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CALLIGRAPHICS FOUNDRY is a one person operation. The designer, Paul Veres, designed his first font, Aperto, in 1995 as a result of his practice with and teaching of calligraphy.
Established in 2008, Campotype is well known as the first professional independent type foundry in Indonesia. We offer some quality typeface for text and design solutions. Currently we are focused on training of type design among young people, especially students, to develop their love of type design.
Canada Type is an independent digital type design and development firm based in Toronto. After its humble artistic start with a few retail typefaces and some custom publishing work in early 2004, the quality and affordability of Canada Type¹s work made it popular with graphic designers and creative agencies all around the world.
One day two multi-millionaires came and bought the small state of Cape Arcona. They built up a small font industry and now this 3rd world country is busy packing font suitcases for the whole wide world. It’s a touristic attraction you shouldn’t miss. And it will never look the same.....
View the exquisite works of renowned designer Matthew Carter and partner Cherie Cone.
For years, cartoonist Stu Heinecke has been creating record-breaking campaigns for some of the biggest direct marketers in the world, using his trademark personalized cartoons as the nucleus of an entirely new genre of direct mail. The CartoonLink Font Foundry brings you the cartoonist's proprietary chicken-scratch fonts used in those mailings to create such a realistic -- and magic -- effect.
Cas van de Goor Design is the personal font foundry of the self-taught designer Cas. Apart from graphic design, he is interested in many other fields of design, including architecture, industrial design and transportation design.
Celebrity Fontz is a trailblazer in the font industry, putting unique fonts, subliminal message fonts, and celebrity signature fonts at your fingertips. We can proudly claim to have created new concepts in fonts, taking philography (the love of collecting autographs) and subliminal messages to the medium of our high-quality celebrity fonts and subliminal fonts. Years of research and investigation have gone into our subliminal message fonts and in obtaining the collections of famous signatures contained in our celebrity fonts. Behind our fonts is a team of skilled type designers, researchers, and autograph collectors. For our celebrity signature fonts, we take autographs and signatures of the most fascinating personalities in the world and convert them into high-quality, easy-to-use TrueType fonts. These fonts are selected carefully to service a wide spectrum of users and enthusiasts, from designers and publishers to people at home or work who have dreamed about "signing" a letter or e-mail as if by their favorite historical figure, movie star, author, musician, or politician. For our subliminal message fonts, we choose the most compelling words possible and carefully embed them into each character. Celebrity Fontz continues to develop fonts to satisfy the varied interests of its clients and is coming out with new collections on an ongoing basis. If you would like a custom-made subliminal message font with your personalized message embedded into the characters
Chank’s wildly imaginative fonts are found on packaging for countless food products. Feast your eyes on this new collection.
Henning Skibbe is a graphic and type designer from Hamburg, Germany. His thesis project the typeface family "Haptic" received a "Certificate of Excellence in Type Design" from the TDC in 2009. Currently he is working with Factor Design in Hamburg and there revised the FF Dingbats into FF Dingbats 2.0.
Founded in 2004, Characters Font Foundry is an independent type foundry, designing, manufacturing and selling high quality typefaces for creative designers. Besides being a self-taught type designer, René Verkaart is the co-founder of Stoere Binken Design a renowned Dutch graphic design studio based in Maastricht, The Netherlands.
Chris Costello is a graphic designer, website designer, illustrator and typographer working in Boston, Massachusetts. In 1983, he designed the popular font Papyrus for Letraset and has since produced Blackstone, Letterpress Text, Virus and Mirage.

With over 20 years experience in publishing and advertising, he continues to create hand-rendered drawings, maps, and lettering for clients including Simon & Schuster, Random House, IBM, The New York Yankees, Encyclopedia Britannica and Scholastic Press.

“Designing typefaces is a labor of love for me. After handlettered book and magazine titles for several major publishers, I thought it would be cool to produce complete character sets from some of these designs...”

Chris earned a B.S. Degree in Graphic Design and Visual Communication from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts and an A.A.S. Degree in Commercial Art from Dutchess Community College in Poughkeepsie, New York. He is now employed as Creative Director for Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage and is also an accomplished bass player, a Black Belt in Tae-Kwon Do, a devoted husband and a father of two beautiful daughters.
Designer and founder Tony Nash provides a wide variety of intricate, ornate and classicly styled typeface designs.
ClubType specializes in typeface, logo and graphic design. The company aims to create fresh new designs for situations in which type is used with today's fashion and technology.
Cofino SA offers a selection of text designs that provide excellent legibility in a variety of applications.
Comicraft was founded by Richard Starkings and John Roshell in 1992, and together they are credited with pioneering digital lettering in the comic book industry. Today, Comicraft¿s lettering methods and processes are now the widely accepted industry standard. The Comicraft studio¿s clients include DARK HORSE COMICS, DC COMICS, MARVEL COMICS, IMAGE COMICS, MAD MAGAZINE, NICKELODEON, GRAPHITTI DESIGNS, VIEW ASKEW, SCHOLASTIC, TODD McFARLANE PRODUCTIONS and NBC, and their lettering and design work over the last fifteen years has earned them over a dozen comic book industry awards including the much coveted Eisner. The Comicraft foundry¿s fonts have been featured in millions of comic books and magazines throughout the world, and have been featured in high profile movies including TOY STORY 2 and SKY HIGH as well as many children¿s books, toy products, dvd and game packaging which have sought out Comicraft fonts to create an authentic comic book look.
These not-so-subtle designs by Todd Dever are unconventional, graphically intense and just plain cool.
CounterPoint Type Studio is the second foundry created by type designer Jason Walcott. Known for being the creative force behind the successful Jukebox font library, Walcott launched the CounterPoint library in April of 2013. CounterPoint will pick up where Jukebox left off and continue to provide the visual arts world with exciting new fonts. The main focus of CounterPoint designs will be on developing unique and interesting display faces. When applicable, the advantages of OpenType technology will be used to create typefaces that are able to give a more hand-lettered and organic look to computerbased fonts.
Tom Nikosey is a creative graphic designer that had designed lots of logos. He is very experienced and here are his fonts.
The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Font Company specializes in typefaces based upon the letterforms of Scotland's revered artist, architect and designer - Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Launched in 1993, the Classic Charles Rennie Mackintosh Font was the brainchild of designer George R. Grant, mainly because his accountant needed the typeface for his wedding invitations! The timeless beauty of this font has been enjoyed all over the globe, with museums in Los Angeles, Houston, and Washington DC having distributed it at various times. The font also enjoyed the limelight of Hollywood, with one-time Glasgow School of Art student, director Sam Raimi, requesting its use in his second "Spider Man" movie.
George employed the talents of Glasgow designer Joanna McKnight to help with the artwork for the CRM ARTLOVER Font, which was launched in 1995. Many customers had requested a lowercase font (despite the fact that most of Mackintosh's "embellishments" were in uppercase) for printing letters and other larger areas of text. George eventually ;o) obliged and the world's first CRM Font to feature lowercase lettering was born in 2006, to coincide with the inaugural Mackintosh Festival in his home town of Glasgow.
CUBO FONTS has been created in Paris in 2008 by Florent COURTAIGNE, graduated in visual arts in ENSAD – “Art Décoratifs de Paris” (memoir about the typographic art of the Parisian catacombs). CUBO FONTS follows the lead of MASSIN and Jean-François PORCHEZ, and produces original fonts for different medium, as books, websites and visual identities for several firms.
Cultivated Mind foundry is based in Canada by Apparel Graphic Designer Cindy Kinash. After many years of using typography in apparel graphic design, she decided the time was right to apply these skills in designing her own brand of typography.Cultivated Mind specializes in bringing hip, trendy fonts to typography. Everyfont is carefully crafted and unique in its own way. Cindy spends countless hours making sure every detail in every font she designs is right.
CyberGraphics consists of Multi-Disciplinary Information architects. Our focus is on all forms of Typography for print design as well as digital media. In addition to the services such as Corporate Typeface design, Trademarks, Branding, DirectMail, Info design, Packaging, Publication, Websites and Interactiave CD-Roms. We are also involved in Teaching Typeface design at the Universities of Johannesburg and Stellenbosch in the Cape.
Connary Fagen creates the typefaces he wished he had earlier. Built on a long standing appreciation for typography, and a history in client design services, Connary brings a modern touch to his fonts with continuous updates and feature additions.
Browse through the vast landscape of typefaces from the Linotype product portfolio.