Wilke™ font family


Designed by Martin Wilke in 1988

About Wilke™ font family

This font is a late work of the famous Berlin font artist Martin Wilke. Presented by Linotype AG in 1988, Wilke is a lively font with eccentric, playful forms. Wilke was influenced in part by the letters of the Irish handwriting in the Book of Kells, written in the late 8th century, while the pronounced contrast in strokes goes back to the styles of the 18th century. the font's uniqueness is particularly emphasized when used in larger point sizes.
More related documents:
Type Gallery: Wilke
Type Gallery: Wilke
Font Designer: John Baskerville – About the Designer
Font Designer: Martin Wilke

Wilke

Desktop fonts

6 Typefaces

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STD supports at least 21 languages.

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Wilke™ 55 Roman
US$ 29
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Wilke™ 56 Italic
US$ 29
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Wilke™ 75 Bold
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Wilke™ 76 Bold Italic
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Wilke™ 95 Black
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Wilke™ 96 Black Italic
US$ 29
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