Created by type designer James Walker Puckett of Dunwich Type Founders, Antarctican is a display sans font family that comes with eighteen styles.
The Antarctican font family mixes ruler and compass geometry with American wood-type lettering. It includes deep notches, asymmetric contrast, and a tall x-height to improve legibility at small sizes while also making headlines more attention-grabbing when set large. All text styles are monospaced and headline styles are proportionally spaced; this allows text to be unconventional while still allowing headlines to weigh from thin to ultra-black.
With support for over 200 languages, the Antarctican font can be used by designers and readers all over the world. Its OpenType features include small caps, lining and superior/inferior numbers, prebuilt fractions in monospaced fonts, and arbitrary fractions in headline fonts, as well as ligatures. Just click on the following link if you want to have this typeface in your font library.
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