xAbout the font Kessel
About the font
As I was designing Kamerik, I was coming up with numerous character variations for some characters. I considered offering these as alternatives within the one font, but decided that I wanted to organise these alternates into a coherent further font, namely Kessel.

It’s become quite popular to offer alternate characters within a font nowadays, but I’m not sure how often they get used, and if there are several variations on characters, they don’t always work well in certain combinations.

I thought I had enough character variations to create two distinctly different variations of Kessel.
Kessel 105 differs from Kamerik in several obvious ways — characters with angled strokes such as the upper case A and lower case v and w, include sharp points at the apex instead of being cut square, and terminals on characters such as C and s are oblique instead of horizontal.

While Kessel 205 has all of the above, along with some Art Deco tendencies, including lowered horizontal cross bars and a crossed capital W.

Kessel 205 Thin
Kessel 205 Light
Kessel 205 Book
Kessel 205 Bold
Kessel 205 Heavy
Set in upper and lower case
Set in capitals
Set in Roman
Set in Oblique/Italic