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Symbols designed to match Regular and Stencil



Erratic shapes and bumpy edges



Boxy shapes and convex counterforms, in two styles



Alternate Q



Alternate 1



Alternate R



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Export Regular
Export Stencil

About Export

Rugged & unpretentious

While walking around New York City one day, Jesse Ragan happened upon a string of unconventional letters bluntly printed on the side of a cardboard shipping box from a hand-carved flexo plate. The letters’ original creator is unknown, but Jesse decided to pay homage to the unpretentious forms via an all-caps typeface, in Regular and Stencil versions, that preserves the brawn and bite of its analog inspiration.

A system of bulges and pinches underlies Export’s irreverent internal logic. Rough edges lend a soft finish to the face’s blocky heft. Eccentric shapes command attention when isolated, but an industrial rhythm takes hold in chunks of text.

Export Stencil turns the playful concept of the original on its side, with a network of breaks that are at once pragmatic and illogical. Although a collection of shipping caution symbols are enclosed, this is one durable package.


Jesse Ragan

Production assistant

Desmond Wong

Specimen PDF

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