Futuramano for that "unfinished" touch
Venice Initials: elegance made in the 15th century
Germania is a Sans font based on classic roman proportions and forms based on my Imperia font. But I added that distinct, rigid, no-nonsense German touch. This monoline font with its classic proportions and personality is good for lots of occasions. And – I designed three »real« italic typefaces – not just slanting the straight ones. I corrected the stroke thicknesses and changed the lowercase a, e, f, g and q. I put in a collection of very interesting uppercase ligatures for free.
Monogramma is a set of 676 beautiful and unique Monograms plus some doubles. There is one monogram for each possible letter-combination! For easy use I packed the monograms in 13 packets. One for two starting letter each. So if for example you look for the monogram “GW”, you must choose the packet "Monogramma-GH" -- the G-combinations under the uppercase letters. You now have to type a capital “W” and Bingo you have the combination GW! Some letter-combinations have doubles, just check the numbers 0 to 9 if there is anything to be found. If you buy the whole set of monograms you get the basic font free of charge!
FlorishesA are a set of flourishes, that serves well for frames and other elegant embellishments, they are beginning of last century American.
Your I-found-them-somewhere type-designer, Gert Wiescher
FranklinGothicHandDemi is part of a series of hand-drawn fonts from way back in time – before computers changed the way we worked.
When I was in advertising – before computers – a very time consuming part of my daily work was sketching headlines. I used to be able to sketch headlines in Franklin Gothic, Times, Futura, Helvetica and several scripts.