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 Krea Sans

The inspiration for designing this font was our company logo, that we created first. The design is influenced by a typeface called Din. The main characteristic and features are clean, minimalistic, geometric. Young playful companies and clients could definitely use this font for their branding.

 Kingfisher

Kingfisher is a bold brush family with Script, casual Caps and Extras. Kingfisher is divided into three styles -regular, distressed and one with stylised cuts that emphasize the brush stroke.

Kingfisher is packed with several OpenType features: Contextual Alternates and Standard Ligatures are automatically on to keep the flow. For flashier characters try Swash or Titling Alternates. Font is PUA encoded so you can access extras from character map in most design softwares.

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 Krok

Krok is an experimental geometric sans serif designed by Zhanar Bereketova. It’s suitable for posters, packaging, brand elements and short memorable texts. Each character of this font adds a visual accent to the message. There are many alternative forms, designed in two stylistic sets and one contextual set that allow you to create a different mood of the text -- from electronic folk to science fiction. The font was released by ParaType in 2018.

 Kertayasa

Kertayasa is a layered typeface inspired by an old signage and vintage letter painting. It consist of 10 Layers, a wide support of latin languages, and some alternates. With it, you're able to create a beautiful vintage display style and logo.

 Korolev Rough

Korolev Rough is an inky, distressed version of Korolev, designed to mimic vintage letterpress, photocopies or hot metal on rough paper.
A 20-weight sans serif family based on lettering by an anonymous Soviet graphic designer from the propaganda displays at the Communist Red Square parade in 1937, it has been named in honor of Sergey Pavlovich Korolyov, or Korolev, considered by many to be the father of practical astronomics.
Every weight and style comes with an alternate double-story “a”.
The complete Korolev family includes standard, italic, condensed, and compressed versions, each in five weights.

 Klamp 105

Talbot Type Klamp 105 is an elegant and streamlined, geometric sans-serif. A legible text font, its narrow proportions mean it’s economical with space; while at larger sizes it makes a confident, modern display face.

Klamp 105 is available in a comprehensive family of seven weights, featuring an extended character set to include old style numerals, as well as accented characters for Central European languages. It is also available with some character variations as Klamp 205, most notably featuring a traditional, double-storey lower case a and g.

 Kapra Neue Pro

Kapra Neue Pro is a younger sister of Kapra Neue – he was the #1 bestselling Grotesque Sans released in 2017 on MyFonts and grandson of Kapra. Now you really have a lot of options to choose! New family is full of everything – 96 weights contain a wide range of instances, from Condensed to Expanded, everything with rounded corners or with sharp ones. Now, font has also: small caps, cyrillic script, and old-style figures. Kapra Neue Pro is inspired by a “You And Me Monthly” magazine, published by National Magazines Publisher RSW "Prasa” in Poland, from May 1960 till December 1973.

 Krimhilde

Krimhilde was originally designed by Albert Auspurg and released in 1933 with the type foundry Ludwig & Mayer. The design mixes elements of German blackletter typefaces and geometric sans-serif designs, which became popular in the 1920s in the movement known as New Typography.
The FDI version of Krimhilde offers both original styles (regular and bold) as “version A” with a full Latin 1 character set. “Version B” has alternative shapes for some letters to make the design more legible for people who are not familiar with the German blackletter shapes.
In addition, there are optional display styles available (outline, shadow and fill), which can be used separately or together to create a chromatic layout.

 Karlie

Karlie is a neat combination of a friendly script and a modern all-caps serif in five widths. The font family is extremely versatile and is perfect for high-end logotypes and magazine headlines, let alone greeting cards, invitations, posters, book covers, ads and the various web and screen usages.The combination of two different font styles (script and serif) also performs very well on product packaging.

As for the technical side, the Karlie family has extensive language support and includes a handful of ligatures, stylistic sets and swashes that add visual interest to every letter. We've also included some extras with ready-made words and symbols for more design freedom.

 Kexman

Hi! Introducing a calligraphic handmade script named “Kexman”. It’s a one line font with many OpenType features: ligatures, alternates, swashes.

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