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Ethoma is a simple, low-resolution pixel bitmap font, intended to share the industrial, squared visual style seen in Tahoma and MS Sans Serif.
Originally known as Elt. Sistema, Ethoma was designed by Daniel Philip Fox and initially released in May 2017, as a font for personal use which gave the robust results of MS Sans Serif, but avoiding licensing and distribution issues and refining some glyphs for better legibility and crispness. Over time, the font gained incremental changes, for example increasing the roundness of certain glyphs such as the lowercase 'n', eventually forming the present-day version of Ethoma, a highly legible and pixel-optimised bitmap font optimised for any length of body text, without sacrificing the delicious classic look.
|Info:||Created on 30th May 2017 . Last edited on 23rd September 2018.|
|License||All Rights Reserved. No download available.|