Speculation, Now

5 November 2017

Speculation, Now

Karbon in use for Speculation, Now by Project Projects in New York, USA. Continue reading

Awards & Accolades

13 October 2017

Awards & Accolades

A chronological list of all the awards & accolades Kris Sowersby has won. Continue reading

Kröller-Müller

9 January 2013

Kröller-Müller

Karbon in use for the Kröller-Müller Museum by EdenSpiekermann in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Continue reading

Karbon is an open, geometric sans serif with a contemporary spartan finish. It is an exploration of Paul Renner’s reductionist Futura concept channelled through the proportions of Eric Gill’s eponymous sans, with a slight nod towards Jan Tschichold's Uhertype sans-serif. Continue reading

Foot Science International

25 February 2012

Foot Science International

Karbon used for the branding of Foot Science International by the quick-steppers at DNA Design in Wellington, New Zealand. Continue reading

Steel & Tube

27 August 2011

Steel & Tube

Karbon in use for the Steel & Tube redesign by the visual engineers at DNA Design in Wellington, New Zealand. Continue reading

Eye Magazine Interview

2 March 2011

Eye Magazine Interview

“In the past few years the Klim Type Foundry has released a succession of finely crafted typefaces that have been as notable for their range and engagement with typographic history as for their immaculate execution. Klim is the work of one man, Kris Sowersby, a young New Zealander with a prodigious talent for drawing letters.” Continue reading

Klim Type Specimen No. 01

21 February 2009

Klim Type Specimen No. 01

Limited edition 2009 Klim Type Foundry specimen book. 210 × 140mm 96 page book, printed black on 118gsm Mohawk Navajo. Sewn-sections, Otabind binding. Sold out, sorry. Continue reading

I Love Typography Interview

19 December 2007

I Love Typography Interview

“Many of you will have heard of Kris Sowersby, and something tells me that we’re going to be hearing a lot more about him. He’s the guy behind the sans serif typeface National and the serif typeface Feijoa; he was also on the team of three that created (perhaps type of the year?) FF Meta Serif.” Continue reading