Today’s Type Tuesday treat comes from P22, the Rochester, NY–based independent design group that’s been crafting type from historical inspiration since 1994. The “four-member” font family Bangersfield was designed by Robby Woodard, who also desgined P22’s Nudgewink.

From the foundry: 

“With line treatments clearly inspired by cased meat products, these fonts function as a healthier alternative to Comic Sans. The casual handlettering works well for lighthearted design and comic lettering. These fonts are stuffed with opentype features, extra ornaments and a full Central European character set—over 400 characters per serving. Satisfy your hunger for a fresh take on a stale genre!”

Find out more about the font over at P22.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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