KARRIK
Karrik : Regular
Anneau de fer
Karrik : Regular
A ghost town or alternatively deserted city or abandoned city is an abandoned village, town, or city, usually one that contains substantial visible remaining buildings and infrastructure such as roads. A town often becomes a ghost town because the economic activity that supported it (usually industrial or agricultural) has failed, or due to natural or human-caused disasters such as floods, prolonged droughts, government actions, uncontrolled lawlessness, war, pollution, or nuclear disasters. The term can sometimes refer to cities, towns, and neighbourhoods that are still populated, but significantly less so than in past years; for example, those affected by high levels of unemployment and dereliction.
Karrik : Italic
Vieille carriole!
Karrik : Italic
In physics, the shower-curtain effect is the phenomenon in which a shower curtain gets blown inward with a running shower. The problem of the cause of this effect has been featured in Scientific American magazine, with several theories given to explain the phenomenon but no definite conclusion. As a second meaning, the fact that nearby phase front distortions of an optical wave are more severe than remote distortions of the same amplitude is called shower-curtain effect.
Karrik : Regular

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Karrik : Regular
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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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Le Karrik est un héritier de la typographie vernaculaire. Les déplacements de graisses, l’absence de corrections optiques et les proportions anarchiques des lettres sont autant de caractéristiques qui nous ont inspirés et que nous avons cherché à réinterpréter. Nous avons conservé ces caractéristiques visibles en grand corps, avec la contrainte que le caractère fonctionne en labeur. Un set de capitales désordonnées, accessible par le jeu stylistique “SS01”, rend hommage aux origines du Karrik; lettrages maladroits d’enseignes de garage et caractères oubliés d’obscures fonderies depuis longtemps disparues.

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