2020– | 24 styles | Available through Future Fonts
Dolph consists of three subfamilies from a real monospaced to a barely proportional one. Dolph YY (“one”) is a true monospaced family with fixed width and no kerning whatsoever, whereas in Dolph KAA and KOO (“two” and “three”) the characters are divided into two and three width groups, producing gradually more even texture, while keeping the overall appearance still rather crude and irregular. Contradicting the relatively sober upright styles, the italics perform in a more uncanny manner. Horizontal proportions have been flipped vertically producing an overall top-heavy texture, which adds to the already steep 21 degree slope.
Dolph is currently in a work-in-progress state. It can be licensed as a whole family through Future Fonts. You will receive all future updates for free.
Lining figures (default)
Punctuation and symbols
Mathematical symbols and currencies
|Company size||Full family|
|≤ 2||$ 160|
|≤ 5||$ 240|
|≤ 10||$ 400|
|≤ 20||$ 640|
|≤ 50||$ 1,040|
|≤ 100||$ 1,680|
|≤ 200||$ 2,720|
|≤ 500||$ 4,400|
|≤ 1,500||$ 7,120|
Pricing for companies larger than 1,500 employees, please contact via email.
All prices are shown without taxes.
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