SB Duplex Pixel is an experiment in legibility at low resolutions. It is a lower case only, pixel style typeface with an x-height of only two pixels. Although it is very difficult to make text this size easy to read, it attempts to retain some legibility by using hand anti-aliasing.
SB Duplex Dot follows the same formula but uses circles instead of pixels. It isn’t very legible, but works nicely as a more abstract graphic element to complement the pixel version.
Both fonts have SVG Color versions, covering transparent, opaque and reversed out use. There are also OpenType versions designed to be layered and recoloured.
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