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Whirlybats x Recital earrings

Contributed by Alex Tomlinson on Nov 30th, 2020. Artwork published in
November 2020
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    Whirlybats x Recital earrings 1
    Recital. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Whirlybats is a dingbat font with a twist – instead of using variable font technology to squish and squash type, Whirlybats uses it to animate its 200+ glyphs. To celebrate its launch, fashion accessory studio Recital decided to create limited edition Whirlybat earrings.

    The packaging prominently features Whirly Birdie Narrow and Grinnell – the display font used for Recital’s logo. Small details make use of a lighter version of Whirly Birdie Narrow.

    Whirlybats x Recital earrings 2
    Recital. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Whirlybats x Recital earrings 3
    Recital. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Whirlybats x Recital earrings 4
    Recital. License: All Rights Reserved.

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    • Whirlybats
    • Whirly Birdie
    • Grinnell

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