Someone call Nurse Ratched! Putting the rock in electroshock, YWFT Garnier brings a loose, juvenile style to the walls of the asylum. This was formerly a handset, and now we are proud to bring it out of the sanitarium in glorious Opentype format which includes a few dozen stylistic alternates, and a free handset that contains hundreds of letter designs in EPS vector format. It may appear sloppy at first, but look closely: there is a typographic code at work here. Fonts of this nature can often come off as childish or amateurish, but this is a primitive masterpiece of endless options. Get YWFT Garnier to really pop your ransom note, event flyer, or just create playful, modern designs of any and all types.
A lament is a sad song, and the music of the cowboys of the Old West had their fair share of them. However, a vintage piece of sheet music from the early part of the 20th century with the title “The Dying Cowboy” brought at least one positive trait to its mournful song.
Years before the “Jet Age”, and way before computers and satellite television turned us into jaded “armchair travelers”, the ocean voyage aboard giant steamships to distant ports of call beckoned many to travel the Seven Seas.
Sometimes it’s easy to find a name to fit a font design, other times it’s a struggle because of the sheer number of digital fonts available and the number of names already taken.
One of four fonts consisting of the best old fashioned panels from Golden Era Studios. Each font contains 36 expertly drawn panels. Each letter generates a different design.
Kaboom family contains 80 handmade glyphs depicting animals. It consists of two varieties: black as an outline and regular - with details. Inside you'll find monkeys, fish, birds, deer, pandas and other animals from the real world and fairy-tale. Illustrations can decorate invitations, t-shirts, children’s texts, books, and posters.
When drawing a new font, there is a time when the final form is found – almost – but the curves are not slick and clean yet, that’s what I call the “raw” form. Raw – no sweeteners added! In this family I redefined this moment in type development for the eternally beautiful “Franklin Gothic”. I call the design “Franklin Gothic Raw”. This packet is the semi-serif addition. There never was a Franklin-Gothic with serifs but actually the font lends itself perfectly to a slab-serif. I started with adding a half serif and eventually add a full slab-serif later on.
Handmade, expressive, lively, organic—
…words typically used to describe a script font or a casual sans. Spry Roman opens up new possibilities. It’s origin is handwritten letters created using a pointed nib on slightly toothy paper. While based on a Roman form, the letters are designed to break out of the mold and dance along the baseline.