by Sed4tives

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KROEPOEK - Letterforms influenced by the orient.


Simple geometry based design that tries to imitate Asian style letterforms.


The font comes as a "all-caps" (majuscules) with the lowercase string used to include a set of glyph alternatives for the uppercase set, but cutting the descending parts of the glyphs.

As a little bonus, a set of underlined lowecase vowel alternatives (a, e, i, o, u and y) was also included to allow a small level of personal depth. These can be found in the Unicode block for: 'Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms'

Besides the letters there is also a set of essential punctuation and symbols present to make the font proper functional.


I hope you like it,



Comment by Sed4tives Sat, 17th september

-- [Big Update] --

 What’s new:
• Glyph alternatives
• Underlined lowercase vowels letters
• Ligatures / Digraphs
• Extra symbols & punctuation
• Numerous improved & fine tuned glyphs

Comment by Sed4tives Tue, 27th september
Comment by Sed4tives Tue, 27th september
Comment by Sed4tives Tue, 27th september
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “STF_KROEPOEK” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) Tue, 27th september

Very suitable set of adds. Congrats on the TP!

Comment by elmoyenique Tue, 27th september

Thanks for the TP boss.. Whooop!!

@elmoyenique: Thanks mate, I think you were talking about the additional alternative forms, right?

Comment by Sed4tives Wed, 28th september

Yes. I don't usually like underlined letters, but I have to admit that they adapt very well to the font.

Comment by elmoyenique Wed, 28th september

@elmoyenique: Ah cool, well for me it depends on wether they fit the rest of the font obviously, and how they get applied stylistically in typography. It's easy to over-use underlined letters in a design, or section of text. And they should only be considered being used in short complimentory fashion to spice up and enhance specific words or a phrase. And shouldn't be used throughout large portions of type-set materials.

Comment by Sed4tives Wed, 28th september

Sonic Youth

Comment by JAM202100886 Wed, 12th october

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