With extra broad proportions and boxy capitals, BRRR makes words look like trains. Its angled terminals (a, g) have the immediacy of letters written with a chisel-tip marker. The stepped joins where diagonals meet (M, W) imply the same tool – used in a rush, as insinuated by the smeared i dot. BRRR has largely monolinear strokes, except for the pinched shoulders and bowls. It’s not monospaced, but with bars on I or J, BRRR adopts some of the aesthetics associated with fixed-width fonts, and indeed it has been used in stacked settings where vertical relationships are at play.