Sélavy is a dotted typeface loosely based on the 13 punched-out caps on Marcel Duchamp’s 1934 Green Box. It was designed by Nina Stössinger for Paul Soulellis and his project Library of the Printed Web. It features capitals, lowercase, numbers, punctuation, and symbols in addition to common Latin accents. Sélavy may be downloaded below free of charge.
In addition to the files for use in print and on screen you will find the source file for Sélavy. This file was built with RoboFont (and MetricsMachine) in the UFO format version 2. If you have access to a font editor that can edit UFOs you can edit this file to make other versions of Sélavy. Look for a glyph named BASE-DOT; it contains the outline of the base dot or element, instances of which (as components) make up every glyph. By experimenting with changing the outline in the BASE-DOT glyph, you can very quickly build new designs on the basis of the existing structure.