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Matt Willey's Blakey Slab typeface
Blakey Slab Bold & Regular

BLAKEY SLAB

Blakey Slab is a condensed, all-caps slab serif typeface in two weights, Regular & Bold. It was originally designed by Matt Willey to be donated to the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union).

Blakey Slab was used in the New York Times Magazine L.A. Noir ‘Great Performances’ issues published in print and also used online in an experimental video series which received wide acclaim for the sharp presentation and elegant use of this unexpected type choice.

In 2020 Matt became a partner at Pentagram in New York and donated a further 5 type families to BuyFontsSaveLives including Blakey Slab.

All BFSL typefaces sold will raise much needed funds for Cancer Research & MacMillan Cancer Support; your purchase could literally save lives. Thank you.

Blakey Slab has equal heights and widths
L.A. Noir issue of NYT Magazine featuring Blakey Slab

LICENCE OPTIONS

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Desktop Licence

A licence to install the font(s) on a Mac or Windows computer/laptop etc for use with desktop software programs and printers. One time fee based on number of users.


Webfont Licence

A licence to embed the web formatted versions of the font(s) on your website using the CSS @font-face rule. One time licence based on your site’s average monthly pageviews.


App Licence

A licence to embed the font(s) into a digital app developed for mobile or tablet use. App licences are multi platform (e.g. iOS, Android, Windows Phone) and priced per title.


ePub Licence

A licence to embed the font(s) into commercial PDFs or electronic publications such as eBooks, eMagazines or eNewspapers sold to customers or subscribers. Priced per title.