Regular Italic Mono Regular Typewriter Regular Regular Typewriter Medium Medium Italic Medium Mono Medium Typewriter Semibold Semibold Semibold Italic Mono Semibold Bold Bold Italic Mono Bold Typewriter Bold Extrabold Italic Typewriter Extrabold Extrabold Mono Extrabold Black Italic Mono Black Black Typewriter Black
Bull-5 derives from a particular style of typewriter fonts that emerged in the 1960s, presumably introduced through Olivetti. To preserve its raw and mechanical character, Bull-5’s Mono style is drawn in coherence with the source material, including all its quirks and irregular proportions. It is accompanied by a proportional style (Regular) for greater legibility and a Slab-Serif style (Typewriter) to embrace another iconic characteristic of typewriter fonts. All styles are linked through bold punctuation and optional features like the double-width M, W, and their lowercase counterparts, along with typically serifed letters such as I, i, J, and j.