Kryptoids pay tribute to an unlikely range of visual motifs: circuit boards and org charts, chemical structures and family trees, transit maps and crop circles… not to mention their original source of inspiration: shift knob diagrams. Each Kryptoid font contains 300 pictomorphs, and each of those comes in three subtyles — base, exo and cell — for a total of 900 unique glyphs per font. The substyles are accessible as OpenType features, and can be stacked and colored in your favorite OT-friendly drawing application. A 76-page Key Guide is included with the fonts.
Four different sets are available: Arrows, Hex, Round, and Square. Each of those sets contain four styles: A, B, C, and D. All can be combined to create unique Kryptoids.