This typeface isn’t quite finished yet. If you license it now, you’ll get free updates as we continue development, including the final versions if and when they’re released. Read more about fonts in progress.
Ballast’s playfully punchy voice emerged when Ben Kiel compressed an Egyptienne typeface into an extra-narrow width for New York magazine. After modifying the typeface for Supermajority, Ben continued evolving Ballast’s concept, exaggerating the ball terminals and carving out as much space as he possibly could to allow tight, dense typesetting.
Ballast is in active development. Future updates will include:
- Additional weights
- Additional widths
If the typeface is currently missing something you need, please contact us. We may already have in the works, or we may be able to fast-track it for you.