The logotype is a modified version of Jubilat Medium with an increased x-height, a tightened ‘rn’ pair, and a star in place of the ‘i’ dot.
There are more than two fonts in the many pictures here. Why didn’t you include their names?
Are you referring to the handwriting typeface used for “not the billionaires”? True, that’s not identified yet.
There are several styles of Freight Sans in use. We generally list the names of typeface families, not of individual styles.
Freight Sans lowercase letters are so different stylistically from the uppercase, that’s where my confusion came from.
I see. All caps is often neglected as means of adding an extra layer of typographic variation, even though it comes at no extra cost — unlike italics or a secondary typeface — in terms of licensing or page load.
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