Challah is a display font containing 295 glyphs.
Letters are very diverse, but because they contain several shapes characteristic for each other – they retain a certain coherence.
When creating the font, the main inspiration was to take from the Brazilian graffiti trend – Pichação and Korean typography.
Most of the letters are the same size and width, however, when designing, we also tried to include at certain moments small “surprises” that will surely interest and surprise the user of the above-mentioned typeface.
The font fits very well into the urban structure, therefore it perfectly matches the art on the walls with the art on the billboards, creating a kind of dialogue.