Supermolot Font Family
Supermolot is a modern square grotesk with the elements of the Soviet style. Supermolot is a logical continuation of the legendary Molot font that was developed in 2008 and has been free to download. Supermolot fontfamily has 10 fonts and support for multiple languages. It is a simple and affordable tool for any designer. All proceeds from the sale of fonts category “Super” are the creation of new low-cost and effective fonts.
OTF | 10 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 3.9 Mb RAR
RBNo3.1 Font Family
RBNo3.1 is a sans serif typeface with a technical and geometric appearance. The family includes 9 weights with matching italics. Its large x-height makes it especially legible at small point sizes. RBNo3.1 feels comfortable in technical surroundings with short text passages, in brochures, catalogs, magazines, posters, websites, headlines or logos.
OTF | 18 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.3 Mb RAR
Proxima Nova Font Family
The Proxima Nova family is a complete reworking of Proxima Sans (1994). The original six fonts (three weights with italics) have been expanded to 42 full-featured OpenType fonts. There are three widths: Proxima Nova, Proxima Nova Condensed, and Proxima Nova Extra Condensed. Each width consists of 14 fonts--seven weights with matching italics. Stylistically, Proxima Nova straddles the gap between typefaces like Futura and Akzidenz Grotesk. The result is a hybrid combining humanistic proportions with a somewhat geometric appearance.
7 weights: Thin, Light, Regular, Semibold, Bold, Extrabold, and Black
3 widths: Normal, Condensed, and Extra Condensed
Matching italics for all weights and widths
Matching small caps for all weights and widths*
Lining and old style figures (proportional and tabular)*
Full “f” ligature set*
Alternate characters (a, l, y, G)*
Extended language support (most Latin-based scripts supported)*
Extended currency support*
* Requires an application with OpenType and/or Unicode support.
All characters, including the small caps, old style figures, and alternate characters are included in the basic Proxima Nova fonts. Supplementary fonts (Proxima Nova Alt and Proxima Nova ScOsf) are included for use with programs (such as Flash and Microsoft Word) that do not yet support all OpenType features. The supplementary fonts are NOT needed at all with OpenType-savvy programs (such as Adobe Creative Suite and QuarkXPress 7).
OTF | 126 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 6.5 Mb RAR
Nokio Font Family
Nokio is a clean, minimalist Sans Serif typeface designed in 2013 by TypeUnion. Nokio uses clean lines and curves matched with smooth, rounded terminals to produce a structured typeface with a subtle playfulness. Nokio is made up of 5 weights, and is built for multiple uses, from digital applications such as Apps and Websites to logotypes and print applications.
OTF | 5 Fonts | JPEG Preview |
Acustica Font Family
OTF | 5 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 5.9 Mb RAR
Acustica is a display font family designed by Carlos Fabian Camargo G. Its styles were designed to form words and phrases related to delicate and feminine contexts. Acustica Caps, Italic, Swashes and Ornaments are drawn investigations with flexible tip pen inspired by Didot capitals. All ideal for mixing with Acustica Script whose idea represents the volatile sound of a fine tip brush against rapid tracing paper. Its script path in width condensed lowercase and uppercase letters in loose horizontal proportions are generous between letters laced with long, agile and thin connecting strokes. Its script sensitivity is in Italian calligraphy with uninterrupted lines of cursive English.
Sweet Sans Pro Font Family
The engraver’s sans serif—strikingly similar to drafting alphabets of the early 1900s—has been one of the most widely used stationer’s lettering styles since about 1900. Its open, simple forms offer legibility at very small sizes. While there are digital fonts based on this style (such as Burin Sans™ and Sackers Gothic™, among others), few offer the range of styles and weights possible, with the versatility designers perhaps expect from digital type families. Sweet Sans fills that void. The family is based on antique engraver’s lettering templates called “masterplates.” Professional stationers use a pantograph to manually transfer letters from these masterplates to a piece of copper or steel that is then etched to serve as a plate or die. This demanding technique is rare today given that most engravers now use a photographic process to make plates, where just about any font will do. But the lettering styles engravers popularized during the first half of the twentieth century—especially the engraver’s sans—are still quite familiar and appealing. Referencing various masterplates—which typically offer the alphabet, figures, an ampersand, and little else—Mark van Bronkhorst has drawn a comprehensive toolkit of nine weights, each offering upper- and lowercase forms, small caps, true italics, arbitrary fractions, and various figure sets designed to harmonize with text, small caps, and all-caps. The fonts are available as basic, Standard character sets, and as Pro character sets offering a variety of typographic features and full support for Western and Central European languages. Though rich in history, Sweet Sans is made for contemporary use. It is a handsome and functional tribute to the spirit of unsung craftsmanship.
OTF | 18 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.1 Mb RAR
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 3.7 Mb RAR
Streetscript is a contemporary upright(ish) script with a modern, streetwise edge. It contains a wealth of OpenType goodies and is equipped with enough language support to cover most Latin-based languages. Latin Extended A is fully covered (except for long s - sorry Medieval people!). OpenType features include Stylistic Alternates, ligatures, swashes (for g, j, y and z), an underline function (enabled either through SS02 or Contextual Alternates), Oldstyle figures, Localised forms (Polish, Dutch, Moldovan and Romanian), and 'non-script' r and z, enabled using SS01. Over 500 glyphs make up this display font, which is versatile enough to be used for all manner of applications, from T-shirts to logos to websites and beyond. Like most scripts, all-caps settings are not recommended but there is ample kerning to make this possible if you really have to.
Rachele Font Family
Rachele is a mono line based script thin font. Inspired on the cute “Italian Bella Scrittura” handwriting but influenced by Spencerian. Ornaments and ligatures make this hand more expressive offering round stroke endings and a flowing shape. Rachele is a big family, its stroke expand into extra light till medium and passing through a calligraphic/ribbon effect. At the same time the width varies, that’s make this script even more flexible, from Ultra Condensed to Super Extended. Enjoy it.
OTF | 40 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 18 Mb RAR
Quiroga Serif Pro Font Family
Quiroga Serif began in 2007 with the name Quadratta Serif. This typography was designed for continuous text, legible at medium and small sizes, with great saving of space, optimized for 6, 8, 10 and 12 points. The morphology is a mix between tradition and innovation; it has a vertical axis, thick serifs, tall x-height, light modulation and a lot of internal space between letters: key to improve legibility at small sizes. Formally, my idea was to make a serif type that had a unique color, this is visible due to the light modulation. This is also complemented with the incorporation of not common, alternative signs. Some parts of the letters that are usually curb or diagonal where made horizontal (for example: a, q, p, etc.), this makes the eye of each character to be wide and unique. The serifs (wedge type) suffered diverse variations during the process. At the begining they where thicker and ended vertically, but this caused a great deal of printing errors. And so we decided to modify them by giving them an angle to avoid visible errors in medium and small sizes. The ch, and ll ligatures where rescued because they are a part of our current spanish alphabet. The historic ligatures and stylistic alternates give different options to users who want different alternatives within a text. The accentuation signs were composed in a middle line above all signs to avoid visual shock. We also gave plenty of importance to small caps numbers, mathematical signs and currency signs so that the could interact well.
OTF | 6 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 6.2 Mb RAR
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 6.3 Mb RAR