PF Regal Stencil Pro Font Family
OTF | 10 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 5.4 Mb RAR
The objective of this project was to design a new typeface series for Grazia magazine. First published in 2010, Regal was later revamped and redesigned for commercial use, evolving into a type system with five related superfamilies. According to the brief, this typeface had to be elegant, luxurious, sexy, vibrant, reflect the female sensitivity and take into consideration a modern woman who is more proud, more connected, more spontaneous, open-minded and eager to try a whole host of new products and services. Targeting this consumption-wise and well-educated woman, required a typeface that is not strictly based on classic forms, but incorporates several distinct elements that express a modern woman’s personality and the products she consumes. In that respect, a whole series of 5 related superfamilies was designed, which not only emphasize femininity but also reflect both the romantic as well as the dynamic side of the female personality. For that matter, elegant curvy details were introduced in order to create a link to the female figure; teardrop terminals which reflect a woman’s sensitivity; pronounced quirks on upper and lower arms for her eyelashes; high-contrast, sharp corners at thinning terminals for her high heels; alternate glyphs for the woman who prefers to express her individuality -rather than slavishly follow trends- by using various accessories which can dramatically change her appearance; elegant endings and long curves to reflect her predisposition to dream; bell-shaped serifs with an inward rather than outward direction which recall streamlined seventies fashion. This series of typefaces is diverse in its construction as it consists of five related superfamilies i.e. text, display, finesse, swash and stencil. There is a variety of weights which range from regular to ultra black for each one of the five families. These families share common attributes but they differ in content according to each one’s usage. The whole superfamily type system is comprised of 47 weights with an average of 898 glyphs per weight. It supports simultaneously Latin, Cyrillic and Greek and comes with many alternate glyphs.
PF Bulletin Sans Pro Font Family - 10 Fonts for $545
TIFF | 10 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.2 Mb
PF Din Text Pro Font Family - 14 Fonts for $616!
TIFF | 14 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 7.9 Mb
PF Scandal Pro Font Family - 6 Fonts for $345
OTF | 6 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 2.8 Mb
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OTF + TIFF | 3 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.7 Mb
PF Synch Pro Font Family
An industrial strength slab-serif typeface which performs equally well with headlines as well as longer text. It differs from the stiff almost mechanical structure of other slabs, by introducing distinct letterforms in characters like ‘f’, ‘r’ and managing at the same time to combine effectively the typeface’s round parts with deep cuts and sharp inner corners, which add an interesting character to this otherwise contemporary series. PF Synch Pro consists of 4 fonts from black to regular. It is loaded with 3 special OpenType features and offers multilingual support for all European languages including Greek and Cyrillic.
TTF | 4 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 6.3 Mb RAR
PF Haus Square Pro Font Family
The minimal character of this typeface with its direct reference to Bauhaus, manages to keep the balance between strict geometric structure and elegance. It strays from monotonous repetitions and works equally well with Latin and Greek, while it really hits home with Cyrillic. Now, in its 3rd major upgrade comes equipped with all that’s needed for an international career. In total 602 characters offer support for all European languages in six different variations. Finally, five special OpenType features offer typographic solutions which includes a stylistic alternate set for Greek and Cyrillic.
TTF | 6 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.38 Mb RAR
PF Fusion Sans Pro Font Family
Fusion Sans is an amalgamation of traditional early nineteenth-century sans-serif letters. Despite its monotone structure it retains certain features common to roman. For instance lowercase ‘a’ and the two-storey ‘g’ are normal roman characters, while most letters are designed with a thinning of stroke at the junction of rounds to stems. Other letters are borrowed from earlier gothics, like lowercase ‘t’ which was first seen on a typeface that was developed by Paul Rand for Westinghouse in 1960. Fusion Sans is a tall family of 4 weights which is suitable for long headlines. The new ‘Pro’ version developed in 2006, provides support for all European languages including Greek and Cyrillic while it comes loaded with 19 special OpenType features.
TTF | 4 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4 Mb RAR
PF Reminder Pro Font Family
Use Reminder to add a homey and personal touch to your notes and messages. Whether it is a note to your loved ones or a colleague at the office, this is the typeface to use. But don't take our word for it. The applications of this typeface are endless. Since its first release back in 2003, we have seen it being used for anything from banking to automobiles. And now, with this “Pro” version you can communicate with a big part of this world in a way you always wanted. PF Reminder Pro comes loaded with 555 glyphs which support all European languages including Greek and Cyrillic.
TTF | 3 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.9 Mb RAR