About Odds Font Family
Say hello to Odds - a versatile, chunky casual sans with lots of personality! It’s fresh, friendly and easy to read. It is also a great mix of boldness and cuteness, so it definitely captures attention.
The Odds family comes in five distinct fonts styles :
- Odds - an artistic handwritten-style sans
- Odds Sans - a typical neat and clean sans (caps and small caps which you can mix & match)
- Odds Narrow - a cute handwritten narrow sans (uppercase and lowercase), and two awesome sets of goodies:
- Odds Extras - borders, arrows, speech bubbles, etc.
- Odds Symbols - palm leaves, plants, fruits and other useful objects.
Odds works great on a variety of mediums from web to print, but you can find it particularly useful if you're designing food packaging (actually any packaging) and clothes. Other awesome usages include posters, signage, ads, printed and personalized cards, t-shirts, sale banners, everything kids related - merchandise, toys, you name it.
Its quirky character and fat letters make up for bold and friendly presentation while the slender letters of the Odds Sans and Odds Narrow are perfect for plain text.
And yes, all fonts have Cyrillic! They also have some neat ligatures and alternates to spice up your designs and create more interest!
“I’d like to think that DearType’s fonts are not fonts for their own sake, but serve a specific purpose,” Veneta Rangelova, the foundry’s creator and sole designer says. “Coming from a branding background, where every design decision is grounded in brand strategy, I try to design fonts that convey a certain feel and clearly speak for the business they represent.”
Located in Sofia, Bulgaria, DearType started out as a blog about typography. “A few years in, I figured it would make a great company name and thus in 2014 a foundry was born.” Veneta first became interested in type design through her job as a creative director at a branding agency. “Even though we handle projects from different fields, I can say that selecting the right font is half of the job,” she says. “As time passed, I became convinced that font and color alone can create a striking impression and thus should always be a priority. I like how a font can tell a story on its own, which inspired me to give type design a try.”
Her first type family on MyFonts was Brunette - a whimsical, handmade script that is humble and approachable. Since her debut, Veneta has gone on to demonstrate her design prowess with an impressively diverse library of designs ranging from bold and bubbly Hello Headline to her modern, rough brush script Renovation. Her best selling font to date is LifeHack - a friendly, hand drawn casual script with lots of personality - which was featured as one of MyFonts Most Popular fonts of 2015, an impressive way to cap off her first full year selling fonts. Clearly there is much to look forward to from Veneta Rangelova.