Frigga was designed by Sergio Leiva Whittle and published by Sudtipos. Frigga contains 22 styles and family package options. The font is currently #23 in Hot New Fonts.
Frigga is a typeface that settles its roots in the Baroque Dutch tradition of text typefaces and northern european type forms. Carefully crafted for an optimum balance between its solid historic structure and a refreshing repertoire of organic forms, where blossoms its contemporary spirit and natural beauty.
In the page, spread on long text settings a feeling of comfort and closeness, while in headlines and display use, it reveals itself more exuberant and plentiful of details. Is beautiful, timeless, lush, elegant and smooth like nordic mead.
Fully equipped to realize your wildest editorial dreams, Frigga came in 20 styles, with more than a 1000 glyphs per style, alternates, ornaments and borders, old style and tabular figures, small caps and plenty of OpenType features to fulfill any type of editorial need.
Named after the nordic goddess Frigga (also called Frejya), taking as a reference the romantic mythos of its cultural representation, the solemn presence and her warm, gentle embrace.