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Jim Ford’s Masqualero has a high contrast in the stroke width as well as a striking interplay between …
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Fonts in use: The favorite fonts of typeface designer Arne Freytag

The favorite fonts of typeface designer Arne Freytag
In a exclusive, Arne Freytag presents his favorite fonts and explains why and how he uses them.
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An elegant, rhythmic sans serif: the striking and clear Coleface.
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Our new arrivals for February 2017: the fresh Queulat, the strong brush font Plicata, the easygoing Quiza Pro, and other exciting fonts

New font arrivals for February 2017
While the influence of geometric fonts on Queulat by Jorge Cisterna is evident, the drop-shaped ends and in particular the significantly rounded italic adds plenty of warmth to the fresh and modern slab serif.
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Rabenau, the distinctly warm and legible type family.
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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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Sinova, the simple humanist sans.
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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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New arrivals January 2016: The noble Antiqua Royal Romain, the raw, lively brush font Lullabies, the geometrical, rounded sans Aquawax and other fonts

New font arrivals January 2017
Gert Wiescher’s inspiration for the noble Royal Romain was a typeface originally designed for the French King Louis XIV.
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