YWFT Merry is an original Jeff Rodgers handset design, now converted into a working system font by the designers at YouWorkForThem. All the inlines, drop shades, outlines and ornaments of the original artwork has been preserved with great attention to detail. Fans of that Wes Anderson, hand-sketched simplicity will want to grab some of the artisanal primitive impact of YWFT Merry!
Blop11 is a geometric sans-serif type family, consisting of 3 weights.
Blop11 Bold is inspired by 1800s-style wood, poster typeface. Owing to its rounded terminals, Blop preserves natural organic quality of wood typeface. The Regular and Light versions are contemporary original projects. Blop11 is well-suited to headlines and short text.
An elegant, handwritten font to convey your message with that personal flair.
Varial typefaces are extra-condensed Opentype™ sans-serifs with small caps, extended character set (european languages support) and extra features (fractions, ligatures and alternatives).
Diogenes Decorative is the swashy sister of Diogenes, an elegant and crisp text typeface. It comes in 5 weights, each containing 7 different fonts with lots of swash characters, alternates and separate swashes which fit on different characters. Diogenes Decorative can be used independently or in combination with Diogenes, e.g. for initials or headlines.
Meet Cabeza Grossa from AKOFAType.
A chunky fat font perfect for titles in both a chalkboard sketch style and a regular solid version.
Vintage sheet music was initially a partial inspiration for what started out as a simple retro typeface, but the basic hand-lettered design from the Art Deco era lent itself to some further experimentation.
Geometric shapes were added to the original monoline letters and numerals and the end result was a marvelous display face called Cafe Society JNL.
On occasion, when seeking retro source material for font designs, one can unearth interesting examples of typography that bridges decades with its ahead-of-its-time style.
The hand lettering of a piece of 1930s sheet music’s title has once more yielded an interesting take on the popular “thick and thin” lettering of the Art Deco period.
Rounded rectangle blocks with letters cut-out in a stamped look.
Warning: This font is extremely large and is not appropriate for use on older computers. For Windows, please right click the file and click “install” as loading the preview window may freeze your computer.
A happy candy cane striped font. Don't get stuck in a holiday only mode with this one- it is versatile enough for many uses.
The free-form geometric shapes of the lettering on a vintage piece of sheet music entitled “Four Pictures” is the basis for Park Slope JNL, named for a neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York.
The inspiration for this typeface came from the epigraph on a frame of a nineteenth century painting. I was fascinated by the peculiar capitals of the inscription. The high contrast, and the overall quirkiness, especially the tail of the R and the oblique stems on the M, was interesting. I decided to draw a display font with high contrast and a vertical axis, in a reference to the transitional form. Still I wanted to capture the spirit of the original letters, which to me are so imbued with Romanticism. This approach allowed for some exuberance on the regular style, but also led to more calligraphic letterforms in the italic – in which “the flow of the curves” lead the way. To add to this epigraphic nature there is a number of ornaments that accompany words accordingly to their uppercase or lowercase form. For versatility there’s also a good amount of ligatures, alternative glyphs, and a special set of ornamental numbers.
Aria Text is the new text version of the lyric Aria. More sober and rational, Aria Text was designed for books. The decoration mannerisms, extreme contrast, the italics angle, among other attributes of the original display typeface were now tamed and rethought towards readability and transparency.
The new text fonts were designed to perform well in a page with different point sizes. The family comes with 3 grades for each one of the main six styles. That way, the color of headlines, subheads, text and captions can be matched.
Aria Text is a fully featured family of 18 OpenType fonts in total, with small caps for all the weights, different figure styles including old-style and tabular sets, full latin language support, stylistic options, ligature sets and more.
Qwincey is a new fresh & elegant font family available in five weights. With its flared and sharped endings, this font will give beautiful style to your layouts.
BOXDON is an extra heavy expanded typeface which was especially designed for VERTICAL layout. Each shape looks like a box and has minimum graphical treatment to distinguish each character. It means that the counter space is not enough to use this typeface for small font sizes, however, for titles this typeface should give incredible effects.
I highly recommend using it with software that is compatible with vertical layout. (e.g. Adobe illustrator)
Necia font family has been designed for Graviton Font Foundry by Pablo Balcells in 2014. It is a modular, geometric and slightly condensed typeface which has been conceived to be primarily a display typeface, but given its clarity it can also be used for composing short and intermediate length texts.