Lomidrevo Font Family $79 | 3 x TTF and OTF
Lomidrevo is a grunge stencil family derived from Valibuk. In the free demo version, you can see numbers and lowercase letters without kerning.
Lush Script Font Family $47.20 | 1 x TTF and OTF
Lush was a formal script until it had a few too many drinks and, as a result, loosened up a little bit. Harkening back to the handlettering of the 40s and 50s, Lush has evolved into a casual, but well-dressed script that maintains a rather aggressive rhythm. Transitions often whip back quickly, forcing the letters to reel from the movement and resolve efficiently. It is not as warm as some scripts, intentionally so, so as to distinguish it from its predecessors.
Type and lettering fans will revel in the options afforded to each character—in some cases there are up to 15 different variations with multiple glyph recipes available to produce the most unique and fluid lettering combinations possible. An often overlooked segment of contemporary script fonts, the uppercase letters have at least 3 options to work with that mesh well with the 36 ornamental flourishes to add even further embellishment. In total, there are over 1,650 glyphs in the typeface that includes these OpenType options: Stylistic Alternates, Contextual Alternates, Swashes, Titling, Historical Forms, Initial Forms, Oldstyle Numerals and 3 additional Stylistic Sets. With this release, I have tried to provide as much flexibility and ‘forgiveness’ within the typeface so the lettering enthusiast can have fun and explore thousands of iterations… and it’s pretty easy math to figure this out: with over 970 alternates and 270 ligatures, I intended this typeface to be one that keeps on giving.
Macro Print Font Family $16 | 2 x TTF and OTF
Macro Print is a display font available in a regular and a bold version.
But it does not stop there.
To create a unique, hand-printed feeling there are two sets within each version, therefore using the same letter twice in a headline will make the font look original and authentic. Yep, it is hand-drawn.
Old Earthy Font Family $16 | 1 x TTF and OTF
Old Earthy is a hand drawn font inspired by the mid 19th-century art movement with William Morris and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood in the front line. The art and the patterns from that time is reflected in Old Earthy. It comes with a set of basic English/Latin letters and some west European diacritics.
Space Colony Font Family $90 | 6 x TTF and OTF
‘Space Colony’. Just as the name implies, this wide and geometric font family consisting of six weights was designed targeting at use for futuristic product of game, movie, logo and so on. Not only that but the rounded shape makes a lovely, cute and soft impressions so this font is also suited for cartoons, animations and character merchandise too.
Tactical Font Family $56 | 4 x TTF and OTF
Tactical is nothing more than a testosterone-laced typeface. Rigid, mechanical and unforgiving.
Originally conceived in 2007 while I was working through the early sketches of Ginza, Tactical features hard 45-degree angles and the presence of a curve for curve’s sake is just not there. Complimenting the original is a Stencil variant (inspired by the military, marathon video game, explosion-influenced name) and matching Obliques—altogether creating a sharply coordinating family
Accent Graphic Font Family $120 | 3 x TTF and OTF
Accent Graphic was developed as the corporate typeface for a London design consultancy in 1997. The starting point was the word ‘accent’ in lower case. It is essentially a sans typeface with the thick/thin contrast of a serif and is the only family in the G-Type collection that was designed for a client.
Akzentica 4F Font Family $136 | 12 x TTF and OTF
Bulo Rounded Font Family $250 | 10 x TTF and OTF
Bulo Rounded is a real Rounded: not only the beginning and the end of the strokes are rounded, but also the counters and the intersections of the glyphs. The result is a smooth effect that brings a warm feeling, and the rounded text is perceived in a logical and natural way.
Caslon Gotisch Font Family $25 | 1 x TTF and OTF
A blackletter font by William Caslon (1692-1766), with Dutch influences, which appeared for the first time in a font sample book of William Caslon & Son, London, 1763. It was first released by Stempel, Frankfurt on Main.
This font contains a bunch of useful ligatures, and by typing ‘N’, ‘r’ and period you get an old-style number sign.