Saint Pixel

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Saint Pixel


Language support

Afrikaans, Basque, Catalan, Danois, Néerlandais, Anglais, Féroïen, Philippin, Français, Galicien, Allemand, Islandais, Indonésien, Irlandais, Italien, Malais, Norvégien Bokmål, Portugais, Espagnol, Swahili, Suédois, Gallois, Zoulou

License

Saint Pixel is distributed under Fellowship License (VFL).
Read the license here!

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A pixel typeface designed during the 36 days of type Challenge 2021. 


The pixel is the basic unit of a digital image. This small, elementary square is at the heart of how our screens work. But where does the word pixel come from? It is commonly accepted that this term is a contraction of "Picture Elements". But a parallel story attributes its origin to a 12th century Breton illuminator, Saint Pixel (1099-1144). The patron saint of illustrators, designers and picture makers in Epinal, he was canonised for the miracles attributed to him and for the beauty of his illuminations. The character name is dedicated to his memory.

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