A progressive family of Latin and Bengali typefaces, Frijky is based on calligraphic stroke movements. Frijky is fluid yet sturdy. It is intended for publications, giving news an extra bite with its aggressive edge.
Frijky offers low-contrast stroke modulation, making it more efficient for newspapers and magazines. Built intentionally with consistent asymmetric features, it provides highly legible text for reading. With its distinctive features and varied letter proportions, Frijky creates a unique texture in a body of text.
Frijky was the official display typeface at ATypI 2011 in Reykjavik, Iceland.
designer neelakash k.