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Jazz music, poured into letters. The new Masqualero by Jim Ford

Masqualero
Jim Ford’s Masqualero has a high contrast in the stroke width as well as a striking interplay between sharp and rounded shapes. These lend the font an unmistakable character.
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Tazugane Gothic

Tazugane Gothic
A new Japanese typeface with the flair of Neue Frutiger.
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FF Quixo: a dynamic slab serif with a handwritten flair

FF Quixo
FF Quixo came about as a result of a typographic experiment.
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FF Marselis Serif – a friendly, highly legible Antiqua

FF Marselis Serif
FF Marselis Serif family from Danish typeface designer Jan Maack is the third family for FF Marselis after the sans and slab.
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The new Applied Sans: a historic grotesque in contemporary garb

Applied Sans
Applied Sans from Akira Kobayashi and Sandra Winter is a very well-equipped, neutral grotesque that is based on the early serifs of the 20th century.
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FF Dagny – a humanist sans, for more than just long texts

FF Dagny
Originating from a newspaper font, FF Dagny by Örjan Nordling and Göran Söder is a generously designed and highly legible humanist sans.
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Corrected, expanded, improved – Eurostile Next

Eurostile Next
Now expanded to 50 styles, with condensed, wide, and italic styles plus expanded character sets.
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FF Utility – a flexible and versatile square sans

FF Utility
The FF Utility® font family is a modern, well-equipped square sans, a universally versatile tool.
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Between: a new and unusually flexible design approach from Akira Kobayashi

Between Font Family
Between, the new font from Akira Kobayashi, comes in three closely linked versions, covering areas like technical and modern, crystal clear and legible, as well as cheerful and lively.
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Mantika News: a strong Antiqua complements the super family

Mantika News Font Family
Jürgen Weltin has added another Antiqua, Mantika News, to his Mantika super family, which includes Mantika Sans, Mantika Informal and Mantika Book.
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