Thursday, June 25, 2015

Font of the Week #43: Frolic

   Hello again! This week, for the Font of the Week feature, we have a typface from the Jukebox library called “Frolic”.

Frolic JF

   My Frolic font is a fun and lighthearted typeface that is whimsical, playful and is meant to evoke a sense of childhood exuberance and joy.

   It is the perfect font for any design or document that needs that touch of carefree fun.

   This font was inspired by the lettering often seen in 1950s and 1960s advertisements, especially for kid related items. I wanted the font to bring the viewer back to that long ago time.

   This carefree feel is acheived through the large x-height, modulated baseline and the off-vertical stems and ascenders. 

   Fonts like Frolic are really fun to design because they allow me as a creative, to put more of my personality into the end result. 

   Frolic was created in 2009 and is part of the Jukebox library available through Veer. The font now comes in OpenType format. 

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