Magic can mean many things. It can be tricks, performances of “fake” magic made to entertain, or it can be the real deal, as real as you might believe it to be, magic that we still can’t comprehend nor reach. But for designers, magic can be a tool that can be created and used as freely as one wishes. And because some of the greatest tools out there were not created by individuals but by groups, we’d like to share one created by Hyke, Melissa Kumaresan, and Boutaib Yassine, Popo.
Popo holds a simple name, but like all magic forms, there’s more to it than meets the eye. It’s a title oriented monoline sans serif typeface designed with the combination of many things: inspiration, simplicity, and the different shapes collected within each letter design. And all you need is a few seconds to get it running. Simply download the .ttf file provided for free, install it, and start creating never-seen-before designs. Use it for websites, applications, backgrounds, banners, games, flyers, as well as business cards that allow its letters to pop against colorful backgrounds! You can also choose to use a completely white background while introducing fascinating color combinations and works of magic with Popo’s characters.