Fast Food is a font based on the former logo of a hamburger chain. It has that look of the 1970s & 1980s, yet also has a futuristic, alienesque, sci-fi look about it. It can be used for projects aimed at consumers waxing nostalgic for their good old days, or for movie posters or books about the great final frontier, and much more. There’s an alternate uppercase E & F, both of which are really stylin'! You may even develop such an appetite that you'll want to supersize your order! Digitized by John Bomparte.
Samuel Welo offered the pattern for this font as a titling font for silent movies. Its rustic charm has held up well, some eighty years on. Both versions of this font support the Latin 1262, Central European 1250, Turkish 1254 and Baltic 1257 codepages.
Originally released as Éclair by the French foundry Deberny, Peignot & Cie., this face is pure Art Deco in motion. Both versions of this font support the Latin 1262, Central European 1250, Turkish 1254 and Baltic 1257 codepages.
Inspired by aurora, one of the most impressive phenomenon.
Dawnora is a spirited serif font comes with various weights and many opentype features,
suitable for both simple text and elegant lettering. Especially, Initials style for drop cap and special usage.
Here comes Fixen FY!
This beautiful typeface has flared pointed serifs and its structure is chiseled, freely interpreting engraved letters. The texture is strong, delicate, and airy due to these visible cuts into the letter-shapes.