A Futuristic Square Sans Family
|Release Date||February 2020|
|No. of Fonts||42|
|Weights & Styles||
|No. of Glyphs||550+|
|Figures||Proportional, Old Style, Fractions, Numerators, Denominators, Superiors, and Inferiors|
|European Language Support||All European (Latin only)|
Logik is a futuristic square sans serif typeface following in the style of my own Verbatim and Eurocine families, as well as established classics such as Microgramma and Bank Gothic.
Its personality is defined by squared-off corners that you would normally expect to be rounded, this sharpness gives the glyphs an eccentricity that the eye quickly adjusts to. Sharp, incised/stylised ink traps along with slightly tapered/curved horizontals and verticals add to the character of each letterform. These subtleties combine to give Logik a distinctively futuristic aura.
Logik’s main use would be for headlines, short runs of text, branding and display purposes – ideally suited for film and book titles, Logik could be widely used for sports, media and recreation purposes also.
Logik comes in 7 weights (from Thin to Black) across 3 widths – Regular, Wide, and Extended. Each font covers all European Latin-based languages and includes Old Style Figures, Small Caps, and some Case-Sensitive Forms. I plan to extend the typeface with more features if it proves to be popular and I receive enough suggestions.
I believe Logik would be a useful addition to your type arsenal.