A redesign of Typoart’s Thannhaeuser Fraktur.
In 1913, Leipzig-based foundry C. F. Ruehl released a hot-metal font called Caesar-Schrift which was cut by the engraver and medalist Georg Schiller (1858-1937).
In the late 1920s Walter Tiemann cut this font for Klingspor Brothers in Offenbach am Main. It comes close to Luthersche Fraktur and, though quite slender, possesses a good gray value and readability.
Kompress Pro - a font family of two highly compressed sans serif fonts, regular and shadowed. Both fonts contain West and East European character sets, as well as Cyrillic glyphs. This multilingual font family is well suited for decorative purposes.
Constanze Pro - an elegant, legible, multilingual script font, based on former Klingspor hot-metal letters.
A revived and updated version of Georg Trump’s Amati which was first released by C. Weber Foundry, Stuttgart, in 1951.
A compressed multilingual serif font for many purposes.
In the middle of 18th century Leibniz Fraktur appeared in German print shops. This blackletter font with its great x-height preserved the then fashioned trunk in many of its uppercase letters. It was a cast font of Genzsch & Heyse, Hamburg.
Jolly Polly - just to bring in a little sunshine and spring feelings.
In 1951 Alessandro Butti cut a fontfamily for Nebiolo which he called Fluidum. Both weights, light and bold, were now revived and named Butti.
Inspired by Thannhaeuser’s Liberta, completely fresh drawn and designed, Trybuna is a pronounced, freestyle serif font family, intended for body texts in print and for the web.
A fine, harmonious and legible Art Nouveau font named after Ferdinand von Reznicek (1868-1909), one of the leading artists and illustrators of those times.