UNDATAME is a typeface developed for a school project named "UNDATA" during 2008. The project related to the deliberate corruption of imagery, video and sound - fitting with the theme, this typeface was created to market the project and to use as supplemental text throughout the project. The typeface has a pixelated, yet abstract and geometric feel to it, but delves into the "glitch" or "corrupted" aesthetic. It sometimes does not use proper upper or lowercase depending on the character; however, this was intentional as the font was originally to be used as a "mixed case" font, for example: "LiKe ThIs", to further the original concept behind it. Punctuation follows a strict, inverted block style format that contrasts and differs greatly from the rest of the characters. Use this font in any way you want just as long as you don't sell it directly. If you use it in any commercial or personal work, please let me know although you are not required to.
Undatame font contains 107 defined characters and 101 unique glyphs. The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (93), Latin-1 Supplement (1), Spacing Modifier Letters (1), General Punctuation (11).
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