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The standard in Sans Serif design for international corporate communications …
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Praxis Next from Gerard Unger

Praxis Next
The solid, friendly sans serif with new stroke widths, genuine italic and condensed fonts.
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Neue Helvetica World: the standard in sans serif design for international corporate communications

Neue Helvetica World
Corporate design on the global market requires a universal typographic identity. The timeless, world-famous classic Neue Helvetica with a distinctly expanded language support is also available as of now as a World font in the six most important styles!
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New arrivals November 2017: The brush font Majorelle, the slab serif Publica Slab, the sans Northwoods and other current fonts

New font releases in November 2017
Irregular outlines and incomplete inking give the dynamic Majorelle brush font from Fanny Coulez and Julien Saurin a realistic touch.
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The new Rosella from Sabina Chipară

Rosella
Rosella is an elegant and dainty majuscule font.
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Wolfsblood by Jim Ford and other fonts for Halloween

Ghosts and ghouls will be stalking the streets again as darkness falls on 31 October.
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Tiemann

Tiemann is an elegant, legible font suitable for books and longer texts.
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FF Sizmo: technical, friendly, compelling

FF Sizmo
Verena Gerlach’s new font, with its five stroke weights, convinces in all respects.
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New arrivals October 2017: the lively and cheerful brush font Barley Script, the noble and distinctive Antiqua Mandrel, the friendly slab serif Sanchez Niu and other  fonts

New arrivals October 2017
With a lively, joyful and personal flair, the brush font Barley Script from Måns Grebäck attracts plenty of attention.
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Wolpe Collection: Five unusual drafts

Wolpe Collection
Five new and – for the first time – digitized fonts of very different styles, designed by Berthold Wolpe: Albertus Nova, Wolpe Fanfare, Wolpe Pegasus, Wolpe Tempest and Sachsenwald.
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Dom

Create a friendly, informal look with Dom.
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