MB Empire is a font that like MB vintage has its roots in early 20th century design, It has a distinctly english feel with its style references to the classic Gill Sans. It has a very traditional look whilst still maintaining its own modernist individuality. It comes in six weights with italics and has extended language support. With many opentype features including oldstlye & lining figures, automatic fractions and more its a font family that will work for almost any application.
Finalist Round Slab project started in April of 2014 and I am happy to announce the first family - Finalist Round Slab - is now ready for release. This family includes 10 weights - five uprights and five italics.
MB Narrow is a very compressed display font that comes in three weights. with is full use of the 20 stylistic sets it gives the user a lot of scope to how it look. without using them it has a very rounded and geometric look but with alternates for the Capital A, M, N, V, W, X, Y and the lowercase a, f, g, v, w, x & y you can create a more traditional ‘movie poster’ look. with standard & discretional ligatures and oldstyle figures there are plenty of opentype features.
Peperoncino is a decorative sans serif font system. Designed first with a marker, the irregular strokes create a fresh handmade feeling. This layered type family includes several textures and shadows. Different fonts can be used together to creat many different layouts; combine, change colors, ad effects. Each font contains the same metrics, so when your title is set, copy and paste-in-place to create layers of different weights/styles to build out your desired effect.
The Adagio Family is a part of Mateusz Machalski’s, Warsaw Academy of fine arts Master Degree Diploma in multimedia studio, conducted by Professor Stanisław Wieczorek and his brave PHD Jakub Wróblewski. Adagio is a modern type family. It consists of 3 main varieties: sans, serif and slab. Each one of them has it’s own “true italic” set. All of the styles together have over 400 characters in 9 different thicknesses. The Adagio family was created mostly for company identities. The idea was to create a wide range of different varieties which are stylistically consistent.
Compass St – a new addition to the existing Compass TRF Stencil fonts, originally released in 2010. Package consists of two fonts with rather different, both decorative, styles.
Typeface is released in OpenType format with extended support for most Latin languages.
»SupraClassic« – designed by Gert Wiescher in 2014 – has 10 weights with corresponding italic cuts.
The design has elegant contrast in the up- and downstrokes which makes for better legibility and personality. The dominant x-height with its high ascenders make for easy reading of long copy. The heavy and x-light weights are great for elegant headlines.
»SupraClassic« is an OpenType family for distinctive professional typography with an extended character set of over 700 glyphs and extensive kerning. It supports more than 40 Central- and Eastern-European as well as many Western languages. Ligatures, different figures, fractions, currency symbols and small caps can be found in all cuts.
Right on the heels of the tremendous popularity wave that made Hollandse Mediaeval the most used Dutch typeface during the Great War years, Sjoerd H. de Roos was asked to design a 15 point type for De Zilverdistel, Jean François van Royen’s publishing company.
Churchward Tua and Churchward Tua Italic are two more OpenType font releases by Bluhead Studio from the exciting and unique library of Joseph Churchward type designs. The Tua fonts sport an Old West, cattle drive sort of look. One can imagine Tua being used on the swinging front doors of the local saloon or jailhouse. These fonts are perfect for headlines, posters or wherever you want to express your inner cowboy. Giddy-up!
Kleide is an elegant font inspired by handwriting. The Kleide family includes 6 weights, from Thin to Black, with their corresponding italics. This elegant family includes OpenType Features such as Proportional Figure, Tabular Figures, Numerator, Superscript, Denominators, Scientific Inferiors, Subscript, Ordinals, Fractions and a lot of ligatures.
Tobu means ‘to jump’ in Japanese. I came across a haiku by Matsuo Bashô wich reads: The old pond… a frog jumps in… the sound of water (Furu ike ya… kawazu tobikomu… mizu no oto). The font is named Tobu because of its jumpy character: it doesn't have a real baseline, which makes it playful and fun to use. Tobu comes with a pond full of diacritics.
True North is a vintage inspired typeface with 16 styles and a monoline script. True North comes with labels, extras and free banners. Extras include wild animals, catchwords, numbers, symbols, tools, maple leaves and trees.
Loew is a geometric sans serif font influenced by the methods of the early industrial designer’s. Pure mechanical shapes are carefully adjusted to give the characters the right form, function and usability. These subtle human touches combined with the technical detail provide great readability at both large and small point sizes. Loew is a versatile sans serif font with simple and honest geometry aimed at a wide range of modern applications. Details include over 800 characters with alternative lowercase a, e and g. Seven variations of numerals, true small caps with accents, manually edited kerning and Opentype features.
Belleville FY is an original 16 retro and modern fonts family, inspired at the same time by New art mouvement, graffitis, 19th century wood type, and modern slab fonts.
Each style has specific shapes and serifs which give it a special look, depending of the mood you choose. Because each of them is based on the same structure, you can easily mix them to create unique sets, offering you endless possibilities.
Belleville is well suited for logos, headlines, packaging, posters, signage and every project you want.