Stratum 1 & 2 Fonts Family
Stratum is a design solution to what most cripples geometric sans serifs: the lowercase. So commonplace are the blocked and clogged companions to the capitals that one could be forgiven if they were taken for a feature and not a bug of the genre at this point. From a type designers standpoint, their continued presence is perplexing but understandable: forego the geometry and you’re left with a lowercase unlike the capitals. But what to do? Forget the geometric shapes and just make it work? Or maybe Morris Fuller Benton was onto something when he didn’t include a lowercase with Bank Gothic... These are the ideas and frustrations that led to the development of Stratum. As with most projects initiated to solve long-standing problems, the road to a final solution was not direct. And so it was somewhere between scrapping the project altogether and omitting the baseline stem terminations of the b,d,p,q characters that it became clear the geometry itself should be ignored – at least for some of the characters. The solution is simple but effective: merge the oval corners of the lowercase to the stems without breaking the curve while using the geometry as a guide and not a solution. The result is a hybrid of sorts that honors the clean curves of the ovals while delivering a legible lowercase in all six weights.
OTF | 12 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 5.4 Mb RAR
Sutturah is a display font intended for poster and editorial design. It was born as an exploration of new text patterns. The font combines very detailed and constructed shapes with script flavour. The design has varied influences, from gothic fraktur to the display super black high contrasted wood types. Sutturah is informal and irreverent. Its strong character goes beyond letter shape construction conventions; it quickly catches the eye and surprises the reader. Its personality allows for the creation of stunning pieces of design without the need of any other elements‚ a single word in Sutturah is worth a thousand images. Extra ligatures and swashes give the user even more possibilities and add to the fun of using Sutturah! To transfer the unusual style from Latin to Cyrillic was indeed a big challenge. Nevertheless, Sutturah managed to maintain the same level of legibility across both scripts. The Cyrillic was developed with the help from Sergei Egorov.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 3.4 Mb RAR
Tamoro Script Font Family
OTF | 4 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 1.1 Mb RAR
Trajan Sans Pro Font Family
Conceived alongside his recent extension of Carol Twombly's Trajan family, Adobe Principal designer Robert Slimbach set out to create a distinctly modern sans-serif display type family that retains the elegance and versatility of the original design. The new san-serif variation exhibits less stroke contrast than its seriffed counterpart, with stylized flared stroke endings that suggest v-shaped terminals cut in stone. While there are several fine san-serif typefaces on the market that are inspired by the monumental capitals of ancient Rome, Trajan Sans is unique in its fidelity to the form of the highly-regarded letters inscribed at the base of the Trajan column. The family is offered in six weights ranging from Light to Extra Bold, with language coverage for Pan-European Latin, Cyrillic and Greek. Trajan Sans can be used to convey a sense of permanence, elegance, and modernity in a variety of display titles and signage.
OTF + TTF | 6 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 3.5 Mb RAR
Umbria Font Family
Umbria is a decorative display typeface ideal for use in titles, logos, magazines, posters, as well as short text paragraphs.
OTF | 2 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.2 Mb RAR
YWFT Trisect Font Family
The visual design of YWFT Trisect was inspired by retro soccer/football jerseys and their triple line, number style. We spent many years in the early 90‘s dreaming of creating this face, but each attempt brought on numerous challenges until we finally achieved a working version around 1998-1999. Multiple clients and customers have used YWFT Trisect since its inception in 1999, including Architecture Magazine, MTV (on air), Wired Magazine, Computer Arts Magazine, the hat store Lidz (signage), along with numerous other companies. YWFT Trisect was converted to opentype format in 2010.
TTF | 8 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4 Mb RAR
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 1 Mb RAR
Alternate Gothic Font Family
OTF | 3 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 1 Mb RAR
Albion's Americana Font Family
Albion’s Americana is a fun display family and a tribute to our transatlantic friends. The stars and stripes motif is applied to an American inspired all capitals Roman display face, producing something that is bold and boisterous and well...American. The regular face is intended for conventional use, while the ‘Black’, ‘Red’, ‘White’ and ‘Blue’ faces are designed to facilitate patriotic multi-coloured lettering (of course, you can use other colours as well). It’s worth trying out different combinations here- Black and White alone work well, as does read, white and blue minus black. Albion’s Americana Companion is also offered, intended as a small or all capitals face for subsidiary lettering. Next time you need some graphic typesetting with that American feel, this is your answer!
TTF | 6 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 9.2 Mb RAR
TTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 4.4 Mb RAR