While many fonts from Bangkok-based foundry Cadson Demak are cool, clean corporate-looking sans-serifs, designer Ekaluck Peanpanawatelikes exploring slightly more exotic areas. His squarish Clarendon-likeKondolar was a big success a year ago, and now Kurry is among the best selling fonts of the moment. Kurry’s basic structure is simple — a sans-serif drawn on a narrow rectangular skeleton rounded at the top and the bottom — but it’s the somewhat quirky details that make it stand out. Many of the terminals end in a softened point, as do some strokes where curves join straight stems. Most letters have a swashed alternate version, and special English-language keywords such as WITH, OF and BY (the latter two in upper- and lowercase) add to the font family’s versatility. There’s also a wealth of ligatures and various numeral styles. Use for packaging, brochures, identity and poster projects.