Skip to content
Home / Fonts / Okaycat / Parabrite


by Okaycat
Individual Styles from $19.50
Parabrite Font Family was designed by Luke William Turvey and published by Okaycat. Parabrite contains 1 styles.

More about this family
FREE 30-DAY TRIAL of Monotype Fonts to get over 150,000 fonts from more than 1,400 type foundries. Start free trial
Start free trial

About Parabrite Font Family

Parabrite arrives as a vision of the future. The future is brite - Parabrite - this is unavoidable now. The composition of Parabrite is found to be based on a set of technical behaviors defined from a set of four sub-glyphs and their interactions, similar to the make up of our D.N.A. (A,C,G,T). Likewise, Parabrite's block matrix is composed of four units (S,L,I,C). These units are only allowed to group together according to predefined set of mathematical rules, and affect each other symbiotically. The smallcase letters stand five feathers high, while the capitals add an extra two feathers width. Parabrite is extended, containing the full West European diacritics & a full set of ligatures, making it suitable for multilingual environments & publications. Use Parabrite when you dream of a future world. Since Parabrite is adapted to be quickly read by a wide assortment of electronic scanners, legibility to humans suffers a little, although robots report it is much easier on the eyes. They are happy to read it for you too, if you are having trouble.

Designers: Luke William Turvey

Publisher: Okaycat

Foundry: Okaycat

Design Owner: Okaycat

MyFonts debut: Feb 1, 2008

Parabrite™ is a trademark of Okaycat Software Inc.

About Okaycat

Okaycat designs software & was originally established in Japan in 2006. We are now based in Vancouver, B.C., Canada, developing a range of digital products including fonts, games & more! We at Okaycat believe in creating a revolution in fonts, breaking new ground through innovative design. Our aim is to create beauty everyday through our letter styles, adding a refreshing twist to the world’s daily communications.

Read more

Read less