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Computer Arts

Diary feature on Superfried

Superfried were approached by Computer Arts Magazine Computer Arts Magazine for a feature to discuss the development of the typeface Rails. The article covered the development process, and derivation from our previous release Neon, over three pages.

The article can be viewed here.

Rails is an experimental, outline display typeface. Rails is available in four styles: display, solid, broken and solid broken. Each style in the Rails family consist of 266 glyphs and are available for purchase at Hype for Type, MyFonts and You Work for Them.

Neon is an experimental, retro display typeface. Neon features two distinct styles which can be switched via shift. It is available at Hype for Type, MyFonts and You Work for Them.