Like Refused said in their song The Shape of new Punk to come, Oblik could be “The Shape of new Fonts to come”,
we present you our uprising star - Oblik - that could shine in your monitors.
Designed by Slobodan Jelesijevic in 2009, Oblik font family became MyFont's Rising Star for February 2010, ranked in some moment as 27th Best Selling font.
Surprisingly elegant in all purposes, Oblik font family includes Light, Light Italic, Regular, Regular Italic, Bold, Bold Italic, Black and Black Italic styles and also a slab serif font family "Oblik Serif" with Light, Regular and Bold styles.
With the look of contemporary and fashionable font, it's highly applicable in all spheres of everyday communication, as a part of visual idendity or branding campaign, as a headline in some fashion or science fiction or geographical magazine, as storyteller or package title, as a cultural news or record's additional sound - as part of everything commercial or underground.
Modern family, stylish and secure, with it's own personality, available for all kind of use, even you're an doctor or policeman or butcher or truck driver or maybe rock star.
Years ago a country boy heard or read that if a simple box having a hole of a certain size were set upon a post in March or early April it would not be long before bluebirds would be around to see if the place would do as a summer cottage. So he took an old paint keg such as white lead is sold in, nailed a cover across the top, cut an opening in the side and then placed it on a post ten or twelve feet high.
We are happy to announce start of our new website section called "WebSpecimen". It should collect typefaces that we think they could be fully useful as webfonts. The idea is to show how an typeface acts in different layout situations, from body text to big titles.