P22 Casual Script Font Family $50 | 4 x TTF and OTF
P22 Casual Script Pro is a flexible OpenType font based on mid-20th Century hand drawn advertising lettering scripts. As an alternate to thicker casual script styles, this free-flowing thin brush style is evocative of vintage product advertisements and packaging lettering and is highly suitable for a retro flavor. The Pro font includes over 500 glyphs with at least 2 of all upper and lower case characters with OpenType scripting and ligatures for a more natural and random effect. There is also a unique feature not found in other script fonts: Small Caps! While it may seem unnatural for a script font to have small caps, these work well as an authentic variation of brush script lettering for advertising. Also included in the Pro version is a full Central European character set, swash characters and more.
OpenType features include: Small Caps, ligatures, discretionary ligatures, swashes, contextual alternates, stylistic alternates, Old Style/Lining Figures
P22 Chai Tea Font Family $90 | 3 x TTF and OTF
P22 Chai Tea is unique among brush lettering scripts. Its sweeping strokes and luxurious use of horizontal space lend personality and warmth to any project. Its sturdy letterforms make it ideal for logos, stationery, titling and packaging.
The Pro version is stacked with alternative characters and ligatures programmed to substitute contextually in programs that support OpenType features. In addition, Chai Tea Pro contains Central European Language support that also includes many ligatures with accented characters.
P22 Coda - Font Family $240 | 24 x TTF and OTF
Coda Pro is a simple but decorative and controlled sans serif design.
Coda literally means ‘tail’ (Italian, from latin cauda) and refers to the way the letters h, m and n stretch below the writing line towards the end of a sentence or before a final stop.
Coda Pro is an elegant and contemporary font suited for display purposes.
P22 Dearest Font Family $50 | 3 x TTF and OTF
Dearest is a distinct flowing script based on handwritten characters found in a 19th Century German book chronicling a history of the Middle Ages Originally released in 2001 as a set containing two styles, Script and Swash, Dearest is now expanded in 2014 as a pro font with several hundred new characters including support for Central European, Cyrillic and Greek languages. Other Opentype features include ligatures, fractions and figures, Roman numerals, alternate letterforms and more swashes to expand the possibilities of this designer-friendly font.
In addition to the Dearest Pro font, a new companion font has been added- P22 Dearest Alternates. The characters contained in this font are part of the pro font, but are also designed to be used with Dearest Script and Dearest Swash and is intended for those who have applications that do not support Opentype features.
P22 Durer Caps Font Family $25 | 1 x TTF and OTF
Durer Caps is four fonts in one.
Based on master artist Albrecht Durer’s 1525 geometric construction of Roman capitals, this font features A to Z caps only. But there are three variations included: 1) filled; 2) unfilled; and 3) letters only.
The last two feature a unique two-color overlay option.
P22 Mayflower Font Family $150 | 6 x TTF and OTF
P22 Mai Pro Font Family $120 | 12 x TTF and OTF
P22 Latimer Font Family $25 | 1 x TTF and OTF
P22 Late November Font Family $120 | 8 x TTF and OTF
P22 Late November is a new font family from Norwegian type designer Torliev Sverdrup.
The font is a transitional Antiqua-inspired type design great for text and display uses.
P22 Larkin Font Family $25 | 1 x TTF and OTF
This font is based on a lettering style used as a logotype for the Larkin Company circa 1900.
The Larkin Company began as a soap company in the late 1800s and eventually grew into a gigantic mail-order and chain store which manufactured and sold a wide variety of products. The Buffalo, New York based Larkin Soap Company was one of the first to offer promotional “premiums” to its customers to encourage sales. This marketing proved so successful that The Larkin Company started its own pottery to produce China and later furniture and other items which became products themselves.
One of the Larkin Company’s star salesmen and exectutives retired early in 1893 to start his own venture. Elbert Hubbard combined his tremendous salesmanship with his love of the Arts and Crafts movement to found the famous Roycroft movement based in East Aurora New York.
The other executives in the Larkin Company enlisted Frank Lloyd Wright to design the Larkin Administration building as well as several residences for various members of the families of the Larkin executives, most notably Darwin D. Martin.
The Larkin Administration Building was demolished by short-sighted developers in the 1950s, but most of the Wright designed residences still exist. The remaining Larkin warehouse buildings are currently undergoing major renovations. This font was commissioned to serve as signage and titling for materials related to the LCo. Building which houses premium office space as well as a caf., day care and museum in the original Larkin company spirit.
This lettering style is unusual in that combines aspects of several lettering styles. It is essentially a Germanic Blackletter but with many romanized capital letters and also features an italic slant along with some italic lower case traits. It is evocative of “old world” craftsmanship and early 20th century romanticism . The full font was developed was developed based on the limited “logos” which were all essential hand rendered variations of each other. The source Letters came from signage with the words: “The Larkin Co.”, “The Larkin Store” & “Larkin Soap Co.”