OTF | TTF | 8.67 MB
We’re really excited to unveil our all-new line of ‘HAND SHOP FONTS’. As the name suggests, these are fonts that have a hand-made or hand-typography feel reminiscent of shop signboards from the past with an attentive focus by the shop owners, always looking to discover exciting and unique ways to promote their products or services.
While for decades typography has strived hard for perfection, one of the routes taken by the typography world as a whole has been to eliminate any form of ‘human imperfection’ in the typesets, but what about the times when you DO want to send across emotions of a personal human touch through your fonts?We did a step back...these fonts will give your shop-signs a personal touch, telling your buyers that they will get personalized attention, be it through an online or an offline business…We hope you love them as much as we do.!
OTF | TTF | 355 KB
Inspired by the Bronze Age of comics, “Fight to the Finish BB” comes with EIGHT sound effects fonts; four with clean edges, and four with rough edges. Talk about covering all the bases. All have extended European character sets, as always!
This typeface was inspired by the font Pabst Heavy, designed by Chauncey Hawley Griffith in 1928 for Linotype. Because of its formal characteristics, recalls the popular Cooper Black and probably was the reaction of Linotype to counter the popularity of this font distributed by the “American Type Founders” was acquired. It’s a heavy typeface, ideal for headlines or for use in creating logos, rounded shapes and gestures evoke dynamism and make it perfect to highlight specific words or phrases.
OTF | 2 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.1 Mb RAR
In the sketches that formed the basis for his typeface Biome, Crossgrove experimented with inner and outer shapes in different styles, adapted letters to the form of the super-ellipse, and added curves only to remove these again. His challenge was to find a harmonious and coherent approach that provided sufficient contrast with existing fonts. Biome is essentially in the sans serif tradition and the letters exhibit only minor variations in terms of line thickness. There is still a suggestion of the super-ellipse at many points, but this never becomes the predominant design factor. While most of the terminals of the vertical strokes are only slightly rounded, the horizontals and diagonals have pronounced arches and it is these that basically determine the round and soft character of the typeface. The more unconventionally shaped letters, such as the lowercase ‘g’ with its two semi-open counters and the ‘k’ and ‘x’ with their crossbars, provide Biome with an individual personality. And this effect is emphasized by the generously rounded links in the ‘v’ and ‘w’ and the uppercase ‘M’ and ‘N’. Biome has been designed as a typeface super-family. From the near hairline Extra Light to the amply proportioned Ultra, there are seven clearly differentiated weights and three tracking widths. There are oblique italic versions of all variants. The range includes small caps and numeral sets containing lowercase and uppercase digits. With its available range of characters, Biome can be used to set texts in all Eastern European languages. Although the remarkable individuality of Biome is most clearly apparent in the larger point sizes, this typeface is not just suitable for producing headlines and logos. Biome’s elegant visual effects mean that it is equally comfortable in short texts while its large x-height and generous counters make it readily legible even in the small font sizes. Biome is a contemporary typeface that employs mid-20th century futurist elements which ironically give it a retro feel.
OTF | 42 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.5 Mb RAR
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.