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Fnord by Paulo Goode – the best side of a conspiracy
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Fnord by Paulo Goode – the best side of a conspiracy

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Fnord is the latest font family, released by the Irish designer Paulo Goode. This time his inspiration comes from an unusual source – the 1970’s works of the authors Robert Anton Wilson and Robert Shea. The word “fnord” in particular is central to their conspiracy fiction The Illuminatus Trilogy. In these books this fictional word has hypnotic power over the unenlightened and brings about feeling of fear and confusion in them. However, it were several important numbers in the novels – 5, 17, 23, 40 and 93 that had the greatest impact on how Fnord typeface was drawn and looks in terms of geometry and spacing.

Fnord is a serif font family with pronounced humanist appearance. It includes five weights in four styles – Regular, Italic, Condensed and Extended, plus the very interesting display Inline font. Each font contains over 650 glyphs with full European character set. On top of that, Fnord offers superb small caps and great OpenType ligatures and alternates as well as lining figures. Overall, this typeface gives plenty of typographic opportunities and will help the more experienced designers to get perfect results that will be unique. Fnord will be most appropriate for titling, headlines, display purposes and especially branding.

Fnord font family is another masterpiece release of the Cork based Paulo Goode after his Carrig and Eponymous typefaces. Once again, like it was in his previous fonts, Paulo shows us that the inspiration for a really talented artist can come from virtually anywhere.

Get Fnord font family and fly on the wings on inspiration!

Designer & Publisher: Paulo Goode




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