Redifraktur Font

redifraktur typeface
redifraktur font

RediFraktur is a variation of the gothic script that imitates the broken shape of the fraktur using a simulation of a redis pen that gives equal thickness to the rounded lines at its ends. This gives a more modern look and reduces the aggressiveness of the letter’s silhouette while maintaining the characteristics of Gothic.

RediFraktur was inspired by the Tanneberg cut that was used until the end of the 1930s in the German railway station markings.