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Low Def

By Daniel Brokstad

Daniel Brokstad
Daniel Brokstad

Low Def, short for Low Definition, is inspired by fonts displayed on old CRT televisions / monitors, sometimes with quirky characteristics. From video game consoles, home computers to the dim noisy arcades. With it's lower resolution analogue signal shown through scanlines, it created a smoothened look that blended together the pixels on CRT displays.

The family consist of 5 different widths, from Extra Narrow to Extra Wide.

Roman, Cyrillic, Katakana & Hiragana are supported.