“… initially inspired by a few specific letters within an obscure logo of a radio company. The upper half of these letters appeared to be a sans whilst the lower half seemed to blend a slab serif with the fluidity of an upright script. First came Kevlar Bold in 2003, closely followed by a text weight Kevlar Regular. The original source of inspiration was revisited to develop the third and most ideosyncratic weight, Kevlar Slab.” — Letterbox
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