AN INCESSANT UNKNOWABILITY: AN ARCHIVE OF PROTEST INSPIRED TYPOGRAPHY AND IT’S OPEN SOURCE USES
132 x 196mm, 120 pages, Risograph printing, Perfect bound, Softcover, Ed. of 400, 2024
An Incessant Unknowability: An Archive of Protest Inspired Typography and it’s Open Source Uses is the 2nd in volume in the GenderFail, Anthology of Queer Typography ongoing series . This second volume centers on the open source uses of our fonts from 2018 (when the first font was made) to the present. The fonts uses presented in this book account for just the knowable uses of the 10 GenderFail fonts. This book features 26 unique open source uses catagorized into four different sections: Personal, collective institutional, and protest. Finding these works can be hard and one of the only ways is either being tagged on instagram or being emailed directly from the makers. It’s amazing to think there are numerous other uses of our fonts that I will never see.
This new anthology features a new commissioned essay by emily sara of Cripple.