A standard font license basically. It means that you own the typeface and can install it on up to 5 machines, but you can't sell it on or share it. You're of course welcome to use the font in your work and we look forward to seeing creative applications using it. We have yet to draft the full license terms but you can view a sample standard license here: http://www.fonts.com/info/legal/eula/monotype-imaging
At some point after the project, yes. The project is presented here as a complete and circular thing, and the physical prints are very important in closing the loop on the process. We also needed to keep the font out of circulation until after the project was complete for obvious reasons.
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