Belleville FY is an original 16 retro and modern fonts family, inspired at the same time by New art mouvement, graffitis, 19th century wood type, and modern slab fonts.
Each style has specific shapes and serifs which give it a special look, depending of the mood you choose. Because each of them is based on the same structure, you can easily mix them to create unique sets, offering you endless possibilities. Belleville is well suited for logos, headlines, packaging, posters, signage and every project you want.
OTF | TTF | WEB | 16 Fonts | 21.3 Mb RAR
ATC Rosemary is a didone print-font comprised of over 315 characters, producing extreme contrast between abrupt and thin serifs at large sizes. The luxurious feel of Rosemary utilizes not only hairlines and ball serifs, but expresses similarities to Romantic fonts of the 18th and 19th centuries, while having a personality all it’s own. There are also some additional alternates and ligatures included in the font which can be activated as contextual alternates in OpenType.
OTF | WOFF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 3.5 Mb RAR
Built has one job: making solid, compact headlines onscreen. Designed with trust and neutrality in mind, Built’s wraparound shapes speak your headlines in newsy voice. Subtle curls conjure a feeling of a different news era while not coming across as particularly old-fashioned. The Built family comes in five weights, from extra-light to bold. But not your typical thin to fat linear range. When you’re designing for the screen, there are practical limitations with light fonts. These days, with variable resolutions and screen sizes, going lighter means going bigger. Much bigger. And it’s no fun if your words end up falling off the line. Built actually gets narrower as it gets lighter. Now you can can scale way up and still have room to spare. Set attractive, oversized page titles without worrying if the words will fit. Tabular (monospace) numerals are handy when you have lists of numbers to align. In headlines, tabular numerals don’t look so hot–and they waste space. Lots of fonts let you choose between proportional and tabular numerals. OpenType technology lets designers access different types of numerals, but implementing OpenType features on the web isn’t fun–it’s not always practical. Built has a simple solution: if you turn off hinting, numerals, monetary symbols and most math symbols line up. Easy. Built has fractions, primes, numeric ordinals, compact accents, the Indian rupee and the Turkish lira. As Built loses weight, its asterisk sprouts more legs, retaining it’s presence even in Extra-Light. The italics are squeezed thin and loosened up on the sides, creating cool emphasis that’s more than just a slant. Built is available in Extra-Light, Light, Regular, Semi-Bold and Bold plus italics.
OTF | 10 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 3.7 Mb RAR
Brasserie, the font, is a tribute to all brasseries since they are wonderful places to relax and enjoy food, wine and friends. It is also a salute to Parisian neon sign makers who continue in their difficult quest to adapt type, including script, into fragile, gas-filled, electric glass tubes. I tried to capture the spirit of these neon signs and combined it with the loosely styled handwritten menus written on blackboards that are usually placed outside Brasseries. You will find Brasserie to be very useful in many situations where you need clarity with style in a reasonably compact width. It is also creates an unusually even texture in sentences. Brasserie is a fairly upright script with a large x-height, which helps to save on overall width. Like a brasserie, the font is a relaxed and informal script, useful for logo, packaging, menus, editorial, advertising, invitations, etc and is available for Mac and PC in Opentype, Truetype and Postscript versions. In France, a brasserie is a café doubling as a restaurant with a relaxed setting, which serves single dishes and other meals. It can be expected to have professional service and printed menus (unlike a bistro which may have neither), but has more informal eating hours than a full-fledged restaurant. Typically, a brasserie is open every day of the week and the same menu is served all day. The word ‘brasserie’ is also French for brewery and, by extension, “the brewing business”.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 3.9 Mb RAR
The typeface Siri is a labour of love. A love for a Scandinavian tradition that we try our damnedest to keep evolving. A love for letters, original and bold, practical and beautiful. A love for the craft that helps create practical and beautiful typography. With its wide range of 16 styles, useful OpenType-features and four stylistic sets, Siri is well prepared for anything you wish to use it for. It has great readability, a large x-height, slightly condensed letter forms and a strong identity. These features makes it work over a wide selection of applications. It’s designed to perform well on both screen and print and is tested in both environments during the design process. Siri is a female Nordic name, comprising the words Beauty and Strength. We hope these qualities are well reflected in the typeface. Last but not least, this typeface is also about Görans love for his daughter Siri, born on Valentines day 2011. The typeface obviously pales in comparison, but we can’t sell the kid, so the type will have to make do.
OTF | 16 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 3.2 Mb RAR
Oxo is an expressive typeface from typedepot. Designed to be used as a decorative, headline font which quickly evolved into great new font usable for large amounts of text as well. Available in 4 weights - thin,light, regular and bold with their matching italics plus three extra weights: Outline, College and Deco which are great addition to the family.
TTF | 11 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 3.7 Mb RAR
Why is it so hard to find a nice stencil font sometimes? Stencil One has you covered. It's subtle yet finely detailed design is suitable for a wide range of traditional and nontraditional applications.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 3.2 Mb RAR
Malina is a sans-serif monoline typeface with some humanist touches creating a clear and legible typeface. The Idea is to make hairline display font that elegant and perfect for use at large sizes, with a set of alternative characters such as K, Q and R for your design in any layout.
OTF + TTF | 4 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.3 Mb RAR
Kizo is a geometric condensed sans serif typeface, designed by Mariya V. Pigoulevskaya in 2013. Inspired by the urban modernist architecture, the font is functional, rational, utilitarian and subtle in its nature. Created for text and display use, Kizo offers a number of alternative characters. Build for maximum clarity and with attention to detail, Kizo features ink traps, making it suitable for the newsprint as well as the on screen application. Details include 4 weights, 434 characters and open type features.
OTF | 4 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 3.6 Mb RAR
Rough Love, it’s fair to say, came before Love Script. The brushed letter specimens that would ultimately serve as the template for the much ‘cleaner’ Love Script have now been turned into a typeface. As I packed these up, I just kept coming back to them and staring at the texture and movement caught on the page. On a lark, I decided it would be fun to let people see an almost a before and after scenario of how one led to the other and decided to produce a typeface from these specimens… Rough Love. For the most part, in typical fashion for me when I brush out a typeface idea, I try to brush the entire character set along with each of the planned variants for swashes, titling, and other alternates—the reason for that is simple -- each letter looks and acts a bit differently when the same movements are imposed on them. With Rough Love, I tried to adhere to that and made very few modifications to the originals, and only had to ‘borrow’ in a few occasions when I happened to forget to brush a variant.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 6.1 Mb RAR
Kuppa is a yummy display unicase with a lot of attitude. Two styles within the Kuppa family a like brothers — look alike and still completely different. Both brothers have 555 glyphs, including alternates, ligatures, fractions and even german capital eszett and excluding Cyrillic in Basic version. Kuppa Regular is clear, powerful and will suit for menus, coffee shop and restaurant use, for magazine handwritten heads and sub-lines and even for kids books. Kuppa Fat is on the dark side — it is bizarre and wild, sometimes even hardly legible. Sometimes you won't see letters, just encrypted symbols — perfect for music posters, vinyl shops, cd covers and hip stuff.
OTF | 4 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.9 Mb RAR
From Ornaments of Grace comes a new family of fonts: Church in the Wildwood, in a modern vintage style bringing you back to simpler times. A display font family with small caps as lowercase, shadows, and matching ornaments, this family will look beautiful as a headline or caption in your next invitation, poster, or menu. Won't you come to the Church in the Wildwood?
OTF | 24 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 53.5 Mb RAR
Pero is a condensed rounded sans-serif family designed by Ryoichi Tsunekawa and the whole family consists of 7 weights from ExtraLight to ExtraBold.The range of styles provides flexibility for title, headline and body text. And the large x-heights gives them legibility and readability. The basic skeleton of their letterform was designed modularly and minimalized by removing their unnecessary stems and their ends was rounded out. The minimalized modular design gives this family contemporary urbane taste and rounded corners make this family warm and friendly. This rounded feature will also accentuate your design work moderately. Pero supports almost all European languages: Western, Central, South Eastern Europeans and afrikaans. And superior figures, inferior figures, denominators, numerators and fraction can be accessed by using OpenType features.
OTF | 7 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 12.2 Mb RAR
Tenebrae is inspired by the Giallo films of the 70s and other cult cinema film posters. Whilst these are Tenebrae's origins it still retains a modern edge making it equally at home in vintage settings as well as more modern ones. Tenebrae has titling alternates which gives it a more stylised character.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 20.1 Mb RAR
Inspired from Horror and Thriller movie posters back in old era, with bold and solid stroke styles that pointed to the instant-retro feels when you drop it to your vintage or retro design project. Comes with 2 version, Clean and Rough with Uppercase, Numbers and Punctuations. Support English language, OTF and TTF files.
2 OTF + 2 TTF | Webfonts | 2 PSD - Watercolor Alphabet, Texture Packs | 115 Mb RAR
Farola is a curly and romantic victorian display font, inspired specially on the ancient decorative forged iron lamps called “farolas” used on street and parks of the 1800’s. At first it was created as a lettering logotype for the collective called “Tipografistica”, a kind of experimental type and graphic design studio founded by college friends, the font was temporary identified as the same name as the collective, at same time, it was the first complete alphabet project commercially developed for PeGGO Fonts foundry, then it changed to current font name “farola”. The Farola process includes several technical cares, specially considering the visual balance weight, proportion ratio, contrast shapes, soft curves, outer and inner empty spaces also called “whites”. The main characteristics of “Farola” are curly shapes and its stronger drop spot finials. Due to concept design thoughts was “lettering logotype”. The most common pattern of this was the closer junctions between each logotype letters. To create the effect of unit, the serif and several finial shapes and also kerning adjustments keep those ideas on mind. The result was the unique kind of serif created specifically for this font. The most recommended usage of “Farola” are logotypes & lettering, but also packaging, posters, fashion young girl’s magazines headlines, videogames letterheads, valentines graphics, cover books, and many other similar ones.
TTF | 3 Fonts | 3.3 Mb RAR
Larry is a smooth yet sturdy connected script with a polished vintage feeling. Larry works great with just Standard Ligatures on but for more customised look click on Swash, Stylistic or Titling Alternates in any OpenType savvy program or open Glyph Palette for even more alternate characters. Larry is best used on creating smooth headlines, logos & posters for branding and packaging purposes.
OTF | 3 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 13.2 Mb RAR
German-born punchcutter Johann Fleischman, contemporary of Baskerville and Fournier, worked at the Enschede Foundry in Haarlem. Expert in advanced tools and the qualities of fine steel, he pushed beyond the frontiers of his time, cutting active typefaces famous worldwide for their “sparkle.” Christian Schwartz focused on Fleischman’s exuberant angularity, carrying it to all weights of his new Farnham series. Among other uses, Farnham is recommended for Newspaper, Magazine, Book and Corporate use.
OTF | 42 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.1 Mb RAR