Hubsch is an experimental sans-serif that follows the drawing principles of a chisel-tipped marker pen where sharp angles meet flowing curves in a balance between thick and thin strokes. The result is a distinctive, brutalist typeface that copes with small-scale and large-scale situations such as video games, mobile applications, architecture, sports venues, and arenas.
The font includes seven weights with obliques and over 600 characters per style. OpenType features consist of ten number variations, including inferiors, superiors, fractions, lining, tabular, oldstyle, and case-sensitive. It also has ten stylistic sets, standard ligatures, slashed zero, and language support covering Western, Southern, and Central Europe.