Subjective is a display font family, closely related to the Objective typeface. It is a strange experimental typeface that has a geometric skeleton and unusual features. These tails in letters like the a, j, y and t might remind you of calligraphy or hand scripts. The contrast is unique – the thin fonts are monolinear, and the bolder it gets, the higher the contrast. Subjective also has a brother – Subjective Serif. The tiny serifs only appear in lowercase, and their shape and size are exactly the same everywhere – in every letter, in every weight. Subjective can work perfectly in pair with it’s “normal” brother Objective. The font family comes in 8 weights, 16 styles, 347 glyphs per font.