Designed by Jonathan Hill, Syke is a sans serif font family. This typeface has fourteen styles and was published by The Northern Block.
Syke is a versatile, sans serif type family that combines both humanist and geometric concepts. A companion to the monospaced type family Syke Mono, it blends narrowly rounded letter shapes with subtle square detailing, creating a design ideally suited for typographical work in digital applications. Syke has a distinctive character without being overwhelming, making it ideal for film titles, user interfaces and the web. Details include seven weights with true italics and two free weights, over 570 characters, five variations of numerals, ligatures, manually edited kerning and Opentype features.
|Foundry||The Northern Block|