Zico is a large typeface family inspired by sports aesthetics, available in a beefy Slab-Serif version and a corresponding Display version, slightly square-ish humanist Sans, and a narrower Sans Condensed. Zico is compemented by the Hebrew version of Slab, Sans, and Display.
Unlike the original Zico Slab, which is inspired by the letterforms typically used in sport jerseys, Zico Sans is a versatile Sans Serif family with wider applications in mind. By dropping the robust serifs, Zico becomes a natural high-performance typeface with low contrast and plenty of optical compensations that make even the darkest weights work at small sizes. Since the basic proportions are rather wide, Zico Sans also includes a Condensed version, for situations where space-saving typography is required. Combined, they offer complete typographic palette for the most demanding designers. Read more about development of Zico▸
Zico Sans Hebrew comes with Latin Small Caps, which match the height of the Hebrew letters.
Separately, the fonts include a set of arrows, geometric forms, and manicules (litle hand icons).
All weights of Zico Sans Hebrew include two different kinds of numerals. Proportional Lining figures come as default figures, and there is also a special set of numerals matching the height of Hebrew letters. Those can be activated by turning Small Caps OpenType feature on.
Designed by Daniel Grumer based on the original design by Marko Hrastovec. Published in 2017.