Wether it reminds you that time you spent in the islands last summer, or your dad’s favorite 60s psychedelic record sleeve one thing is certain, Palm Volta came to party. Like a volcano spewing liquid hot death metal, Palm Volta is guaranteed to spice up headlines and melt the face of any onlooker who dare gaze upon it’s blocky curviness.
Font Key Features:
- Numbers & Some Punctuation
- Single Weight
Palm Volta is great for display type usage on show posters, flyers, tiki inspired design & more. It’s flat feet and blocky construction make it great for arching & bending around just about anything. But most of all Palm Volta is perfect for setting long dense paragraphs of copy (kidding).
About the designer
Kendrick’s design work is as varied as the cereal aisle at your local grocer. His love for exploring new techniques helps his pieces stay fresh, and keeps Kidd engaged in the ever-evolving design community. Where some designers have used style to define their work, Kendrick unifies his portfolio with his approach. “I’ve always loved a great design execution, but the work I enjoy creating the most has a great concept behind it too”, Kidd says. This thread of thought becomes clearer the deeper you explore the themes and story vignettes in much of his work.
In addition to spending the last 20 years in advertising industry, Kendrick freelances for companies like, Target, Nickelodeon, Fitbit, and Nike to keep his skills sharp.