Anode is the third in a trilogy of geometric typefaces designed and developed by Natasha Lucas in collaboration with MuirMcNeil.

The Bisect, Diode and Anode type systems are the outcomes of Lucas's systematic investigations into the correspondences between positive and negative spaces in alphabetic forms. In each project, the designer has explored the different ways in which form and counterform can be manipulated in relation to one another to construct letters and words that are playfully ambiguous but that always remain true to their alphabetic origins.

The result, in the form of Anode, is an interdependent pair of alphabets, an inner character set and an outer one, that combine reciprocally to make a holistic design, each containing and informing the other.
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Anode has been cut in three versions, a complete set together with its inner and outer subcomponent sets, designed to register precisely with each other in layers. Anode is available in the Latin 1 standard character set in Opentype encoding for Macintosh.
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