If you've seen my work, then you probably know two things about me.
I love Helvetica
I love distressing the hell out of things
And one day I decided to combine both of those elements to create my own typeface that distorts the classic typeface but also compliments in a very interesting way.
Bleed allows you to mix and match the different fonts in the package, layering them on top of each other, or using independently (although Bleed 40 can be a bit hard to read by itself, who am I to judge). It also works in combination with Helvetica* or any other similar, sans-serif typeface (except Arial. NO ARIAL!).
This is my first attempt at making a typeface, and though Bleed has a tendency to need tweaking by it's true nature, I believe some will enjoy playing around with it... maybe that's you.
4 individual fonts (92 standard characters)
Both Open Type and True Type formats
Latin alphabet support only
Works in most digital design and art applications, including Adobe, Affinity, Procreate, Inkscape, Canva, and others.
LICENSES & TERMS
* Standard License grants commercial usage in most cases for 1 seat/user. Can be used on and up to 5,000 product units. Can be used for streaming up to 100,000 views. Cannot be used for software applications.
† The effects, filters, and adjustment layers shown in the example images are for display purposes and not included as part of the digital product.