Carly Simmons

INFUSOKA

 
 
 

INFUSOKA is a unique, hand-designed font whose name is inspired from the Italian word infuso, meaning "brew" and is combined with moka, the name for aluminum espresso makers first made in Italy during the 1930's. During Italy's facist climate, technological advances and modernity were made possible by aluminum's physical properties, and these qualities soon became symbols of Italy's greater commitment to preserve traditional values. Although not a traditional typeface, the integrity of INFUSOKA lies in the use of two simple components and carries out a comprehensive pattern as does the regular routine of daily coffee making.

 
 
                I would like an espresso, please.

              I would like an espresso, please.