A narrowly constructed alphabet has continuously held the attention of type designers for more than a hundred years. Architects in particular like to make use of its compositionality and ability to build strong, compact blocks. Letters then open their inner brightness and formability in thin fonts. Galaxy typeface is a synthesis of shape elements of the 20th century as well as a reference to Art Deco aesthetics of some letters. It is today that all these impulses find reception for their playfulness and decorative richness. The dimensionally excessive Galaxy system can fulfil even the most extreme ideas. The typeface is not made for typesetting of long texts, but its graphic robustness makes it suitable for attractive occasional typesetting of headlines, fashion magazines, posters and the like. There are no lower case letters in this alphabet. A suitable combination can be with all fonts of Fenomen typeface, from the basic version to extra narrow fonts.
Rostislav Vaněk, Tomáš Nedoma
Localized Forms, Discretionary Ligatures
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