Strangelove Next is inspired by Stanley Kubrick’s movie “Dr. Strangelove”. The original titles were designed by Pablo Ferro, who is one of the most acclaimed film title designers, especially famous for his hand-drawn lettering. The Strangelove Next family contains the highly successfull narrow version, a new expanded version and finally a mix of the first two, which gives it a surprising and unpredictable look. All three styles have more glyphs than the original family.
If you are looking for a unique typeface of light and pure elegance, Marlowe will be your choice.
The seven ways of Moki. Moki comes in seven different styles: Base, Cut, Dust, Lean, Mono, Soft and Uni. Moki is a display expert – with a wide range of languages covered, the family offers a style for every purpose. You are a SciFi movie director and are looking for an alternative to the inevitable Eurostile? Now you have!
The grotesque workhorse: Substance, the new typeface designed by Marcus Sterz, fulfills the primary role of emphasizing content. Containing 8 weights + italics (800+ glyphs each) Substance is a workhorse with loads of subtle OpenType features (small caps, a choice of lining, tabular and old style figures, numerators, denominators, tabular figures and signs, fractions, ligatures), 21 currency signs and a diversity of symbols and arrows. Substance provides everything you need for demanding briefs like signage or corporate design.
Bikra Plain and Bikra Stencil are tough and curve-less fonts.
Aldrans Medium is a homage to the poster style used in the 1920’s to promote skiing in Austria.
Handwriting fonts have a great disadvantage when it comes to double letters: they look fake.
With Palma come loads of ligatures for double letters to make your design look authentic (as shown on the image above).
Mousedings contains numerous fine websymbols.
Loki is a highly decorative pixel font, inspired by medieval uncial typefaces.
Who needs counters? Although this typeface is bold as hell, it is still absolutely legible. If You are looking for fat curves, this is may be Your choice! There are also extra letters (A, V, v) to let You make better logos and headlines.
Please take also a look at Dollbats for suitable Arrows, Symbols and Numbers.
Ivory is inspired by a typeface used in an old illustrated compendium about pomology.