Foundry Dit and Dat are created with a common horizontal dash grid structure for accurate layering when characters are superimposed. Dat’s integrated background aligns vertically and horizontally, when set solid, forming a continuous pattern. Dit functions as a legible correspondence font, with a ‘typewriter’ feel. Each family contains: light, regular, medium and bold weights, with a series of dashes to extend the grid. Characters can 
also be offset to make different patterns – in the process becoming images – a graphic language with total integration of form and function.

The Foundry font collection is now available exclusively from Monotype. Selecting the ‘License this font’ button on this page will automatically take you to the relevant place on the Monotype site.

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