An interpretation of the lettering of contemporary Toronto illustrator Amanda Duffy. Each weight contains four glyphs for every character (including all numbers, punctuation and symbols). These are coded to set in a non-repetitive order, for a subtle, pleasantly natural effect—and this is generally what is meant by “pseudo-random” in OpenType fonts. The variant glyphs for each character are not radically different, but consistent in the way that letters from Duffy’s hand exhibit slight modulations from a distinctive pattern. While casual script fonts without a pseudo-random feature may be used to signify certain values, fonts with it go a step further in analogue simulation, reproducing more closely the experience of reading hand lettering.