118 Font Family 875 Fonts $20000 (With Lost Fonts)
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Parachute is an independent award-winning type foundry. It landed in 1999, but it wasn’t till 2001 that it started operating as a full-scale company. Since then, 13 designers have joined in to form a select group of open minded, free spirited individuals, all coming from diverse design fields.Over the years, Parachute has built a strong network of valuable relationships with customers in Europe, United States, Canada, Asia and Australia. It’s clientele includes multinational companies and organizations such as the European Commission, American Express, UEFA, Disney, Time Warner, McGraw-Hill, Ikea, Samsung, Nestle and Unilever, advertising and branding agencies such as BBDO, McCann Erickson, TBWA, MetaDesign, JWT, Interbrand, Wieden+Kennedy, publications such as Financial Times, National Geographic, Harper’s Bazaar, Grazia, PC Magazine, PC World, as well as many others.The year 2003 marked the beginning of a new era for Parachute with the release of an award-winning catalog (Print European Design Annual 2004). Since then an emphasis was placed on multilingual support and opentype technology.During the last 5 years Parachute has won several major international typeface design awards, with the most recent the red dot: grand prix 2012 for original typeface. All Parachute fonts have been designed to offer multilingual support for major scripts such as Latin, Greek and Cyrillic. Latest entries support Arabic as well.
The font family “Clasica” is ideal to cover every design need. Excellent for titles, paragraphs, magazines, books, editorials and logos. The particularity and identity of this font is found in the thinness of its vertical strokes and symmetrical serif. Inspired by the “Optima” font but with a serif that gives a different and new feel. “Clasica” counts with glyphs for the letters: a, e, f, g, r and y. This font family comes with 9 different weights with their respective italics.
OTF | 18 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.7 Mb RAR
Chameleon consists of 16 fonts based on 3 completely different designs. Different but specially designed to complement each other. Together they form a well-balanced design kit suitable for many different projects, e.g. invites, menus, magazines, brochures, packaging, etc. Chameleon comes in three styles: 2 outline versions and a basic (solid) version. To combine Chameleon with Chameleon Fill, you will need an application that allows you to stack text frames. Once you start layering different fills, like a true chameleon, you can change colors and patterns. Simply place several layers on top of each other, choose from 7 fills to determine your pattern and assign a color to the fill. Always place one of the outline versions of Chameleon on the top layer. Chameleon Pen was added to give you the possibility to spice up your design with a personal touch. It is a charming handwritten font, which was first written out with a dip pen and ink, then scanned in and digitalized. It comes in regular and italic. And then there is Chameleon Sketch for a bit of nonchalance to add to your designs. The Outline, Hatch and Solid version can be used separately, or stacked to create a shadowy or multi-colored effect. On top of that, you'll find 102 glyphs of extra fun to play with in Chameleon Sketch Extra.
OTF | 16 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 5.7 Mb RAR
OTF | 638 KB
Nanami is a brand new Japanese inspired type family. Originally influenced by early swiss geometric-style sans serif faces that were popular in use throughout Japan during the 1970s. Nanami consists of 18 individual weights ranging from Thin through to Black. It also has extensive support for over 27 languages, and as a font family that works well both in headlines and bodycopy, Nanami is the perfect choice for a whole variety of creative briefs.
OTF | 1.38 MB
“A picture is worth a thousand words” and here, that’s more than true. Take a look at Erotica’s Booklet; Erotica’s Poster Design and Erotica’s User’s Guide before reading below.
The difference between Pro and Std styles is the quantity of glyphs. Therefore, Pro styles include all the decorative alternates and ligatures while Std styles are a reduced version of Pro ones.
Lucas Sharp’s first release through Village debuts in the Incubator. Sharp Sans injects some much needed humanism into the Futura model. With its sheered terminals and true italics, Sharp Sans combines the appealing typographic compensation of the grotesque, with the plump circular bowls of the geometric. The result is a typeface suited for both text and display use that breaths life into the genre of the geometric sans.
OTF | 20 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.1 Mb RAR