Gedabrush Typeface 561334
OTF | 146 KB RAR
Nazhifa Script 561495
TTF OTF | 643 KB RAR
Nazhifa Script is a beautiful handmade typeface, organic and dancing baseline with different swashes that can be applied to the beginning and ends of all lowercase.
Demonius - 4 Vintage Fonts 561601
4 OTF 4 TTF | 1000 KB RAR
Unique vintage style custom font with 4 styles: regular and grunge, line & line grunge
Yummy - Font Family 561445
4 OTF | 578 KB RAR
Yummy font is our brand new typeface for your foodie works, it’s imagined and designed for the cafe, restaurant, bistrot with a delightfully hand-written look.
It brings a unique style with mixed feels, old and new come together to form this modern and versatile typeface.
Asphalt Font Family
Asperity, Asphalt and Aspic, were designed for Another magazine issues 18 and 19, A typeface in three versions, Hard, Soft and Script, three typefaces with the same character shape, where hard is angular, Soft is brushlike, and Script a painted-ish connected design. For Asphalt, Aspic’s brushy forms are connected into an expressive, striking script typeface. It has a feeling of having been painted by a sign writer, with a brush dipped in too much paint as it has a gloopy, fluid but still readable, quality. Signwriting is seemingly a dying craft, but as with other crafts outmoded by technology or the needs of speed and cheapness of delivery, it is highly revered. At its best it is hugely skilful, quirky, idiosyncratic and expressive. It can occasionally be naive and amateurish, but that’s good too. In a retail environment of familiar brands, any opportunity for individual expression should be cherished.
OTF | 2 Fonts | JPG Preview | 1 Mb RAR
Trim Font Family
Knud V. Engelhardt (1882–1931) was an architect, printer and designer from the country of our laid back neighbors, Denmark. Knud’s characteristic letter forms have already made a strong impression on some modern typefaces. Most notably is probably Skilt Gothic by a fellow Swedish compatriot, where Knuds way of trimming the diagonal stems is one of the spices used to give the typeface its character. Fighting against the desire to make something similar, this new typeface instead takes the concept to a whole new level by trimming not only diagonals, but all possible letters! The result is something – different. Trim comes in a large family including manually hinted webfonts and high quality desktop fonts. Some are fat, some are skinny and some are just lagom.
TTF | 7 Fonts | JPG Preview | 1.2 Mb RAR
Gladly Font Family 17 FONTS $399
Gladly is based on an earlier Scholtz Font - Margaux, which appeared as a simple oblique font. Gladly has grown from the original, into a multi-styled, comprehensive typeface with 17 styles in all.
Gladly Regular’s elegant, svelte profile has been blended into three widths, Narrow, Regular and wide, each with its own oblique version.
Gladly Ornate comprises seven styles with flowing, ornamental, curvy-swashed upper case characters, reminiscent of Illuminated Script, and beautiful features such as fancy Opentype word-endings.
Gladly Wisp is a delicate outline version with flowing swashes.
Gladly Rococo, in three widths, has a 3-D outline feature, particularly reminiscent of Art Nouveau posters.
The Gladly collection lends itself to the design, packaging and advertising of everything with a romantic feel - weddings, greetings, cosmetics, lingerie, book covers, and too many more to mention!
The set of fonts has all the features usually included in a fully professional typeface. Language support includes all European character sets.
Corporative Sans Rounded Font Family 32 FONTS $899
Corporative Sans Rounded is the rounded version of Corporative Sans. Its curved terminals provide it with a marked personality and distinctive traits, but turn it into a friendly face at the same time. The font works well at both display and small sizes. Corporative Sans Rounded is the perfect choice for logotypes, posters, signs, branding, packaging and so on!
Corporative Sans Rounded comes with Latinotype’s standard set of 350 characters, making it possible to use the font in 128 different languages.
Corporative Sans Rounded provides users with a wide range of characters, weights and widths for every project. By combining different variants, designers can achieve the best results.
The family consists of 32 fonts: a basic family that includes 8 weights plus italics and an alternative family of 8 weights with matching italics as well.
Corporative Sans Rounded was created by LatinotypeTeam and developed by Elizabeth Hernández and Rodrigo Fuenzalida, under the supervision of Luciano Vergara and Daniel Hernández.
Trajana Sans Font Family $72
| 4 x TTF | Turkish Support
The “Trajana Sans” is a sans-serif typeface family based on the shapes and proportions of the characters in the Trajan’s Column in Rome. It consists of 4 weights, Light, Regular, DemiBold & Bold. Ideal to give a classic look and renewed our jobs without having to resort to the usual Trajan font.
Peleguer Font Family $60
| 4 x TTF
Peleguer typeface is the reinterpretation of the characters that the valencias goldsmiths Peleguer Manuel, father and son had opened and merged between 1779 and 1783 on behalf of the Royal Economic Society of Friends of the Land of Valencia “in order to create a Factory letters. Then during that time, reached 6 degrees of open letters (small pica, pica, gross pica, text, great primer and double pica).It appears that the letters never were done, and were themselves Manuel Peleguer who kept the punches and dies, leading to create a foundry-printing which only came out 5 or 6 books or documents for the single year of 1784 . One of these books, “Praise in the solemn funeral service …” made ??with the degree of “gross pica” samples were selected to take the characters for subsequent drawings on the following parameters for the unity and a contemporary look to the source: Keep the proportions of the original source (but unifying the shapes of the serifs, as these were different according to repose at baseline or in descending order). Match the counterforms and match the fallen traces from the cursive. En short, “catch” the formal essence of the source and following update current typographic design criteria to achieve a source with good legibility and subtle personality.