Inspired by the strange, blocky lettering on the sides of a set of a set of plastic kitchen containers in my childhood home, 8th Avenue is a sophisticated, somewhat syncopated font with a retro look and feel that at the same time brings a very modern attitude to your design. 8th Avenue works well as display font for packaging, headlines and logos.
Our House Graphics is pleased to announce the release of After 5, an upright, slab serif, display typeface with an Art Moderne attitude.
This is a face with a somewhat formal (ha ha) yet warm, friendly feel. Its normally calm, even and sensible rhythm takes on a syncopated jazzy beat when discretionary ligatures or digraphs are turned on.
MetroBots is a fun loving, non-traditional but very functional family of 5 fonts made from big city skies, the long tropical morning shadows of ancient ziggurats and whole pueblo apartment blocks nestled into the steep cliff-sides of sage-topped mesas in south western deserts.
Kush is what happens when you let your fonts sit around watching cartoons and eating cake and ice-cream all day—When their vectors are freed from constraints and allowed to follow their bliss. Kush has filled its insides to just the other side of contentment and comes to you on a sugar high with a head full of Loony Tunes.