The Super Fat Piepie Typeface from Flat-it

The Piepie typeface, a super fat and super sassy font for titlings and captions from type foundry Flat-it.

Ryoichi Tsunekawa is a Japanese type designer and founder of the Flat-it font foundry. The creative designer has created the Piepie typeface in 2014. It’s a super fat and super sassy font intended for titlings and captions.

Its OpenType character set consists of 461 glyphs. This playful and very heavy typeface has super mini ascenders and descenders, a big x-height, and alternate characters for the letters: K, R, and Y!

You can buy this font on MyFonts.

Piepie, a very heavy typeface for titlings and captions from type foundry Flat-it.
Piepie, a very heavy typeface for titlings and captions from type foundry Flat-it.
A font with super mini ascenders and descenders, ultra big x-height for titlings, and some OpenType alternates.
A font with super mini ascenders and descenders, ultra big x-height for titlings, and some OpenType alternates.
This is the playful Piepie font from Ryoichi Tsunekawa's Flat-it type foundry.
This is the playful Piepie font from Ryoichi Tsunekawa’s Flat-it type foundry.
Example of use.
Example of use.
Piepie, a super fat and super sassy typeface by Ryoichi Tsunekawa.
Piepie, a super fat and super sassy typeface by Ryoichi Tsunekawa.

The typeface is available for purchase on MyFonts.com

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