OTF | WOFF
A?? ?hand?-drawn shadowed and textured display sans?. Strong and stylish, ?definitely?. Two glyphs per letter for a ?nice ?natural ?feel.And ?let’s not? forget to ?remark the hi-versatile solo versions??. ?The?se fit many design applications, ?with the ?amazing ability of looking slightly serious or slightly fun?. ?But always genuine, you bet?!
OTF | 13.4 MB
Xenois is a sweeping suite of designs that will provide solutions for a multitude of projects. Annual reports, restaurant menus, business correspondence, corporate identity programs, movie credits and advertising campaigns can all be set with various faces from the family. Interrelating perfectly, the sub-families within the series include Xenois Sans, Serif, Semi, Soft, Slab and Super.The designs have a common and obvious design bond, yet each is able to stand on its own as a distinct typestyle. The Xenois typefaces are based on a common underlying model; they have the same cap height, the same lowercase x-height, the same stem weights, and the same basic character shapes. This unity of shape and proportion results in a remarkably complementary set of typeface designs.
OTF | 23.6MB
Roedy Green wrote, "PragmataPro is an excellent programmer’s font from font designer Fabrizio Schiavi in Italy, the creator of the earlier Pragmata Programmer font. He has done a remarkably good job of making those characters look distinct."
OTF | 769 KB
Dulce pro (improved and changed version of Dulce), is a swash typeface, monoline elongated teardrop terminals. This romantic and thin font has certain characteristics of a script, without turning it, which gives a sophisticated and elegant.
Dulce pro, has initial capital letters with swashes and final in lowercase. To make it a more complete typeface we have added italics and ornaments also make any design, a very welcome time to design, among its ornaments can find hearts, a flower, banners, various frameworks to mix, among others.
OTF | TTF | 19.2 MB
The Harriet Series is a rational serif family. It’s a contemporary reflection of the serifs popular in mid-20th-century American and English design. Harriet draws inspiration from both transitional faces, such as Baskerville, and modern faces, such as Century, at the same time it is unburdened by any particular historical model. The display styles give it just enough exuberance to sparkle while the diligent, sturdy text styles make it a true workhorse.
OTF | 1.62 MB
Recently selected as on of "Our Favorite Typefaces of 2013 by Typographica.org Dark Angel is the first completely new take on the traditional “blackletter” font style seen in decades. It began its journey towards the light years ago when this style was born as a sketch for a new logo for the California Angels baseball team (renamed shortly thereafter the Anaheim Angels). The Angels logo never happened, but that sketch has risen from the dead and become the basis for this brand new font design—and was also the source for the name. It’s kind of blackletter in feel, but as a display font it’s so much more. It is far more legible than most “Old English” or “Gothic Script” styles, and incorporates many features never before seen in them, such as swashes, tails and a plethora of ligatures.Dark Angel can be purchased in its regular solid form, or as Dark Angel Underlight—a handtooled font. If these two fonts are purchased together, the Family package will contain a third font—Dark Angel Highlight. With this font layered over the basic font, you can achieve two–color typesetting when the highlight and the base font are assigned two different colors.Dark Angel has enough language support to make the builders of Babel envious—its 1,163 glyphs can be used to set copy in 59 different languages. From A to Z: Afrikaans, Albanian, Basque, Bemba, Bosnian, Catalan, Cornish, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Faroese, Filipino, Finnish, French, Galician, Ganda, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Kalaallisut, Kamba, Kikuyu, Kinyarwanda, Lithuanian, Luo, Malagasy, Malay, Maltese, Manx, Morisyen, North Ndebele, Norwegian Bokmål, Norwegian Nynorsk, Nyankole, Oromo, Polish, Portuguese, Romansh, Sango, Shona, Slovak, Slovenian, Somali, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Swiss German, Turkish, Welsh, and last (but not least) Zulu.
OTF | TTF | 100KB
Welcome to Wubble labs where the future of fonts is today. We have something new and very exciting to show you; Wubble, the finest liquid font we’ve ever produced. This font is the result of years of meticulous research to duplicate the precise characteristics of colloidal glopulation. In layman’s terms: it looks like puddles of water. Actually, it was my assistant who accidentally left a cheese slice on hot plate over a Bunsen burner that gave us the breakthrough we were looking for.
OTF | TTF | 676 KB
Report School is a geometric sans-serif font custom designed for education.
You can almost hear the hum of the fluorescent lights and those special clocks made only for schools which run slightly slower than regular clocks.
Numerals are tabular (vertically aligning) for easier math equation alignment. Other tabular characters include: parentheses, brackets, bar, Omega, pi, micro, Delta, asterisk, degree, percent and all math operators. The infinity and @ are a bit wider than a digit. Superior and inferior numerals are not tabular.
OTF | TTF | 128 KB
Draculon is an animated casual inspired by the letterforms of William Orcutt’s Humanistic font from 1904 . . . which was in turn based on an Italian manuscript from 1485. The subject of the manuscript was probably something about vampires and pirates or even worse: the dreaded vampirates.
OTF | TTF | 98 KB
Sunday Monday font is a cursive, handwritten typeface. It has been crafted using India ink and an old steel pen. I have added some splatter and stain, to give it a ‘grungy’ look.
Sunday Monday comes with kerning and all diacritics.
OTF | TTF | 101 KB
Univers and Helvetica Compressed are most often used for movie posters, but they lack variants. Therefore I made a compressed family with seven weights for more versatility.
OTF | TTF | 572 KB
Tempo was a popular newspaper typeface in the mid 20th Century. Problem: mismatched styles. Individually, they were brilliant. As a family: chaotic. Except for a recent stint as Neuzon, Tempo Bold Extended was abandoned by the cruel tides of history.
OTF | TTF | 644 KB
Milibus is a smart, anti-retro sans with battleship styling, technical proportions and even color. Milibus was a stream of consciousness attempt to create something which has a technical/industrial look while avoiding some of the minimalist 1970’s truisms seen in most “techno” fonts: keep everything as modular, square and minimalist as possible. Milibus avoids those modular traps. The construction of the C and S are intentionally utilitarian and DIN-like which helps Milibus avoid looking like it’s simply minimalist for minimalism’s sake. The closed aperture (mouth) of C,G,J,S,a,c,e,s was done party to mimic a 20th Century technical quality but also to avoid the 1990’s platitude of “open means readable” (Lucida, Frutiger etc.). The whole font has a deliberately non-modular look: compare the lowercase latter and you can see how I avoided matching shapes. The vertical strokes on A,V,W,Y,w,v were inspired by 1980’s dot matrix printer fonts which often used flat sides out of geometric necessity. Those flat sides are the reason the lowercase y is unconventional: a orthodox y using flat sides looks awkward and constricted, hence the unique design. The slanted lowercase ascenders are a tribute to 20th Century highway sign lettering and it makes the lowercase l more identifiable from the capital I.
OTF | WOFF
A display font collection for fantasy headlines within the concept of Moho Condensed based in letters with shadows as Moho Umbra Regular and Italic, or simple shadow effect as Moho Shadow Regular and Italic, or font effects to be used in color layers. all ideal for interesting lettering to magazines, posters and labels design.
La Maga Font Type
La Maga Font Type is a decorative typeface and used for short texts. His base is in the Modern fonts with delicate organic curves to make reference to the nature. It's great for titles and logos!
TTF | 1 Font | JPG Preview | 4.3 Mb RAR
Daphne Script Font Family $89 | 1 x TTF and OTF
This gentle script, designed by writing master Georg Salden, is full of grace and vitality. The richness of ideas appear particularly in the curved capital characters. Lower case letters have curved elements primarily at the ascender and descender parts. Daphne Script contains numerous alternate characters and other OpenType features.
OTF | TTF | 18.7 MB
Telidon Ink is an font reminiscent of dot matrix printer fonts of the 1970s and 1980s and are still in use today on retail receipts. A subtle horizontal smearing effect, simulates the ink ribbon moving against the paper. If you want a clean version of this font, Telidon Ink has a sister family simply called Telidon. The extended styles have doubled pixels, just like the dot matrix fonts of yesteryear.
Activist is a functional display sans face with a minimalist esthetic. It’s macho stance refers to the compressed rectangular forms of the early-20th-century jobbing types, with influences by contemporary license plate lettering. Activist packs a more assertive line than either of these models. This capital-only font is available in one weight based on the Formular font family. Commissioned by the Anticorruption Foundation.
OTF | 1 Font | JPG Preview | 3.9 Mb RAR