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Covik was designed with the goal of creating a small text family with complimentary display faces which work together to create a rich typographic palette. How divergent could a style be while remaining kindred? In what ways could weight, width, proportion, and construction be played with in order to create a varied family? Potential applications are as manifold as the individual styles therein, so it might be helpful to consider what Covik would not be suitable for: bibles, legal documents, warranties, directions on how to assemble something important, funeral home logos, and websites. Everything else is fair game.
James Edmondson is a type designer and lettering artist based in San Francisco, California. In 2013 he graduated from California College of the Arts with a BA in graphic design, left San Francisco behind, and moved to The Hague to study under all the incredible teachers at TypeMedia, as well as Peter Verheul.