Troptical Variable Font

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNÑOPQRSTUVWXYZ - 0123456789 - abcdefghijklmnñopqrstuvwxyz -

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNÑOPQRSTUVWXYZ - 0123456789 - abcdefghijklmnñopqrstuvwxyz -


A hypnotic, energetic multilinear typeface.

Troptical is a typeface that’s all rhythm and movement. Featuring concentric lines and angular construction, Troptical is inspired by the dazzling dynamism of op-art and the clever geometry of Latin American design — with a dash of 8-bit video game playfulness.

Beneath its art-party, sporting-stripe vibes, this typeface is practical to the core. Troptical’s modular, building-block characters are sized to be modular and were born to stack. Troptical features 45 unique fonts: 5 widths interchangeable across its 3 styles (standard, square and round) each available in light, regular and bold weights. Each font includes standard upper and lowercase glyph sets (A-Z, a-z, 0-9, punctuation and a few currency symbols) plus eñes and lowercase diacritics so you can use all that kinetic opticality en Español too.

Character widths are standard across all styles so you can mix and match styles and quickly create optical, dynamic typographic designs for when you just need your stills to move. Each style also available as a variable typeface for even more flexibility.

With it’s dazzling lines and modular construction, Troptical is perfect for logos, large and graphic headers, publishing applications, presentations, packaging, apparel, merchandise and pedestrian-focused outdoor signage. Each character is made to work well with others, but can also be used on its own as a drop-cap or illustration.

Troptical is the ambitious second typeface released by In-House creative studio team, a vast and technical typeface that’s equal parts structure and magic, inspired in this case by the Op-Art that surrounded the In-House studio founders in their hometown of Caracas. With this new release designed by Alexander Wright, In-House traces a clear direction for our foundry’s style and vision: “unapologetically exuberant display typefaces.”