Designers Ronnie Dela Cruz
- Sailfin is a condensed geometric typeface, and works best in text and display applications, such as headline, posters, signage, magazine, product branding, corporate branding, logos and titles. Several alternate characters are included in this typeface.
Reso is an experimental geometric typeface built from a broken arc module. Its minimal and contemporary letter shapes makes it well suited for logo design, headers and short texts. Five weights are available in OpenType format. The fonts include some standard OpenType features and support for most European languages.
OTF | 5 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4 Mb RAR
Calissa Pro is a multilingual, handwritten stylish copperplate calligraphy font, a sort of upgrade to issued earlier this year Calissa font. This file contains over 1800 glyphs and has many open type features including: fancy swashes, alternates, ligatures and lettering - all easily available at the click of a mouse. To make the most of this font an open type aware software is required.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 5.1 Mb RAR
OTF | WOFF | 35.6 MB
Sturdy and humane, Armitage renders type with vintage American warmth. Even with a subtle sparkle, Armitage stays humble to let words work.Rather than build on recent trends, Armitage starts over, derived from designs of the late nineteenth century. Designer James Puckett cast a wide net for source material. Letters from sign manuals, inscriptions, period posters, and architecture inspired Armitage as they inspired the designers of the nineteenth century.Armitage’s asymmetrical strokes and subtle flares prevent monotony by rolling with the cadence of language. Six weights and real italics make Armitage suitable for a wide range of tasks. Sturdy features stand up to adversity. With a strong jaw clenched in a grin, Armitage is always ready to work.
OTF | WOFF | 36.7 MB
Conto - a clear and reduced sans serif typeface in eight weights (upright, italic). It is mainly designed for corporate identity along with the editorial design and advertising. A special set of ligatures make the fonts very useful for logo type and lettering.The elegant Thin and the strong Black weights are working well in display typography, while the Regular, Medium and Bold weights are meant to stay well in text and tables.Main characteristic are the minimalistic and reduced lowercase shapes (a/b/d/g/m/n/p/q/r/u). Another specific feature is the rising contrast. Whereas you can not find any contrast in the Thin weight, you will find more and more contrast while climbing up to Black.Conto’s special ligatures are made for logo-types and lettering. Therefore you find Discretionary Ligatures like ‘r_a,’ ‘e_i,’ ‘s_t_u’ or ‘r_i’ and many more!!! Try the OT-feature ss01. Maybe there is something nice for your next logo.Conto contains around 850 glyphs and supports all latin-script based languages. It also includes small-caps and all kind of figures you need for serious typography. Of course you have case and small-cap sensitive punctuation and fractions up to 1/9 (oneninth).Nils Thomsen started to draw Conto in 2008. It is inspired by the lonely streets of north scandinavia and the dark forrest around. While cycling through the nature and drinking water from rivers the idea of a simple geometric typeface was born.
OTF | WOFF | 24.6 MB
Column Sans, talking about space efficiency. The character set that condensed can maximize the use of limited space without losing good legibility aspects. The typeface is very appropriate to be used as a text in a small column widths, display text, caption, title, author credit on the film, etc.Column Sans is available in OpenType format in the three weights Light, Regular, and Bold, whereby there are corresponding italics for all variants. In the same narrow italic versions, the “a” has a closed form while the “f” has a descender.Besides of standard ligature, this typeface is also equipped with some additional ligature and deligature like “fr”, “tt”, “cb”, “ch”, “ck” and so on as well as three “stylistic ligature”: “the”, “Mr” and “Mrs”.Please find more information about the OpenType Manual of this typeface on the gallery page (pdf) if possible.
Conde Nast House & Garden Magazine November 2014
English | 164 Pages | PDF | 91MB
Condé Nast House & Garden offers the best in contemporary design, decorating, renovating, architecture, gardens, travel and entertaining. We focus on beautiful interiors, the people inspiring the design scene and the know how to help you decorate and live stylishly.
Ivory is inspired by a beautiful typeface used in an illustrated compendium about pomology from 1882. We separated the elegant “Swashes” from the letters – use it together with “NoSwashes” to get two-colored initials. Please note that the kerning of NoSwashes works only together with Swashes. To achieve the two tone effect shown in the samples, you need to use an application that supports layers. For example, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe PhotoShop, CorelDRAW, and Quark. Some of the preview images where made by Arina Karen Renata Palilingan.
OTF | 3 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.2 Mb RAR
Cyrus Highsmith drew Scout and related logotype for Geraldine Hessler’s redesign of Entertainment Weekly. The large family marks the magazine’s first significant typographic update in a decade. Captions and sidebars are set in Regular and Bold; Light, Black, and Condensed styles form the backbone of the display. Scout’s form derives structural elements from both new and old: DIN, Venus, and Cairoli. Among other uses, Scout is recommended for Newspaper, Magazine, Book and Corporate use.
OTF | 24 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 11 Mb RAR
Pincoya Black Pro is a font based on lettering found on a poster from the Spanish Civil War, complemented with graphics developed in “La Unidad Popular” (Chilean political coalition) during the seventies. Pincoya has many alternate characters in Opentype format that provide multiple options when composing a text. It is an ideal font for high impact sentences, logotypes, magazine layouts, poster designs, etc. Languages include: Basic Latin, Western European, Euro, Catalan, Baltic, Turkish, Central European, Romanian and Pan Africa Latin.
OTF | 2 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 3.6 Mb RAR
Zamenhof is a family of five fonts that can be used singly or in combination to create a variety of bold, yet elegant, display styles. Inspired by Russian hand-lettering that appears to have been based on Jakob Erbar’s Phosphor, Zamenhof is essentially a Latin interpretation (with Cyrillic and Greek) of a Cyrillic interpretation of a Latin type design, with many changes along the way. (For example, all the Latin-only letters are quite different between the two designs: D, F, G, J, K, N, Q, R, S, U, V, W, Y, Z.) The Inline and Inverse styles of Zamenhof are the basic fonts and can be used effectively on their own. The Plain and Outline fonts — which I recommend using only in combination with the main designs — were created specifically to be combined with Inline and Inverse, as underlay and overlay layers, respectively. (You will need an application that supports layers, such as Adobe InDesign or Photoshop.) Zamenhof supports most European languages as well as modern Greek, and of course, Russian and other languages that use the Cyrillic alphabet. Needless to say, as Zamenhof is named after the father of Esperanto, it also supports Esperanto (as do all fonts from CastleType).
OTF | 4 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.1 Mb RAR