Whim is a hand display font family. This typeface has two styles and was published by Typekirk.
If you’re one to skim the books and hymns, you’ll find it grim when you try to swim with sharks and monks from limb to limb. Delightfully uneven, Whim is decidedly not prim, fully worked out, just not at a gym.
For loose and whimsical use, Whim’s upper- and lower-case positions feature two sets of fully interchangeable characters, with the the lower-case set being a narrow width containing slight variations and a few more overt. They mingle and mix like homonyms, do these two widths of Whim.
The font features an extended European character set.