Muni Tall

by Nate Cox (nathancox)
Cloned from Muni by Nate Cox (nathancox).

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Muni is based on the characters of the automated displays on the newer Muni trains around San Francisco. See also Muni Tall. Use Muni and Muni Tall together for a complete character set including diacritics, small caps, small caps and lining figures, ligatures and Muni logo dingbats.
Info: Created on 8th March 2008 . Last edited on 22nd June 2009.
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great. thx.
Comment by aketler1 3rd April 2008
thank you! :)
Comment by aletsandra 8th April 2008
thamks man
Comment by juandsgn 19th April 2008
Love this one. The LCD on-train subway displays in NY have a similar grid. I've been designing this face (in my head) based on that system for a year or more.
I'll need to find another distraction on my commute!
Comment by merola 18th May 2008
Love it! I'm looking for these "realistic" fonts. A lot of fonts try to hide the pixel underneath, fonts like yours simply lie about them :-D
Comment by q335r49 25th January 2010
i love the upper case "Q" ^_^
Comment by mad 25th January 2010

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