Here comes our new Aerobik display typeface! With its unique bouncing aesthetics made of outlines, it does not match any existing typographic style. It refers as much to graffiti in some aspects as to the way motion and speed are represented in comic books.
Conceived to be used with regular case or capital letters, it turns out to be surprisingly readable in both ways.
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