A handful of designers decided to create a typeface which mimics the signs seen on trails and such at National Parks which are carved by router bits. It’s a playful round sans serif typeface offered in 4 weights.
The website they built for it includes sample shots from national parks signs and a great story about how they got to working on it.
Licensed under the SIL Open Font License at the time of this post.
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Published 17 December 2021