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Karika Hypnotica

Karika Hypnotica™

by Deniart Systems
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Karika Hypnotica Font Family was designed by Denise Koehler and published by Deniart Systems. Karika Hypnotica contains 1 styles.

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About Karika Hypnotica Font Family

Karika Hypnotica is the 4th volume in the Karika series of swirly circular symbols. The 52 original designs feature hypnotic motifs in circular symmatrical forms. A splendid addition to any illustration or design project such as backgrounds, greeting cards, posters, etc. Karika Hypnotica's characters are symmetrically sized in height and width so they'll work charmingly together with our

Karika Hearts


Karika Swirls


Karika Encore

symbol fonts.

Designers: Denise Koehler

Publisher: Deniart Systems

Foundry: Deniart Systems

Design Owner: Deniart Systems

MyFonts debut: May 9, 2014

Karika Hypnotica™ is a trademark of Deniart Systems.

About Deniart Systems

For Deniart Systems, it all started with a passion and admiration for Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs, a writing system that mystified scholars for hundreds of years with its complexity and beauty. Denise Koehler, a font designer, was equally mesmerized by this ancient writing system and after significant research, developed and launched Deniart's first product, Egyptian Hieroglyphics Volume One in 1993. From there, Deniart continued to expand on the Hieroglyphics series but that was just the beginning an it adopted the company motto of "Fonts that Span the Ages". True to its motto, the library gradually grew to include fonts based on other ancient writing systems like those of the Aztecs & Mayans as well as other pictorial communication glyphs like modern zodiacs and alchemy symbols. Deniart's fonts are used by many academic and advertising institutions and have been used to annotate such publications as The Sacred Tradition of Ancient Egypt and The Sacred Magic of Ancient Egypt by Rosemary Clark.

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