Darwin font family is a eclectic mix of grotesque, geometric and humanistic styles, includes 20 fonts, 10 normal and 10 alt sub family, the alt variant gives spice to the compositions. The font family is good for headlines, little text, posters and logos.
Jugo Script is a Koziupa/Paul near-parody of the soft and speedy late-1980s, early-1990s display scripts. Though it essentially is one of the usual exhibits of Koziupa’s calligraphic skill, its individual shapes and overall construct show a mischievous wink at Oz Cooper and the hundreds of lens-blurred film types he inspired in the 1970s and 80s.
Rospi Clean and Retro Family is two-element font inspired by the weekly "Tygodnik Ilustrowany” from the 1933.
Otago is a classic all caps Art Deco font. Clean, crisp and very, very legible. I took my inspiration for this font from a 1920’s postcard.
Otago comes with a bagful of diacritics.
Doughboy is a juicy collection of bubbles inspired by cookies and the way they flatten out when baked. Imagine a sheet of cookie dough cut into a quirky set of san-serif letters, then baked! The result is bubblicious! Pack it tight in large display settings and infuse it with delicious pallets of high contrast color. Originally designed by Lucas Sharp in 2008 and completed by Lucas and Greg Gazdowicz in 2013.
Lugano has it’s inspiration in 1920s advertising material and is ideal for lively banner lettering, posters and cover design. Four typefaces are offered - Lugano comes in regular, alternate, striped and alternate striped forms. Try it out and inject a little fun into your work today!
Korpus Pro - a modern, versatile and multilingual serif font family with oldstyle numbers and small caps throughout all font styles.
Barollo is a boisterous, lively, display family of two typefaces, offered in regular and shaded form. It’s ideal for eye-catching banners and posters that call for clear and forceful type, with a sense of fun and life.
Alfrere Banner is a 1950s inspired masthead typeface, designed to complement our ‘Alfrere Sans’ typeface family. These two Banner faces, offered in regular and incised forms, emphasise horizontal lines and have a distinct ’streamline-era’ feel to them.
Alfrine is a gently rounded oblique Sans-Serif typeface, ideal for banner text with a simple clear outline and a sense of motion and speed. Two typefaces are offered-regular and diagonally shaded forms.
MaryTodd was created for small texts with a variety of hierarchies. Is condensed to save space. It has a rich set of glyphs: small caps, old style figures, monospaced numbers, numerators and denominators for fractions, etc.
It is ideal for organizing and presenting information in a clear and simple way.
Baldufa is a charming typeface with strong personality, which looks very comfortable in text. There is a search to obtain complicated curves and detailed features, which give the typeface a touch of beauty and elegance. However, this is also a self-conscious design that claims appreciation for quirkiness and human imperfection through the rounded serifs and irregular vertical stems.
The Journal Sans typeface was developed in the Type Design Department of SPA of Printing Machinery in Moscow in 1940–1956 by the group of designers under Anatoly Schukin. It was based on Erbar Grotesk by Jacob Erbar and Metro Sans by William A. Dwiggins, the geometric sans-serifs of the 1920s with the pronounced industrial spirit. Journal Sans, Rublenaya (Sans-Serif), and Textbook typefaces were the main Soviet sans-serifs. So no wonder that it was digitized quite early, in the first half of 1990s. Until recently, Journal Sans consisted of three faces and retained all the problems of early digitization, such as inaccurate curves or side-bearings copied straight from metal-type version.
Grenadier font is based on historic blackletter forms, carefully reviewed and modernized. It got bright temper with harsh notes. Very good for packaging, branding and large sized typesetting.
Grenadier has Latin and Cyrillic sets with an equal attention to details.
Adam Serif is a sturdy typeface balancing a classic text image with a contemporary design. Strong serifs and a low contrast make the typeface ideal for small sizes, while original details express more character in bigger sizes. The Black and Thin weights are specially intended for display and headlines. Originally designed for book printing, over the years several magazines, publications and newspapers have chosen Adam Serif. The typeface is inspired by circular movements, reflected in rotated contrast, rotating inkdrops and other round shapes.
Font Rospo-Wood is two-element font inspired by the weekly "Tygodnik Ilustrowany” from the 1933.
Font has three alternative glyphs that are automatically replaced.
Kikster is a hand made font ideal for your graphic project.
Adria Slab is a stylish slab serif typeface that comes in seven weights and charming upright italics. Try combine it with its super friendly family member Adria Grotesk.
Café Brasil is a font designed to represent coffee, specially for it’s use in packaging, brand titles, logos and menus. Based on the shape of a coffee bean, Café Brasil has delicate details and ligatures which represent the liquid, foam and steam of a good cup of coffee.
A calligraphic script with roots in the midwest, Arbordale™ communicates with casual confidence. OpenType users benefit from an array of alternate glyphs for lowercase characters including optional non-connecting (contextual alternate) characters for word endings. Other features include crossbar ligatures for common letter pairings, case-sensitive quotes and smart apostrophes. Arbordale Pro extends the character set to support Eastern European and Baltic languages.
Ruha Harline is a modern and mechanical serif typeface and is the result of stencil’s RUHA development. Being the first typeface of the family, it sets the basic concepts for further development, on each version to come.
The design approach, results from a rigid geometrical connection with the Roman du Roi, since the letterforms are imposed by the constraints of the RUHA ruler.
Sergio FY is characterized by its large, sharp, and triangular serifs, which give it a very singular look. With its complete character set including small caps, oldstyle figures and discretionary ligatures (amongst others), Sergio FY comes with 3 weights and italics, as well as an amazing set of ornaments. Its large width, its short ascendants and descendants allow it to perfectly fit in small size. It will also show all its originality in big sizes for headlines or posters (absolutely fabulous in its black version). Both robust and elegant, spiky and friendly, oldschool and contemporary… Sergio FY is for sure the next celebritype!
"Laski Slab is a comprehensive suite of 20 fonts conceived for editorial purposes. The type family was designed by Paula Mastrangelo, an Art Director with extensive experience in editorial design specialized in corporate communication. Originally developed for an online children’s magazine, Laski was expanded into a multipurpose type family with the technical assistance of Ramiro Espinoza.
Consuelo a font inspired by brush strokes. The family consists of a set of 4 variants, with their respective italics, plus a set of ornaments that will give the designer multiple choices when composing texts.
Consuelo is ideal to be used in decorative titles, short phrases, magazines, logotypes and advertising.
This font is a collection of simple calligraphic ornaments suitable for invitations, gift tags, and anything that can benefit from a “spoonful of sugar” visually.
Fonts Café is offering a brand new pack of fonts and elements; The Bold Pressing Pack, full of bold, strong, powerful, vintage fonts which really stand out to make a strong impact. These fonts bring us back to a time when ink was placed onto wooden blocks, which were then pressed down onto the paper, creating big, bold letters, with the beautiful flaws of a time when things of import were given the due attention they deserved.
King Bloser Is a calligraphic font family inspired by Masters of Penmanship. The name King Bloser is a homage to penman E.W. Bloser from the 18th century; While the typeface has nothing from Bloser’s work, he was one of the first penman I got to know and his work made me fall in love with the art of Penmanship. This typeface has strong italic characters, beautiful swashes, several Stylistic Alternates, Contextual Alternates, Ligatures and a broad variety of Lowercase Endings, as well as Lowercase Initials. (There is a PDF manual within the font files, explaining how to use them).
Dorum FY is a black modular stencil display font with very rounded elements. It includes 10 cute & funny dingbats. Dorum FY will certainly show the best of its face at large sizes – the bigger, the better.
Naïve Inline Sans is a handwritten font by Fanny Coulez for La Goupil Paris. The three weights of this new sans serif parisian typography can be enhanced with a bicolor interior, ribbed or full, to improve your designs and bring a feeling more modern and unusual. To do this, you must simply superimpose the 2 elements : the weight above, the interior below. Merci beaucoup!
Based on the outline of each character, Divert works by re-directing each outline as a single meandering stroke that moves back and forth to create a quirky yet clean typeface.
RNS Pictografica Dispositivos was designed by Yorlmar Campos in 2014. It has a streamline flavor, pictographical and iconic font of contemporary and retro electronical devices, and some robots.
It is comprised of 135 glyphs with rounded corners and is light weight. Recommended for clean and crisp compositions.
German type designer Yanone created this FontFont in 2013.
The family has 3 weights and is ideally suited for advertising, packaging, logo, and branding as well as web and screen design.
Slocals! Check out the action of our radical new font, PLEASURE POINT! It’s Bananas, Totally Tubular, Stoked and ready to ride some waves. Back in his grom days, Comicraftsman John JG Roshell could be found down at Pleasure Point, waiting for The Big One, and this is IT! Don't be a criddler, paddle hard and rip this font to your motherboard to keep it real every time you gun, rail or tail. And if you get rag dolled, dude, don't blow out your squeaker. Pleasure Point will hang loose and chillax you to the max.
It’s jaunty and flaunty and up to no good! It’s a child born of fairly odd parents and always looking for the good kind of trouble. It'll get you out of the red and into the pink like a panther pawning diamonds! Comicraft’s John Roshell has slipped his hands into the gloves of the Phantom Font Finagler and there’s HighJinks ahead to be sure!
Knud V. Engelhardt (1882–1931) was an architect, printer and designer from the country of our laid back neighbours, Denmark. Knud’s characteristic letter forms have already made a strong impression on some modern typefaces. Most notably is probably Skilt Gothic by a fellow Swedish compatriot, where Knuds way of trimming the diagonal stems is one of the spices used to give the typeface its character.
Ferry is the second contribution to Letters from Sweden’s “Fabrik Suite” — a project inspired by Swedish industry, factories and harbours.
Huzzah for Bookeyed Martin, the much anticipated addition to the popular Bookeyed family. Upright & Strong he attracts eyes to his flashy serifs and ball terminals. His handsome lines, created with an old-fashioned dip pen & sepia ink, reference vintage type in a modern quirky style. Bookeyed Martin is an OpenType font with juicy alternates, ligatures, roman numerals, 2 sets of arabic numbers and charming extra glyphs to pimp out your project.
Crypton is a modern geometric design by Alex Kaczun. It’s an alternate style variation based on his popular Contax Pro family of fonts. The look is clean, smart and sophisticated—the chiseled end strokes reflect the rage of the 1980s; lettering that represented something to do with electronics, computers and outer space. It’s a futuristic sans-serif exploration of shape and form.
Inspired by food labels, signs and coats of arms, PR Scrolls is a collection of images which can be used for framing text in contexts where antiquity, craftsmanship, or traditional quality are conveyed. Most of the glyphs are presented in a range of four or more widths.
Capitalus Diabolus is based quite loosely upon an old typeface called Lucifer No. 1. All character shapes were created using eyeball technology, meaning I took no measurements, nor tracing from the poor scans that were available and depended upon a visual guess on the dimensions and shapes.. This version only includes the capitals. Capitalus Diabolus 3 and 4 are just versions that have slightly thicker linework
Strange Alphabets is a narrow Arts & Crafts display font inspired by late 1800’s book covers and an early 1980’s variation of the Siouxsie & the Banshees band logo. Strange Alphabets includes copious punctuation and symbols. It’s loaded with fractions, numeric ordinals and operators because everyone needs mathematics; including goths. In OpenType savvy applications, the first and last letter of a word will receive a small diamond ornament. If a word starts with M, the single diamond splits into three. Words starting with O will automatically use a tall O. If you’d like to force a tall O in the middle of the word, use a zero. Words that start with a double O such as Oolong, will receive a pair of tall O’s. A pair of O’s in the middle or at the end of a word will be replaced by a linked ring ligature. If your application allows you to access OpenType stylistic alternates, you can change the A and H cross-bars into small rings and remove all the diamonds from the M. The hyphen, en dash and em dash are replaced with ring ornaments. A separate diamond ornament ◆ is included under Unicode 25C6. If you want to disable the automatic OpenType substitutions, turn off your application’s standard ligatures feature.
Appetite Rounded. Special rounded edition of the Appetite Typeface for awesome packaging design projects.
Léon FY is a handwritten font co-created by a french illustrator and cartoonist. With its spontaneous and friendly design, this typeface will give fun and freshness to your creations. It can also give voices to your drawings! Available in two weights – Regular and Medium – Léon FY includes smallcaps, ligatures and some alternates.
Tecnica Slab font family has been designed for Graviton Font Foundry by Pablo Balcells. It is a modular, geometric, slab serif typeface with a slightly condensed design and subtle rounded angles. It has been conceived to be most suitable for all sized headlines, as well as short and middle length text blocks. The standard styles give texts a classic appearence while alternate styles give texts a playfull one.
Tecnica font family has been designed for Graviton Font Foundry by Pablo Balcells. It is a modular, geometric, sans serif typeface with a slightly condensed design and subtle rounded angles. It has been conceived to be most suitable for all sized headlines, as well as short and middle length text blocks. The standard styles give texts a classic appearence while alternate styles give texts a playfull one.