Presley Slab Font Family

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The lightest weight of Presley Slab takes inspiration from a late nineteenth-century type specimen, but what began as a decorative and delicate contrasted serif stirred Alejandro Paul’s imagination to conjure voluptuous reverse contrasted letterforms. These became the heaviest weight of Presley Slab that nods to the King of rock ’n roll’s lacquered hairstyle with its idiosyncratic ball terminals – which also give this font family its name. Its playful allure and swagger remains visible in the weights that stand between these two extremes but as the curls loosened, many things happened in the design process including the appearance of swashes and alternates.


: Aug 3, 2019
: RAR

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