The idea of Flicker typeface is based on hypertrophy of optical compensators in stem joints. The letter proportions are narrow, the typeface is heavy, compact, can be assembled into a single, solid block and used as a decorative typographic element. There is not much difference between uppercase and lowercase, ascenders are longer as compared to descenders. The second master of variative typeface is decorative. Letters are distorted by ripple which reminds of water — this gave the name to the typeface. Both regular and decorative fonts work well together, and as the typeface is variable, the user can choose the amount of distortion necessary for their work. Flicker includes stylistic alternates set, fractions, indexes, case-sensitive punctuation. Contains extended Cyrillics and Latin.
Case sensitive forms, standard ligatures, fractions, one stylistic set
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