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Josef K Paneuropean

Josef K Paneuropean – Franz Kafka in the office

Typeface Josef K echoes Kafka’s prestigious status at his working place, the Workmen’s Accident Insurance Institute of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. It is a bold script with its ductus derived from a broad-nibbed ink pen and combines a clear, self-confident stroke with the calligraphic features so typical for Franz Kafka’s handwriting. With more than 2500 glyphs and Western, Central European and Extended Cyrillic character sets, it is a truly pan-European script.

Idiosyncratic caps and strongly lowercase glyphs typical for Kafka
Idiosyncratic caps and rhythmically connected lowercase glyphs so typical for Franz Kafka’s writing style …
Josef K font is bolder than FF Mister K
Josef K is bolder than FF Mister K, more of a display typeface.
Sample of Josef K Paneuropean font: “cinema”
Although it is the Mr K “in office” style of the Juliasys Kafka series, Josef K Paneuropean is a great font for festive occasions.
A wide language support covering more than 100 languages
Inevitable in the K Family: Josef K has a wide language support covering more than 100 languages …
an extended Cyrillic character set
… as well as an extended Cyrillic character set.

OpenType Features

Josef K Paneuropean is a largely connected script and contains a complex OpenType feature code that determines the positioning of its glyphs. Texts set in the font get their most lively appearance when OpenType savvy programs are used and “standard ligatures” and “contextual / stylistic alternates” are turned on.

alternate forms of letter s from Josef K font
Alternate forms for the letter s
alternate forms of letters e and r, from Josef K font
Some e-s and r-s and of the hundreds of ligatures, here a few examples:
ligature ab of Josef K Paneuropean font
ligature Ha of Josef K Paneuropean typeface
ligature ffj of Josef K Paneuropean typeface
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