Marbla | Katharina Gresch

A playful and fun new variable font, which lets you control the amount of thickness in three novel ways: ink trap, ballooning, and curve. The result are letterforms that almost seem to disassemble as you max out the variability, but that can still snap back to a (fairly) typical sans-serif if wanted:

The text "marbla" in a sans-serif, black font on a purple background, suddenly begins deforming, each letter getting wider and bolder, but also with more space between the strokes.
It's a lovely, organic feeling watching it deform on hover.

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