The common, underlining denominators of all BP typefaces are: (a) support for Greek language, and (b) a huge amount of love injected to each and every one of their characters.

Diet (2009)
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An extremely "fat" typeface suitable for titles and (very) small texts. Feel free to play around with its spacing and kerning for better results. One regular and one italics variation, both available in OTF format. You got to love this fatty!

Update 2018: Better spacing, better kerning, some reviewed and redesigned characters and a complete Latin Plus character set; a necessary face-lift after almost a decade of the typeface's initial release.

Update 2019: the typeface now supports the Cyrillic script.

Webfont usage

1. Unzip the downloaded file and place the webfont files (.woff, .eot, .ttf) and the accompanying .css file on a specific folder on your server.

2. Copy and paste the code below inside the <head> of the page(s) where you want the webfont to be used

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="[folder]/Diet.css"/>

where [folder] = the name of the folder where you put the css and webfont files

3. Add the font-family name at the css rules where you want to use the webfont

div { font-family: Diet, Arial; }

4. If the webfont supports italics, bold and/or bold italics you can use them simply by using <b> and <i> tags inside your html code.

5. If the webfont has a Light or other weight, look at the accompanying .css file to find out what weight value you should use.

In use

by Tassos Papaioannou/One Man Show studio
by togetherdesign
by Hotel. Alfa. Tango. Zulu.
by Gountaras Victor
by Athens Voice