Kernit: a typeface developed for The Jim Henson Exhibition at The Museum of Moving Image

When Collins & MCKL designed a new font for an exhibition about Jim Henson, the creator of the Muppet Show, the naturally named it Kernit, a word referencing to both Kermit the frog and kerning, a typographic term.

The font, intended for the Jim Henson Exhibition at the Museum of the Moving Image, features bold characters inpired by the show. You can download it in bold and outline on this website.

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