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Trico Script

Trico Script

by FlehaType
Individual Styles from $15.99
Complete family of 4 fonts: $56.99
Trico Script Font Family was designed by Mitja Miklavcic and published by FlehaType. Trico Script contains 4 styles and family package options.

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About Trico Script Font Family

Trico Script is an attempt to create a script using a cut-out technique. Every basic glyph is made of three forms which gives the script a unique personality and a very distinctive appearance. In order to maintain an even script texture and to keep its character numerous advanced typographic features were created: contextual lowercase alternates, finial lowercase forms, two sets of uppercases, standard and discretionary ligatures etc. Trico Script can either be used as a regular script or as a typeface in three layers. Although the regular version is surprisingly legible in small sizes it’s distinctive character is suitable for the projects where a powerful wordmark is needed. This typically includes cases such as packaging, editorial design, digital use, social media and branding.

Designers: Mitja Miklavcic

Publisher: FlehaType

Foundry: FlehaType

Design Owner: FlehaType

MyFonts debut: Sep 8, 2020

Trico Script

About FlehaType

In contrast to most of the letterforms which are either ‘written’ or ‘drawn’ the main ingredient of our products is the surface – “Fleha” (a distorted german/slovenian word for a surface). To some extend this approach looks up to printing roots when the early punchcutters were making the first metal type. This surface-centred process has some unique challenges no matter which method is used. Done either by scissors, a knife, linocut or any other process we always create lettershapes or artworks in physical forms. We try to keep a unique flavour of a certain technique and make sure it’s expressiveness is not lost during the process of digitisation.Whether creating a layered cut-out series of letterforms, a derivative of woodtype printing or a bizarre interpretation of script typeface we always try to create interesting products that designers would use in an unexpected way.

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