Nathan Willis


Sark is an adventurous typeface family for Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, and Bengali that dons crafty details at display sizes and hides them away again when setting continuous text.

Sark’s serif styles are arrayed for constructing multi-script text documents, while its sans-serif styles are attuned to the needs of contemporary display technologies. Sark Sans sports features enabling it to connect with readers on transparent screens, video overlays, and against other live background imagery.

Sark Bengali offers two styles: an upright style designed for setting body text and an auxiliary style with a calligraphic feel that can employed for emphasis. It supports contextually sensitive matras and kars, initial and final forms, and built-in ligatures, all through standard OpenType features.