Drawn with a pointed brush, these have greater contrast and weight variation than the PR-Swirlies series.
The Velvet Hammer is a true hand calligraphy font that offers the viewer a sense of strong elegance. This font can be used for all things such as cards, posters, signage, wedding invitations, catalogs, book covers and so much more! The Velvet Hammer’s simple unique style can stand strong on its own or sit comfortably side by side with any display or text font!
Cogan Straight was especially designed by Leandro Ribeiro. Created in 2014, this font family has been designed to serve sectors like financial services, modern industries, business and many other activities who needs a modern aspect in their communication. Its square proportions make the design very readable at a wide range of sizes. Has a aspect of unique futuristic look and is a very practical choice for moderns headlines, branding, title and text. The family contains a unique stylistic set for titles and is available in 5 weights with corresponding italics. It supports OpenType and offers multilingual support Europeans including Greek and Cyrillic.
Based on the extrabold extended version of Venus, a typeface originally issued by Bauersche Giesserei from 1907 to 1927. Use it when you want to be heard loud and clear. Both versions support the Latin 1252, Central European 1250, Turkish 1254 and Baltic 1257 codepages.
A ubiquitous offering from the late 1800s, Devinne Roman, provided the pattern for this friendly face. A font of decorative A-Z initials is included in the package. Both versions of the primary font support the Latin 1252, Central European 1250, Turkish 1254 and Baltic 1257 codepages.
Here’s a trip back to the Disco Age, based on a font called Gemini Biform from Fotostar. Big, bold, brassy and sassy. Both versions support the Latin 1252, Central European 1250, Turkish 1254 and Baltic 1257 codepages.
Sheet music for the song “Beyond the Blue Horizon” from the motion picture “Monte Carlo” had the movie title in hand-lettering reminiscent of the Futura Black style, but with an inline stripe through each character.
Sheet music for the 1930s song “Josephine” had its title hand lettered in a simple, bold sans design that is recreated in Song Sheet JNL. This bold sans is perfect for titling wherever strong emphasis is necessary.
1920s Art Nouveau hand lettering from the sheet music for Puccini’s “Madame Butterfly” is the inspiration for Debutante JNL.
Bron is based on Zelek, designed in the 70s by Polish type designer Bronisław Zelek. This typeface was originally made for dry transfer lettering sheets. It is has been totally redrawn and updated and is now available for contemporary technology and design. This style offer two separate layered fonts to make your own awesome two color compositions.
Ahkio is a brushed disconnected script family of 5 fonts. Ahkio’s roots are in 1930s sign painting and showcard lettering but with a modern and individual twist. Main characteristics are soft, rounded forms and a bit curved stems. Ahkio is a friendly and gentle font that suits well in titles, packages, logos and for example posters. 5 weights makes Ahkio a versatile font that gives you a possibility to add contrast and interest to your typography.
Roper is a western styled font that comes in a sans and a serif version, each version has a regular, press light and a press heavy option. The press versions are a letterpress/stamped style.
Auto Pro is a warm, humanist sans serif typeface which has three different styles of italics, each with its own flavor. With its three italics, Auto creates a new typographic palette, allowing the user to drive through unknown typographic and linguistic possibilities. Also, because of its four weights and the three different figure styles, it’s a vehicle equipped for many roads of typography. Comes with Underware’s Latin Plus character set with a support for 219 languages.
Vicentina has been created starting from gothic cursive calligraphy, widely used in Italy during XIV century.
The ductus of Vicentina has been derived from the documents redacted by Master Domenico Dominici from Vicenza, while most of the inspiration comes from books preserved in the archives of Orvieto Cathedral (Archivi dell'Opera del Duomo di Orvieto).
As a result, Vicentina takes form with an elegant, but fast and simplified ductus respect to gothic graphs, rich in ligatures and with over 400 OpenType glyphs, in perfect harmony with the rules of readability of a modern typeface.
Core Circus Rough is a texturized version of Core Circus which a layered type family consisting of seven 3D effect layers, eight 2D effect layers and one shadow effect layer. Uppercase and lowercase letters are separated by such features that counters are opened or closed. Core Circus provides other closed counter styles such as numbers with opentype feature (Stylistic Alternatives). Also available Core Magic Rough (Slab-Serif version of Core Circus Rough)
Linotte is a rounded sans family with good vibes, designed by Joël Carrouché. Slight irregularities give the typeface a warm and naive look, while the solid geometric construction allows good legibility in long texts and small sizes. Linotte is ideal to set texts for food or kid related products, and anything that needs to convey a friendly feeling.
As its cousin Hansom FY, this font has friendly shapes and rounded terminals. Slabs reinforce its masculin and technique appearence.
With 3 weights and their accompanying italics, this modern and functional slab font family is well-suited for all kind of application. From packaging to editorial design, from screen to branding - Hansom Slab FY guarantees optimal readability.