Scriptek™ font family


Designed by David Quay in 1992

About Scriptek™ font family

Scriptek was created by British designer David Quai in 1992, based on the constructivist forms which became popular after the First World War with the progressing industrialization in Moskow. Typefaces such as Scriptek were often used in the propaganda of totalitarian political systems and can still be seen on monuments like the central train station in Milan or political posters of the 1930s and 40s. The robust Scriptek has strong serifs in the upper left and lower right of characters and this, together with the diagonal strokes of many lower case letters, gives the font a dynamic feel. Scriptek is best used for headlines and display.

Scriptek

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Scriptek

2 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Scriptek™ Regular -  1 variant
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Scriptek™ Italic -  1 variant
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