Fuqua Typeface Specimen

Fuqua began as a class project at TypeParis in 2017. It is inspired by the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The design references the identity of its people, its industrial history, and its football team, the Steelers. Tough but friendly, sturdy and reliable, blue-collar and rugged, but with a certain degree of technical finesse.

Fuqua Typeface Specimen
Fuqua Typeface Specimen

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End your evening at the Polish Hill institution located at 3117 Brereton St., 412-681-1658, widely regarded as one of the best dive bars in Pittsburgh.

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End your evening at the Polish Hill institution located at 3117 Brereton St., 412-681-1658, widely regarded as one of the best dive bars in Pittsburgh.

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End your evening at the Polish Hill institution located at 3117 Brereton St., 412-681-1658, widely regarded as one of the best dive bars in Pittsburgh.

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End your evening at the Polish Hill institution located at 3117 Brereton St., 412-681-1658, widely regarded as one of the best dive bars in Pittsburgh.

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End your evening at the Polish Hill institution located at 3117 Brereton St., 412-681-1658, widely regarded as one of the best dive bars in Pittsburgh.

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End your evening at the Polish Hill institution located at 3117 Brereton St., 412-681-1658, widely regarded as one of the best dive bars in Pittsburgh.

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End your evening at the Polish Hill institution located at 3117 Brereton St., 412-681-1658, widely regarded as one of the best dive bars in Pittsburgh.

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Fuqua Typeface Specimen
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Nowadays Squirrel Hill is a thriving neighborhood in the eastern part of Pittsburgh. It is the largest and most populous of Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods, comprising about 26,500 people within a 3.89 square-mile area. The entire neighborhood is located on a hill rather than nestled in a valley, which is an important factor in its history. Until the late 1800s, Squirrel Hill remained farmland, with a few coal mines scattered around, while most of Pittsburgh’s early industrial and residential development took place elsewhere in its valleys and along its riverbanks. The first inhabitants of Squirrel Hill were Native Americans, who possibly came here in prehistoric times. They used the hill as a hunting ground. The area was rich in game. A salt lick near the mouth of Nine Mile Run attracted wildlife. Squirrels were so numerous the Native Americans are said to have given the name “Squirrel Hill” to the hill.

Nowadays Squirrel Hill is a thriving neighborhood in the eastern part of Pittsburgh. It is the largest and most populous of Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods, comprising about 26,500 people within a 3.89 square-mile area. The entire neighborhood is located on a hill rather than nestled in a valley, which is an important factor in its history. Until the late 1800s, Squirrel Hill remained farmland, with a few coal mines scattered around, while most of Pittsburgh’s early industrial and residential development took place elsewhere in its valleys and along its riverbanks. The first inhabitants of Squirrel Hill were Native Americans, who possibly came here in prehistoric times. They used the hill as a hunting ground. The area was rich in game. A salt lick near the mouth of Nine Mile Run attracted wildlife. Squirrels were so numerous the Native Americans are said to have given the name “Squirrel Hill” to the hill.

Nowadays Squirrel Hill is a thriving neighborhood in the eastern part of Pittsburgh. It is the largest and most populous of Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods, comprising about 26,500 people within a 3.89 square-mile area. The entire neighborhood is located on a hill rather than nestled in a valley, which is an important factor in its history. Until the late 1800s, Squirrel Hill remained farmland, with a few coal mines scattered around, while most of Pittsburgh’s early industrial and residential development took place elsewhere in its valleys and along its riverbanks. The first inhabitants of Squirrel Hill were Native Americans, who possibly came here in prehistoric times. They used the hill as a hunting ground. The area was rich in game. A salt lick near the mouth of Nine Mile Run attracted wildlife. Squirrels were so numerous the Native Americans are said to have given the name “Squirrel Hill” to the hill.

Nowadays Squirrel Hill is a thriving neighborhood in the eastern part of Pittsburgh. It is the largest and most populous of Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods, comprising about 26,500 people within a 3.89 square-mile area. The entire neighborhood is located on a hill rather than nestled in a valley, which is an important factor in its history. Until the late 1800s, Squirrel Hill remained farmland, with a few coal mines scattered around, while most of Pittsburgh’s early industrial and residential development took place elsewhere in its valleys and along its riverbanks. The first inhabitants of Squirrel Hill were Native Americans, who possibly came here in prehistoric times. They used the hill as a hunting ground. The area was rich in game. A salt lick near the mouth of Nine Mile Run attracted wildlife. Squirrels were so numerous the Native Americans are said to have given the name “Squirrel Hill” to the hill.

Nowadays Squirrel Hill is a thriving neighborhood in the eastern part of Pittsburgh. It is the largest and most populous of Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods, comprising about 26,500 people within a 3.89 square-mile area. The entire neighborhood is located on a hill rather than nestled in a valley, which is an important factor in its history. Until the late 1800s, Squirrel Hill remained farmland, with a few coal mines scattered around, while most of Pittsburgh’s early industrial and residential development took place elsewhere in its valleys and along its riverbanks. The first inhabitants of Squirrel Hill were Native Americans, who possibly came here in prehistoric times. They used the hill as a hunting ground. The area was rich in game. A salt lick near the mouth of Nine Mile Run attracted wildlife. Squirrels were so numerous the Native Americans are said to have given the name “Squirrel Hill” to the hill.

Nowadays Squirrel Hill is a thriving neighborhood in the eastern part of Pittsburgh. It is the largest and most populous of Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods, comprising about 26,500 people within a 3.89 square-mile area. The entire neighborhood is located on a hill rather than nestled in a valley, which is an important factor in its history. Until the late 1800s, Squirrel Hill remained farmland, with a few coal mines scattered around, while most of Pittsburgh’s early industrial and residential development took place elsewhere in its valleys and along its riverbanks. The first inhabitants of Squirrel Hill were Native Americans, who possibly came here in prehistoric times. They used the hill as a hunting ground. The area was rich in game. A salt lick near the mouth of Nine Mile Run attracted wildlife.

Nowadays Squirrel Hill is a thriving neighborhood in the eastern part of Pittsburgh. It is the largest and most populous of Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods, comprising about 26,500 people within a 3.89 square-mile area.

Nowadays Squirrel Hill is a thriving neighborhood in the eastern part of Pittsburgh. It is the largest and most populous of Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods, comprising about 26,500 people within a 3.89 square-mile area.

Nowadays Squirrel Hill is a thriving neighborhood in the eastern part of Pittsburgh. It is the largest and most populous of Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods, comprising about 26,500 people within a 3.89 square-mile area.

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