Sichem is an exercise in transcribing in typographic form the weightlessness and aeriality of hot air balloons. It is an airy, elegant display typeface with unique serifs, and its great contrast, particularly in the rounded letters, reminds of eclipses and sun flares.
This typeface can be effectively used in various design applications to add a touch of sophistication and personality. For example, when creating magazine headlines or book covers, Sichem's generous sizes and intricate details can captivate readers' attention and make a strong visual impact. Its alternate caps can be selectively employed to create a sense of hierarchy and enhance the overall composition.
In the world of branding and logo design, Sichem offers a distinct charm that can elevate a company's visual identity. Its combination of Art Nouveau and Art Deco influences, blended with a contemporary touch, gives brands a unique and memorable character. Whether it's a luxury boutique, a café, or an event planning agency, Sichem can help create logos that convey elegance, creativity, and a touch of nostalgia.
Additionally, Sichem's design versatility allows it to be seamlessly incorporated into digital interfaces and web designs. Its graceful and legible letterforms ensure readability on screens of various sizes, making it suitable for website headings, banners, and interactive elements. By using Sichem, designers can infuse a sense of refinement and style into their online presence.
Sichem is not just another display serif. It is a typeface that embodies the essence of hot air balloons, with its weightless and airy aesthetics. Whether it's for magazine headlines, book covers, branding, or digital interfaces, Sichem offers a versatile and distinctive typographic solution that brings elegance and personality to various design projects. Are you ready to take flight with Sichem?
- Designed by
- Anne-Dauphine Borione
- Released in
- Upright, Display, Playful
- .OTF .WOFF .WOFF2
- Developed for
- Latin European Languages
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