This sanserif has 18 faces from Light to the Black Italic. Conqueror Sans keeps the vigorous design peculiar to all members of this family, but at the same time it is more neutral, than its having serifs relatives.
21 Cent - not Century or Clarendon. This is an original font family designed from scratch. 21 Cent is named after a magical coin that brings good luck. And well, in honor of the 21st century, of course.
21 cent family is used in the almanac of the State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia.
Red Ring and Red Square - the super-family of two families of fonts. The super-family includes sanserif Red Ring and geometric font Red Square.
Families are synchronized by the number and weight of the typefaces and can be used either separately or together.
Costa Brava and Costa Dorada are devoted unforgettable days on beaches of tender Mediterranean sea in Catalonia. Enjoy!
Both fonts were originally created in the summer 2003. The OpenType version, with extended Latin characters, was released in 2009.
Conqueror the Display — the first of four subfamilies of a super family Conqueror. Font proportions are taken from the fifteenth century Venetian antique, but details are simplified, and the quantity of serifs is reduced to a minimum. It is a font with unusual, sharp image. Display works well in a combination with other members of the Conqueror super family.