FF Mister K is a type family and the visualization of a personality. It is inspired by the unique handwriting of Austro-Hungarian writer Franz Kafka and one of the main characters of his novels. Mister K was born in Kafka’s novels … and today is leading his own life as a typeface. Learn more
Franz Kafka’s and Emily Dickinson’s handwriting fonts in a dialogue. Quotes materialized in two and three dimensions.
A perfect semi-perfect typeface pair inspired by Kafka’s description of two high spirited Danish friends. With a simplified feature code, clear outlines and large counters especially suited for the Web.
Presented in silver in a lovely folding designed by the FontFont team.
A storytelling writer and his storytelling handwriting:
An installation of the typeface Mister K.
Authentically European Mister K appears on handmade Italian boots,
bags and accessories.
A Berlin story booklet with humorous and contemplative contributions by well known typo-contemporaries and, of course, by Franz Kafka. To get your copy of a limited edition write to k(at)ffmisterk.com.
Send a message to k(at)ffmisterk.com to solve the problem.
ISTD judge Freda Sack: “A spirited rendition of a lively calligraphic typeface, exhibiting a sense of fun with the accompanying ornaments, and the ‘cross-out’ version. One of the few typefaces entered that displayed its content to best effect, even to the extent of showing cartoon-like portraits entirely created from the typeface characters. It also shows appropriate use of OpenType format by fully exploiting the extended character set.”
Travelling Letters is an international project on the art of script, calligraphy and typography. It is organized by the Vilnius Academy of Arts in partnership with the Lithuanian Graphic Design Association (member of ICOGRADA).
FF Mister K is a winner in the International Type Design Competition “Modern Cyrillic” in Moscow and awarded an Honor Diploma for Excellence in Type Design.