Tide Sans Font Family $48 | 18 x TTF and OTF
Tide Sans’ fresh, carefree, look makes you almost forget that you’re staring at a monitor and not on the beach. When Tide Sans is not surfing, you’ll find it at community college parties, giving free henna tattoos, or tossing a Frisbee to the dachshund next door.
The Tide Sans family includes beautiful italics and an equally affable condensed set. Tide Sans does the work for you by providing a ridiculously large stylistic alternates set, fine tuned small caps, and a whole beach of alternate (amper)sands to feel between your toes.
Mantika Book Pro and W1G Family by LINOTYPE € 234
TTF and OTF | 1 MB
Mantika Book expands the Mantika super family: a contemporary serif font with a soft, yet robust character and a classic lookMantika Book, an Antiqua, is the third member of the Mantika super family, which consists of the Mantika Sans and Mantika Informal. Designer Jürgen Weltin has gone back to the roots of his font, which he had originally derived from a Renaissance Antiqua.
These origins are recognizable in the first member of the Mantika family, Mantika Sans, in the form of carefully suggested line use and a contrast in the weights that recalls the Antiqua. This solid sans serif, optimized for use in text, also has a particularly energetic and dynamically designed italic.
Mantika Informal also brings to mind a cursive font at first glance; ultimately, however, it is not easily categorized. Its light, organic shapes combine the informally flowing style of cursive handwriting with the open and airy form and contrast of a humanist sans serif.
The shapes in the serif Mantika Book are also based on the Renaissance Antiqua, just like the other members of the Mantika super family. However, the contrast in the weights is somewhat stronger than is conventional for this genre, and the serifs are characteristically asymmetrical, with slanted ends. Lightly grooved stems with an implied curvature in the lower-case letters as well as dots whose shape flirts with a fountain pen lend the Mantika Book a dynamic and particularly friendly character. Details like the open "g" or the contoured foot of the "k" emphasize this dynamism. The letters of Mantika Book have the same large x-height as the other members of the super family, but are equipped with somewhat longer ascenders and descenders.
Perec Font Family $394 | 18 x TTF and OTF
The type family Perec pays tribute to the genius of Georges Perec, it is a versatile super family that can be used at a wide range of applications, formed by three subfamilies:
—Perec, a sensitive sanserif grotesque, including 15 fonts: romans, italics, and small caps declined in five weights. With a more delicate spirit than that of a sans grotesque Perec performs well not only in display sizes where elegance and flair are needed, but also in text sizes as its open counters make it comfortably readable. Its smooth color texture and range of weights from SuperBlanca to SuperNegra allow for a pleasant reading experience.
—Perec Ludique, a more relaxed display series, including five fonts:
—Ludique Cubes, a crosswords puzzles font
—Ludique OncleJacques, a tribute to jeweller and pearls dealer Jacques Bienenfeld, great-uncle of Georges who made it possible for his Polish parents settle down in Paris where “Jojo” was born and grew up
—Ludique Pochoir, an unconventional stencil
—Ludique Scripte (not yet released), an informal script which combines nostalgia and gentleness, and that gives you all writing style possibilities: all letters linked, all letters unlinked, and an auto-driven in-between choice. Ludique Scripte includes also many contextual alternates, ending sorts and swashes.
—Perec Lunatique, a rounded sanserif subfamily declined in 15 fonts: romans, italics, and small caps for both text & display use, and that includes several non-conventional discretionary ligatures.
Penna Font Family $135 | 4 x TTF and OTF
Penna is a calligraphic type system designed by Pedro Leal. Amidst the four available styles you get four different ascender and descender styles, two different styles of starting and ending swashes, a plethora of ligatures and several other features. Choose between regular, swashes, unconnected and connected versions or mix them all up for a deeper calligraphic feeling.
Arellion Font Family $35 | 1 x TTF and OTF
Arellion is a handdrawn script typeface. Ideal for signs where elegancy is needed. The pearls in every character make it a unique choice and initial variants as well as the swashes can raise it’s spectacle further.
Rayuela Font Family $199 | 13 x TTF and OTF
Rayuela (Spanish for ‘Hopscotch’) is inspired in the ludic atmosphere of literature by Argentinean writer Julio Cortázar. The type family was designed between 1999 & 2000 during two European postgraduate courses: MA in typeface design, University of Reading (UK), and later at the ANRT, atelier national de recherche typographique (Nancy, FR). The challenge was to design a letterform that could create an informal atmosphere while still being comfortably readable. Rayuela was PampaType’s first multi-style family. Since then other families of the foundry (such as Borges, Arlt, or Perec) have followed a similar spirit, that is building a system whose personality relies more in variety than in a rigid consistency.
Ainslie Sans Font Family $124 | 42 x TTF and OTF
Say g'day to Ainslie Sans, insigne Design’s new typeface. Like its big brother, the new face incorporates a mix of influences from Oz, although Sans is pared down from the original semi-serif.
The original Ainslie was inspired by Mt. Ainslie and the city of Canberra’s inner suburb of the same name. Canberra is Australia’s capital--a planned city designed by American architect Walter Burley Griffin. Griffin’s style and geometric design for the city, which include Mt. Ainslie, are now also the same structure that make up the foundation of Ainslie Sans.
Unlike the original Ainslie family member, though, Ainslie Sans does away with much of the aboriginal-inspired touches by eliminating the semi-serifs, forcing the font to borrow more heavily than its predecessor from Canberra’s distinct, geometric design and style. The result’s a spiffy Australian font that’s usable within a wide array of applications.
The trendy typeface incorporates a multitude of alternates. You can access these in any OpenType-enabled application. Alternates, swashes and alternate titling caps allow you to customize the look and feel. Also incorporated are capital swash alternates, old style figures, and compact caps. Check out the PDF brochure to view these options in action. OpenType enabled applications can take complete benefit of your automatic replacing ligatures and alternates. This font also presents the glyphs to help a wide array of languages.
Compass TRF Font Family $100 | 4 x TTF and OTF
Compass TRF is a reevaluation of an existing Compass typeface dated 2002. Compass is a geometric contrast serif typeface - “contemporary Didone”.
New Compass consists of four styles—regular, italic, alternate and flourish initials with small caps.
Compass TRF is recommended for use as display typeface. It is suggested that flourish initials font to be used for decorative purpose only, not basic typesetting.
Compass TRF generated as OpenType single master format with Western CP1252 character set.
Cambirela Font Family $120 | 12 x TTF and OTF
Inspired by Santa Catarina mountains, the shapes of the characters refers to the winding contour of the mountain Cambirela.
Bastonello Font Family $150 | 6 x TTF and OTF
The Bastonello font family includes three font weights and two styles. The font is designed for a wide range of uses. It can be used for logos, business cards, websites, newspapers and many other graphic designs.
This font has a nice feel and can be used everywhere, it is just awesome. It is available in light, regular and bold weights with corresponding italics.