Breaking the Norm is a new American foundry.
Until their debut here at MyFonts, the amazing collection of 500 BTN fonts, all brand spanking new, has only been available for specialist purposes.
This is a fantastic collection of affordable fonts to add all kinds of flavors to your designs.
Talented designers Stuart Sandler and Brian J. Bonislawsky worked with a team of seasoned font engineers to bring the project together. Our faves?
We love the cheery comic-book sans-serifs Surfer Shop, Candy Round and Mandingo. Scrumptious scripts include Youngsook, Bleedblob, Holiday Springs, and Tropicali Script.
And a series of picture fonts like Tribal Dividers and Lil' Tipsy rounds off the collection. Browse 102 colorful graphics to see them in action! And the prices? Just $12.99 each.
BTN fonts are 20% off for 4 weeks!
Archive Type is a
great collection of historic fonts compiled and digitized by Archive Type of Slovenia. The foundry specializes in old typefaces found in old prints, books and samples.
The thirty fonts, with the imperfections from years of good service all perfectly
preserved, bring all the script, sans-serif and poster styles from a 19th century print shop to the digital age! Our faves are Archive Grotesque Shaded, Archive Penman Script and Archive Lightface Extended.
Character sets are just as found, so please check if you need more than basic English.
Fonts $14.95 each, with permanent discounts of 10 fonts at discount of 30%, 30 fonts for 50% off.
Kenneth Woodruff is the foundry outlet of the San Francisco-based designer and animator of the same name.
He designed Next Stop, a set of 6 fonts that mimics the appearance of text panels in buses, trams and other public transport, a super alternative to tired old LCD and bitmap fonts.
Recommended use: animate messages on websites using a “glow” effect in Photoshop! Fonts $15 each.
These fonts are 40% off for 4 weeks!
Roy Cole is a British typographer (biography) who trained under Emil Ruder at the Allgemeine Gewerbeschule Basel in Switzerland in the 1960s. Now based in Wells, England, he recently completed his own Swiss-style sans, Lina.
Slightly condensed, of tall x-height, open of counter, sensibly spaced, Lina has superb legibility.
The capitals and figures are lower than the lower-case ascenders, letting in some air even when set tight.
The roman font, Lina 30, was drawn originally by hand and later its character set extended and digitally redrawn with the aid of Fontographer.
We think it’s a fine alternative to the usual sans fonts you might choose when you have lots of text to fit in a small space: catalogs, recipes, packaging, map labels – and of course websites.
It comes in 3 weights, each with italics. Each font $21.
Roy Cole fonts are 40% off for 4 weeks!
Puckertype is the own label of Christopher Risdon who lives in Brooklyn, New York. Satellite PT is a family of three geometric sanserif fonts with a feel of primitive electronic equipment, released along with two other families, SAV PT and Cheek PT.
Puckertype fonts are 50% off for 4 weeks!
Lanston Type Company is one of the most historic names in printing history, and their success marks the point where the USA took the technological lead in printing.
In 1887 Tolbert Lanston received his first patent for a mechanical typesetting device.
Later refinements led to the revolutionary Monotype casting machine and the emergence of the Lanston Monotype Company of Philadelphia as one of the most renowned type supply companies in the world.
Development of the Lanston typeface library was directed by leading American type designer Frederic Goudy from 1920 and later Sol Hess.
Read more at our page about Lanston.
In 2004 Lanston was acquired by P22 type foundry of Buffalo, NY.
The classic designs of Goudy and Hess, along with newer designs by such contemporary masters as Jim Rimmer, Dave Farey, and Gerald Giampa, have now been relaunched in definitive new versions. We think fans of classic text fonts will be delighted to see versions of Goudy’s Deepdene, Goudy Thirty and LTC Garamont, while of the newer designs we are struck by the beauty of Giampa’s LTC Jacobean Initials.
Color each layer separately for perfect drop capitals at chapter beginnings. Fonts from $19.95.
Lanston fonts are 25% off for 4 weeks!
Typo5 fonts are our latest addition from Latin America.
Award-winning designer Germán Olaya from Bogotá, Colombia, has 6 families with us.
His fonts aren’t exactly grunge... post-apocalyptic seems a better word for them.
Civility, even delicacy, is evident — but only beneath layers of grime.
When your daughter marries that Hell’s Angel, design the wedding invitation with Chato Band. Liner notes for a thrash/harmonious band? Use Kab.
Typo5’s fonts have been used worldwide in magazines, music industry, snowboard designs, books, TV, and Hollywood movies. Fonts from $16.95.
Typo5 fonts are 15% off for 2 weeks!
Omine Type is the foundry of Eduardo Omine (São Paulo, Brazil).
He brings us three OpenType feature-rich families.
Bunker unites stencil types with and without serifs, allowing for interesting stylistic combinations. Gotica Lumina is an excellent attempt to modernize blackletter – a font family with historical flair but easily readable by today’s user. Maest is an unconventional blend between calligraphy and constructed type.
Surprisingly legible, this 3-weight set would be great for film titles, we reckon.
Omine fonts are 40% off for 4 weeks!
Swansbury of Aberdeen, Maryland specilaizes in handwriting fonts designed by Nan Jay Barchowsky. Barchowsky Fluent Hand is a simple flowing style.
By copying the strokes indicated in Barchowsky Dot, you can help your own handwriting to develop a more flowing style too.
These are advanced fonts with contextual ligatures: watch them fly in OpenType-aware applications such as Adobe Creative Suite. Fonts $24 each.
Swansbury fonts are 30% off for 4 weeks!
Jason J Brown of Toronto offers us Brownhand, a font as friendly as Comic Sans but with serifs.
Use it when you need that naïve look, but don’t want to to look like everybody else. Price $29.
Jason J Brown fonts 50% off for 4 weeks!