|Classification||Cross of Humanist and Geometric|
|Foundry||Process Type Foundry|
Klavika is a family of sans-serif fonts designed by Eric Olson and released by Process Type Foundry in 2004. It contains four weights: light, regular, medium, and bold (with corresponding italics) and variations of numerals.
The capital G has no bar, the capital Q has a tail at the bottom, the lowercase g is double story, and the lowercase k has diagonal strokes that meet at the vertical, with a gap.
- Old-style and small cap numerals (with tabular)
- Small caps
- True italics
- Multiple language support
- Full set of arrows
- Available in OpenType, TrueType, PostScript, WOFF and EOT formats.
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- The "GALAXY" in the original Samsung Galaxy logo used Klavika Basic Light as the font with the only modification being that the "L" has a rounded corner.
- The Facebook logo uses a modified version of Klavika Bold.
- The old DeviantArt logo used slightly modified regular and bold versions of this Klavika.
- The American TV network NBC used Klavika for on-screen branding in 2006 but has since changed its primary typeface several times. Its cable channels MSNBC and CNBC also use the font.
- The American cable channel ESPN uses Klavika for on-screen presentation from 2009; by 2014, they had switched to Helvetica.
- Belgian Dutch language television channel VTM uses Klavika for on-screen branding and, since 2011, also on the news graphics.
- Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban, South Africa used Klavika in the signage during 2010 FIFA World Cup.
- South Korean bid for 2022 FIFA World Cup used Klavika for the presentation in Latin alphabets.
- Chevrolet uses a customized version of Klavika as a corporate typeface. One noticeable difference is the shape of the capital M which has straight rather than splayed sides. For Greek and Cyrillic alphabets, however, local Chevrolet dealers—in Greece and some of the countries using Cyrillic—uses some typefaces similar to Klavika. The condensed fonts were designed by Process Type Foundry LLC with Aaron Carámbula for General Motors marketer FutureBrand as part of re-design of Chevrolet in 2006. After the expiry of the exclusivity period, the commercial version of the font (Klavika Condensed) was released to the public in the fall of 2008.
- Since Super Bowl XLVII in 2013, CBS has used Klavika in their sports broadcasts. It is also used in sister network CBS Sports Network. They switched to DIN 1451 since Super Bowl 50 in 2016.
- Online gaming site Ijji uses Klavika.
- Klavika is used in the logo and visual identity of Young Life.
- For World Youth Day 2011
- Visual Identification of city of Lublin, Poland.
- Visual Identification of city of Katowice, Poland. (Klavika CH) Katowice Visual Identification Document
- he Glasgow Subway system now uses the font in all its recently re-branded visual identity.
- Motorola Mobility uses this font as their some ads of Motorola's homepage and user's manual titles.
- Portuguese college Instituto Superior Técnico uses this typeface since its 2012 re-branding.
- University of Applied Sciences, Worms in its new logo, starting 1st of September 2014
- Process Type Foundry. "Klavika font". Retrieved December 30, 2010.
- Peters, Yves (December 10, 2004). "Squarish Klavika Almost Didn't Happen". Typographica. Retrieved December 30, 2010.
- Boardley, John (September 16, 2009). "Klavika". Typedia. Retrieved December 30, 2010.
- Palmieri, Chris (July 23, 2007). "Facetime 1: Type Designer Eric Olson on Klavika". AQ Blog. AQ. Retrieved December 30, 2010.
- "Facebook font". MyFonts WhatTheFont Forum. Bitstream, Inc. November 14, 2008. Retrieved December 30, 2010.
- Gabrowitsch, Ivo. In Use: Klavika for NBC, The FontFeed, 21 April 2008, last checked on 29 December 2010.
- Klavika at the 2010 FIFA World Cup
- GM Expressing the corporate vision
- Custom Fonts
- "SPT Subway Modernisation". Retrieved 2011-11-07.
- "Técnico Lisboa Graphic Identity Usage Rules" (PDF). Retrieved 2014-09-29.
- Klavika at Process Type Foundry