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Supports up to 74 languages.
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Supports up to 7 OpenType features.
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New font releases in March 2016
New arrivals March 2016: The friendly, lively Sans Brocha, the calligraphic, noble Dream Script,
the dynamic brush font Indie and more
Get to know our new arrivals: We’ve picked out text and headline fonts, families large and small, as well as beautiful calligraphy for you. Give your designs that special touch by using fonts that are not well known. You not only expand your inventory with the interesting and distinctive fonts presented here, but also create a modern foundation for perfect designs.
Dream Script (Lian Types)
Inspired by the works of Julian Waters, John Stevens and Denis Brown, designer Maximiliano R. Sproviero created the noble fountain pen font Dream Script. With numerous letter alternatives and careful and detailed lines, Sproviero achieves a vivid, realistic impression.
Impressions that Jorge Cisterna gathered on Easter Island make for a Latin American flair in the friendly, lively Sans Brocha. The well-equipped family with eight weights is suitable for headlines, logos, or product packaging, for example.
Indie (Lian Types)
The modern, dynamic brush font Indie by Maximiliano R. Sproviero reminds us of surfers, street artists, hip hop and Californian beaches. Many alternative letters and two effect styles are available for your designs.
Dessau (Job Muveszeti Studio)
The geometric sans Dessau by Gabor Kóthay recalls the structured typefaces from the beginning of the 20th century. Dessau offers you some experimental styles in addition to numerous alternative characters.
Camber (Emtype Foundry)
The geometric square sans Camber by Eduardo Manso has a cool, quiet and clean, almost synthetic design. The well-equipped font, with seven weights and matching italics, can be used for large projects, such as magazines, branding, or on the Web.
Model (Lian Types)
Slender, delicate, refined and the right degree of elegance: this is how Maximiliano R. Sproviero describes his noble, but also somewhat ornamental and playful script font Model. Countless alternative start and end characters help you design the perfect look for magazines, invitations and book covers.
Futuristic fonts on electronic devices inspired by Ray Larabie to create the sans serif Zekton. The geometric, reduced letters have a modern flair and can be used for short texts, as well as striking headlines.
Heroe (Lian Types)
Ornamental letters with a shape located between italic and cursive and a Dione-like stroke contrast characterize Heroe by Maximiliano R. Sproviero. Use Heroe for perfume packaging, wedding invitations or fashion magazines, for example.
Many details, like round shapes, or slightly angled line ends, lend Animo from Ben Blom a friendly and lively character. Since the very reduced letters are perfectly legible, you can use Animo easily for texts, but also for headings or signalization systems.
Foundry Gridnik (The Foundry)
The grid-based Foundry Gridnik recalls the designs of Dutch Designer Wim Crouwel. The letters of this font, available in four weights, consist only of straight line elements and create a modern, somewhat stencil-like impression.
Acta Deck (DSType Foundry)
Originally designed for a Chilean paper, Acta Deck by Dino dos Santos is robust and solid enough to survive the harsh world of newspaper typesetting. A large x-height and open counters ensure perfect readability of the lively, interesting font, even in small sizes.
Sharp, extended line ends give the retro brush font Quotes from Yani Arabena, Guille Vizzari, and Alejandro Paul a distinctive and dynamic character. Numerous letter alternatives and ligatures, as well as a second style with small caps, form the basis of your unique designs.
Although Barbica was designed as a sans, the thick lines recall a Roman font. Linear elements in the arches give the unusual font a chiseled, somewhat historical flair. Barbica is available in three weights.
The neutral Texta from Daniel and Miguel Hernández is based on humanist predecessors from the 20th century. Restrained, but nonetheless friendly, the well-equipped family is suitable for all typesetting tasks.
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