Dimensions is redesigned font family based on Blackout font released as free font in 2005. The original blackout has been used especially for company or brand logo of fashion and music label in the world. In 2011, Blackout had evolved into this Dimensions font family of seven weights with roman and italics. They are one of the most condensed, black and skinny font in the world. All weights and italics have upper and lower cases, accented characters and small capital glyphs that can be used with OpenType smcp feature.
Fabrizio is a modern display typeface with a high contrast between the didone-style uppercase and the visually highly original lowercase. It includes alternate letterforms and some automatic ligatures as Opentype features. This type works best in logos, headline and whole page sized magazine illustrations.
Branca Poster is a heavy font with triangular serifs and with three versions of horizontal contrast. It was inspired on the Romantic fonts of vertical axis, with small openings and pronounced contrasts.
Specially designed for posters, it has a wider characters map, with some Ligatures, Stylistic Alternates and Swashes, providing greater versatility to the user.
With a stylish Dutch accent, this font draws inspiration from a 1935 brochure by the talented graphic designer and artist Dirk Hart. Carrying different hand-drawn lettershapes on upper and lower case slots despite being a unicase typeface, this font also brings a nice set of ornaments and complete sets of initial and terminal swash forms. When working with OpenType savvy applications these can conveniently be applied at the click of a button, thanks to the smart swashes programming, which will change the first and last letters in words with its corresponding initial or terminal forms. There are also some stylistic alternates for a (yet) more decorated look. The black version, with a somewhat art-deco feeling with added boldness, is also very decorative and contains the same features as the regular cut: smart swashes, different letterforms on upper and lowercase slots, ornaments and stylistic alternates.
Karben 205 Mono is a monospaced variation of Karben 205. The clean and pure geometry of Karben 205 makes it highly suitable for adaptation to this monospaced variant. It has an even look and retains its legibility at very small sizes. Karben 205 Mono is available in four weights. Karben 105 Mono is also available as a monospaced variant of Karben 105.
For me, Monograph conjures ancient typewriters, telephone switchboards, vintage office machines past visions of the future. As though it were drawn with the rounded nib a of a Speedball “B” style pen, the soft curves and rounded serifs speak of a gentler less complicated time: a respite
from the ever-changing, constantly accelerating future we face today.
Though difficult to place in a specific design idiom, it is nuanced with traces of the Arts and Crafts movement at the turn of the 20th Century which stressed craftsmanship and preserving and emphasizing the qualities of construction and materials.