Papaik is a contemporary script based on a pointed brush. Main inspiration for sketches derives from old american painting signs developed in 60’s. Swash characters, alternative letters, contextual ligatures, lining figures and old style figures combined with regular set of glyphs create natural feel of hand lettering. Its wide range of applications can suit comic books, cartoons, video games, advertisements, peripheral products ranging from flyers, posters and films.

Papaik consists of two relevant styles: Regular and Bold.
Both styles include small caps, alternates, ligatures and OpenType features.


Design: Joanna Angulska
Testing & Publishing: TDF Foundry
2016-2020

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Regular version of Papaik (previously called Jubiler) was presented at:

2015:  Plaster - International festival of poster and typography (Torun, Poland)
2016:  Pangramme - International student type design exhibition (Metz, France)
2016:  Fine Art and Design School Amiens
2017:  ATypI, Montreal
2017:  Biennal of Graphic Design of Chaumont ​​​​​​​

Jubiler font was a part of a project: "The Insects Project" - Problems of diacritic design for central European languages. 
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