Klima

Ultralight
  • Ultralight
  • Light
  • Regular
  • Medium
  • Bold
  • Heavy
  • Ultra
  • Ultralight Italic
  • Light Italic
  • Regular Italic
  • Medium Italic
  • Bold Italic
  • Heavy Italic
  • Ultra Italic
Klima.   It was the hundred-legged tree, walking again.
The cattle egret moved out into the sunlight

About Klima

(pronounced KLEE-muh)

Simple and versatile. Designed first and foremost to be a body font suited for paragraph text. The very light and very bold weights can make for a nice title or headline, though.

The earliest versions of Klima were my first serious attempts at making a typeface. It started as an attempt to make a softer, more relaxed version of DIN but over the years and after many, many, many revisions, Klima eventually settled into its own personality.

Fun fact: FF DIN designer Albert-Jan Pool once made fun of Klima on an internet forum for type designers! He said the italics were "brutal"... and he wasn't totally wrong. I've since redrawn the italics, you'll have to decide for yourself whether they are sufficiently less brutal enough for your tastes.

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License Summary*

  1. You may copy and redistribute these fonts in any medium or format.
  2. You may modify, adapt, and build upon the fonts as you see fit. If you distribute any modified versions you create, they must be distributed under this same license.
  3. You may not use the fonts for commercial purposes without explicit prior written authorization.

*The above is a summary of, and not a substitute for the license. Read the full license here.

Folsom

Black
  • Black
Folsom.   Likely I visited all the
shimmering, heart-stabbing questions
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License Summary*

  1. You may copy and redistribute these fonts in any medium or format.
  2. You may modify, adapt, and build upon the fonts as you see fit. If you distribute any modified versions you create, they must be distributed under this same license.
  3. You may not use the fonts for commercial purposes without explicit prior written authorization.

*The above is a summary of, and not a substitute for the license. Read the full license here.

About Folsom

Wide, chunky, and super-double-extra-bold. Modern, but with a little bit of that old-time wood type flavor. Great for giant, unignorable headlines. Probably horrible for paragraphs or fine print.

Originally created for the 'RISE' mass climate action happening around the Global Climate Action Summit in 2018.

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Katwijk Mono

Light
  • Light
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  • Bold
  • Black
Katwijk Mono. All this I read in the papers, in the
sunlight, I read with my cold, sharp eyes.
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License Summary*

  1. You may copy and redistribute these fonts in any medium or format.
  2. You may modify, adapt, and build upon the fonts as you see fit. If you distribute any modified versions you create, they must be distributed under this same license.
  3. You may not use the fonts for commercial purposes without explicit prior written authorization.

*The above is a summary of, and not a substitute for the license. Read the full license here.

About Katwijk Mono

(pronounced CUT-vaeg)*

A workhorse monospace typeface suited for paragraph text and UI elements. This whole page uses Katwijk Mono!

Designed while in the town of Katwijk on the north coast of the Netherlands in January 2018 while working on the Fossil Free project.

*at least, I think that's how it's pronounced. The Dutch people still looked at me funny every time I tried to say it.

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Anslo

Display Regular
  • Display Regular
Anslo.   Like a happiness toward the water, where some bubbles
on the surface of that underworld announced a fatal carelessness

About Anslo

Coming Soon.

Details

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Graph FF Condensed

Black
  • Black
Graph Condensed Black.   You only have to let
the soft animal of your body love what it loves.

About Graph FF Condensed

A flat-sided, condensed display face, good for headlines and titles.

Originally created for the Fossil Free project identity. Includes icons from the Fossil Free icons set built into the font, accessible with Opentype-powered shortcodes.

Details

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License Summary*

  1. You may copy and redistribute these fonts in any medium or format.
  2. You may modify, adapt, and build upon the fonts as you see fit. If you distribute any modified versions you create, they must be distributed under this same license.
  3. You may not use the fonts for commercial purposes without explicit prior written authorization.

*The above is a summary of, and not a substitute for the license. Read the full license here.

Graph

Paris
  • Bold
  • Black
  • Condensed Bold
  • Paris
  • Condensed Paris
Graph Bold.   Speed, obviously, was joy. But then so was the
sudden, slow circle it carved into the slightly silvery air

About Graph

The original Graph. A flat-sided, condensed display face, good for headlines and titles.

Originally created as a companion to Klima, variants have been added over the years. For example, the "Paris" versions were created for the 2015 Paris UN climate conference.

Details

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License Summary*

  1. You may copy and redistribute these fonts in any medium or format.
  2. You may modify, adapt, and build upon the fonts as you see fit. If you distribute any modified versions you create, they must be distributed under this same license.
  3. You may not use the fonts for commercial purposes without explicit prior written authorization.

*The above is a summary of, and not a substitute for the license. Read the full license here.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Supported Languages

*Latinized.

If you have any difficulty using the fonts in any of these languages, please let me know! It's difficult for one person to test this many languages thoroughly, so reporting any problems you encounter is a big help.

If this seems like a lot of languages, I agree — in researching font language support, you to run into the hard truth that Europeans (and later, Americans) invaded most of the world and either directly or indirectly forced other cultures to adopt the Latin alphabet. Even though traditional military imperialism is slightly less popular than it used to be, economic and technological imperialism continue to reinforce the spread of the Latin alphabet at the expense of traditional and indigenous writing systems. It's wack.