OTF | TTF | 1 MB
Contemporary industrial design calls for a contemporary font. Zosma is function-driven, reflecting the silhouette of today’s modern tech accessories.
OTF | TTF | 7.21 MB
Domyouji was designed as a high-tech body copy companion to Korataki. With a nod to Handel Gothic, Domyouji brings the square-sans into the 21st Century.
Primus has been designed to express the feelings of future, science and innovativeness while being simple and clean. It’s a geometric typeface with rounded edges, carefully designed and kerned to achieve a high visual quality that would make it a perfect typeface for any kind of use. While providing a clean and enjoyable reading when it’s used for text purposes, Primus is primarily effective as a display typeface that can be used for logotypes, brand identities, advertisements and so on, to fully reflect our era and beyond.
OTF | 8 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 8 Mb RAR
Zocalo Banner retains some of the robust character of the Text with sturdy, flat unbracketed serifs and a modest contrast between thick and thin strokes. This makes it well-suited for decks & callouts, subheads, section heads, and other mid-sized tasks. In larger showings, the hardy finish of Banner lends a contemporary, forthright boldness to display settings.
OTF | 8 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.6 Mb RAR
Sanelma is a brush script inspired by Hot Rod lettering and sign painting. Sanelma is a very versatile script: It includes two different styles of end swashes, swash caps, small caps, lots of alternate characters and underline option. All in all it has over 1,200 glyphs. Sanelma is bouncy and smooth and has a very organic feel. You have a lot of options to customize it and that makes it perfect for logos, packages and titles.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 4.9 Mb RAR
Dala Moa is a sans serif stencil typeface for display, sharing the proportions of its cousin Dala Floda. It takes the same inspiration – the erosion of letters on stones – but takes the idea one stage further with the removal of serifs, revealing basic structures. The forms and proportions of the romans come directly from Dala Floda, while the italic diverges into the upright humanist tradition. The lighter weights show the influence Jan Tschichold’s stencil experiments of the 1930s, and in particular his lesser-known display face Saskia released by Schelter & Giesecke.
OTF | 16 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 5.8 Mb RAR