New arrivals February 2016: The powerful but friendly headline font Barricada, the lively Renaissance Antiqua Pona Display, the floral and funky retro font Seventies and other fonts
Rounded serifs and numerous curves give Barricada by Elí Castellanos Chávez a soft, almost playful touch. With this loud, lively and dynamic headline font, you’ll most definitely call attention to your designs.
Pona Display (Tipografies)
Pona Display by Jordi Embodas incorporates elements of various historical Romans. This friendly Renaissance Antiqua, designed with low contrast in the weights, a large x-height and open counters, has countless typographic details and is optimized for use in the larger font sizes.
Seventies (Lian Types)
The floral brush font Seventies from Maximiliano R. Sproviero incorporates the ornamental style of the 1970s. Styles with shine and shadows (also as overlay) or incomplete color application expand the font’s potential applications. Use this font for logos, brand names, or book covers, for example.
Nexa Script (Fontfabric Type Foundry)
The friendly Nexa Script by Ani Petrova fits perfectly with the other fonts in the Nexa Clan. Use this font – well-equipped with six weights and numerous alternative characters – for logos, posters or on t-shirts, for example.
Centrale Sans (Typedepot)
Small humanist allusions lend the structured sans serif Centrale Sans from Alexander Nedelev and Veronika Slavova a warm, friendly look. The modern and geometric sans serif is well-equipped with nine weights and offers many ligatures, as well as various alternative characters.
Ed’s Market (Laura Worthington)
With this family of beautiful brush fonts you have access to the style of hand-painted posters from the grocery stores of the 20th century. With Ed’s Market, Laura Worthington offers numerous hand-painted fonts that complement each other perfectly. The countless alternatives, swash variants and ligatures make for a very unique word image.
Olivier (Letters & Numbers)
Inspired by running wine, Ursula Hitz painted the powerful and organic characters of the ink font Olivier. Varying base and cap lines, as well as numerous upbeat decorations, lend the font a lively and playful character.
Bunita Swash (Buntype)
Bunita Swash by Ralf Sander and Petra Niedernolte was a combination of sans with elements of common script fonts. The versatile and varied font is well-equipped with eight weights. Countless alternative characters, swash variants and ligatures offer plenty of room to play when it comes to the appearance of the font. Take advantage of the free demo font to give Bunita Swash a try.
Slanted line ends not only add a dynamic flair to the powerful and robust slab serif Calanda by Dieter Hofrichter; they also lend the font a high degree of recognition value. With nine weights, the large family is equipped for almost any eventualities.
P22 Chai Tea (IHOF)
The noble, very fine brush font P22 Chai Tea from Stephen W. Rapp has a unique appearance with its curved lines and generous use of space. Take advantage of the numerous alternative characters and ligatures for logos, titles or in packaging design to create a truly individual look.
Setimo (Dalton Maag)
Round points in the restrained sans serif Setimo by Fernando Caro make for a warm tone. The quiet, but expressive sans can be used for logo types as well as in body text.
The Blend family from Sabrina Mariela Lopez offers numerous, lively handwritten fonts as well as a number of ornaments and pictograms. Take advantage of the endless combination potential to suit perfectly your own personal tastes.
Secans (Sergej Lebedev)
Rounded corners and ends reduce some of the strictness of Sergej Lebedev’s structured square sans, Secans. The generously designed letters are based on the square and are available in three weights, each with a matching italic.
Dessert Menu (My Creative Land)
The upbeat, very harmonious brush font Dessert Menu by Elena Genova contains numerous alternate characters, ligatures, and swash variants. A number of ornaments and a style with painted letters round out the available options.
Reduced, monolinear letter forms with rounded corners lend Carnas by Dieter Hofrichter a warm and friendly appearance. The easily legible characters are suited for headlines and signs as well as shorter and longer texts.
Termina (Fort Foundry)
With Termina, Mattox Shuler offers a modern interpretation of the historical font Industria by Hermann Zehnpfundt. The structured, wide letters have a certain rigorous appearance that works in logos as well as texts (the font is easily legible). Termina is available in nine weights.