Black Pack

Loosely inspired by the odd bold plastic shops signs from the 60s and 70s, Black Pack is powerful and beautiful.

The Black Pack started as a very, very, simple group of letters without curves to practice transforming them with Python scripting, but quite soon I give up the programming idea and started to enjoy drawing more and more widths and styles.

The aim was to develop a really bold font in many widths to fit easily any copy in any layout.

It finished with four different styles and eight widths and a random witch changes between the eight widths. A set of 32 fonts to design any strong and black layout.

And now, it offers with a Pay-what-you-want system.

Warning: It doesn’t allow 0 euros donations. ;-)

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Black Pack has four different styles. I call them styles, not weights, the differences are in the design and stress, besides the weight. To have a consistent design tool, they all share the same glyph widths and spacing (except for a few letters in BP4).

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Each style has eight different widths, to make bold and tight layouts.

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There is also a Random weight, dancing between widths.

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Black Pack

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Black Pack is sold in a Pay What You Want basis for a desktop license for one computer (1€ minimum).

Please contact me for web, ePub, server or extended licenses.

 

Black Pack is sold exclusively on this site.

 

Black Pack complete set

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Styles

Black Pack 1 Tight

I see a red door and I want it painted black

Black Pack 1 Condensed

¿Qué podemos hacer con tanto dinero?

Black Pack 1 Narrow

The kids are losing their minds

Black Pack 1 Regular

Second verse, same as the first

Black Pack 1 Random

Still I’m gonna miss you

Black Pack 1 Thick

I got soul and I’m super bad

Black Pack 1 Wide

¡Fai un sol de carallo!

Black Pack 1 Fat

Under my thumb

Black Pack 1 Blow Up

Twist and shout!

Black Pack 2 Tight

Con las intenciones de forrarse de momento

Black Pack 2 Condensed

Up on the roof, out on the street

Black Pack 2 Narrow

Neuf cent millions de crève-la-faim

Black Pack 2 Regular

Diet, Crime & Delinquency

Black Pack 2 Random

Just leave a dime for beer

Black Pack 2 Thick

Será de tanto cubata

Black Pack 2 Wide

Whoa baby will travel!

Black Pack 2 Fat

Pepperoni eyes

Black Pack 2 Blow Up

Waddlin’ around

Black Pack 3 Tight

Where the sun don’t ever shine

Black Pack 3 Condensed

No hagas caso a esta canción

Black Pack 3 Narrow

You are going to miss me when I’m gone!

Black Pack 3 Regular

I got the rockin’ pneumonia

Black Pack 3 Random

You know you twist so fine

Black Pack 3 Thick

Give me a one way ticket

Black Pack 3 Wide

Sólo vine a comprar pan

Black Pack 3 Fat

Ando meio desligado

Black Pack 3 Blow Up

Galicia Canibal

Black Pack 4 Tight

Let the Midnight Special shine her light on me

Black Pack 4 Condensed

Enróllate en el espejo del ascensor

Black Pack 4 Narrow

Parce que je suis opportuniste

Black Pack 4 Regular

I took some money from the jar

Black Pack 4 Random

¿Qué es esta guasa?

Black Pack 4 Thick

Black as night, black as coal

Black Pack 4 Wide

Olho e não vejo nada

Black Pack 4 Fat

I got some dirty boots

Black Pack 4 Blow Up

You Really Got Me

Character Set

Uppercase, lowercase & figures

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz

0123456789

Diacritics and foreign characters set (based on the Latin Plusencoding by Underware)

ÁĂǍÂÄẠÀĀĄÅǺÃÆǼĆČÇĈĊÐĎĐÉĔĚÊËĖẸÈĒĘẼĞǦĜĢĠĦĤIJÍĬǏÎÏİỊÌĪĮĨĴĶĹĽĻĿŁŃŇŅŊƝÑÓŎǑÔÖỌÒŐŌǪØǾÕŒÞŔŘŖŚŠŞŜȘẞƏŦŤŢȚÚŬǓÛÜǗǙǛǕỤÙŰŪŲŮŨẂŴẄẀÝŶŸỲȲỸŹŽŻ áăǎâäạàāąåǻãæǽćčçĉċðďđéĕěêëėẹèēęẽğǧĝģġħĥıíĭǐîïịìijīįĩĵķĸĺľļŀłńʼnňņŋɲñóŏǒôöọòőōǫøǿõœþŕřŗśšşŝșßəŧťţțúŭǔûüǘǚǜǖụùűūųůũẃŵẅẁýŷÿỳȳỹźžż

Quotes, punctuation & symbols

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OpenType

Case sensitive forms

¿hola? ¿HOLA?

Localized forms

Diyarbakır  Il·lògic

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FUNK

Lavapiés City

Lavapiés is a central neighbourhood of the city of Madrid, centered on the Plaza de Lavapiés. It was the Jewish quarter of the city until the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492, the church of San Lorenzo being built on the former site of the synagogue. The name literally means “wash feet”, and may refer to the ritual washing of one’s feet before entering the temple, possibly in the fountain in Plaza de Lavapiés which no longer exists.

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