Designed by Paulo Goode, Logik is a display sans font family. This typeface has forty-two styles and was published by Paulo Goode.
Logik is a futuristic square sans serif typeface. 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.
- 7 Weights in Roman and Oblique
- 3 Widths – Regular, Wide, Extended
- Small Caps
- Old Style Figures
- European Language Support (Latin)
- 550+ glyphs per font.