What if a typeface could tell you something, warping your words into a different message while you are typing? The answer comes in the form of "Disclosure Dingbats", the extremely usable dingbat font in two different styles and containing over 600 characters that cover varied subjects.
"DD is build upon the infamous Wingdings prophecies as a “what if typeface”: A typeface that can change what you type, perhaps telling you a lie, or perhaps the truth" inform, Typearture, the creators of "Disclosure Dingbats" which covers a variety of typographic needs.
From basic typographic icons like arrows, pointing hands, flags and clocks to more special ones such as planets, portraits and wonders of the world. Stonehenge, Saturn, the White House and small reptilian hands the "Disclosure Dingbats" offer everyday usability with many options.
"Each Disclosure Dingbats icon comes in two different styles: “Icon” for accompanying smallers texts and “Illustrative” for larger use. Both styles have their own unique visual style, and are not simply scaled up or down. The attention to detail in both styles makes it easy to let the dingbats fit your design, wether you use them stand-alone or together with text" they add. "But underneath all styles and icons, there is more: Popular and lesser known conspiracy theories, prophecies and visions are revealed through typing. The dingbats react to places, names, places and dates, showing the stories related to the keywords. The full width of conspiracies is hidden within, ranging from the monster of Loch Ness to the secret of the Grassy Knoll. With over 2500 programmed target words and a set of 666 characters, the Disclosure Dingbats reach as far as the Moon and back into hollow Earth. Each target word and visual representation is carefully chosen for it’s irrelevance and relevance, it’s ability to be mocked or to be questioned. All for the user to explore."
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