Pop Cubism

The Pop Cubism fonts are inspired by Roy Lichtenstein who combined the strong outlines and benday dots of Pop Art with the fragmented viewpoints and facet line divisions of Cubism. The bold letterforms are derived from a variety of styles, both serif and sans, angular and rounded.

Four fonts are included:

Pop Cubism Shaded contains the lines and dot tones for use in a single color.

Pop Cubism Outline, Pop Cubism Halftone Underlay, and Pop Cubism Color Underlay are a Color Kit – three fonts for overlaying different colors of lines, dot tones, and background color.