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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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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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