FF Mister K Specimen 2
The manuscripts of author Franz Kafka had such a profound impact on Finnish graphic and type designer Julia Sysmäläinen that she decided to convert his handwriting with its unusually strong calligraphic characteristics into a digital script. The philologist took on the challenge to transform in Kafka’s rather eccentric letter forms into an balanced typographic flow. This meant not only creating hundreds of ligatures – each of them consisting of two, three or even four single characters – but also integrating numerous alternate characters to avoid successions of repeating shapes, in order to lend FF Mister K Pro a more authentic script feel. Furthermore handy OpenType functions were added, for example for stylistic alternatives including hatched text as well as underlining and crossing out.
All Parts: Mister. K Mister K regular We �t ’s ou�s...this has n sit will work!! f(t) = ∑ Cx . e ; -just ch�ck f(t) once mor�: x=2,5,3(??) Mister K crossout Col��agu�s! You�s, FW (s) = F0 (s); 1 + F0 (s) 1 + E0 (s) = 0,3 >> s1, s2, ... , sw; � = 1 ... n ; Mister K K. onstage ci = Res (Fw(s))|s=s0 f(t) stabl� for Re(si)|<= 0,34 E(�) i=1...n All Parts: Mister. Hello Typo Spießer! How is your line spacing? Used Parts: