Fontophile Files: Edition #6

Good Morning, font friends! TGIFF!  I super love typing that.  So today I thought I’d share a more playful font favorite that is all kinds of fun and interesting and has a little spunk!  ST Friska came to my attention a few months ago when a new client showed it to us and was interested in using it for her stationery.  Ultimately, she went in a different direction but I am still a big fan of it.  I’m also a fan of the price tag ($34) which is pretty reasonable in the font world!  Here is the official description:

St Friska, designed by Sascha Timplan, is based on old movie title lettering. St Friska was made just for headlines. It comes with a slight touch and feeling of art deco but it’s designed to be contemporary in 2010 and beyond. St Friska comes with a vareity of OpenType features, so a designer can play with it like Lego, using it alongside old or new typefaces. The St Friska font has stylistic sets with a lot of ligatures.

When I use it in our work I think it looks particularly fabulous for a couple’s names.  Totally makes a bold little statement, like “Hello Gorgeous!”  Some examples…

Found here.

Don’t you love this description too?  Found here.

Yay for ligatures! Found here.

To see more font love, visit the blogs of some of our friends: Allison at Allison Owen Design, Jen from Blush Printables, Sophia and Andre at Brancoprata, Steph from Bubblerock, , Laurel at Go Against the Grain, Jenny from Hank + Hunt, Lauren from Lauren Elise Crafted, Jenna and Elizabeth from Little Bit Heart, Lauren at Palm Papers, and Kerry from Super Swoon . Or find us on Twitter: #fontfriday.

xox, A

7 Comments
  • Jenny @ Hank + Hunt
    May 6, 2011

    HOLY EEK!!!!! I want this now…For no other reason but that I MUST have it right now just in case…and then I can find a reason to use it…

  • Lauren Elise
    May 6, 2011

    Loving this pick Alexandra! I think it definitely works better at a larger size though so you can see all the great little details in it. Definitely would like to see it used in a wedding invite.

  • Laurel G
    May 6, 2011

    oh wow what a neat looking font! very different!

  • Vicki
    May 6, 2011

    Wow, that’s is so neat! I haven’t seen that one before. I love the description and can totally see it as a movie title! Someone give Steven Spielberg a call! Great choice! (am I the only one who comments every sentence with an !)

  • Jenna @ Heartcarry Press
    May 6, 2011

    This is awesome! Thanks for introducing me to this one, in love :)

  • Lauren | Palm Papers
    May 6, 2011

    I LOVE this. and have never seen it before.
    I’m with Jenny – buy first – find reason later!

  • Alison
    May 7, 2011

    Loving the quirkinesss of this font!

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