By Amanda Yeh · San Francisco, California, USA


Step into the world of Cork, a display typeface full of charm & character. The typeface features flared serifs, swooping curves, and humanist proportions that are reminiscent of mushrooms, bell bottom jeans, and warm summer breezes. Cork draws inspiration from a variety of typographic movements, including art nouveau and psychedelic design, as well as the organic shapes found in nature and those created by swift brush strokes. Its variable weights and width gives makes it versatile for heavy-hitting headlines to elegant displays.

About Amanda Yeh

Amanda Yeh is a designer currently based in San Francisco. She derives a sense of playfulness and delight in her work in type design, net art, and interaction design. She currently works as a product designer at Figma.

Cork's latest glyph set includes upper and lower cases latin characters, numbers, symbols, and punctuation.
3 posters in a row containing the text Overgrown Dreamweaver and an illustration combing squid and plants.
A list of Cork typeface's styles: book, regular, medium, bold, black, narrow black, condensed black
The text tempo, with the o repeated in different weights and widths
The word Denïm shown twice, right side up and upside down