What is the BenderHead AEF™ font?
Now, more than ever, the world needs BenderHead.
Why? – Because… it just does. Don’t ask why, just take our word for it.
BenderHead has its thicks and thins all mixed up. For you typographic aficionados, stroke weights and hairline weights aren’t consistent, and many rules of typographic design were broken to make this font. More…
We’re sure there’s a use for it… we’ve used it on CD covers and posters – and have seen it on a poster for the Zelda video game at Babbages.
It’s offered here for the first time through Altered Ego Fonts.
I don’t think we need to explain its history, its inspiration, or its historical reference to you… (we’re not certain there is any.) Just accept it as it is, and use it profusely.
Benderhead AEF features a full character set, including the Euro. It supports the following codepages:
-Latin 2 (Eastern Europe)
AEF highly recommends the OpenType version for compatibility with future Macintosh and Windows operating systems. Not to mention they work better in Adobe InDesign.
BenderHead AEF™ Font families
The BenderHead AEF™ includes the following font families:
- Bender Head AEF
BenderHead AEF™ Preview
Here is a preview of how BenderHead AEF™ will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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