By Font Renegade
“Rack came to me one night before bedtime with no meaning, no sense to me. It just came and used me as a tool and I did my best. Nothing more, nothing less. And here’s the result of my skill and knowledge at this point. I enjoyed working on it and it was really fun designing all the different shapes. Tens of them ended up in trash—too weird, too simple, too complicated, you name it.” — Designer Jan Charvát
Rack is unicase, but consists of two different alphabets, both of them fully Latin-extended character sets. You can even mix the cases as you like. There are some emojis like German card symbols, money, eyes or pile of poo. With the eyes and poo you can even choose which way they will look through stylistic set.
About the designer
Jan Charvát was born more than 30 years ago. Studied programming graphical applications on Czech Technical University in Prague. After finishing school he went freelance and also worked ten years in TV as an evening news graphic operator. He moved to Germany and worked for Monotype as a Font Engineer and there he specialized in scripting and large family production with focus on diacritics. Now back in Prague he’s Freelancer and Teacher of Type Theory and Graphic Design on two major higher education schools.
Designer: Jan Charvát
Foundry: Font Renegade
Styles: two different Latin-extended character sets
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