As a graphic designer, I’ve spent the last 20 years working with the iconic sans-serif fonts of the twentieth century — Helvetica, Univers, Futura, Avant Garde etc.
When I started designing typefaces in earnest, although any attempt to emulate the classics is a considerable task, I couldn’t resist having a go myself at a well balanced, contemporary sans-serif.
Talbot Type Kamerik is a geometric sans-serif in two variations. Kamerik 105 has a single storey a and more modern, geometric g, while Kamerik 205 has an older style a and g, along with a few other variations — notably capital M and a couple of the numerals.
This, and indeed all of the text type on this website is set in Kamerik 205 Book.
I’ve kept the ascenders and descenders short, in order to create a relatively more prominent x-height. I think this serves to emphasise the smooth geometry of the font, more apparent in the circular forms of the lower case characters. Also, allocating more space to the x-height and reducing the space for ascenders and descenders, seems to enhance legibility at text sizes.
Talbot Type Kaleko is similar but with oblique terminals, while Talbot Type Kessel offers terminals that rise to a sharp point, in the Deco style; Talbot Type Kettering offers a slab-serif variation, again built on the same chassis.
All Talbot Type fonts are packaged with their equivalent italic, so £16 gets you the Roman and Italic pair.
There are several different End User License Agreements available, for specifically different uses. All Talbot Type fonts are priced similarly but license prices vary according to use.
Each of the standard licenses available are listed below. If you’re not sure which license you require click here or on the button to the left, for more information about the different licenses and what they cover.
The prices for Desktop fonts and Webfonts below are quoted for 1 – 5 users and 10,000 pageviews per month respectively.
If you need more users or pageviews you can adjust the order before checkout. Note the special discounted Desktop and Webfont Combined license, if you require both.
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If your requirements are not covered by any of the standard use licenses below, please contact Talbot Type to discuss your needs.
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