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By Missy Meyer

Missy Meyer
Missy Meyer

Kadigan: (noun) A placeholder word. A kadigan can be used to substitute for any other noun: persons (John Doe, Acme Company), places (Anytown, 123 Main Street) or things (whatchamacallit, thingamajig).

Just like kadigans can be used in nearly any situation, the members of the Kadigan font family can be used in nearly any design! These sans-serif beauties are clear and easy to use, but they also have a little bit of wiggle in their strokes and weights, for a fun hand-lettered look!

The three members of the family:

- Kadigan Light: An all-purpose lightweight stroke, with sharp corners.

- Kadigan: A nice mid-weight stroke, with slightly rounded corners.

- Kadigan Heavy: A thick, chonky stroke with pillowy rounded corners.

And each member of the family is packed with features, including:

- All of the basic stuff you expect from every font;

- 340+ extended Latin characters;

- Cyrillic character set;

- Greek character set;

- Those character sets? Support over 110 languages!

- 52 double-letter ligatures for variety (That's right, EVERY letter. I'm looking at you, savvy revved trekkers!);

- A full set of small caps (including Cyrillic & Greek);

- And more! (Seriously, it was hard to stop.)

So whether your work is in English, Español, ¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿, e¿¿¿¿¿¿¿, Türkçe, or over a hundred other languages, this cute and fun sans-serif may be just what you've been looking for!

Sans Serif