Hyperstition. Religious Politics and Political Religion
Far Out. Social Progression and Technological Innovation
Deep Field. Planetary Evolution and Phylanthropy
Highly reputable and credible sources created out of thin air with the density of a diamond core. Fact based scientific exploration wherein hard truths discovered are revealed and digested through rational, calculated thought. Science, the new cool thing.
American journalist Hunter S. Thompson (July 18, 1937 – February 20, 2005). A southern gentleman into which every known substance, (and some unknown) were consumed and used as fuel for his palpable writing. The creator of Gonzo journalism, loosely tied with fact, his wild commentary of goings on throughout his life shed light on the lesser focused depravity of humanity.
Maybe not so much a villain, but the embodiment of a caricature, in a tale he himself created. Hopefully, whoever picks up this issue has some reference of back story. Warning, experiences may differ. “Buy the ticket, take the ride.”-HST
Georgia’s identity is built into the early internet. Due to its veteran status and popularity new versions have been released in addition to its standard formats. Some variations include additional weights, specialized capitals and extensions to kerning.
Georgia’s bold setting is unusually bold. Created with a binary bitmap, pixels are either on or off, (black or white). Due to resolution limitations in the 90’s, bolded Georgia text is 2 pixels larger than most other computer fonts.
Designed to be easily readable on a computer screen even at small sizes. Georgia has a large x-height and an italic axis inspired by calligraphy. The lower case is designed to blend into continuous text.