Modulord is inspired from an early-century display type, later used as the cover text for a series of German wizard novels. With its harsh structure and modular grid, the type was brought forward into a seemingly dystopian digital age. It retains a strong personality with it’s forty-five degree angles and disciplined form, with moments of decorative line choice. However, stripped of its original context and rounded form in exchange for perfect obedience in the grid, the Modulord is a representation of cultural deterioration in the post-industrialized, post-digital world.
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