“We’re in the Victoria and Albert Museum preparing to rifle through your drawers It’s truly an amazing thing” – Tilda Swinton
Doctrine is the new typeface from VirusFonts. It is the first to be released by the foundry in three years and found its debut outing on the new David Bowie album The Next Day.
Doctrine is the new typeface from VirusFonts. It is the first to be released by the foundry in three years and found its debut outing on the new David Bowie album The Next Day. Doctrine is VirusFonts’ take on the Modernist Sans, built from the ground up in Opentype with each weight containing a vast array of alternative characters to add creative quirks to your designs. Until 13 May 2013, Doctrine and Doctrine Stencil are available exclusively from VirusFonts at a special introductory price of $217.50 for the complete family (that’s 25% off the normal retail price of $290.00).
A utilitarian display typeface with a muscular character, Doctrine Stencil is the revolutionary comrade of the text typeface Doctrine. From the obscure starting point of the North Korean national airline livery, Doctrine Stencil has grown to encompass a series of more mature typographic influences. By blending elements of twentieth-century neo-grotesque, humanist and geometric styles, Doctrine Stencil is at once universal and idiosyncratic.
We are now selling our fonts as part of a package of fonts, enabling you to buy a combination of fonts more cost-effectively. There are six packages: