Redbird is named for the eponymous red subway cars that ran on the New York City subway system from 1948 to 2003. Each rail car was identified by a number, emblazoned on a pair of black and white enamel plates attached to either end of the carriage, and rendered in a unique style of lettering unconnected with the traditions of either typefounding or sign painting. In creating the Redbird typeface, we considered not only the visual appeal of the letterforms, but their usefulness when scaled down from their original height of one foot to smaller, more manageable sizes.

Suggested Pairings:
Redbird with Knockout Redbird with Knockout Redbird with Knockout
Redbird with Didot Redbird with Didot Redbird with Didot

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