A brutalist & monospaced typeface, characterized by its futuristic, monolithic, & 'blocky' appearance with a rigidly geometric style.
we make cool shit that performs.
“I have no idea what we do. As citizens we cede more and more of our autonomy, but if we the government take away the citizens’ freedom to cede their autonomy we’re now taking away their anatomy. It’s a paradox. Citizens are constitutionally empowered to choose to default and leave the decisions to corp.
Either information produces meaning (a negentropic factor), but cannot make.
In a culture like ours, long accustomed to splitting and dividing all things as a means of control, it is sometimes a bit of a shock to be reminded that, in operational and practical fact, the medium is the message. This is merely to say that the personal and social consequences of any medium-- that is, of any extension of ourselves -- result from the new scale that is introduced into our affairs by each extension of ourselves, or by any new technology. Thus, with automation, for example, the new patterns of human association tend to eliminate jobs, it is true. That is the negative result. Positively, automation creates roles for people, which is to say depth of involvement in their work and human association that our preceding mechanical technology had destroyed. Many people would be disposed to say that it was not the machine, but what one did with the machine, that was its meaning or message. In terms of the ways in which the machine altered our relations to one another and to ourselves, it mattered not in the least whether it turned out cornflakes or Cadillacs. The restructuring of human work and association was shaped by the technique of fragmentation that is the essence of machine technology. The essence of automation technology is the opposite. It is integral and decentralist in depth, just as the machine was fragmentary, centralist, and superficial in its patterning of human relationships. The instance of the electric light may prove illuminating in this connection.
“Americans are in a way crazy. We infantilize ourselves. We don’t think of ourselves as citizens—parts of something larger to which we have profound responsibilities. We think of ourselves as citizens when it comes to our rights and privileges, but not our responsibilities. We abdicate our civic responsibilities to the government and expect the government, in effect, to legislate morality. I’m talking mostly about economics and business, because that’s my area.
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currency & math
Release dateAugust 2022
Last version1.2.3 ( November 2022 )
Formatsotf, woff, woff2
DescriptionA modular & monospaced typeface, characterized by its futuristic, monolithic, & 'blocky' appearance with a rigidly geometric style. Brutalist in nature, the letterforms follow a strict grid with slight optical adjustments to certain angles and strokes to guarantee a more balanced design.