Replica Rough SG™ Font Family - 2 Fonts
Here’s an edge-tattered, slightly distorted typeface that was developed from hand stamping using ink. You’ll find it ideal for both display and text situations where legibility is a big concern. This version holds up in very small sizes. Replica Rough SG Regular and Bold are now available in the OpenType format. This OpenType version includes stylistic alternates, discretionary ligatures, small caps, petite caps, ornaments and oldstye figures. Advanced features currently work in Adobe Creative Suite InDesign, Creative Suite Illustrator, and Quark XPress. Check for OpenType advanced feature support in other applications as it gradually becomes available with upgrades.
Barn Party Font
I'll admit right off the bat here -- I've never been to a party in a barn. I don't even know if they still do barn dances and parties, or if that’s something out of the musical Oklahoma! or something. But this font gave me kind of a homey, rustic feel, so the name felt right!
Say hello (again) to Lastra! Ideal for for the neighborhood cafe and/or restaurant. This updated version of Lastra looks even more delicious. This beautiful font comes only in capital letters (perfect if you want to make a statement). It also comes equipped with numbers along with a well stocked supply of special characters. Equipped with 5 complimentary styles and a variety of custom flourish glyphs you will be attracting new customers in no time.
Kommissar Font Family
Developed for print and screen-based editorial projects, Kommissar balances the need to be direct, compact, and distinctive with the ability to be both expressive and pragmatic. When approached by Fast Company creative director Florian Bachleda to provide the typographic palette for his redesign of the magazine in 2011, designers Christian Schwartz and Vincent Chan knew that their headline typeface needed to help support the goals of the redesign: making the magazine feel bright, open, fast-paced, and unabashedly digital.
Dolcetto Font Family
The epitome of elegance and grace, flowing effortlessly from letter to letter, Dolcetto is a must have for any project that requires an air of opulence and distinction. This refined and grand typeface comes fully loaded with 330 glyphs across 4 weights which all include stylistic alternates.
Sayfull is a bold sans serif font with playfull look. It contains all caps letters, numbers and symbols. This font suits for branding, prints, posters, banners, kids designs, handmade goods and other creative things.
Akhand Odia Font Family
Akhand Odia is a family of 8 compact mono-linear typefaces. The letterforms are dynamic; typically round shapes appear more compact, as their verticals have been flattened. This ‘straightening out’ gives text set in the typefaces a streamlined look. Indeed, Akhand Odia is designed according to a modular system. All shapes bear a strong commonality to each other, without becoming repetitive. However, the curves in the modules have all been optically corrected, removing the mechanical nature that would otherwise become too dominant.
Karelia Font Family
Karelia is a contemporary sans serif in four weights and eight styles, sporting a subtle mechanistic flavour. While its spacing, proportions and apertures are geared towards headlines, the details take cues from the opposite end of the spectrum: type designed for the smallest sizes. Karelia elevates these structural elements to an aesthetic role. Dislocated corners carve trapezoid ink traps, echoed by the squared-off counters. The resulting look is conventional in small sizes but expressive when set large.
A restoration of the first Canadian-designed typeface, which was completed by Carl Dair in 1967 and named after 16th century explorer Jacques Cartier, who mapped the Gulf of St. Lawrence in the 1530s.
Grenze Font Family
Grenze is a big typeface system of 9 weights (Thin, Extra Light, Light, Regular, Medium, Semi Bold, Bold, Extra Bold and Black) with matching italics. A hybrid development between Roman and Blackletter styles, in search of combining the impact and attraction of texture with the readability of classical forms. Designed to be applied mainly in magazines, it presents great performance and a rich palette of colors that invites to uses creative applications. The name of this family derives from the word “frontier”.
In seeking a strong, utilitarian gothic alternative for Helvetica, we're left with few options for unobtrusive functionalism. As such, we decided to create the Citarella Gothic family. The ligatures are characteristic of the signage and architecture around Sarno, where the Citarella family originates. The sweeping arcs, broad counters, and clean swashes allow for the architectural design to be imbued with the warmth and humanity of its namesake.
I really like Wales; I like the culture, the people and the language. I also like the Welsh legends, especially the ones about King Arthur and Merlin. I am reading a book about Arthur right now, so when I was working on this font, I wanted to give it a Welsh name. Caerphilly is a town in Southern Wales and is home to an immense 13th century castle (Castell Caerffili). Caerphilly font is based on a 16th century manuscript. I kept the glyphs rough, to give it ‘ye olde’ look. Comes with a hoard of diacritics, a bunch of double letter ligatures and some alternate glyphs as well.