P22 Tuscan Expanded Font
P22 Tuscan Expanded is a digitization of the mid 19th century wood type font "Antique Tuscan Expanded - Wells & Webb 1854". Specimens of this font are rarely, if ever, seen with a lower case. It is noted in the book "American Wood Type 1828-1900", by Rob Roy Kelly that the lower case is "missing". This version was digitized from a recently discovered full set including all lower case plus ff ligatures. One unique feature of this design is the heart shape formed in the V, X & Y.
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Draft from Yellow Design Studio is a 144-font superfamily that’s friendly and modern with an energetic, enterprising nature. It features nine weights (Hairline to Black) and eight widths (A to H) for ultimate flexibility and fine-grain control. With almost 600 glyphs, Draft offers a full complement of professional typographic features and extensive language support.
Try the full versions of Draft B Regular and Italic for free!
Draft opentype features include:
Alternate a - accessed with Stylistic Alternates or Stylistic Set 1
Alternate g - accessed with Swash or Stylistic Set 2
Alternate t - accessed with Titling Alternates or Stylistic Set 3
Alternate Q - accessed with Ornaments or Stylistic Set 4
Alternate Ampersand 1 - accessed with Stylistic Set 5
Alternate Ampersand 2 - accessed with Stylistic Set 6
Underlined Ordmasculine, Ordfeminine - accessed with Stylistic Set 7
Alternate underlined Ordfeminine - accessed with Stylistic Set 8
Subtle Ligatures (for improved text flow)
Numerator, Denominator, Superscript, Subscript
OTF | TTF
OTF | TTF
Fact Font Family
Fact is a workhorse open sans serif type system. It is inspired by the great Frutiger typeface. While the Regular style is slightly modernized but still quite close to Frutiger, changing the weight or width makes differences of the design more pronounced.
The origin story of HANLEY FONT COLLECTION all starts with the Script. We were designing logos and kept feeling like we needed a different kind of script, vintage feeling but not dated, and not too baseball-y or too formal. We couldn’t find exactly what we were looking for, so we decided to create it ourselves.
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Modern Matter Font
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Base 900 Font Family
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Southside Font Family
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TTF | OTF
Throw on some shades and get summer ready with the new Summer Loving Font Family! Summer Loving consists of 3 fonts, 2 of which are brush scripts, one textured and a solid version, and a smooth-edged all caps sans serif font.
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