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Usurp font

Usurp is a cut-rubber freak-out with . . . with . . . what were we talking about? Okay, yeah! It’s got letters, man. Lots of freaky letters that are all like whoa and rainbows trails shooting out and what have you. The OpenType format features autoligs which automatically swap common letter pairs with variations to create a more realistic, less repetitive effect. Usurp is based on Garamond letterforms if you think about it.

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  • Filesize: 282 KB
  • Monetary value: Free
  • Licence: Commercial

Designer Ray Larabie is a Canadian living in Japan who has been making fonts since 1996. His wife, Chikako, assists with font development and marketing.

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