Taiga is a classy upright script. It?s closely related to Mishka yet different: while Mishka is playful Taiga is more elegant and fancy. Click on Swash, Contextual or Stylistic alternates in any Open Type savvy application for gorgeous display lettering. Turn on Small Caps to activate a complete set of block capitals designed to go with the font.
OTF | 111 Kb
OTF | TTF | 140 KB
We have created this family inspired from the hand-drawn letters used from the late 1800s until beginning of 1900s for notices, advertising, posters and also early comic titles.
TTF, OTF | 1 FONT | 293 KB
Display Plump is a display font not intended for text use. It was designed specifically for display, headline, logotype, branding, and similar applications. There are numbers and punctuation located under their respective keys. The Gerald Gallo foundry now offers 211 font styles.
TTF, OTF | 2 FONTS | 1.80 MB
With its friendly curves and ballpoint pen shapes, Chelly FY is a lovely script font.
Generous, young and feminine, this font will certainly express all its freshness for girly designs, menu-boards, packaging or branding.
OTF | 1 FONT | 230KB
Introduced by Filmotype in the early to mid-1950s, Filmotype Homer was created in response to customer demand for a wider brush script expanding on Filmotype’s popular sign painter sho-card lettering styles used in the late 1940s through the 1950s. With its bold unique brush lettered forms and larger x-height, Filmotype Homer is easily readable at smaller sizes while retaining is classic pinstripe speed shop look.
Filmotype Homer was developed from the original font filmstrips and includes a full international character complement, automatic fractionals, ordinals, and a generous complement of alternate characters and ligatures, creating a genuine connecting hand-painted look in dynamic OpenType format.
TTF, OTF | 1 FONT | 1.00 MB
Sonovovitch is a unicase display typeface inspired by the Russian Constructivist movement and Soviet Cold War era propaganda. Although a faux Russian font, Sonovovitch has language support for the true Cyrillic alphabet. Originally intended as an exercise in downsizing the typical font’s character set, Sonovovitch quickly expanded in the opposite direction, adding multiple variations for letterforms and utilizing Open Type features allowing for easy substitution of glyphs… creating plenty of variety for letter combinations. Open Type “Titling Alternates” even substitute completely foreign glyphs, never seen before in any language, allowing for totally alien typesetting. The results found in Sonovovitch are packed with bold character and eastern European influenced flair.