Jan Fromm is a communication designer from Berlin, Germany. Although he often works on corporate and web design projects, he primarily concentrates on typeface development. Since 2003 he works alongside with Lucas de Groot at LucasFonts. During this time he has extended his competence in designing, programming and producing multilingual typefaces.
Jason Vandenberg is designer, specializing in branding and typography. These two fields are always changing and moving along with culture. Every design project starts practically anew, existing typefaces are customized and brand new letterforms are created. All this in search of capturing the essence and feeling of the brand. From this experience, Jason has set out to create new typefaces to be used within contemporary branding and design work. Grey Sans is the first entry into this project, with several more on the horizon.
Jeff Kahn is an award-winning designer with expertise in brand identity. In addition to designing fonts, Jeff specializes in logos, logotypes, packaging design, interactive media, collateral, and visual assets for local & international organizations. Some of his clients include: Landor & Associates, Proctor & Gamble, Sierra Club, Revlon, Purina, Hewlett Packard, IBM, TaylorMade, and Hyatt Hotels. Jeff graduated from Art Center College of Design with a BFA. He was fortunate to have Doyald Young as his teacher.
Jesse Tilley is a solo font artist based in Australia, He worked privataly from 2006 to 2007, and in 2008, launched the foundary commercially. Basing most of the fonts off pop-culture, whether modern or in the past, the foundary strives to meet the needs of modern designers.
John F Sherman is the founder of JFS Fonts, whose day job is teaching graphic design at the University of Notre Dame. A research interest of mine at Notre Dame is the life and work of Eric Gill. An outgrowth of this work is the first font design published by JFS Fonts titled Felicitas. Felicitas is an opentype font inspired by Eric Gill¿s design for Perpetua introduced in 1929 by the Monotype Type Foundry.
Great Japanese typeface designs
Born in Brazil in 1986, I always liked to draw, and I've done it professionally to several clients. I've been selected in cartoon exhibitions around the world, made some comic books, and wrote a book about the art of drawing - Elements of Manga Style. Graduated in Visual Arts in 2011, in the following year I started to put in Bezier curves the typefaces I had sketched over the years. I'm currently an Art teacher in a private school, and I draw fonts every day.
This small yet lively collection features the work of illustrator and designer Joe VanDerBos.
JOEBOB graphics is a small design studio that specialises in font design and hand lettering. It was founded in 2005 in the Dutch city of 's-Hertogenbosch and is run by Jeroen van der Ham, who does most of the design work.For the biggest part, the fonts made by JOEBOB graphics are directly derived from actual handwriting and calligraphy. This ensures all characters to be unique, which make them stand apart from characters in script fonts.
Decorative and delightful, this new collection features a series of display designs and a handful of ornaments.
Tim Ahrens has studied architecture at the University of Karlsruhe and Typeface Design in Reading. He works as a type designer and architect. In 2000 Linotype published his sans serif text face Aroma. In 2005 he founded Just Another Foundry, which distributes his display faces Mashine and Zalamander, the sans serif Facit and Lapture, a revival and redesign of Albert Kapr¿s Leipziger Antiqua.
Discover why JY&A Fonts founder Jack Yan has developed a reputation for meticulously-crafted typefaces. Over 100 new designs now available.