12December2014

Caslon Graphique Font Family $29

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Caslon Graphique Font Family $29

Caslon Graphique Font Family $29 | 2 x TTF and OTF

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/urw/caslon-graphique/

12December2014

DearJoe 5 Casual Font Family $175

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DearJoe 5 Casual Font Family $175

dearJoe 5 Casual Font Family $175 | 4 x TTF and OTF

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/joebob/dear-joe-5-casual/

This is the last version of the dearJoe 5 series; dearJoe 5 Casual.

It occurred to me that the dearJoe 5 font lacked a sober, simple and casual style, and so I decided to create just that and also to make it cheaper than the regular version since it features no alternate characters.

This font can be used together with the other versions which gives you endless variation possibilities in suggesting actual handwriting.

 

12December2014

DearJoe Hannes Font Family $90

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12December2014

Due Font Family $199

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12December2014

Halogen Flare Font Family $160

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Halogen Flare Font Family $160

Halogen Flare Font Family $160 | 14 x TTF and OTF

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/positype/halogen-flare/

When I released Halogen, I asked ‘Who doesn't want or need an expansive contemporary extended sans that has a sense of style and swagger… what if it had a lowercase, small caps and various numeral options… how could you say no?’ Go, click on the Halogen link and read on, if you're interested. Halogen was well-received, so I decided to take it further with Halogen Flare (the name kinda tips you off as to what kind of typeface it is, don't ya think?). As always, I prefer not to take short cuts and provide an anemic offering of glyphs — a modern typeface offered today must provide more than just the basics and this one does — lowercase, smallcaps, old style numerals, tabular forms, stylistic and titling alternates, fractions, case-sensitive features, and even an alternate uppercase ordinal set is included. Now, go make cool print and digital things with it.

12December2014

Halogen Slab Font Family $160

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Halogen Slab Font Family $160

Halogen Slab Font Family $160 | 14 x TTF and OTF

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/positype/halogen-slab/

When I released Halogen, I asked ‘Who doesn't want or need an expansive contemporary extended sans that has a sense of style and swagger… what if it had a lowercase, small caps and various numeral options… how could you say no?’ Go, click on the Halogen link and read on, if you're interested. Halogen was well-received, so I decided to take it further with Halogen Slab (the name kinda tips you off as to what kind of typeface it is, don't ya think?). As always, I prefer not to take short cuts and provide an anemic offering of glyphs — a modern typeface offered today must provide more than just the basics and this one does — lowercase, smallcaps, old style numerals, tabular forms, stylistic and titling alternates, fractions, case-sensitive features, and even an alternate uppercase ordinal set is included. Now go make cool print and digital things with it, and share them with me.

12December2014

Kari Display Font Family $392

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Kari Display Font Family $392

Kari Display Font Family $392 | 8 x TTF and OTF

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/positype/kari-display/

Kari Display is the product of a long standing idea I had to give the well-received Positype typeface, Kari, plastic surgery. Just referring to giving a typeface plastic surgery, or letter lipo, stuck in the back of my head until I was able to pick the project up.

The ultimate objective was to refine Kari Display to a point where each glyph was expressed as simple as possible... and in that simplicity a sexiness would appear. Kari is a beautiful script, but it is very ‘controlled’ and orderly and I wanted Kari Display to break that mold with much more movement, curviness, greater modulation and a more elegant feel on the page. I did not want to take it too far, limiting the use of the typeface, but rather opted for a delicate balance of thick and thin against the added movement of the glyphs. 

12December2014

Kari Pro Font Family $112

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Kari Pro Font Family $112

Kari Pro Font Family $112 | 4 x TTF and OTF

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/positype/kari-pro/

I have always enjoyed this typeface and have had fond memories from the time I originally drew its predecessor, Kari. Now with almost 100 new ligatures, alternate and swash characters, Kari Pro has a great deal more personality and versatility. Subsets from the original Kari have been integrated into each unified weight adding both lining and hanging (oldstyle) numerals as options as well.

12December2014

Nori Font Family $39.20

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Nori Font Family $39.20

Nori Font Family $39.20 | 1 x TTF and OTF

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/positype/nori/

First, the important information…Nori is a hand-lettered typeface that contains over 1100 glyphs, 250 ligatures, 487 alternate characters, 125+ swash and titling alternates, lining and old style numerals.

To make sure it is perfectly clear—Nori is the result of brush and ink on paper. The textures produced in each glyph are real and the imperfections are intentional and add to the sincerity of the letters. I say this to be as blunt as possible in order to avoid confusion and to frame what this typeface represents—calligraphic, handwritten letters captured digitally for their warmth and poetic variation for print and screen.

12December2014

Familiar Pro Font Family $50

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Familiar Pro Font Family $50

Familiar Pro Font Family $50 | 8 x TTF and OTF

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/cheapprofonts/familiar-pro/

 

This family was inspired by a Type Battle over at Typophile: How would you design a font metrically compatible with Helvetica, but better than Arial? Working with preset letter widths was an interesting constraint, both a relief and a limitation at the same time.

I have done all the 4 basic weights, and the skewed obliques (done to a slightly less steep 10 degrees angle as opposed to the originals 12) has been optically adjusted. The letters have been designed quite close to the german/swiss grotesk tradition, but by using super-elliptical rounds, rounded dots and slightly curved outer diagonals the end result is a friendly looking font family that still looks... familiar. 

 

 

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