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Grafika™

Grafika is a completely original design, done in an “Art Deco” spirit reminiscent of the 1920s and ‘30s. I designed Grafika many years ago to be typeset for title cards, and both opening and end credits for the Merchant/Ivory feature film “Savages”. After the film, the design languished in my archives until I rediscovered it. I have digitally redrawn Grafika, completing it with all the alternates, ligatures, math, foreign accented characters and punctuation that weren’t required of the original design for film. Grafika is strongest when set in upper and lowercase—its unique caps extending below the baseline—although all caps settings are encouraged as well.

Read the Grafika story: http://alphabetsoupblog.com/?p=450

For a better understanding of its unique features please download the free Grafika User Manual—available when you click here: http://www.michaeldoret.com/s/Grafika_Manual.pdf

  • Grafika Regular otf (400)

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