The Dekalb typeface was conceived of in 2013 after a day of photographing signage, murals and graffiti around Dekalb and Wyckoff avenues in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The initial drafts of the letterforms that were drawn that day eventually became Dekalb the typeface. —Pablo A Medina

The Dekalb family features three weights: Light, Regular, and Ultra; with matching Oblique styles for the Light and Regular. A Shaded Display style is also available for the Light, Regular, and Ultra weights. These eight fonts contain full Western European character sets and f-ligatures.