Homelessfonts is an initiative by the Arrels foundation to support, raise awareness and bring some dignity to the life of homeless people in Barcelona Spain. Each of the fonts was carefully digitized from the handwriting of different homeless people who agreed to participate in this initiative.
Arethusa Pro is a versatile font after the ‘transitional’ style – a style that has been evolving for 250 years.
The balanced design of familiar letter forms blends form with function to create highly readable text.
Twelve fonts organised in three sub-families provide a range of weights and styles.
Language support includes Greek and Cyrillic and each font contains small capitals, superscript, fractions, ligatures, old-style numerals, case-sensitive forms and other opentype alternatives.
Whisky is a blackletter font family with a casual touch that makes it look friendly and current. The stroke varies its thickness and angle endings making it form very dynamic bodies of text.
The family includes seven weights, each with a fill and a inline version that allow you to develope more colorful applications overlaping them as layers. Also by using Open Type features you can access to an extended set of characters wich contains swashes and alternative endings to make more playful compositions.
Sheet music for a song featured in “East to West”, a film starring Mexican bombshell Dolores Del Rio, had the movie’s name lettered in a bold sans style with early Art Deco influences. East to West JNL preserves not only the name, but all of the characteristics of this wonderful bit of typographic nostalgia.
In the days of hand lettering, a common philosophy was “the problem creates the solution”. Often times the layout artist would have to adapt the lettering style to fit the amount of copy on a line.
Bango Pro is a lively, heavyweight font with a strong cartoon feel, perfect for poster design, packaging, and anything that needs to draw attention - in an informal way.
Although many pieces of sheet music used standardized backgrounds and metal type for their titles and information, there are hundreds of songs with innovative illustrations and clever typography beckoning potential buyers with their cover art.
TT Drugs is a font family that we created specially for the pharmaceutical industry. Toothpastes, pharmaceuticals and a variety of packaging household chemicals - organic place of this font.
Fontfamily TT Drugs contains many languages and alphabets and is compatible with other TypeType fonts.
One of the more popular pupils in the Comicraft Academy of Lettering Arts, Dash Decent, has been working on his penmanship, thanks to a grant from those lovely learning specialists at Brainzy and Education.com. Developing learning games for Pre K, K and 1st grade, Brainzy requested a font that was fun and clean to help children learn to print.
Meet Hollyhock, a modern and messy calligraphy font with wild, tall letterforms that refuse to be tamed. Inspired by calligraphy the breaks the rules and hollyhocks that grow rebelliously where they please.
Voga is a condensed modern Didone typeface with three weights: Regular, medium and bold. My aim was to create a very elegant and “sexy” typeface with some unique letterforms based on the principle of contrast - curves vs. strong straight lines - thin hairlines vs. thick stems - ball terminals vs. geometric serifs. These caracteristics shape it into a glamourous display font primarily used for titles and large typography settings. Voga was inspired by iconic typefaces such as Bodoni and Didot. It has an extensive glyph set that supports languages for the Americas and most of Europe.
Destiny is a new multilingual display typeface.
This type family of Medium weight plus matching italic, designed by Manuel Ramos in 2014, offers elegant and harmonious style.
Font Cervo is the younger sister of Kapra. It is characterized by eight different varieties – lower and uppercase characters and in contrast to Kapra is “slimmed” version (from Medium to Thin).
It is inspired by a You And Me Monthly published by National Magazines Publisher RSW „Prasa” that appeared from Mai 1960 till December 1973 in Poland.
This expressive face was drawn with a dry chisel felt-tip marker, resulting in two striking, detail-rich fonts.
Beyond its remarkable face, Marker Aid is a generous one, packed with 4 alternates for each letter, 2 for each number and yet some handy ornaments for creating a convincing - and rather cool - organic look. It is also equipped with OpenType features to instantly cycle the alternate glyphs and access stylistic alternates and ornaments.
Marker Aid is available in two cuts, upright and oblique, for added flexibility.
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With its friendly shapes and rounded terminals, Hansom FY is a modern and functional sans serif family with an air of technology.
With 3 weights and their accompanying italics, this contemporary font is well-suited for all kind of application. From packaging to editorial design, from screen to branding – Hansom FY guarantees optimal readability.