You are allowed to use SQUID for every kind of publication (electronic/print), it doesn't matter if its commercial or not. You can copy and give … Read More
You are allowed to use SQUID for every kind of publication (electronic/print), it doesn't matter if its commercial or not. You can copy and give it away to your friends as long as the font-info-file is included with the postscript or true type data.
It may not be remade or redistributed in any way: it may not be made available for download, it may not be sold, it may not be included in any kind of software collection or website without the express written permission of the designer. Felix Braden shall, in no event, be liable for any damages arising out of the use or inability to use this font.
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Squid was created in 2002 by Felix Braden and is best used as a headline font for futuristic geometric typography. The letterforms are constructed by only a few number of elements and three different angles. Because of this fact especially the lower case letters got a very expressive and paticular look. The upper case letters and small caps are more legibile and bear a resemblance to stencil fonts used in military contexts.