Jammer is a shameless typographic "genre" smasher that takes the constraints of a SERIFED-MONOSPACE-PIXEL-FONT and fits as much character as possible into a bare-bones grid. Although it resembles some of the earliest bitmap fonts, Jammer has the freedom of breaking away from perfectly square grids—8x8, 16x16, etc. The new 12x19 grid (and a few decades of font technology development) gave me the freedom to expand Jammer beyond the limited character sets of those early digital typefaces. Jammer was designed around a single style and supports more than 150 Latin-based languages.

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