HWT Archimedes Font Family
Archimedes is a wood type design sometimes known as Mansard. This particular version was brought back to life as a wood type font by Virgin Wood Type. The variation with screw heads in the design was first seen in 1879 by the William H. Page Co. This new digital version is a simultaneous release with Virgin Wood Type and features a variety of styles including the standard screw head option—plus a Phillips head, Hex/Allen Wrench head, and even the vexing Apple® pentalobe tamper reistant star screw.
Dank Mono Font Family
Dank Mono is the coding font you want. Designed for aesthetes with code and Retina displays in mind. Delightful ligatures and an italic variant.
Trillian Font Family
Trillian started out in just one size. Then I got into a discussion about how it makes font designers sad when people stretch their fonts taller, or squash their fonts shorter, because it makes the horizontal strokes off-balance.
Auttie Calligraphy Font with Heart Swash 103282
Meet Auttie, a sweet hand-lettered script with adorbs heart swashes, and lovely flowy swashes.
Lost & Foundry Family
This unique collection of 7 typefaces is based on the disappearing signs of Soho, at risk of being lost forever due to the ever changing landscape of the area. By re-imaging the signage as complete fonts, we have rescued this rich visual history from the streets and present the typefaces into a contemporary context for a bright optimistic future.
Facón is a sport display font with diagonal cuts designed by Alejo Bergmann. It contains all caps letters, numerals and symbols. This font perfectly suites for variety display purposes, including logotypes, badges and labels, headlines and banners, posters, prints and much more.
DIN Next Decorative Font Family
This four-piece family is the DIN design, but not as you know it. The famously, crisp, clean and precise typeface has been given a textured update that’s reminiscent of rusted metal, or rubber stamps. Underneath this lies the same sturdy, geometric shapes that have allowed DIN to stand the test of time, but with a new sense of tangibility.
Cahuenga Font Family
Cahuenga embodies clarity in text and distinction in display. Throughout the development process, references were sought out only as moments for consideration presented themselves. Thus, the development was long and complex with Cahuenga not prescribing to a single distinctive model as a foundation. Exploration around formal traits were influenced as much by aesthetics as they were by desired functional outcomes.
Adilla Script Font
Aurisha Script Font