was Zuzana Licko’s
first sans-serif typeface. It is based on geometric forms and bears some similarities to her slightly earlier design, Citizen.
At the time of its release, Triplex was among the first nine typefaces of the digital era. This claim was highlighted by its stark geometry. After its premiere, the typeface was steadily expanded, with John Downer
contributing a whimsical italic.
Triplex was based on grid-based pixel shapes
Triplex Italic, designed by John Downer