KO Activista Font Family
Campaigner KO * is a militant typography, stirring, contestation , semi-serif, bold and condensada.Esta source is inspired by old posters from the Spanish civil war, pure typographic constructivism, ideal for large labels or advertising propaganda and headlines.
OTF | TTF
CM - Karlton Slab Serif Font Family 2943050
Karlton Slab Serif Font Family that will gives you strong and bold typography. It comes with 3 different weights. It is perfect to use for headlines, captions, logotypes, signage, advertising, magazine, logos, invitations, texts, posters, notices, titles, name card, web layouts, headers, branding, weddings, social media, product design, stationery, and other any business related.
OTF | TTF | WOFF | RAR 616 KB
CM - Rommantis Script 2712531
Hello...!! Great to see you :). Welcome to my new typeface. This is Rommantis Script font, the display handbrush lettering, simple and easy to create awesome lettering, just type your words and then you will immediately see the great results. Rommantis Script, is handtype font, every single letters have been carefully crafted to make your text looks beautiful. With modern style this font will perfect for many different project ex: quotes, blog header, poster, wedding, branding, logo, fashion, apparel, letter, invitation, stationery, etc.
CM - Fjørd Serif 2993957
Fjørd Serif is a modern classic serif typeface with an individual approach in every single letter.
Fjørd will perfect for many project: fashion, magazines, logo, branding, photography, wedding invitations, quotes, blog header, poster, advertisements, etc.
OTF | TTF | RAR 107 KB
This handwritten script has been attentively written, with gentle curves to produce a font thats completely distinctive and original. Perfect for adding a elegant and unique touch to your lettering projects and branding. Also with their help, you can create a Wedding lettering or beautiful frame for your home. Or just use for your small business, book covers, stationery, marketing, magazines and more.
Public Sans Font Family
Public Sans is a typeface based on Libre Franklin. Public Sans has many similarities with its parent, but differs enough in its particulars that its effect is distinct. Public Sans comes with 18 fonts, including weights from Thin to Black and matched Italics, contains full set of glyphs.
The long awaited and much requested revival of Robert Hunter Middleton's very popular classic is finally here. Mayfair Cursive was an instant hit for Middleton in 1932, and it went on being used widely until late into the 1970s, in spite of it never having crossed over to film type technology.
P22 Bifur Font Family
Bifur was originally designed by poster artist A.M. Cassandre. This Art Deco type design was issued by the French foundry Deberny & Peignot in 1929. Even upon it's original release and promotion, suggestions on how not to use Bifur were presented. As with most highly decorative display faces, the use should be selective and used sparingly. Of course the layout of "THIS IS NOT THE WAY TO USE BIFUR" in repeated paragraph form has become a famous design and appears in many surveys of design history.
Tabarra Sans Pro Full Family
Tabarra Pro is a new typographic project, is a family of 32 fonts in 4 types: Regular, Narrow, Round and SemiSerif and 4 weights: Light, Book, Bold and Black versions with corresponding italics and swashes in all versions.
Isento Slab Font Family
We always wanted to design a gothic typeface. Our most similar typefaces are Rude and Firme, but Rude has some very delicate curves specially visible in the vertical strokes and Firme introduces a type family with reasonably big ascenders and descenders. On the other hand Isento has a much more straightforward approach to the particular genre.
FS Koopman Font Family
The hardworking FS Koopman is a crossbred workhorse which draws inspiration from Swiss and Germanic grotesks, American gothics and early British grotesques, but refuses to fit neatly into any of these categories. Its neither one nor the other, but all of the above. Fontsmith designers Andy Lethbridge and Stuart de Rozario decided to take the characteristics they admired from each category and distill them down into one functional family.
Book Jacket Pro Font
Book Jacket is arguably the most famous of all typefaces done in the Typositor era. Designed by Ursula Suess over an entire year, and published in 1972, Book Jacket became an instant success story that lasted well into the 1980s (even though it was copied by Phil Martin who published it under the name Bagatelle shortly after its release). Almost 40 years later, Ursula Suess and Canada Type consolidate their talents to bring you a revised, improved and expanded digital version of this film type classic, including small caps, additional swashes and new alternative forms, all in one dynamic Pro font loaded with over 735 characters and programmed features for advanced typography.
Guardian Sans Headline Condensed Font Family
Headlines of all kinds have one thing in common: usually a lot to say with not enough space to say it in. Guardian Headline Sans Condensed solves this without looking cramped or squashed, keeping the same quiet, neutral tone of the normal width.
Feisar Express Font Family
Feisar Express is a ‘retro-futuristic’ inline script for expressive display typography with a technical touch. Related to the Feisar family, the series started as an exploration of what can be done with current font technology. Feisar Express is available in two different connecting inline styles — One and Two — each with three different variants for top, bottom and alternating connections called Uptown, Downtown and Crosstown.
Atze, a handwriting script font, was designed by Ralph M. Unger for the profonts Library. Inspired by frowned-upon Comic Sans, Atze is much more pleasing, much milder and more natural. It cannot and should not only be used for Comics and children's books but for literally all situations where a friendly, soft, casual and relaxed atmosphere is required. However: Especially for Comic books, Unger created a set of very funny Atze Bats: AAAAH - BOOOM - BRRRR!
The drawings, for what is now Triplex Italic, were done in Iowa City in 1985 by John Downer. The italic was originally conceived as a companion for another typeface being drawn at the same time called Arcatext, which (like Triplex) could be described as a "humanist sans-serif" having simplified character shapes constructed mostly of geometric parts.