CF Klak, is a new uppercase display font inspired by the handwritten lettering used for the advertisments of greek movies of the '50s, '60s and '70s. 
 
Newspaper page filled with handwritten movie ads, 1964.
 
 
The types are black, squarelike, with reversed thick-thin stress. CF KLAK has a complete alternative glyph set, with softer corners and some calligraphic features, for a more random handmade style. 
 
 
Std (standard) version supports Greek, Western European, Turkish and Romanian languages.
 
 
CF Klak was designed by Vassilis Georgiou, Yiannis Karlopoulos & Panos Haratzopoulos.
For more information and buying options, please visit fonts.gr
 
CF Klak
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CF Klak

CF KLAK, is a new uppercase display font inspired by the handwritten lettering used for the advertisments of greek movies of the '50s, '60s and ' Read More
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