by SymbioticDesign

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Derivative of Whichcraft.  Both Whichcraft & TRE45ON are fonts created by and Copyright by Doug Peters (SymbioticDesign).

Copyright 2019 Doug Peters ( or https://Dougs.Work) of Symbiotic Design (

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I guess I would classify this one as: Experimental.
Type: Slab Serif Caps with Sans?
Weight: Heavy.
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Commercial use: Yes!
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Info: Created on 3rd March 2019 . Last edited on Thu, 8th August.
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Another font to celebrate the long awaited Robert Mueller Report (sanitized and spun as a a healthy checkup by US AG William Barr, when it is anything but). 

This is a work in progress.

Yes, there WAS #Treason.  The orange idiot commits it publicly daily without missing a beat.

The font I originally started here was called Whichcraft, until I decided to do something totally different and started working on this one, TRE45ON, which is a drop caps font, but the capitals register are slab serifs and the lowercase are rounded sans serifs, representing the two faced iodiocy of the old fart we have for persodent that invites the Russians to conduct cyberwarfare against US, "loves WikiLeaks" and bows to Putin at every opportunity.

I also started working on another one, I created Cover Up Lies from this one, but went back to TRE45ON, so this one is the furthest along of all of them, so far.

Comment by SymbioticDesign Thu, 18th April

Each side accuses the other side of treason. Still, this is a delightful font :)

Comment by jonrgrover Fri, 19th April

@jonrgrover... This isn't the forum for debate, and although I do agree, there are accusations on both sides, I would happily debate the hard facts of the subject somewhere if you would like.  Just DM me and we can exchange emails or find a nuetral ground for the conversation.

That said, politics aside, thanks for the complement.  This one breaks some rules, as I have been known to do.  Who ever heard of a heard of a drop caps font with a slab serif uppercase and a rounded sans lowercase, but often opposites attract.

Comment by SymbioticDesign Fri, 19th April

I agree, i's eye-catching, unusual. Not meaning to ""criticise"":  this teeters on the edge of kitsch :D = a wonderful change from syrupy or predictable designs (no comment on the philosophy ;) ) 

Comment by Aeolien Sun, 21st April

LOL... thanks, Aeolin. 

Comment by SymbioticDesign Sun, 21st April

This is a lot.. It's retro, It has a little futuristic touch, it's western but also reflects some disco, the curly and pointy tips even give it some fantasy-ish appeal. But above all, a very cool display font!

GJ mate!

Comment by Sed4tives Sun, 21st April

Thanks, @Sed4tives.  ;)

Comment by SymbioticDesign Sun, 21st April

One might say this has got a real funk_king vibe. Well done!

Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) Sun, 21st April

Thanks, William!  ;)

Comment by SymbioticDesign Mon, 22nd April

All Basic Latin Letters Kerned.

Comment by SymbioticDesign Thu, 8th August

So far as I can quickly spot the following letters often need to be slightly closer to adjacent characters (a, l, v, y, z etc.) I probably missed a couple, but I highlighted some for you. I dont talk about big values here, but these could use a slight adjustment.

cheers mate!

Comment by Sed4tives Thu, 8th August

Holy crap, you were right.  I thought I did those.

OK, got 'em.  A few of those I did do, but not many.  I think I was looking forward to nestling the lowercase into the uppercase, which is sort of what this was all about, with the two face styles (serif with a big slab head and a rounded lowercase that fits right into it like it is sucking off its tit).

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