Tons of great type to be had here at heavily discounted prices.
Tons of great type to be had here at heavily discounted prices.
Roble is a Slab Serif Font, from a mix between Andes & Sanchez, following an harmony with both fonts one sans and one serif with a fresh and dynamic result. Roble is a family of 32 fonts 8 weights plus italics, besides including alternatives versions (Alt) of every font.
Some excellently executed throwback/distressed display type to choose from here. Gin and Bourbon feature some nice stroke and terminal embellishments, while Prohibition and Abolition take a decidedly more straight-forward, blocky approach.
Look elsewhere if you’re seeking top-shelf opentype, glyph support and bulletproof metrics, but if you need something that’ll imbue your work with a more time-worn spirit, Hold Fast just may have what you’re looking for.
$25 for 18 fonts each. Not. Too. Shabby. Tons of Alts & Opentype features to boot.
Tide Sans’ fresh, carefree, look makes you almost forget that you’re staring at a monitor and not on the beach. When Tide Sans is not surfing, you’ll find it at community college parties, giving free henna tattoos, or tossing a Frisbee to the dachshund next door.
The Tide Sans family includes beautiful italics and an equally affable condensed set. Tide Sans does the work for you by providing a ridiculously large stylistic alternates set, fine tuned small caps, and a whole beach of alternate (amper)sands to feel between your toes.
Sharik Sans (named after the brave and smart dog-hero from my favorite tv-series) has warm and gentle personality. It does not shout, it does not stand out. Sharik serves his master in everyday work.
Although, it is a sans-serif, you can feel caligrapher’s touch on subtle details and endings. They shine out especially at display sizes.
The family consists of nine weights plus matching italics. It meets most of the needs that the designers deal with on daily basis, including web usage.
It is stuffed up with various OpenType features such as: small capitals, wide set of numerals, fractions, ordinals, alternates and, of course, ligatures.
And it perfectly harmonises with my other serif-like typeface family Clavo.
Foundry description below, but really, this is the poor man’s Brandon Grotesque – Which is not to say it isn’t great in its own right, especially at their current price. Though Halis stops short of Brandon’s overall craftsmanship & quality, its hard to argue against it being an excellent (and MUCH more economical) stand-in!
The Halis Grotesque font family comes in eight weights of Normal and Italic. In addition, all weights contain small caps in both italic and normal. The name of the font means “pure, clean.” The Halis Grotesque Font Family has the new Turkish Lira Sign as well as an alternative ampersand created by Prof. Halis Biçer, renowned in Turkey for his expertise in typography, calligraphy, and graphic design. That’s why this font’s name is inscribed with a dedication to the venerable Halis Biçer. The spaces between characters are wide enough to be legible even at very small sizes.
With the HALIS GROTESQUE FONT FAMILY, you can create beautiful works for the web, including logos, banners, body copy, and presentations. Halis Grotesque also works nicely in print formats such as as posters, T-shirts, magazines, and affiches. Because of its eye-pleasing style, this font is both effective and versatile.
Description per foundry… English clearly not their first language, so… Be gentle?
It all started with my affection for geometric typefaces. I have always liked their unevenness. Unlike modern proportions types with quite a plain appearance, geometric typefaces tend to keep some dynamism and depth.
The decision was taken: my new face should be based on the elementary forms of geometry. But some questions remained. The legibility and the friendliness of such designs.
The generous x-height of Gentleman, constant throughout the family, increased the legibility and allowed a low-contrast construction even for thicker weights.
While the sans-serif simplicity looks cool and modern, several subtle decorative distractions are able to enrich the design by personality and by a warm and organic feeling. Indeed, Gentleman got a few distinctive elements. The uppercase G has no bar. The letters a, d, l and p obtained outstroke terminals. A double-story a left more space to the creativity.
And at the end of the endless refinements and revisions, here we are with the Gentleman family, trying to become eye-pleasing in spite of its geometric simplicity.
Gentleman comes in 10 weights from hairline to black. The fonts are equipped with carefully fine-tuned kerning tables.
Yellow Design created several of the most popular display/distressed typefaces of 2012-2013, such as Veneer & Thirsty Rough. (of Starbucks’ summer branding fame most recently.) Overshadowed by the immense success of these distressed typefaces, (and possibly hampered by its division into 4 different widths) is their more recent Verb superfamily. A great, contemporary sans-serif in its own right.
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This is a complex typographic system which includes three different but complementary styles so far: Slab, italic and script, with nine weights each one; plus three sets of ornamental fonts: labels, negative labels and ornaments.
The soul of the family is a slab feeling applied judiciously to the italic and script styles to make it coherent with the whole system.
Each style has three sets of figures: Proportional lining, tabular lining and old style.
You can mix the three styles in a single piece to obtain more expressive results without worring about the uniformity and complementing the design by using the ornamental sets.
Hating a bunch of the alternates/upright italics, (the backwards 3 as an E just kills me.) and there’s not much that makes me crazier than a K with dismembered arm & leg… But these are subjective qualms, and that’s not to say Adria is without its charm. The light weight in particular has a really nice vibe. Its squarish proportions and tapered strokes lend a distinct flavour, and its glyph coverage/language support is quite robust.
Possibly worth picking up considering the entire family of 14 fonts can be had for a mere $18.
Adria Grotesk is a friendly sans serif typeface that comes in 7 weights and charming upright italics.
Latinotype have been one of the more prolific South American foundries of the last few years, and the quality and quantity (amazingly) of their output just seems to increase with each subsequent year they’ve been around. Their work runs the typographic gamut, and as inconsistent as that approach may seem, they pull it off admirably – managing to infuse all of their typefaces with a distinct, playful (South American?) energy/spirit.
Consider 40% off, and the fact the folks over at YouWorkForThem will give you $5 credit back for every $50 you spend, and you have yourself one of the better foundry-specific/exclusive promos of the year right here.
A possibly great (and temporarily, more economical) alternative to FF Tisa, this very functional serif family exhibits a great, calligraphic energy and distinct character that would help any text stand out… without getting in its way.
Arek is Rosetta’s award-winning type family for Latin and Armenian. The design draws on extensive research of traditional manuscripts, and it emphasises the distinctive, calligraphic roots of Armenian, especially in the highly original cursive style which breaks new ground for Armenian typography in the digital age. Details such as serif and terminal styles are shared between Latin and Armenian, and visual harmony is enhanced by common vertical proportions, sensitively engineered through the modest x-height in the Latin.
Originally designed for school books, Arek equips the typographer with ten styles suitable for the whole range of editorial and other typesetting environments. The family also provides expert features such as ligatures, lining and old-style figures, and contextual alternates.
Arek won Granshan 2010 (Armenian text face) and received the prestigious Letter.2 award.
A modern humanist sans serif typeface. The proportions of each character have a strong lateral dynamic that makes it ideal for on screen uses. Also consistent stroke contrast is used throughout each weight to maintain an optical balance.
Details include 9 weights and italics, over 570 characters, manually edited kerning and opentype features.
No. Seven is a bold brush style script family of three weights, ornament set and a block capital “small caps” font. No. Seven is equipped with plenty of OpenType features: To activate the alternates click on Swash, Contextual, Stylistic or Titling Alternates or Discretionary Ligatures, Tabular or OldStyle Lining in any OpenType savvy program or manually select the characters from Glyph Palette. Always keep on Standard Ligatures for the best outcome.
Combine No. Seven with No. Seven Ornaments and No. Seven Small Caps to complete your designs.
No. Seven is an effective font for creating ambitious headlines, logos & posters with a custom-made feeling.
For the best price purchase the complete No. Seven Family.