Using my Latin version as a starting point, Oded adapted Fit’s rigid design to suit the needs of the Hebrew alphabet. Taking into account the squareness of the letterforms and the direction in which they open, Ezer sensitively applied Fit’s system of alternating curves and corners. And just as my Latin mixes uppercase and lowercase forms to take up more space, Fit Hebrew seamlessly mixes block and cursive forms. Ezer pushes Fit’s Hebrew alphabet to surprising extremes, making it an unforgettable and adaptable tool for titling and poster work.
But wait...there’s more! To celebrate Fit’s first birthday, I’m also giving away this poster of Fit’s Sator Square to all Fit licensees who want one. You can also purchase the poster separately for $15.