Italic Regular
Socko began with lettering found in a 1950’s knitting magazine — a little “SOCKO!” sketch for a sock pattern. This typeface was designed by Libbie Bischoff as part of her 52 Fonts project and has now been fully developed into a 2-style, chunky sans. With it’s fat-bottomed forms, Socko has a retro feel and a huggable energy. It would feel right at home on festival posters, any kind of beverage branding, or a tee shirt for your local record store.