Karnak

Karnak is a slab serif typeface originally designed by Robert Hunter Middleton in the 1930s. It was later digitized by Steve Jackaman and Ashley Muir and given the name Karnak Pro. It’s available in six weights with matching italics as well as condensed and obelisk versions.

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Karnak Specimen

Karnak Type Specimen

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Karnak Font Pairings

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