A curious, slightly psychedelic blackletter family. Though it may seem like a modern idea, it is actually an interpretation of lettering from a grave monument carved in the late 1800s, located in Green-Wood Cemetery, in Brooklyn, NY.
This family is a study in contrasts – not just of thick/thin strokes, but of history and aesthetics. It pairs geometric simplicity with Art Nouveau curves, and a blackletter lowercase with a Lombardic uppercase. (Also included is an alternate blackletter uppercase, which can be useful for a more consistent appearance). Kyrios comes in a range of optical sizes, from a narrow, striking Display to a surprisingly readable Text that has proportions and letterforms which are more familiar to modern readers. Despite these juxtapositions – or because of them – Kyrios delivers a harmonious aesthetic palette and offers more utility than most display typefaces.
Kyrios is a prerelease family. You can buy it now for a discount, and you will get future improvements for free, for life.
|Optical Size: 12pt–48pt(+)|
|For Posters, Packaging, & More|
|Fonts: 1 Variable / 3 Static|
|Version 0.2 (Prerelease)|
|Extended Latin character set, supporting 200+ languages across Europe, the Americas. More to come.|
Prerelease Info AT Kyrios
AT Kyrios is a prerelease family: you can get it today for a discounted price, and you will receive free updates as it grows and improves in the future.
Why call it a prerelease? There are still things being actively figured out and worked on, and it is subject to design changes in future version updates. But, it is available now because it offers a lot of value already. We also believe that often, the best way to learn is by working in public. In that spirit, if you have any questions or ideas, please reach out!
If you would like to see further details and follow the project, check it out on Future Fonts, a fantastic service for finding and supporting prerelease fonts from amazing designers.
You can buy AT Kyrios here or from Future Fonts – either way, you will ultimately be buying the same fonts and Licensing. On this website, you can buy either the the full family or individual styles. On Future Fonts, you can buy only the full family, but the upgrade experience is a little more streamlined.
Supports 294 Languages
Extended Latin character set, supporting 294 languages across Europe, Africa, the Americas, and Vietnam (as determined by hyperglot)