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For the most common uses, both personal and professional.
With a desktop license, you can install a font into your computer’s fonts folder and use it in any of your favorite applications that contain a fonts menu such as TextEdit, Microsoft Word, and Photoshop.
Create and print documents, as well as static images (JPEG, TIFF, PNG), even if the images are used on the web or in a mobile app.
You can use SkyFonts to sync fonts from MyFonts to your computers.
Fonts with Desktop Licenses
Cool doodads from the cold war...spaceships, moderne coffee pots, boomerangs, cocktail glasses, etc. A must for decorating your cyber-bachelor pad; a requirement for the retro lounge crowd. Don't be a square, daddio, get Satellite today!
Set of four fonts (black-on-white and white-on-black), with three sets of numerals and letters, to create any channel number or cable TV identification. The fonts are constructed in connecting segments.
These four typefaces, Berlinette NB, Lyonette NB, Marseillette NB and Parisette NB, were designed from the same basic shape, a fanciful geometric form that avoids strict horizontals and uses more offbeat triangular shapes. Berlinette is the medieval Gutenbergian version of the four. It’s like a weird black letter font from the 1930s. It would work well advertising an obscure brand of German beer on the side of a Zeppelin as it circles the soccer stadium during the last match. In a William Burroughs novel.
Teardrop, circular, square and triangular shaped embellishments are great accent dingbats where a whimsical art deco look is needed. DecoGlyphs contain five different fonts: Orbs, Spheres, Droplets, Triangles and Squares for a total of 360 characters.
A package of three display fonts featuring numerals, a capital alphabet and decorative symbols, constrained within square borders. Light, normal and bold versions, in both positive and reverse format, are included.
Inspired by letterforms painted on restaurant wall in the tiny village of Tuk Tuk in Sumatra.
Six segmented "make-your-own-key" fonts featuring international computer keyboard keys, including accented characters for most European languages. All symbols also in single key-shapes. Style matches the Command Key font.
The font package is designed to simulate an electronic news bulletin board and generates all the standard characters accessible from the computer keyboard, in a dot matrix format, in four styles: normal, italic, bold, and bold italic. The euro symbol is included in the font.
Two fonts simulating liquid crystal displays, consisting of 5x7 square dots on a 5x8 matrix. Dollar and euro symbols are both included. The characters appear without a grid background. A grid can be easily added to each character with the special matrix.
A monogram font of classic capitals with a thin shadow embossed look, to create elegant stationery. Includes six border styles for monograms, each accessed by a single keystroke, as well as decorative rule characters to generate business letterheads.
Dragons, magic, the Middle Ages, and all that is gothic was the inspiration for this design. It was one of ten winners in The 1988 Chartpak Typeface Design Competition and is now available in two styles with additional characters, alternates and dingbats. Blackstone was originally designed with only upper case letters so try using different combinations of all caps.
Two monospaced fonts including the IBM extended character set, drawn to look like screen display bitmaps, but in a high-resolution format. For computer manuals.
Bokonon says this font looks like it could be used for anything from classic to grunge. It is a scripty conglomeration classic fonts and is sure to become one of your favorites. Pass the Ice 9 please.
Zapped is a grungy font with a sort of extruded look. I was working on a poster for the punk band MAXILLA (they are hot check'm out). It looks like it came out of a war zone. Abuse it!
A four-font package featuring 266 shadow-boxed computer keyboard keys and symbols with Macintosh and PC labels, for use along with regular text in computer manuals and other instructional materials. See also CommandKey.
Four segmented "make-your-own-key" fonts featuring international computer keyboard keys with a shadow-box effect, including accented characters for most European languages. All symbols also in single key-shapes. Style matches the Shadowkey font.
This set of two pharmaceutical fonts includes apothecary measures symbols (minim, dram, scruple, etc.), roman numerals, plus a serif universal fraction generator.
The two Phone fonts includes a large collection of phone-related symbols and buttons in many shapes and styles, all designed to align auto-matically with the unframed symbols, providing over 1000 possible combinations.
RA Crystals is a dingbat font of all hand-drawn originals of actual quartz crystals I have in my collection. There are 32 regular characters and 32 hollow characters. These crystal images are great for web pages, and other projects with rockhound or metaphysical and mystical themes.
An elegantly refined typeface with a subtle wedge serif, the character shapes of Acolyte STF set a rhythm of light and dark like windows in a cathedral.
Standing tall (as in condensed!) and respectful, Acolyte STF is aptly named as a companion to any design, packaging and advertising.
This font was a nightmare to create but the results are fabulous! Use this font anytime you want that trendy hand drawn look. All the points have been hand edited for maximum smoothness at large sizes. This font is a full extended character set!
A tool for cross-stitch creators. A highly readable backstitch alphabet font to be used in a word processor, especially useful for long, or centered text.
Inspired by architecture and hand-lettered posters of the 1940s, JY Koliba makes a statement that is very 21st century. With an ultra-light weight plus an elegant book and bold, Koliba was designed to be flexible. Fine-tuned with a full Latin glyph complement, and Windows kerning support for designer Jure Stojan’s Slovenian mother tongue, Koliba is set to be one of the foundry’s best-loved sans serifs.
Two symbol fonts based on African art and hand-crafts, such as bronze reliefs, wood carvings, and textiles. Use singly, as rules, borders or overall patterns.