Designed by Jonathan Hill, Kopik is a comic and hand drawn font family. This typeface has six styles and was published by The Northern Block.
Kopik is a modern hand-drawn script inspired by the 1960’s architectural handwriting style practised by draftsmen. Originated using a Copic 1.0 Multiliner pen, then traced digitally using a stylus and tablet to help reduce imperfections. The result is a simple, readable, monolinear typeface with a marker pen quality suitable for a wide range of written applications.
Details include 440 characters, three weights with matching italics, alternative a, g, and y four numerals variations. Opentype features inferiors, superiors, fractions and language support covering Western, South and Central Europe.
|Foundry||The Northern Block|
|Styles||Comic, Hand Drawn|