MeM is a somewhat eccentric typeface and font, the product of a collaboration between Elena Schädel and Jakob Runge in 2012. MeM is a geometric typeface and possesses four different weights and alternative character sets that are melded together into the one font and ‘shuffled with the sleek usability of OpenType’. The creators call this the ‘shuffle principle’, meaning that when in use the font utilises the power of the OpenType format to select alternative characters and weights at random. As a result MeM is an excellent display font and suitable for projects where the need for style and flair trump more practical concerns. Read the complete rationale by following the link below and grab a copy from YouWorkForThem.