Vicky is a slab serif typeface for headlines designed with geometric proportions. Like all slab serif typographies, it has a very particular strength and robustness. The peculiarity of its forms, as it was born from geometrical figures, creates a cascade of delicate details and inner analogies that make it unique. Vicky is a joyful, happy and shiny typography marked by delicate forms, but with a very strong character.
It was born to be soulmate of “Liliana”: another geometric typeface by Juan Pablo De Gregorio. Working with Liliana and Vicky, together with a compatible chromatic work, you can quickly generate very showy results especially when working on short texts. Vicky is a typeface optimal for being used in marketing assets, packaging design, magazines, branding, film captions, headlines, editorial, quotes, logos, corporate identity, and motion graphics.
The italic version has a 8-degree slant. This feature is intended to convey a gorgeous feeling of tension, power, and agility. It’s very interesting to realize how the dynamism in the italic characters works when compared with the regular ones. The typeface has 9 weights, ranging from “thin” to “heavy”, and two versions: “regular” and “italic”. Its 18 files contain 707 characters with ligatures, alternates, and swashes. It supports 219 Latin-based languages, spanning through 212 different countries.