Smashing Magazine #232:

When Jeremy Shellhorn was hiking through a national park, he wondered if the text on the ubiquitous wooden signs that show the way was actually a typeface. It turned out that no, and so Jeremy gathered a team of fellow designers, including the Media Program Manager of Rocky Mountain National Park, to turn the system of paths, points, and curves that are usually carved with a router bit into a real typeface. The result — the National Park Typeface — is available in four weights and can be downloaded for free. Outdoor vibes guaranteed.

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