Fraktur: (German: [fʁakˈtuːɐ̯]) is a calligraphic hand of the Latin alphabet and any of several blackletter typefaces derived from this hand. The blackletter lines are broken up; that is, their forms contain many angles.
The word derives from Latin fractūra ("a break"), built from fractus, passive participle of frangere ("to break"), the same root as the English word "fracture".
During Quarantine, I set on to create a typeface, inspired by Fraktur-typography. It started out a simple word submitted by a friend on Instagram (Quarantine):
The connection between two letters, like "fl", "fi", "ft", etc. I won't get into details, but we use them to correct problematic zones of a typeface, and bring in more visual harmony.