The BATTISTA typeface stands in the long tradition of the designs developed by Giambattista Bodoni, who made his famous typefaces in the end of the eighteenth century. Similar designs can be found on various specimen books e.g. Alexander Wilson, John Bell, Edmund Fry and Alexander Thibaudeau. One of the best italics was available by Stephenson Blake & Co. foundry form Sheffield, England. In the end of the nineteenth century an unknown punch cutter at the German type foundry Schelter & Giesecke made an very bold cut of this Bodoni design. He brought both designs, the regular and the italic to an new level of harmony.
Arventa was designed to be highly legible and flexible. Arventa offers a high quality alternative to contemporary humanist sans serifs and is a flexible family for editorials and corporate branding. Arventa comes in seven weights (ExtraLight, Light, Regular, Medium, Bold, Black and UltraBlack). I wanted to create a very refined family that could be used for display or body copy, for print or digital.
Sinkwitz Gotisch is a new release of the font of the same name originally designed by Paul Sinkwitz in 1942.
Originally intended to be the speech-balloon font. PicNic is very successful in creating the illusion of hand lettering.
PT Baroque Borders A is a baroque ornament-font for borders.
Especially in combination with Fleischmann Gotisch you can made very impressive greeting cards, wedding invitations or decorative certificates.
Ebura is a funny and fashionable sansserif (or semi-serif?) type. Extended Latin, extended figures and SmallCaps are supported in OpenType.