OTF | 1.78 MB
Flexo is a geometric sans typeface, with humanistic warmth. It is a synthesis of the geometric and the humanistic. It has both mathematical straightforwardness, and humanistic refinement.Flexo has a squarish design, making it stand out in many uses. It will shine in both headlines and text. It is well suited for graphic design and corporate identity design. Flexo has sixteen styles, extensive language support, eight different kinds of figures, sophisticated OpenType features — so it’s ready for advanced typographic projects.
OTF | 3.95 MB
Saya FY is a fresh sans serif font suitable for text and display use. The lightly condensed letterforms are built up of a harmonized mix between well rounded curves and pointed endings. These calligraphic details afford a unified structure in small size and elegant shapes in larger sizes.
Saya FY comes out with 5 weights, roman and italic.Saya was co-created by Adrien Midzic, Jérémie Hornus & Alisa Nowak on fontyou.com, the first collaborative type foundry.
OTF | 526 KB
Jaquizaca is hand drawn type to go well with vector illustrations. Jaquizaca was created in 2001 to make inter-titles for a TV-programme. After twelve years it was revised and updated with ligatures, contextual alternates and other OpenType features. It supports all the European languages using Latin alphabet.
Being inspired by early Czech type design, Maiola is clearly a contemporary typeface, that is mindful of its historical heritage, implementing old-style features and calligraphic reminiscence, more frankly so in the Italic. Nevertheless, through its personality, it attempts to create a welcoming tension on the page, without shouting too loudly at the reader. It handles its expressive tendencies with care and in doing so increases its usability, with legibility being of great importance. Subtle irregularities of the letterforms enhance furthermore the dynamic spirit and liveliness of the typeface. With the advent of Opentype, allowing for bigger character-sets and better language support, as a natural consequence, Maiola Multiscript covers Latin A, Cyrillic and Greek. Although basically independent from each other, they are, however, designed in the same spirit as the Latin, and harmonize well in multilingual text settings. The update to this beautiful font family includes the addition of over 240 glyphs featuring new ornaments, stylistic alternates, ligatures, superior letters, fractions and more. Furthermore, several glyphs were significantly improved and the kerning was fine tuned for better performance. Originally released in 2005, Maiola was an immediate success. It won the renowned TDC competition in 2004 where it was also recognized as a “judge’s choice”, was part of the touring exhibition e-a-t, and was selected in the Creative Review design competition in 2005.
OTF | 6 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 5.5 Mb RAR
Arbotek has the original skeleton that the author used for the development of his typeface Arboria, a real ‘architect typography’, with a basic and radical approach to pure geometric forms. The three basic styles - Thin, Light and Light Rounded - try to approach the cartographic technique annotations and their output on plotters. The voluptuous style, Ultra, keeps the same structure of the Light versions, but develops as a historic Art Deco variant of this 20s and 30s graphic style.
OTF | 4 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.9 Mb RAR
OTF | 593 KB
The Aviano collection returns, refined into a new, mid-contrast sans-serif inspired by the design and style of early 1900ís American engravers. Engravers would meticulously carve lettering into copper plates for printing, and often these letters, for more impact, would be extended and only utilize capitals. While taking inspiration from the past, Aviano Gothic is distinctly one-of-a-kind, and is not a revival, but instead is based on the structure of pre-existing Aviano type families for interchangeability and interoperability. Aviano Gothic has been diligently honed to be sinuous and seductive, making it great for high-end work such as including jewelry, beauty, and other luxury products.The full Aviano Gothic family presents you with six distinct weights and is full of OpenType options. Available with the face are deco alternates for replicating inscriptions and signage of the í20s and í30s. Style sets are offered, together with four full sets of art deco-inspired alternates, swashes, and titling, in addition to an expansive range of other alternates to help ìunique-ifyî your layouts. Aviano Gothic also features forty discretionary ligatures for inventive typographic compositions. Begin planning your work with Aviano Gothic by looking at these options in the instructive .pdf brochure.OpenType-able applications, including Quark or the Adobe suite, allow for the comprehensive benefit of the ligatures and alternates. This typeface also features the glyphs to aid a broad number of languages.
OTF | 200
The great Italian artist, inventor, and visionary Leonardo da Vinci created an extraordinary variety of work which continues to amaze those who study it. This set faithfully captures Leonardo’s remarkable imagination and includes an exclusive Da Vinci Backwards font (reflecting the artist’s own unique style of handwriting). The 72 extras included are drawn from Leonardo’s sketchbooks and journals.
Schwager sans is the new version of Schwager. This time with a fresher taste, retaining the same principles of structure, geometry and modernist aesthetics in a contemporary reinterpretation. Designed especially for use in titles, reveals concepts associated with masculinity, technology or sports, perfect for application in cover design, logos, web.
OTF | 12 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.5 Mb RAR
Aloha! Veteran Sign Painter Pierre Tardif and Lettering Artist Charles Borges de Oliveria have teamed up to bring you these fun to use brush fonts. Aloha Script comes in two flavors: Aloha Script and Aloha Script Casual. Both fonts contain the same lowercase, alternates, and ligatures – the difference is in the capitals. By mixing both fonts you can create a variety of unique logos. Aloha Scripts Casual can be set in all caps for greater emphasis on captions. Both fonts contains over 100 alternate characters, as well as an assortment of ligatures, swashes and underlines. With over a year and a half in development, Aloha is bound to please. Great for logo design, signs, posters, culinary food packaging and so much more. Aloha!
TTF | 2 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.3 Mb RAR
Etelka was designed in summer 2005 for purposes of corporate style, product package design and electronic publishing. The number of printed materials coming with products has been significantly reduced in past years, while every installation CD carries a huge documentation, mostly in PDF format. It requires an extremely legible screen typeface which is readable even in long lines. There is absolutely no need of narrowed, economizing design, because the length of electronic brochures is virtually unlimited. Etelka is excellent also for printed technical manuals, containing Cyrillics and useful ideograms and signs. Its design idea is wide, open rounded square outline taken from old glass monitor shape. It has cool industrial feeling with all diagonals slightly softened. It is suitable not only for product manuals, boxes or electronic books, but also for all kinds of visual communication, especially corporate identity and orientation systems in architecture. The Monospace fonts are useful supplement for corporate style based on this family, for technical paragraphs in educational texts and office applications, where its light weight saves your toner cartridges.
OTF | 34 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.3 Mb RAR
OTF | 1.25 MB
This font family is inspired by printed work made by the Elzevir family back in the XVIIth century at Leiden (NL). They worked with material from several type designers, but further investigations sends us to the tracks of one in particular: Robert Granjon. Granjon italics were way ahead of his time, making some really beautiful signs like swashy ampersands and minuscule v letters. This font also contains old style figures in the same fashion as they were printed, like the flipped number 8 and open forms in 6 and 9. This is as much a revival as an original design, because of their weights bold and heavy (both with italics) that were inspired on some titles. In this font you can also find a lot of ligatures, small caps, diacritics and even a fleuron for each weight and variation.Leidener came up from two books: Constantini Imperiatoris (1611) and Exercitationum Mathematicarum (1657), printed by Louis and John Elzevir on their Leiden Workshop, back in the day.