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I'm interested in layered fonts like History (Typotheque), I've looked on Myfonts with the chromatic tag and they all look very similar, even the H&FJ one isn't that interesting...
edit: Just found Funcity
Minimum has an interesting bi-chromatic effect with horizontal and vertical lines.
We wrote a piece on Webfonts.info about layered type. It's a CSS tutorial but we featured several examples of stackable type.
Plenty of chromatics at House’s Photo-Lettering service:
Two of my favorites: Quintet & Eventide.
Cassandre’s Bifur. Digital version by P22/IHOF http://p22.com/ihof/bifurset.html
I've made a few... If I can shamelessly plug my own work:
Idler by Lamesville
Here’s one I developed for The Globe and Mail:
It would work with normal text if “one to many” substitutions were implemented in OpenType.
I find it retarded in 2012 that this capability isn't already built into OTF
And the one that is almost never used chromatically: Rosewood.
Ironic indeed that Rosewood Fill got more usage than the two-tone version.
How hard would it be to include layers with assignable rgb color codes in OTF?