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Hi all, does anybody know what this bitmapped typeface is? (Vein Magazine)

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Parchachuen

Looking at the project it seems as though the designer/designers might have bitmapped a classic serif typeface themselves. Though i'm not 100% sure. If they havent, does anybody know what bitmapped edit this is? / If you guys think they have, does anybody know what the original serif typeface is?

 

Thanks a bunch.

 

The project- Vein Magazine, 11th Issue: https://the-dots.com/projects/vein-magazine-11th-issue-177350

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Riccardo Sartori

Looking at the other spreads, my impression is that they took a generic pixel font and artificially stretched or compressed it as needed. But I’m not sure which width (if any) among those shown is the original.

As for ultra-wide serif typefaces, you can find something of similar proportions among the (not always good) digitisations of the style of lettering used on old trains, for example: Steamroller, Railroad Roman 1916.

 

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