FF Oxide is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Christian Schwartz in 2005. It’s an uppercase-only design with flat-sided letterforms that are derived from rectangular shapes—this style of design is sometimes referred to as gaspipe. FF Oxide is available in three weights—light, regular and bold. There is also a stencil version available called FF Oxide Stencil.
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