Matt Willey has a history of turning out bespoke typefaces for projects—and then turning them into funding for crucial causes afterward.
The Pentagram partner, who served as art director of The New York Times Magazine up until December, has put his Blakey Slab typeface to work for the ACLU, and his MFred and TIMMONS typefaces collectively raised nearly $90,000 for Cancer Research UK and Macmillman Cancer Support via BuyFontsSaveLives.
Now, as BuyFontsSaveLives works on a new website, Willey is directing all proceeds from the sale of five of his typefaces to The Bail Fund Project.
Check out the faces below—and to buy one (or all) to support The Bail Fund Project, click here.
NSW01—a condensed headline typeface
AType Stencil—an all-caps typeface
Blakey Slab Regular & Bold—a condensed all-caps slab serif
MFred Rounded—an all-caps typeface in Regular and Heavy weights
BWord—an all-caps typeface in Regular and Bold weights