The Subway Types

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What is the The Subway Types font?

The idea was to create a package containing prominent tag styles of graffiti strongholds like New York, Berlin and Paris. Shik (New York), Deon (Paris) and Etan (Berlin) came together to show the typical tag styles of their respective metropolitan areas. The fonts were digitized, spaced, kerned and programmed by Hannes von Döhren.
The Subway Types are highly equipped. Each one consists of 4 alphabets (Uppercase, Lowercase, Small Caps & Swash). They also include ligatures and some specials like underlines and a huge range of accents for a wide language support. More…
With the OpenType technology these features can be applied easily.
For those who never used the OpenType features, we created the Std (Standard) and the SC (Small Caps) versions of the fonts. They contain the same basic characters like the OT versions but are split in two fonts. Hence you don’t need any OpenType knowledge to use the Std and SC fonts.

The Subway Types Font families

The The Subway Types includes the following font families:

  • Subway New York OT
  • Subway New York Std
  • Subway New York SC
  • Subway Paris OT
  • Subway Paris Std
  • Subway Paris SC
  • Subway Berlin OT
  • Subway Berlin Std
  • Subway Berlin SC
  • Subway Extras

The Subway Types Preview

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