Case Study Photography: Pietro Bucciarelli
Analo Grotesk is a non-conventional pixel typeface that blends the strongness of the grid and the essence of the grotesk. Its peculiarity is to have the modules rotated by 45 degrees in the inclined stems and in the curves, generating a promiscuous system within the individual letters. This creates less jagged shapes compared to a classic pixel font. The set includes an array of 270+ glyphs with eccentric alternates and dirty pop icons.