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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
Gubia font family has been designed for Graviton Font Foundry by Pablo Balcells. It is a geometric, sans serif typeface with a slightly condensed design. It has been conceived to be most suitable for all sized headlines, as well as short and middle length text blocks. The standard styles give texts a classic appearence while alternate styles give texts a playfull one.
Clean and elegant display sans-serif uppercase family with three weights and rounded corners. Excellent for headers, posters, t-shirts and websites.
To design a font Kapra, I was inspired by a You And Me Monthly published by National Magazines Publisher RSW „Prasa” that appeared from Mai 1960 till December 1973 in Poland. The font Kapra is designed in eight versions – lower and uppercase characters.
Emblema is an evocative font that remains Art Deco style from early decades of the 20th Century. Its geometric shapes gives a clean and modern look to the designs where it is applied. Emblema was designed in 12 near but different weights and is ideal to fit the same weight in a single piece using different point sizes. Open Type users could acces to extensive set of alternative and ornamental characters including 3 different size sets of caps, so versatility is the most important advantage you can take using this font family.
Clarendon Text is a contemporary remake of the truly classic slab serif typeface with a distinctively clear and legible visibility. It is a widely usable text type suited equally well to advertising, books, publications, and a wide range of corporate literature where large amounts of reading matter call for distinction and style without sacrificing readability.
Felt Tip Roman began as an experiment in 1989--a straight adaptation of the designer’s handwriting. The Bold and Heavy weights were added in 2003 to broaden the usefulness of this very popular typeface.
After months of sketching, drawing, tracing and kerning I am proud to present a new member of the dearJoe family: here’s dearJoe 5.
A more casual extension of the AG Book family, Günter Gerhard Lange designed AG Book Rounded in 1980.
It has an informality that is appropriate for all kinds of advertising and display work. AG Book Rounded has been a popular choice for signage in Europe and often is used in children’s works.
An original design by Malcolm Wooden of DTP Types Limited.
Like a brother to Gin, Bourbon is a condensed display typeface inspired by serifs from whiskey bottles and old packaging. The letters play well with subtle, distressed textures or a nice, good-ole script. Bourbon Rough works best in larger sizes with anti-aliasing set to “Smooth.”
Features include: Stylistic Alternates and Multiple Language Support
Edgy and modern, Saissant is a hand-drawn font that leaves an impression. Bold capitals and kinetic lowercase letters have been designed for emotional impact. Saissant includes multi-language support as well as contextual alternates and discretionary ligatures for a convincing calligraphic effect.
Encorpada classic brings the best features of the Didone genre, but with a 21st century look and feel. With smooth details Encorpada Classic is a elegant choice for your type library. The Encorpada family began in 2011 with the release of Encorpada Black.
Belleville FY is an original 16 retro and modern fonts family, inspired at the same time by New art mouvement, graffitis, 19th century wood type, and modern slab fonts.
Each style has specific shapes and serifs which give it a special look, depending of the mood you choose. Because each of them is based on the same structure, you can easily mix them to create unique sets, offering you endless possibilities.
Belleville is well suited for logos, headlines, packaging, posters, signage and every project you want.
Kostic Serif is a classic transitional typeface (like Baskerville, Bookman, Caslon, Times) with tall, clean characters and a large glyph set to support all European languages - Greek and Cyrillic script included. Excellent for setting multiple pages of text and packed with OpenType features (proportional lining and oldstyle numbers, tabular figures, superscript and subscript, numerator and denominator figures, fractions and 31 ligature in 659 characters), it should meet the demands of even the most demanding typographic works. Kostic Serif is made with fairly large x-height, so the text is legible in very small sizes.
MonteCarlo is a beautiful formal script— both contemporary and traditional. This connecting script’s italic is slight, making it an extremely legible design. Its additional flourishing options offer truly diverse possibilities for customization of display. MonteCarlo is perfect for those situations that require an ornate look, and a readable message, without compromising beautiful design.
The Snasm font family is an augmentation of some of the ideas employed in late 20th Century modular letter forms including the instrumental typeface designs of Donald Handel. From the late seventies to the early 1990’s, there was a logo trend using correspondingly laconic, molded plastic forms. The Pepsi Cola (1987) and Nintendo Super Famicom (1990) logos are good examples of this smooth, high-tech design tactic.
Monstro is a carefully hand-crafted typeface with different lettershapes on upper- and lowercase slots, although being an all-caps font. When working in OpenType savvy applications, the contextual alternates feature can take care of alternating the glyphs, preventing double letters from showing the same lettershape while bringing more spontaneity to your designs. There is also a set of stylistic alternates for added amusement: just turn on the stylistic alternates feature or pick the glyphs manually.