Sicret is a perfectly geometric typeface family.
It was drawn by Måns Grebäck in 2020, and each one of its glyphs was manually created by following a strict mathematical pattern consisting of only two basic shapes, in four different combinations, set on a three units tall grid.
The resulting product is a genuine monoline font with a solid character, with an official behold while yet going towards sci-fi because of its digital nature.
The family consists of nine weights: Thin, Extra Light, Light, Regular, Medium, Semi Bold, Bold, Extra Bold and Black.
The range of weights makes it very adaptable, and all the weights works very well together to give a sentence or graphic tone and emphasization.
As Sicret is a font with over 850 glyphs, it is guaranteed to contain all characters you’ll ever need, including all punctuation and numbers.
It has a very extensive lingual support, covering Greek, Cyrillic, Hebrew as well as European and American languages.