OTF | 9.56 MB
Larsseit is a sans which mixes a very low contrast and classical proportions. Larsseit emphasizes cleanliness, readability and objectivity. The Larsseit family includes 6 weights, from UltraThin to Black, with their corresponding italics and Small Caps. Each font includes OpenType Features such as Proportional Figures, Tabular Figures, Numerators, Superscripts, Denominators, Scientific Inferiors, Subscript, Ordinals, Ligatures and Fractions.
Brush Up Font Family 2xOTF $34
Designers: Ricardo Marcin, Erica Jung
- Brush Up is the cool handpainted typeface you are looking for. Swiftly painted on paper and carefully translated into a font, it brings 3 glyphs for each letter and 2 for each number, plus variations for some punctuation marks. The font is nicely programmed to cycle these alternate glyphs when Contextual Alternates engines of applications are turned on. Or, you can always pick up your choices manually through a glyphs palette. Either way it will certainly turn out refreshing!
- Surprisingly versatile, Brush Up is available in two cuts – upright and oblique – and will greatly fit tons of purposes.
- Is it a headline? A small chunk of text? Maybe not that small? Ok, just Brush'em all!
Sanchez, designed by Daniel Hernandez, is a serif typeface belonging to the classification slab serif, or Egyptian, that bears a strong resemblance to the iconic Rockwell, but with rounded edges— offering contrast and balance to the square structure. Sanchez & Sanchez Condensed comprises 12 variants, ranging from extra light to black, each of the same x-height.
OTF | 12 Fonts | JPEG Perview | 4.5 Mb RAR
Macha - A Different Sans Serif Family 8xOTF $40
OTF | WOFF
If R. Crumb met Frank the Bunny for drinks, they’d each order one bourbon, one scotch, and one Wonderland. Very aptly-named font. Go ask Alice. In fact, when the borogoves were done getting mimsy, YWFT Wonderland had ended up with over 1500 letter designs! It’s similar to our handset YWFT Gavin (2010), but injected with two parts of Yout’ Juice. This thing will enliven any billboard, explode any poster, and blow any screen you put it on. Don’t be late, late for this very important date with YWFT Wonderland: the most unorthodox font in the world.
OTF | WOFF
A ragged jagged experiment that’s sure to fit the needs of any mad scientist or extreme skier dude (you know the type).Features two sets of variations: one set on the uppercase keys and a different set on the lowercase keys. Mix and match them for best effect. No twisted or mangled points in this font. All paths guaranteed technically sound.
Analog is a grunge font that features bitmap dot patterns. This font is excellent for posters, album covers, or websites that need a touch of grunge appeal.
TTF | 156 Kb
Hansard is a clean but sketchy font face. It is readable even at a smaller size. The font features 95 glyphs with all web formats included, as well as, demo html/css.
TTF, EOT, OTF, SVG, WOFF, HTML, CSS | 1.01 Mb
OTF | WoFF | 48.3 MB
PF Bague Slab Pro draws its inspiration from early 20th century slabs and was designed as a companion to Bague Sans, a versatile monoline typeface with a distinct and eye-catching personality. Following its predecessor’s design guidelines, it overcomes the monotonous and mechanical rigidity of early geometrics by introducing subtle variations in stroke width and semi-wedge serifs rather than square slabs. These striking serifs, along with a mixture of attractive letterforms, exude a strong, modern and energetic personality at display sizes. On the other hand, at small sizes these distinct characteristics become subtle and the simplistic geometric personality of the typeface comes in place to offer a highly readable text.Bague Slab Pro is a very clean and legible typeface with a warm and well-balanced texture which is ideal for editorial design, branding and corporate identity. This superfamily includes 18 weights from Hairline to Ultra Black with a consistent and well-refined structure. The italics are slightly narrower than the romans with cursive characteristics. Each style consists of 718 glyphs with 13 opentype features and an extended set of characters which supports simultaneously Latin, Cyrillic and Greek.
OTF | WoFF | 44 MB
- Letro’s sturdy, slab serif form and sleek alternates make it perfect for any sort of display, whether it’s professional or personal, casual or serious, big, small, on a computer screen or on paper. Letro does everything: elegant while slightly blocky, stylised while legible, solid but full of finesse, this font isn’t the jack of all trades, it comes close to being the master. Letro comes in two weights, light and regular, with support for a multitude of languages. When you need a font with serifs to get the job done, Letro is your go to type.
OTF | 1.13 MB
Roble Alt is a variation of Roble. It is a Slab Serif Font, from a mix between Andes and Sanchez, following an harmony with both fonts one sans and one serif with a fresh and dynamic result.Roble Alt is a family of 16 display fonts 8 weights plus italics.
OTF | 2.91 MB
Meet the successor of our bestselling design kit 'Chameleon': Perron. The concept of designing multiple contrasting designs under the same name was first introduced by Fontforecast in TyfoonSans and TyfoonScript. Two font families that were designed to complement each other. And that’s exactly what this new release does. With the three designs in Perron, which means ‘platform’ in dutch, you will be able to take your design projects where ever you want them to go.This flexible kit consists of 7 fonts in three basic designs, and when combined Perron No1, No2 and No3 reïnforce each others charm. This offers great potential for creating lively layouts for many different projects, e.g. invites, menu’s, magazines, brochures, packaging, greeting cards, T-shirts, etc.Perron No1 is a serif display font with large and small Caps. This font requires an Opentype savvy application to reach its full potential. Turn on contextual alternates and beginning and ending characters are replaced by their alternative versions, as you type. Stylistic sets and swashes offer even more variations.
Perron No1 comes in two versions: No1 and No1 Shade. They can be used separate or layered for a colorful or shaded effect (if your application allows you to stack text frames).Perron No2 is a charming handwritten font, with slightly rough contours, that was added for an extra personal touch. It comes in regular and Italic.Perron No3 is a clean, tall and very skinny font family. It has large and small Caps and comes in three weights: Light, Regular and Bold. Because of its clean appearance No3 adds a modern touch to the design kit.
OTF | 175 kb
Carabelle is based on the Nebiolo type foundry’s Calipso design. Newly redrawn and with many original details added, this old typeface has been revitalized. Noble and sweet, Carabelle plays the elegant companion for cup cake shops, wedding invitations or culinary tours through France and Italy.
The Halis Grotesque font family comes in eight weights of Normal and Italic. In addition, all weights contain small caps in both italic and normal. The name of the font means “pure, clean.” The Halis Grotesque Font Family has the new Turkish Lira Sign as well as an alternative ampersand created by Prof. Halis Biçer, renowned in Turkey for his expertise in typography, calligraphy, and graphic design. That’s why this font’s name is inscribed with a dedication to the venerable Halis Biçer. The spaces between characters are wide enough to be legible even at very small sizes.With the HALIS GROTESQUE FONT FAMILY, you can create beautiful works for the web, including logos, banners, body copy, and presentations. Halis Grotesque also works nicely in print formats such as posters, T-shirts, magazines, and affiches. Because of its eye-pleasing style, this font is both effective and versatile.
OTF | WOFF | 26.9 MB
Gabriel Sans is a font family inspired by the original Sans Serif fonts of the Transitional age like Futura and Grotesk, but with a modern twist. It is clean, elegant and straight-to-the-point. It has features similar to the classic Helvetica - like the endings of the capital C - but goes one step further. It also has a quadratic look, which makes it easily distinguishable and easy to use - the height is nearly as long as the width.It is professional and equally suited to your business or your personal lifestyle; it can be used in logotypes as well as in typeset text. It’s an all-purpose font offering the best of both worlds!Gabriel Sans comes in six weights, italic and normal.
OTF | WoFF | 49 MB
Galano Grotesque is a geometric sans in the tradition of Futura, Avant Garde, Avenir and the like. It has a modern streak which is the result of a harmonization of width and height especially in the lowercase letters to support legibility. Galano Grotesque aims to be a universal weapon not only because it works great in headlines, short and long copies but also because of its subtle neutrality. It comes in 10 different weights with matching italics and is equipped with a set of powerful opentype features including alternative glyphs, fraction, arrows, ligatures and many more. An extended character set, supporting Central, Western and Eastern European languages, rounds up the family.During the design process of the alternative glyph shapes of Galano Grotesque, the interest of creating a standalone version emerged rapidly. This was the birth of Galano Grotesque Alt. Not only because of the legible and unique character created by the alternatives, but also because this could be the small copy embracing stylistic companion to Galano Grotesque. In addition to the alternative glyphs, the height of descender and ascender was increased, supporting structure and rhythm. When finishing Galano Grotesque Alt, it turned out to not only work great in small and long copies but also to be a great performer in headlines and short copies.I'm proud to introduce: Galano Grotesque and Galano Grotesque Alt.
This collection assembled 9480 different fonts (including a lot of business!) This set - the best way to find the universal font for all occasions or a special font for an elegant experimental project.
"9480 Fonts Collection Pack" created specifically for designers, artists, aesthetes, publishers, advertisers, and just for those who have the font - a hobby.
TTF + OTF | 9480 Fonts | 265 Mb
OTF | TTF | 1.18 MB
Although Catwing has a typewritten feel, it’s actually proportionally spaced.
Unlike most scripts, you're encouraged to break the rules and type in CAPITALS. Oh dear, really? Yes! Catwing Fuzz is, as its name would suggest, somewhat fuzzy. OpenType savvy applications will shuffle letters to create a more random looking fuzz effect. So what’s the point? Catwing gives you a warm, typewriter script feeling without the disadvantages or working with a monospaced font.
It was designed for use in subtitles and, as far as scripts go, it’s very readable and even suitable for body copy.
The Gill Sans® Nova typeface, by Monotype Studio designer George Ryan, expands the much-loved Gill Sans family from 18 to 43 fonts and features a coordinated range of roman and condensed designs. Several new display fonts are available, including a suite of six inline weights, shadowed outline fonts that were never digitized and Gill Sans Nova Deco that was previously withdrawn from the Monotype library.
A variety of OpenType® features are supported that make it possible to include experimental characters from different points in Gill Sans’s long history, including pointed diagonals on ‘A’, ‘V’ and ‘W’ and alternatives for ‘b’, ‘d’, ‘p’ and ‘q.’ Proportional figures are also available as an alternative to the tabular designs.
The Gill Sans Nova family has a large character set that supports Latin, Greek and Cyrillic languages. The display weights support Latin only.
“Gill Sans was fast to strike a chord with people after its initial 1928 release and quickly became popular,” explains Ryan. “It’s been adapted for every publishing technology, from mechanical typesetting to digital imaging – always receiving the best treatment from Monotype in each iteration. This is especially true with all that we’ve added to the new series, while still retaining the familiarity of Gill Sans. My goal was to ensure clarity across digital environments, add missing weights, and bring more personality to the family with new display fonts, as well as Gill-inspired alternate characters.”
The Gill Sans Nova typeface family is part of the new Eric Gill Series, drawing on Monotype’s heritage to remaster and expand and revitalize Eric Gill’s body of work, with more weights, more characters and more languages to meet a wide range of design requirements. The Series also brings to life new elements inspired by some of Gill’s unreleased work, recently discovered in Monotype’s archive of original typeface drawings, designer correspondence and documents from the last century.