Guld Script 1120639
High quality script font with multilingual support and a large number of special characters. Designed by Måns Grebäck, this hand-crafted typeface works great in logotypes and for titles and slogans.
Shining Night font + bonus 1242612
Hi! Introducing a vintage style font, with a beautiful cabaret female dancer illustration. This font has additional font file with round dots over the base glyphs, that immitates a lamp lights of a real cabaret signboard.
Magle Coffee Branding Script 1225895
After a long hiatus, now we're brewed a new stuffs for you in 2017. Please welcome, Magle - Homebrew Fonts. Freshly baked double fonts, straight from human’s hand. Done with click by click for your satisfaction as our goal. Comes in Script and Sans Serif, perfect for your branding needs.
Wild Spirit Font 1239753
Introducing: Wild Spirit! A carefree and untamed brush font with a natural flow. Handmade with long organic strokes, Wild Spirit isn't held back by any boundaries or expectations. It's the perfect choice for personal branding projects, handwritten quotes, homeware designs, product packaging - or simply as a modern & stylish text overlay to any background image. Wild Spirit includes two sets of each character, and 25 ligatures (double letters) - which combined offers you a huge range of customisability and layout options, and allows you to produce a very organic and natural handwritten flow to your text. It also comes with a bonus set of 14 swashes & arrows to assist your project.
Casses Font 1570080
Give your designs an authentic handcrafted feel. "Casses" is perfectly suited to signature, stationery, logo, typography quotes, magazine or book cover, website header, clothing, branding, packaging design, wedding and more. Included Stylistic Alternates & Ligatures.
Chiswick Sans Poster Font Family
Innovation in lettering almost always preceded the same innovation in typefounding. The sans serif letterform began to gain favor in the eighteenth century in areas of Britain long before its first appearance in Caslon’s specimen books. The higher contrasted variants, almost a modern serif form with the serifs removed appeared in the latter quarter of the 18th century and appeared in pockets of the country until Figgins pioneered them in type in the middle of the following century. The innovation of an italic has been added, making Chiswick Sans Poster an elegant and refined display face in a wide range of weights.
Header Font Family
Header includes hybrid glyphs encoded where small caps are normally found: turn the Smcp on to see it here. Tall x-height and geometric radicalism of the 80’s. Useful for newspaper and magazine headlines, a must for all kinds of impacting posters. Useful for newspaper and magazine headlines, a must for all kinds of impacting posters.
Genre Font Family
Genre is inspired by 19th century architecture, with serifs formed like façade ledges. Its nature is silent, stable and rational with distinctive fragile look. It’s been released in display cuts only, and the narrow proportions suggest its use for exhibition posters, magazine headlines and catalogues. This typeface is my juvenile schoolwork dated from 1988. The whole Regular set was drawn with ink on paper and photo-reproduced by magnifier in a darkroom. I used to set text lines on photographic paper for my early designs. Its naïve concept and elaboration is obvious, but perhaps it may be found interesting. The official terseness and grey of Neo-Classical type faces will stand out when we narrow them. The consistently vertical shading of the letters suppresses one’s desire for eccentricity. Genre’s basic design is fairly light in colour, which is why it looks good in illustrated magazines and short texts and directly calls for graphically striking, contrasting headings.
Excelsor Script Font Family
Excelsor Script is inspired by lithographically produced scripts. It is softer and simpler than, for example, engraved Splendid Script, because its designer used pens and lithographic needles. The graver for steel is held in a quite different way and this has an influence on the shape of the letter. Similar type faces were in use from Neo-Classicism until the beginning of Art Nouveau, when they were pushed aside by a completely different view of festive typography. It has, in contradistinction to other scripts, slightly narrowed letters, which signifies a distinctive elegance without wasting space on the line. For practical reasons it was not possible to encircle the bottle with too long a label. It is, therefore, a suitable type face for labels.
Anselm Serif Font Family
The ancestry of Anselm goes back to Jannon, a slightly modified Old Style Roman. I drew Serapion back in 1997, so its spirit is youthful, a bit frisky, and it is charmed by romantic, playful details. Anselm succeeds it after ten years of evolution, it is a sober, reliable labourer, immune to all excentricities. The most significant difference between Sebastian/Serapion and Anselm is the raised x-height of lowercase, which makes it ideal for applications in extensive texts. Our goal was to create an all-round type family, equally suitable for poetry, magazines, books, posters, and information systems.