Klavika alternatives

Yehan's picture

Looking for alternatives to Klavika, which is surely but steadily becoming overused, sadly.

Any suggestions for something similar in letterforms?


Birdseeding's picture

If you don't mind it being free, I quite like Titillium as a Klavika alternative: http://www.campivisivi.net/archivio/_titillium/titillium2010/index.html

Nick Shinn's picture

Web sites such as MyFonts and Identifont will show you “similar to” typefaces.

William Berkson's picture

For something squarish, with some warmth, and relatively recent check out Akko.

Jackson's picture

What is the logic of using something "similar" to something you think is "overused"? Wouldn't it make more sense to go with a different style instead of trying to match letterforms?

Florian Hardwig's picture

This older thread has a number of suggestions.

hrant's picture

Jackson, I'd start a new thread with that interesting point.


Yehan's picture

Well..it's a the right kind of typeface for the project, BUT specifically, Klavika is rather recognisable and having something similar (but distinct) is extremely useful here..

William Berkson's picture

Also check out Neo Sans and Soho Gothic, both from Seb Lester.

satya's picture

This one? ;)

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