OTF | 3.42 MB
Sonora is a new profonts script typeface family supplied in the new OpenType Pro font format. Sonora contains six styles as light, medium, bold and the corresponding italics. The character set covers about 1.500 glyphs for the complete Latin character set (West, East, Baltic,Turkish, Romanian), and a huge number of handmade ligatures and alternates to make it a perfect OpenType Pro connecting script.Sonora is a very distinguished, elegant and versatile, intentionally non-slanted script font.
OTF | 6.81 MB
Trampoline is neat handwriting typeface inspired by requests I'm receiving as designer from people who would like to display dose of human touch in their products and editorials by having an typeface with personality and individuality.
The name “Bicyclette” was chosen because this typeface is all about balance and elegance. The idea was to create a highly contrasted sans-serif family carefully balanced between gentle curves and sharp angles, with large capitals opposing uncommonly short lower case, through six distinctive weights. The letters are wide, and the capitals pop up in headlines while the lower case leaves a lot of white space between the text lines because of its small x-height. The edges are rounded (but not so much for the family to be called rounded), just enough to make the text feel slightly softer, gentler, while retaining some of that technical sans sharpness. The Bicyclette character set supports Western and Central European languages, and includes an extended set of monetary symbols. Each weight includes small caps, ligatures, proportional lining and oldstyle numbers, tabular figures, fractions and scientific superior/inferior figures.
OTF | 7 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 5 Mb RAR
As in Victorian times, the precious, hand-lettered look of custom stationery is back in vogue. Enter Courtesy Script, an original creation by Alejandro Paul. Courtesy captures the elegance and propriety of finely practiced Spencerian penmanship, in particular the Zanerian school. Its lowercase is notably understated, a simple monoline with very wide connections that ease readability. In the capitals, Courtesy adds variety in both the weight of the strokes, and in degrees of flourish — from merely fancy to over-the-top engrossery. Based on an alphabet found in a 19th-century penmanship journal, Ale created hundreds of additional, stylistically complementary letterforms. Alternate capitals and lowercase letters, swashed lowercase forms, and ending and ornamental swashes; numerals, punctuation, and non-English and accented characters. With virtually endless ways to customize its use, Courtesy helps designers create fluid, signature looks on stationery and invitations, book covers, fashion layouts, and packaging.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 32.8 Mb RAR
Bend is a contemporary ribbon type family. Unlike most typefaces of that genre Bend is a sans serif. It is the top view angle and the characteristic stripes that create an elegant illusion of volume. A prominent feature of Bend is the ascending baseline. Simply rotating the text element by 14 degrees reveals the 3D effect and Bend’s full potential. Bend comes in two widths and with three different layers for chromatic results. As a display typeface Bend likes to be set in big sizes and short sentences.
OTF | 6 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 5.7 Mb RAR
Uma is a typeface family consisting of two weights: light and bold. The typography is fresh, informal and friendly at first glance, but the constructive architecture makes it elegant and modern. It works equally as well in large or small sizes, and the combination between the two weights is very interesting to work with. It is a contemporary typeface, ideal for use in magazines, brochures, flyers and advertising among other applications. Uma may seem simple at a first glance, but it is very functional and professional, with aesthetic enchanting details. Uma has a wide range of functionality and has a great personality. Designed by Ariel Di Lisio and digitized by Ale Paul, Uma includes alternates, fractions, ligatures and a wide range of latin languages.
OTF | 2 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.3 Mb RAR
Alfina is a chancery typeface that shows a modern temperament, but is inspired by the eponymous town of Torre Alfina, one of the most beautiful medieval villages of Italy, situated on the edge of the plateau Alfina, a few miles from of Orvieto. The place where is the castle is steeped in history. Its roots date back to the Lombard kingdom (seventh century); later it was under the rule of Monaldeschi (1200-1700) and more recently (1880) the property of the rich French banker Count Edoardo Cahen of Antwerp, who was responsible for the present aspect of the Castle. Alfina has soft lines, very slender upper cases and thin overlapping strokes; The stylistic alternates are particularly important, and the type is enriched by many, different OpenType features.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 11.2 Mb RAR
Aubaine (2012), the youngest typeface by designer Jean Paul Beumer, is to be seen as the elegant and graceful grandniece of the more modernist and business minded gentleman Helvetica who was born in 1957 in Switzerland and who is himself a descendant of the erratic “Baron Akzidenz Grotesk” (1896) – said to be the first widely used sans serif. This unsurpassed Aubaine is literally and figuratively a blessing in type territory, finally a girl that is really going to make it! Aubaine is assuredly a pleasant addition to the more upscale branch of the family of sans serifs. Aubaine therefore offers a variety of light weights and is characterized by round, smooth shapes and a large x-height. Also in small sizes Aubaine remains a friendly font with bright open counters. Excellent for use on sound aesthetic packaging of all kinds of desirable wellness and design products – including the “sweet” small print.
OTF | 7 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.7 Mb RAR
OTF | 1.77 MB
JAF Bernini Sans’s finely balanced weight distribution and open shapes make it a great text face, while the wide variety of weights and widths provide the designer with a rich toolbox for headings and display typography. What is more, each style of Bernini Sans includes two fonts: JAF Bernino Sans and his sister JAF Bernina Sans – a more playful version with alternate shapes such as round dots and a double-storey g.