Kinky is a display geometric sans with condensed proportions. Selected characters have loops and twists, giving the typeface a quirky and sexy personality ideal for editorial, branding and advertising purposes. It can work well also in short texts at medium size. For those uses that require a vanilla approach, Kinky contains alternate characters organised in 7 stylistic sets. Case sensitive alternates, beautiful curvy arrows and nonsense daggers complement the font features.
The development of the typeface started in 2015, inspired by neon signs, the aesthetic of sex clubs, and typefaces such as Suburban (Emigre), Lyon (Radim Pesko) and Euclid Flex (Swiss Typefaces).
It comes in 6 weights (from the sweet sexy Hairline to the powerful Black), in 2 versions (normal and rounded — buy one, get the other for free). It supports all Latin European languages.
Personal project started in 2015, and released commercially in 2017.