Phantom & ghost towns

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Phantom & ghost towns

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Phantom & ghost towns

karrik italic 3

Phantom & ghost towns

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Phantom & ghost towns

karrik italic 4

Phantom & ghost towns

karrik regular 4


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Published on June 17, 2020

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Karrik is rooted in vernacular typography. The weight disadjustments, the lack of optical corrections, the uneven width of the letters are some of the features of early sans serif typefaces that inspired us in this boundless “reinterpretation.” We kept these features noticeable at display font sizes — but with the constraint that the typeface remains legible at body copy size. A set of random, chaotic uppercase letters—accessible with the stylistic set “SS01”–has been added as tribute to the roots of Karrik; uneven garage letterings, nameless fonts of obscure and discontinued foundries.

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