OTF | 2.1 MB
Pesaro is a new text typeface with a strikingly robust but charming appearance. Inspired by early prints from Venice like Jensen and Manutius, it follows its own formal concept of a contemporary design – a stable typeface with strong text qualities and graphic appeal.The Pesaro family comprised 12 styles and is well suited for ambitious typography. It comes in OpenType format with extended language support. All weights contain ligatures, proportional lining figures, tabular lining figures, proportional old style figures, lining old style figures, matching currency symbols, fraction- and scientific numerals and elegant swash captitals for all italic styles.
OTF | 1.4 MB
An attempt to go back towards the beauty of fine book printing, inspired in Britain’s literary classics.Athelas takes full advantage of the typographic silence, that white space in the margins, between the columns, the lines, the words, the lettershapes and finally, within the characters themselves. It is also intended to take advantage of the great advances and technical developments made in offset printing.Athelas shows its best side in finely crafted book editions and good printing conditions. Athelas has a large character set that covers most of the languages that use the Latin script. Although inspired in British literature, this typeface respects the cultural values behind different languages, where diacritic marks have an utterly important role.Athelas features four weights and about 800 characters per weight, including small caps, discretionary ligatures, fractions, a complete range of numerals for every use and a set of ornaments and arrows.
Enamel Brush is a caricature of a 1955 font called Catalina by Emil Klumpp. In OpenType savvy applications, some letter combinations are automatically replaced with ligatures for a more natural look.
TTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 7.6 Mb RAR
Egon Sans is a geometric sans serif typeface family built in ten styles (extra-light, light, regular, bold and black weights all in roman and italic). Egon Sans is an extension to the Egon (Slab Serif) family, designed in 2008. The typeface is designed with industrial and architectural flavor, as homage to Egon Eiermann, one of Germany’s great architects of 20th century. Egon Sans is ideal as text and display font for publication use. Egon Sans is released as OpenType single master with a Western CP1252 character set.
OTF | 10 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 5.1 Mb RAR
OTF | 2.3 MB
Karmina 4 Fonts Karmina Sans
Karmina is a text typeface developed mainly for pocket books and budget editions. It was built to withstand the worst printing conditions: low quality papers, high printing speed with web presses and variations in the ink level of the printing press.
Karmina Sans follows the steps of its successful award winner cousin, Karmina Serif . It shares the same technical excellence and it achieves similar stylistic features, but the new sans serif version proposes a much more versatile tool for editorial designers.
Verner, the script brother of Verna, is a versatile contemporary script font. Verner has a set of automatic ligatures, swash characters and a selection of ornaments and a couple of alternate characters that you can easily access in any Opentype savvy program. Ornaments are placed in Stylistic set 1 but you'll also find them from the glyph panel.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 4.4 Mb RAR
American type designer Michael Abbink and Dutch type designer Paul van der Laan created this slab FontFont in 2013. The family has 18 weights, ranging from Thin to Black (including italics) and is ideally suited for advertising and packaging, book text, logo, branding, small text, wayfinding and signage as well as web and screen design. FF Kievit provides advanced typographical support with features such as ligatures, small capitals, alternate characters, case-sensitive forms, fractions, and super- and subscript characters. It comes with a complete range of figure set options – oldstyle and lining figures, each in tabular and proportional widths.
OTF + TTF | 18 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 7.4 Mb RAR
Filmotype Zephyr combines the elegant script capital forms with a classic condensed italic to create a smart and stylish typeface. Originally released in the early 1950s, Filmotype Zephyr has been meticulously redrawn from the original font filmstrips and has been enhanced to include a full international character compliment, automatic fractionals, ordinals, and a host of alternate characters in dynamic OpenType format.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 4.3 Mb RAR
OTF | 3.9 MB
The idea of a brand-new grotesk is certainly rather foolish – there are already lots of these typefaces in the world and, quite simply, nothing is more beautiful than the original Gill. The sans-serif chapter of typography is now closed by hundreds of technically perfect imitations of Syntax and Frutiger. The only chance, when looking for inspiration, is to go very far ...A grotesk does not afford such a variety as a serif typeface, it is dull and can soon tire the eye. This is why books are not set in sans serif faces. A grotesk is, however, always welcome for expressing different degrees of emphasis, for headings, marginal notes, captions, registers, in short for any service accompaniment of a book, including its titlings. We also often come across a text in which we want to distinguish the individual speaking or writing persons by the use of different typefaces. The condition is that such grotesk should blend in perfectly with the proportions, colour and above all with the expression of the basic, serif typeface. In the area of non-fiction typography, what we appreciate in sans-serif typefaces is that they are clamorous in inscriptions and economic in the setting. John Sans is to be a modest servant and at the same time an original loudspeaker; it wishes to inhabit libraries of educated persons and to shout from billboards.
100+ Custom Shapes + 40 Badge Overlays | 664 MB