Kråketær is a slab-seriffed typeface inspired by witch-hazel in nature. The process of creating it as a graphic design student was such a challenge that I named it «Kråketær» which is the Norwegian word for crow’s feet – which is what we not only would call fine wrinkles, but also letters that are unlegible.

The result is a legible font in one weight with 254 characters, free to use for personal projects.

Pay $25 and I'll email you a single user commercial license as well.

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