OTF | TTF | 68 KB
Meloriac is a pseudo-retro, unicase display font. An obvious tribute to Futura Ultra-Mega-Freakin’-Black and Avant Garde Heavy Heavy Heavy Heavy; Meloriac is ideal for tight headlines and logos. Squish! When we say tight kerning, we mean disco-slacks-tight 1970s kerning . . . track it wider on subheadings.
OTF | TTF | 82 KB
Betaphid is a wide, futuristic sans-serif display font. After the singularity, when the robots send in their letters of resignation, they’ll be printed in Betaphid..
Dobra is a very geometric and robust typeface with Sans and Slab Serif companions, specially suited for magazines and newspapers, although it works great as a corporate typeface. With five weights ranging from Light to Black with matching italic, available in both styles this highly readable typeface is full of OpenType features such as Small Caps, Tabular Figures, Central Europe characters and Historical Figures, among others.
TTF | 10 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.5 Mb RAR
Each single weight of Euclid Flex contains more than 500 alternate characters and ligatures. Thanks to font engineering and the OpenType font format, these characters can be activated using the OpenType Stylistic Sets and Discretionary Ligatures functions in any OpenType/Unicode-savvy application, or via the Glyphs Panel of the application.
OTF | 10 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 9.2 Mb RAR
OTF | TTF | 157 KB
Zamora wears its scrapes and scratches like battle scars. Sharp Latin serifs give Zamora real intensity. Zamora comes loaded with a variety of ligatures that give text a natural, random look.
OTF | TTF | 1.96 MB
Type designer Hannes von Döhren has created Pluto, a sweet type family consisting of 16 Uprights and 16 Italics; 32 fonts in all. The fonts are informal and friendly at first sight and lend themselves to display settings, however the straight and upright architecture of Pluto also makes it perfect for longer copy. Because of its large x-height, it even performs nicely in very small sizes. This contemporary type family is ideal for use in retail, cosmetics, food and hospitality applications and advertising.Pluto is equipped for complex, professional typography. The OpenType fonts have an extended character set to support Central and Eastern European as well as Western European languages. Each font includes alternate letters, fractions, lining-, tabular numbers, scientific superior/inferior figures and a set of arrows.
Maga shares the skeleton with one of our first typefaces (Quaestor, from 2004), but we didn't want to simply expand an existent design, so we took a step forward—not just with improved features and new weights, but also making the italics more usable than its predecessor. The balance between the counters and the space between letters makes this a very space-saving typeface with plenty of legibility, yet stylish enough for contemporary magazine design.
OTF | 10 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.6 Mb RAR
Clean, bold with some attitude. Works remarkably well with tight tracking. Contains some beautiful subtle variation in thickness to feel more humanistic. This font pairs very nicely with condensed sans like Tungsten and Flama. Serifed italic like Sabon and Farnham also work extremely well.
TTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 5.8 Mb RAR