Le Beaune New Font for $115

 

Le Beaune New Font

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Marian Font Family - 18 Fonts for $600

 

Marian Font Family

Marian imagines the classics of the typographic canon reinvented for the contemporary world: Garamond, Granjon, van den Keere, Kiš, Fleischmann, Fournier, Baskerville, Bodoni and Austin restyled and revived. These aren’t strict revivals, for they are not accurate recreations, nor are they interpretations per se. Instead they reduce the historical models to their basic skeletal forms. Nine serrifed typefaces and one Blackletter reduced to their basic structure. This reduction strips them to their core, whilst at the same time retaining the life and spirit of the letters.

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FF Chartwell Font Family - 7 Fonts for $129

 

FF Chartwell Font Family

American type designer Travis Kochel created this pi and symbols FontFont in 2012. The family has 7 weights and was designed to create simple graphs. Primarily suitable for Adobe Creative Suite, FF Chartwell for print uses OpenType ligatures to transform strings of numbers automatically into charts. The data remains in a text box, allowing you to update it easily. Just simply type a series of numbers like: “10+13+37+40”. Turn on ligatures and a graph is created. Turn off ligatures to see the original data. FF Chartwell has received several awards including the CommArts award in 2011, the Letter.2 award in 2011, the Information is Beautiful award in 2012, and the Fast Company Innovation By Design award in 2012.

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Brave Font for $20

 

Brave Font

A handmade, Brave New Font.....sketchy, illustrated, and hand-drawn with love. This is more than just a typeface - this is a pack, and it allows you to be even more creative than you would have been with just the font :) 

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Everglow Script Font for $22

Everglow Script Font

Everglow is a Script Retro font. a bold, classic,and fun vintage script. With almost 560 glyphs and and 322 alternative characters, contain with opentype features. Stylistic alternates, Ornament, swash and more. can be used for various purposes.such as logos, wedding invitation, t-shirt, letterhead, signage, news, posters, badges etc. To enable the OpenType Stylistic alternates, you need a program that supports OpenType features such as Adobe Illustrator CS, Adobe Indesign & CorelDraw X6-X7.

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Clio Condensed Font Family - 24 Fonts for $389

Clio Condensed Font Family

Clio, Clio XS and Clio Condensed is a big family of 72 fonts. They were designed by Gabriel de Souza in 2012. They are simple and stylish and they have the ideal appearance to your work. Furthermore, features such as italics, obliques, great language support and flexibility.

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Lichtspiele Font Family - 12 Fonts for $200

Lichtspiele Font Family

Cinemas from the early 20th century are called “Lichtspiele” in Germany. “Lichtspiele” transports you back to a time where neon lights and marquee letters decorated cinema façades. Of the five styles, three have two versions of italics — the left-leaning italic evokes looking up from lower-left, the right-leaning italic is as if we are looking from lower-right. Display is the basic style, while Neon is inspired by the old neon letters found outside cinemas. Try placing Neon Outline on top of Display or Neon to add another layer to your artwork. Neon 3D is a extruded version of Neon.

The Screen Credits style is based on the notes — producers, cast, crew and so on — on movie posters. Get more out of life, go out to a movie.

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Adobe Garamond Font Family - 21 Fonts for $179

 

Adobe Garamond Font Family

Adobe Garamond™ was designed by Robert Slimbach in 1989. The roman weights were based on the true Garamond, and the italics on those of punchcutter Robert Granjon. This font has been expanded to include small caps, titling caps, expert fonts, and swash caps, which were typical in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.

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Akzidenz Grotesk BE Font Family - 22 Fonts for $975

 

Akzidenz Grotesk BE Font Family

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Avenir Font Family - 12 Fonts for $278

 

Avenir Font Family

Avenir was designed by Adrian Frutiger and released by Linotype-Hell AG in 1988. The design is based on two earlier sans serif typefaces, Erbar and Futura. Avenir is unusual in that it has weights that are similar, but each is designed for a different purpose. For example, the Light and Book weights are similar, but Book is most appropriate for text blocks while the Light is better for adding a contrasting element (perhaps a heading) to a heavier weight. These weight selections also allow for optimal results under varied printing conditions. Use the bold and extra bold weights of Avenir for emphasis with the light, book, and medium weights.

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Bell Centennial Font Family - 5 Fonts for $104

 

Bell Centennial Font Family

Matthew Carter designed Bell Centennial in 1978 specifically for AT&T Corporation (the name honors their 100th anniversary) to use in telephone books. Carter developed it to have high legibility at small sizes, and for composition on high-speed, cathode-ray-tube composing machines. (Bell Gothic, the typeface originally designed for telephone books in 1937 and for composition on the hot metal Linotype machines, was no longer usable in the new technology.) Bell Centennial is a sturdy, condensed sans-serif design that achieves great economy of space while being highly legible. Bell Centennial can be used for modern display purposes and, of course, for small print and lists. The Alternate version of Bell Centennial Bold Listing sits on a standard baseline; the original version sits far below the baseline, and cannot mix properly with other fonts on the same line.

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Bell Gothic Font Family - 3 Fonts for $78

 

Bell Gothic Font Family

Before 1937, telephone books were printed in a variety of typefaces and consequently were often difficult to decipher. Because of his successful work on the legibility problems of newspaper typefaces, Chauncey H. Griffith was hired to develop a typeface that would compact enough to fit large amounts of information on a page while being legible at small sizes even when printed under less than desirable conditions.

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Bembo Font Family - 24 Fonts for $696

 

Bembo Font Family

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Clarendon Font Family - 3 Fonts for $78

 

Clarendon Font Family

A square-serif type is called a slab serif or Egyptian, but when the serif is bracketed (the curved linking stroke between the stem and the square serif), the type is sometimes referred to as a Clarendon. Originated in England by the Fann St. Foundry in 1845, these types are named for the Clarendon Press in Oxford. Clarendon was originally designed as a heavier complement to ordinary serif designs, and is used frequently in dictionaries and headline applications.

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Courier Font Family - 4 Fonts for $104

 

Courier Font Family

Courier is a monospaced typeface for use in tabular material, technical documentation, and word processing. It was designed in the mid-1900s by Howard Kettler of IBM as a typewriter face, and was later redrawn by Adrian Frutiger for the IBM Selectric series.

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Excelsior Font Family - 3 Fonts for $78

 

Excelsior Font Family

Excelsior was produced in 1931 under the supervision of Chauncey H. Griffith of Linotype. Like Corona, Excelsior was one of the five typefaces in Griffith’s Legibility Group, types that were designed specifically to remain legible under the poor printing conditions that are a matter of course in newspaper printing. Excelsior is still used for that purpose by many European daily newspapers. Excelsior is excellent for newsletters, reports, and proposals.

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Sabon Font Family - 8 Fonts for $280

 

Sabon Font Family

In the early 1960s, the German masterprinters’ association requested that a new typeface be designed and produced in identical form on both Linotype and Monotype machines so that text and technical composition would match. Walter Cunz at Stempel responded by commissioning Jan Tschichold to design the most faithful version of Claude Garamond’s serene and classical roman yet to be cut. The boldface and particularly the italic are limited by the twin requirements of Linotype and Monotype hot metal machines. Bitstream’s Cursive is a return to the form of one of Garamond’s late italics, recently identified. Punches and matrices for the romans survive at the Plantin-Moretus Museum. The name refers to Jacques Sabon, who introduced Garamond’s romans to Frankfurt, although the typefaces that Sabon himself cut towards the end of the sixteenth century have a faintly awkward style of their own.

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Accord Alternate Font Family - 7 Fonts for $336

 

Accord Alternate Font Family

The main difference between Accord Alt and Accord is in the way curved strokes join with vertical stems in letters such as “bpn”. The Italics are designed at an italic angle of 10 degrees. All the letter forms have been kept similar while designing italic instead changing the form e.g. ‘a’ remains same double story in italic also instead changing it to single story. The intention is to keep it simple and neutral which helps communicate the corporate sense of professionalism.

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Insurance Maps Font for $20

 

Insurance Maps Font

This font was inspired by the Sanborn Map Company's 1909 insurance map catalog.

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Amega Star Font for $25

 

Amega Star Font

The latest from Mr. Check Amegy Star is an elegant swoopy font perfect for taking your headline to another level. The font itself is simple enough that it is easily read and legible but ornate enough to spruce up any design. Includes a few alternates.

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Foros Font Family - 8 Fonts for $150

Foros Font Family

Foros(tm) is a modern humanist sanserif font family of 8 styles. Each style contains beside many other alternatives of upper and lowercase letters a ‘unicase’ character set. Foros is a development of a modern pattern of rough geometric shapes in combination with open humanistic forms that produces a mixture of obstinacy and delicacy. Quadratic shapes of ovals bring stability and firmness, but angular terminals of diagonals in several letters together with curved junctions of bowls with verticals stems add emotions and elegance. Such variety in image make it possible to use the fonts in different kinds of display typography. Foros type family was designed by Oleg Karpinsky. Released by ParaType in 2013.

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Steady Font for $20

Steady Font

Steady is a script typeface with personality. It was designed as a display typeface that contains 315 glyphs in total and 126 alternative characters to improve your design. You can use it as a logo, badge, insignia, packaging, headline, poster, t-shirt/apparel, greeting card, and wedding invitation. The flowing characters are ideal to make an attractive messages, mix and match Steady with a bunch of alternative characters to fit your project. The alternative characters in this font were divided into several OpenType features such as Contextual Alternates, Stylistic Alternates, Stylistic Sets, and Ligature. The OpenType features can be accessed by using OpenType savvy program such as Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign.

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Reckless Font for $25

Reckless Font

Reckless is hybrid connected geometric typeface between script, blackletter and tattoo feel, it can be used in logos, games and graphic related to cars, automotive, Detroit, 1940, 1950, 1960, vintage, retro, classic and old machines.

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Stratum 1 & 2 Fonts Family - 12 Fonts for $179

 

Stratum 1 & 2 Fonts Family

Stratum is a design solution to what most cripples geometric sans serifs: the lowercase. So commonplace are the blocked and clogged companions to the capitals that one could be forgiven if they were taken for a feature and not a bug of the genre at this point. From a type designers standpoint, their continued presence is perplexing but understandable: forego the geometry and you’re left with a lowercase unlike the capitals. But what to do? Forget the geometric shapes and just make it work? Or maybe Morris Fuller Benton was onto something when he didn’t include a lowercase with Bank Gothic... These are the ideas and frustrations that led to the development of Stratum. As with most projects initiated to solve long-standing problems, the road to a final solution was not direct. And so it was somewhere between scrapping the project altogether and omitting the baseline stem terminations of the b,d,p,q characters that it became clear the geometry itself should be ignored – at least for some of the characters. The solution is simple but effective: merge the oval corners of the lowercase to the stems without breaking the curve while using the geometry as a guide and not a solution. The result is a hybrid of sorts that honors the clean curves of the ovals while delivering a legible lowercase in all six weights.

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Arcle Font Family - 4 Fonts for $89

 

Arcle Font Family

A modern geometric typeface with precise radius detailing. Each character has it’s own unique subtleties and style variations, with careful adjustment you can create dynamic page layouts. The elegant curves are best demonstrated using the lighter weight at large scale. Details include 5 weights, a complete character set, manually edited kerning and Euro symbol.

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