OTF | 7.66 MB
If you are looking for a unique typeface with a light and pure elegance, Marlowe will be your choice.Marlowe is the rat pack of fonts: Regular is perfect for headlines and subtitles, while the expressive Escapade, Swirl and Cocktail styles are charming display fonts. All four provide an extended set of capitals, small caps and lower case characters.Please take a close look at the elegant alternate letters for A, E, K, M, N, O, Q, R, W and g – there are even three kinds of ampersands to choose from.Altogether Marlowe offers amazing 25 alternates and 74 discretionary ligatures, while Marlowe Swirl has additional 26 automated ligatures. Make sure you use applications supporting all these lavish OpenType features.
OTF | 8.33 MB
Sepian is an original hand lettered font based primarily on Textualis, or Textura in the Blackletter family – the style most commonly associated with Gothic scripts. The addition of barbs to the terminals adds to its modern and sharp look and feel.Sepian is perfect for anything in need of a wicked, gothic and medieval look. Use it for tattoos, a headline for a poster, a sinister tale and more. It is surprisingly versatile.
OTF | 6.8 MB
Emily Lime is the namesake font - and the first of many to come from this up and coming foundry. It’s a fun, fully connected script with open type features to help with flow and readability. This great handwriting font includes other features to help make each creation unique and interesting - swashes, letter embellishments, alternates, etc. Plus, it has a separate font to build-your-own frames! The number of frame designs you can create are limitless!
Uberschrift is an elegant display font for creating expressive headlines or logos. The font contains only capital letters, but comes with 200 discretionary ligatures and several alternate characters.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 14.1 Mb RAR
After doing this for so many years, one would think my fascination with the old history of writing would have mellowed out by now. The truth is that alongside being a calligraphy history buff, I'm a pop technology freak. Maybe even keener on the tech thing, since I just can't seem to get enough new gadgets. And after working with type technologies for so many years, I'm starting to think that writing and design technologies as we now know them, being about 2.5 post-computer generations, keep becoming more and more detached from what the very old humanity arts/tasks they essentially want to facilitate. In a world where command-z is a frequently used key combination, it’s difficult to justify expecting a Morris-made book or a Zaner-drawn sentence, but accidental artistic “mutations” become welcome, marketable features. When fluid pens were introduced, their liquid saturation influenced type design to a great extent almost overnight ? an influence professional designers tend to play down. Now round stroke endings are a common sight, and the saturation is so clean and measured, unlike any liquid-paper relationship possible in reality. Some designers even illustrate their work by overlaying perfect circles at stroke ends, in order to illustrate how “geometric” their work was. Because if it’s measured with precise geometry, it’s got to be meaningful design.
OTF | 5 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 42.5 Mb RAR
Domani from CounterPoint is a faithful digital revival of an old photo-typositing face called ITC Didi. Originally designed by Herb Lubalin and Tom Carnase, Domani brings to life a font that has been somewhat neglected by the digital era until now. Brought to the attention of Jason Walcott by graphic designer Rob King, this font immediately captured Jason with its 1970s high contrast Didone style, typical of that time period. It has some unique design details that set it apart from other didone style typefaces. “Domani” is the Italian word for “tomorrow”. The name was suggested by Rob King, and Jason felt it was perfect for this revitalized design. Walcott has created a professional quality digital version that is both faithful to the original design while expanding the character set to make use of OpenType features. A full set of swash capitals and several swash lowercase, designed by Walcott, has been added, as well as support for Latin-based and Eastern European languages.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 4.2 Mb RAR
OTF | 4.16
The Lilac (or Syringa vulgaris), a slightly vigorous plant, gives a nice colour to the place where its located, well maintained from one season to another and even when not in flower, the colour of its foliage and compact form makes it attractive enough.Lila Pro was created on the coast of Andalucía, inspired by its vibrant colour’s contrasts, and lush climate. This new script has all the advantages of OpenType technology that allows a variety of combinations: standard ligatures, contextual alternates, discretional ligatures, word ending and tails. Specially designed for creating logos for products and packaging, this font can also be used as body text for its good legibility and accurate kerning.
OTF | 5.69
Book Jacket is arguably the most famous of all typefaces done in the Typositor era. Designed by Ursula Suess over an entire year, and published in 1972, Book Jacket became an instant success story that lasted well into the 1980s (even though it was copied by Phil Martin who published it under the name Bagatelle shortly after its release).Almost 40 years later, Ursula Suess and Canada Type consolidate their talents to bring you a revised, improved and expanded digital version of this film type classic, including small caps, additional swashes and new alternative forms.Book Jacket is available as a 4-font package in Mac PostScript and universal TTF format, or a single Pro OTF which includes features for small caps, swashes, caps to small caps, stylistic alternates, and class-based kerning.
Squoosh Gothic is a serious new contender in the arena of headline fonts. Upright and condensed, Squoosh’s whimsical name belies its true nature. Though, that’s not to say it’s totally devoid of a sense of merriment – it just values a more orderly, regulated kind of tomfoolery. Mad-libs for instance, or The Times cryptic crossword. Its mature but unmistakably witty attitude can go a great distance to lending a sense of culture and an air of scintillation to your designs. Don’t miss out on this sanguine new font, Squoosh Gothic from Thinkdust, available now.
OTF | 2 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 5.1 Mb RAR
Egon is a contemporary Slab-Serif typeface family built in ten styles—extra-light, light, regular, bold and black weights in roman and italic respectably. This is a refreshed (second) edition of Egon Serif, originally designed in 2008. The typeface has been updated—four new styles in ExtraLight and Black weights were added to the family and minor adjustments to glyph shapes (mostly italics) have been made.The typeface is designed with industrial and architectural flavor, as homage to Egon Eiermann, one of Germany’s great architects of 20th century. Egon is ideal as text and display font for publication use. Egon is released as OpenType single master with a Western CP1252 character set.
OTF | 6 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4 Mb RAR
Kurversbrug is a revival of the famous letters appearing on Amsterdam’s bridges. The letters were probably designed by Anton Kurvers (b. Den Haag, 23 July 1889; d. Amsterdam, 29 January 1940). Although many corrections were made in order to improve its performance on paper, the original look is still intact. Kurversbrug is a font suitable for posters and idiosyncratic typographic works.
OTF | 3 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.2 Mb RAR