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Individual Styles from $10.00
Complete family of 3 fonts: $10.00
Xkanz Font Family was designed by Abe Zeinali and published by Xuveki. Xkanz contains 3 styles and family package options.

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Xkanz Complete Family

3 fonts

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About Xkanz Font Family

XKANZ is a futuristic, robotic, variable display font geared towards cyberpunk poster text, cover text, and futuristic UI. It can easily shine as both as header and body.

Wide glyphs, high weight and corner contrast, and "connectors" that bridge the gap between the stems, it's this mix of elements that give XKANZ its unique look.

The purchase includes two static styles, regular and oblique, and a variable font file with a interpolatable 0-12 degree slant axis.

  1. Extensive multilingual support covering most latin characters
  2. 4 stylistic sets that include alternates for the D, I, R, and E glyphs, along with symbol/punctuation alternates such as the parenthesis, brackets, and more.

Possible updates include condensed versions. The updates will be free and available to everyone who has already purchases XKANZ.

This one was a wild and weird journey. It took A LOT of iteration to get to this end product. I'm proud to share it. Enjoy

All questions, requests, or inquiries can be sent to [email protected] or DM'd to Xuveki on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/xuveki)

Designers: Abe Zeinali

Publisher: Xuveki

Foundry: Xuveki

Design Owner: Xuveki

MyFonts debut: Aug 26, 2021


About Xuveki

Abe Zeinali is an Iranian-American artist and designer based in the US. Approaching art and design with a tendency to create everything from scratch and resulting in original works were always priorities. This led them to the exciting world of type design, where you have the privilege of creating the building blocks on which art, design, and communication are built upon. They've had fun with seven display type faces, and will be focusing on engineering multi-script, OT rich typefaces in the future.