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Dalton Maag

Dalton Maag was founded in 1992 by Swiss type designer Bruno Maag. Over the past two decades, Bruno and his team have continuously worked to produce a boutique library of high-quality fonts both for retail and custom clients.

The London-based foundry’s collection spans the type spectrum with everything from best selling fonts like Effra (a typeface based on one of the earliest commercial sans-serif designs), to playful, elegant Foco. The group, made up of over 50 people from 18 nations, specializes in script systems; creating fonts for Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Arabic, Hebrew, and many Asian and Indic script systems.

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26 font families from Dalton Maag

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Effra

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10 fonts from $81.00
Effra Effra

Foco

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8 fonts from $81.00
Foco Foco

Lexia

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14 fonts from $81.00
Lexia Lexia

Aktiv Grotesk

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16 fonts from $81.00
Aktiv Grotesk Aktiv Grotesk

InterFace

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12 fonts from $81.00
InterFace InterFace

Co

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6 fonts from $81.00
Co Co

Verveine

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1 font from $81.00
Verveine Verveine

Oscine

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2 fonts from $81.00
Oscine Oscine

Viato

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6 fonts from $81.00
Viato Viato

Plume

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6 fonts from $81.00
Plume Plume

Tondo™

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4 fonts from $81.00
Tondo™ Tondo™

Tornac

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1 font from $81.00
Tornac Tornac

Soleto

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14 fonts from $81.00
Soleto Soleto

Prometo

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14 fonts from $81.00
Prometo Prometo

Blenny

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1 font from $81.00
Blenny Blenny

Kings Caslon

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6 fonts from $81.00
Kings Caslon Kings Caslon

Stroudley

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6 fonts from $81.00
Stroudley Stroudley

Aller Typo

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7 fonts from $81.00
Aller Typo Aller Typo

Cordale

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4 fonts from $81.00
Cordale Cordale

Magpie

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4 fonts from $81.00
Magpie Magpie

Dedica

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3 fonts from $81.00
Dedica Dedica

Almaq

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2 fonts from $81.00
Almaq Almaq

Tephra

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6 fonts from $81.00
Tephra Tephra

Grueber

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2 fonts from $81.00
Grueber Grueber

Grueber is ideal for all display uses, with confidently deft character shapes and unusual serifs that create a massive impact. At first glance Grueber appears industrial with its slab serifs, yet a closer look reveals a creative playfulness that answers any design challenge; a single word set in Grueber can be as strong as an entire line of copy. Despite its strongly expressive character, Grueber will happily sit alongside many different fonts without trying to steal the show.

Elevon

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5 fonts from $81.00
Elevon Elevon

Royalty

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4 fonts from $81.00
Royalty Royalty

Royalty is not a font design, it is a font concept. The characters are designed to form typographic patterns, within which the words are still discernible. All character shapes are based on geometric elements, but the geometric expression is softened by using softer, almost calligraphic treatments of individual parts of a glyph. This juxtaposition of geometry and calligraphy is reminiscent of medieval manuscripts when Royalty is set in text. The spacing of the font is set to be deliberately disturbing, encouraging new shapes and textures to emerge. The counter-space becomes all-important - it’s not important what is read but what is seen.

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