Beautiful and elegant, Black Swan BF lives equally in bliss as entrance signage for an exclusive housing subdivision, as it does on the cover of a hot new music CD.
The roots of Rockport BF run deep. 19th century woodtypes, display gothics of the 40s and 50s, are inspiration for this distinctive font style.
Its OpenType programming features automatic fractions, stylistic sets and alternates for a, b, q, r, t, u, y, M, N, U, Y, and dollar symbol.
Inspired by lettering styles of the 1930s, Seagrass BF is jazzy and jumping as a Lindy Hop. As such it captures I believe, something of the spirit of that age, yet somehow retains a fresh, contemporary feel.
Headlines, logos, packaging, signage and branding are just a few of many usages.
This beautiful new sans serif is named after the well-known New York resorts synonymous with style and elegance.
Though primarily a display face, Hamptons BF is also suitable for settings of large text.
Factor BF takes inspiration from automotive lettering, and has elements of techno. It contains OpenType features such as stylistic alternates for Q, a, e, f, y and ß; as well as automatic fractions, that are accessible in OpenType-savvy applications.
Get a can of soda and grab a bag of hot-buttered popcorn, 'cause it’s Lights! Camera! Action!
Take Two BF turns in a stellar performance everytime.
Best used in large sizes.
Inspiration for Dragonfly BF came from such early 20th century typefaces as Windsor and Greeting Monotone. It’s a bit eccentric, but in a funky-cool way.
Service with a smile. Fifties style. Retroscript BF is sure to please.
Inspired by handlettering for a headline on a 1940’s furniture ad, it’s got a cool Forties and Fifties flavor; and gee whiz, the capital letters of this script font even go together well!
This expressive, upright script was inspired by 1940s penmanship.
Its OpenType programming will enhance your typography via features such as automatic ligatures and contextual alternates.
Also included is a Stylistic Alternate for lowercase letter “g”.
Glow Gothic BF, like its predecessor Subliminal BF, represents further exploration into typographic special effects. In its original form, it features letters that are transparent, with an opaque glow. Glow Gothic Overlay and Glow Gothic Underlay share identical spacing values and are designed to be used together. Though “Overlay” can certainly be employed as a separate, stand-alone, solid font, using these two together allows for greater color and (tighter) kerning possibilities —see Gallery Images.
Monique Sans features an unconventional thick/thin stroke weight pattern, that creates a fresh, unique appearance throughout.
Aside from being a superb choice for a diverse variety of applications in headline and display, Monique Sans is remarkably legible and distinctive in short passages of mid-range text (10 pt to 14 pt).
Squat may be vertically challenged but hey, even the vertically challenged need love too!
And you know what? Squat is worth much more than Diddley Squat! It gets the tough jobs done
in half the vertical space with its sturdy, low profile.