A Sansekerta inspired type
Sans-Skript is a display typeface inspired by Javanese Script (or Sanskerta in Bahasa Indonesia). Javanese script is one of Indonesia’s many traditional scripts, commonly used by Javanese people from mid-15th CE to mid-20th CE. Though not commonly used anymore, it is still taught and used in cities across East and Central Java.
Sans-Skript translates the high-contrast, modular and organic features of the Javanese Script into the Latin alphabet. (Hence the not-script naming)
The typeface is aimed to be used for large format prints, above 100 pt, and can be used alongside Javanese script fonts.