A long-lost gem from Herbert Thannhaeuser named “Buik” provided the inspiration for this classic Deco-era face. Both versions of this font support the Latin 1262, Central European 1250, Turkish 1254 and Baltic 1257 codepages.
Walpurga is a witchy display font that comes in two variants - regular & bold - and with four glyphs for each letter. There is a set of ornaments and the in-built open type features produce a random, natural looking effect when activated through the “contextual alternates” feature.
Walpurga was created with stylized brush ends that become visible at larger font sizes. A fresh, versatile font that is usable for a wide range of design applications.
Please activate Open Type Features to get the most out of this font.