Grief is a contemporary interpretation of medieval oncial manuscripts and questions the relationship between writing and its translation by digital tools. This typeface attempts to digitally reflect calligraphic features such as the gesture and speed of the hand or the variation in pressure of the nib.

Hand-drawing was a crucial phase in the process of creating these types, giving them highly expressive shapes with fine calligraphic details while remaining undeniably contemporary. Based on the scripts of this period, it is entirely composed of uppercase and has a wide variety of alternates which makes this typeface very effective in display.

Grief

Grief is a contemporary interpretation of medieval oncial manuscripts and questions the relationship between writing and its translation by digital tools. This typeface attempts to digitally reflect calligraphic features such as the gesture and speed of the hand or the variation in pressure of the nib.

Hand-drawing was a crucial phase in the process of creating these types, giving them highly expressive shapes with fine calligraphic details while remaining undeniably contemporary. Based on the scripts of this period, it is entirely composed of uppercase and has a wide variety of alternates which makes this typeface very effective in display.