SB Grip was originally a pixelfont and took its name from its similarity to the type of gripped steel flooring that features a repeating pattern. It was based on a repeating, pixellated triangle and was designed to be layered over photography with the imagery showing through the spaces between the triangles. Now SB Grip has been expanded into a large family of 71 styles, comprising various high-resolution shapes, all designed to be precisely combined and layered with one another.
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