#2: Texta Narrow
Look, folks! From what may just be the vernacular sign capital of the world, Chattanooga, Tennessee, it’s a brand new hyperfamily from insigne! Look includes three different related fonts, with three weights each. That’s over 70 fonts!
#7: Sofia Rough
#8: Veryberry Pro
#10: True North Textures
True North is back but now in a distressed version and new styles! True North Textures is a vintage typeface with 18 fonts and a monoline script. True North Textures comes with distressed labels, extras and free banners. Extras include wild animals, catchwords, numbers, mountains, symbols, tools, leaves and trees.
#14: Jabana Alt
Jabana Alt is the much more standard looking brother of “Jabana”. Each letter is altered and changed. But you can also use it for coffee and more. Because it is inspired by having a “Schorle” at Hamburgs coffee bars.
Bambino Font Family is a typography project by Milos Mitrovic and affiliates. Bambino has an influence of 1920’s Futura like fonts and art deco look and feel. Combining it’s vintage character with clean geometric form and organic flow, Bambino is shaped to fit modern aesthetics. There are 12 fonts (six weights with italics) included in the family.
Bambino weight range spreads from almost hairline lightness to extreme bold style.
“It’s all about Soul!” – Strong, decided and edgy. The Americane super family is inspired by the old wood type specimen books. Delivering some glorious vibes of the handcrafted values from the pioneers AND keeping one eye on todays demands and technology, Americane is made for high professional use.
Optimum readability in small bodies with scarce interlining, under poor printing conditions such as in newspapers, where velocity and bad quality’s irregular surface papers, truly distort strokes was the challenge taken. Pobla was designed with this in mind, hence Patau present a hybrid between the conventional strokes of a serif’s classical roman type and markedly “fractured” forms inside, providing a unique personality to this typographic family, where calligraphic’s humanistic axis is visibly broken with the straight axis of the fabricated letters.
#20: TT Supermolot
TT Supermolot is next step of development of our old font Supermolot. We altered all in it from the beginning. Now it is a modern interpretation of an old font.
#21: Circe Rounded
Circe Rounded is an extension for a popular Circe typeface, with rounded terminals. Bold and ExtraBold faces have two variants with different radius of the roundings. Circe Rounded is even more friendly than the original Circe. The typeface is designed by Alexandra Korolkova and Alexander Lubovenko and released by ParaType in 2015.
It is known that the Circe typeface is distinguished by mild and humanist nature being formally a geometric sans-serif. However, as an experiment we decided to make it even softer: Circe now has a version with rounded terminals — Circe Rounded.
Rounding is generally regarded as a mechanical operation, but in this case a lot of manual adjustment was needed because of the humanist nature and peculiarities of type design. Moreover, the two bold styles now have two options: a basic one is slightly rounded and an alternate one is fully rounded.
In Circe Rounded we decided to dismiss characters with swashes that are rather inappropriate in such a rounded font, but the stylistic sets and alternate characters are remaining.
Rounded terminals make an open and friendly typeface even more childish. For example, in quite large point sizes (because the x-height is still not big) it can be used as a body type in infant books. Circe Rounded, similar to Circe, has alternative forms of lowercase characters, which are called “infant” and are used in publications for children’s reading. However, a humanist basis is preserved alongside with its softness and it does not allow it to be as “plasticine” as many other rounded fonts.
Two of the most obvious areas of possible application of Circe Rounded are everything for children and everything edible, especially all that is sweet and puff. However, we believe that there are other options.
Encorpada Classic, designed by Eduilson Coan, brings the best features of the Didone genre, but with a 21st century look and feel. With smooth details Encorpada Classic is an elegant choice for your type library.
#25: Bali Script™
#26: La Veronique
Nordikka is a 10-style sans-serif simple pure typeface designed by Luciano Vergara. Nordikka is a condensed font with a large x-height and straight terminals well-suited for headlines and short texts. A good option for clean and visually appealing designs.
#31: Haptic Script
Designed by Typesketchbook, Betm is a simple sans-serif font that comes with 10 weights, along with 10 italic options to match.
Rivea is two-font, hand-lettered script family designed to mimic real calligraphy. Each font dances along a natural, variable baseline and has a distinctive slant. Long, thin upstrokes contrast with rich downstrokes in a style reminiscent of “wet noodle” pen writing.
At first glance, there is something familiar about this font, but one may not be sure...
Some 40 km north of Helsinki, surrounded by meadows and a serene Finnish lake, lies Ainola, the former home and now museum of composer Jean Sibelius (1865–1957). I know the place quite well, since it is only a stone’s throw away from the art school where I began my graphic design studies. We sometimes went there after classes—a beautiful walk, especially in spring, when the days were getting longer, the snow melting in the sun and the ice cracking on the lake.
#42: Jabana Extras
Neon is an experimental, retro display typeface designed by Superfried. Neon features two styles which can be toggled via shift. As the name suggests styling for the typeface started with classic neon signage, but quickly took a new direction of its own leading to a very distinct and versatile display face. Neon has been featured in Computer Arts magazine.
Pancho is a very informal sans serif. It’s story started with its name. Shiva Nallaperumal and Satya Rajpurohit were toying with the word “Pancho” and wondered if a typeface could be designed with just the name as a starting point, without any other conscious precedents or intended applications. Pancho is now the jester in ITF’s otherwise serious catalogue; the typeface brings comic relief to our library. The typeface pays some tribute to the work of Roger Excoffon, for instance in the top-heaviness of many of its letters, or the form of its capital “O.” Pancho is Shiva Nallaperumal’s first typeface to be published by ITF. Originally from Chennai, he is currently an MFA student at MICA in Baltimore/Maryland.