Bookmania (2011) is a revival of Bookman Oldstyle (1901) and the Bookmans of the 1960s, but with all the features you would expect in a modern digital font family.
Mostra Nuova is based on a style of lettering often seen on Italian Art Deco posters and advertising of the 1930s.
Coquette is an unconnected script combining elements of the traditional French script and geometric sans serif styles. The result is at once novel and familiar, evoking both vernacular and commercial lettering of the mid-20th century without being derived from any specific existing source.
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.
Refrigerator Deluxe is an expanded and enhanced version of Refrigerator, a condensed, geometric sans serif inspired by mid-20th century vernacular styles from America and Europe.
Changeling Neo is an expanded and enhanced version of Changeling (2003) which in turn was a redesign and expansion of China, a Visual Graphics Corporation typeface from the mid 1970s designed by M. Mitchell.
Changeling Neo includes even more alternate characters and typographic features, accessed through the magic of OpenType.
Initially designed and released in 1955, this Gothic Sans Serif was remastered and expanded with exacting precision and includes a full international character compliment, automatic fractionals, ordinals, an all CAPS setting, and a suite of alternates in dynamic OpenType format.
Filmotype Honey was released by Filmotype in the mid-1950s as part of its handlettered script styles and it gained wildly popular use with many corporations throughout the 1950s and 1960s.
Snicker (2007) is a playful 1940s-style brush-lettered sans serif. It was inspired by hand-lettered titles in Fleischer Brothers' Superman cartoon series. The font includes some extra features when used with OpenType-savvy applications including case-sensitive punctuation, automatic fractions, and extended language support. A handy user guide is included to help get the most out of Snicker’s OpenType features.
Kinescope is a dashing 1940s-style brush script.
It was inspired by hand-lettered titles in Fleischer Brothers' Superman cartoon series.
Initially designed in the early-to-mid 1950s, Filmotype Gem is the boldest member of Filmotype’s larger Grotesque condensed ‘G’ series sans serif typefaces.
Sharktooth is a somewhat geometric design based loosely on the designer’s earlier typeface Felt Tip Roman (licensed to DsgnHaus). It suitable for either for display or text.
Lakeside is a 1940s-style brush script inspired by the hand-lettered titles in the film noir classic “Laura”. It is available exclusively in the OpenType font format and features three different styles of caps—normal caps, over-sized titling caps, and smaller, plainer caps for all-caps settings.
Initially designed in the early-to-mid 1950s, Filmotype Ginger helped usher in the Mod typographic stylings of the early 1960s visual aesthetic yet it retains a classic and timeless feel.
Blakely is an all-caps Art Deco design. It is based on the logotype of the Signals mail order gift catalog designed by Mark Simonson in 1993.
Kandal is a wedge-serif face with old style or antique qualities. It has low contrast in weight between thicks and thins, even as it gets bolder. Its proportions are slightly condensed, and the color and texture of Kandal Book is not unlike Century Old Style. (The name “Kandal” rhymes with “bundle.”)
Initially designed in the early-to-mid 1950s, Filmotype Gay shines with classic elegance and sophistication as a member of Filmotype’s larger Grotesque condensed ‘G’ series sans serif typefaces.
Felt Tip Woman is based on the handwriting of designer Patricia Thompson. The name was inspired by a mis-hearing of the name “Felt Tip Roman” by a colleague.
Felt Tip Senior is based on the handwriting of the father of Mark Simonson, the designer of Felt Tip Roman.
Strikingly poised and almost as exotic as it sounds, Filmotype Zanzibar is among Filmotype’s most amazing and beautiful formal scripts released.
Filmotype Vanity marks the beginning of Filmotype’s effect style Outline fonts, all of which incidentally start with the letter V, was developed from the original Filmotype Ginger typeface.
Changes both subtle and obvious have been made and many new features have been added such as small caps, old style figures, ligatures, and swash capitals.
Filmotype Zeal was originally released in the late 1950s, expanding Filmotype’s Formal Script category. Each letterform is elegant in its shape and the details of its execution while retaining a durability not found in formal script styles — making it perfect for use at smaller sizes.
In 1995, FontHaus came upon a rare opportunity to create a revival of Aries, a little known and previously unavailable typeface by the legendary Eric Gill. Discovering a lost typeface by one of the major designers of the 20th Century, was the discovery of a buried treasure, and being the first type company to release it was an honor.
Originally designed as a bitmap font in 1986, and loosely based on Alternate Gothic, Raster Gothic Condensed is a series of outline fonts that retain the aliased look of a bitmap font. The original was retooled for better consistency across sizes, and expanded to include two more sizes and bold for all sizes. Small caps can be made by using caps from the next size down. Perfect for on-screen use, including Flash animations, web graphics, or any time anti-aliasing is not desired.
Raster Bank is a pixelized version of Bank Gothic that retains the jagged look of a bitmap font. Perfect for on-screen use, including Flash animations, web graphics, or any time anti-aliasing is not desired.