The two FontFonts play their role well, maybe a bit too workmanlike. They make a quirky but friendly handwriting–humanist sans pair and create an up-to-date feeling distinct from the more traditional competitors around.
Walking through the streets of Berlin’s Prenzlauer Berg I met two old FontFont friends: Yanone’s FF Kava and Julia Sysmäläinen’s Kafka font FF Mister K. They hold a key position in the identity of Cornelia Sommers Naturheilpraxis – a small & pricy naturopathy practice for children and adults. With its population of baby booming ex-bohemians Prenzlauer Berg is an ideal environment for this kind of enterprise.
The division of labor is conventional: As tested often before, the script font – Mister K – takes care of the logo and headlines and the sans – Kava – offers easily digestible info text. In all a pleasant appearance – Franz Kafka, a great believer in natural therapy, would not have objected.