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The new and modern FF Signa Round

FF Signa Round
The new member of the universal extended family FF Signa by font designer Ole Søndergaard. A font family that leaves nothing to be desired.
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Hombre – a rough Western font completely revised and expanded

The font family has the feeling of the wind in its face and the big wide world. Now available in two weights with matching italic styles.
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The new DIN Next Stencil – the DIN Next super-family is growing and growing

DIN Next Stencil
After DIN Next Slab, DIN Next Condensed, DIN Next Rounded and the international versions DIN Next Arabic and DIN Next Devanagari, there is now a stencil version.
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FF Uberhand: a new, extremely well-equipped script font

FF Uberhand
Berlin-based graphic designer Jens Kutílek worked on the new FF Uberhand for nearly ten years. Now the script font is available in two optical sizes and a total of 13 styles.
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SST – the modern, multilingual new release by Akira Kobayashi

What started out as an exclusive corporate typeface is now available to everyone: a modern sans serif with clean structures and an organic legibility.
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The new PMN Caecilia Sans – a unique, well-equipped humanistic sans

PMN Caecilia Sans
Almost 30 years after the development of the very popular and widely used slab serif font PMN Caecilia, Peter Matthias Noordzij has expanded his font, adding a sans variant to create an extended family.
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Cavolini – a well-equipped script font for more than just digital applications

The hand-painted letters of Cavolini, Monotype type designer Carl Crossgrove’s latest font, were originally intended for screen applications.
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FF Real Text and FF Real Head: Two neutral but friendly families, for more than just books – now with unique, independent italics

FF Real
Erik Spiekermann and Ralph du Carrois have expanded the friendly sans with new, uniquely designed italic styles.
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FF Casus: a new, contemporary text font

FF Casus
Inspired by the early Antiquas of the 18th century, Eugene Yukechev’s modern design adds a fresh touch to these easily legible fonts.
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Jazz music, poured into letters. The new Masqualero by Jim Ford

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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