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<h1>Fakir</h1>

The Fakir Super Family was designed by Bas Jacobs, Sami Kortemäki and Akiem Helmling and published by Underware.

Sami Kortemäki, Akiem Helmling and Bas Jacobs
Underware 2009
5 styles from $168.75
Sami Kortemäki, Akiem Helmling and Bas Jacobs
Underware 1999
6 styles from $50
Bas Jacobs

Bas Jacobs

Bas Jacobs (1976) lives and works in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. He is 1/3 of the three-headed monster called Underware. Underware are German Akiem Helmling, Dutchman Bas Jacobs, and Finn Sami Kortemäki. Their work is among the most popular independent type foundries — happy-go-lucky, high-quality, text-friendly typefaces for both display use and comprehensive typesetting. Underware’s typefaces stand out thanks to unique aesthetics, finished quality, and a considered collective presence.
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Sami Kortemäki

Sami Kortemäki

Sami Kortemäki (1975) lives and works in Helsinki, Finland. He is 1/3 of the three-headed monster called Underware. Underware are German Akiem Helmling, Dutchman Bas Jacobs, and Finn Sami Kortemäki. Their work is among the most popular independent type foundries — happy-go-lucky, high-quality, text-friendly typefaces for both display use and comprehensive typesetting. Underware’s typefaces stand out thanks to unique aesthetics, finished quality, and a considered collective presence.
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Akiem Helmling

Akiem Helmling

Akiem Helmling (1971) lives and works in Den Haag, the Netherlands. He is 1/3 of the three-headed monster called Underware. Underware are German Akiem Helmling, Dutchman Bas Jacobs, and Finn Sami Kortemäki. Their work is among the most popular independent type foundries — happy-go-lucky, high-quality, text-friendly typefaces for both display use and comprehensive typesetting. Underware’s typefaces stand out thanks to unique aesthetics, finished quality, and a considered collective presence.
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