).

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