Found some curious CSS in the source for http://contrastrebellion.com/:
font-family: restore-n8, restore-1, restore-2, sans-serif;
Restore-n8 and the like don't seem to be font names. What does this CSS snippet do?
It's Restore, served by TypeKit.
These fonts have been included using CSS3's
Here's a quick example of the CSS that defines one of those fonts:
Tried to do a search on it, but it seems like you can only use font-family for font families. Therefore i will assume that restore-n8 actually is a font (probably one that they made themselves). I suppose it's also possible that they used some tool to create the css and it failed somehow and spit out that line. don't know what else it could be.