A distinctive decorative brush script, inspired by 20th century Baseball movies.
Gabriel Sans is a font family inspired by the original Sans Serif fonts of the Transitional age like Futura or Grotesk, but with a modern twist. It is clean, elegant and straight-to-the-point. It has features similar to the font classic Helvetica – like the endings of the capital C – but goes one step ahead. It also has a quadratic looks, which makes it easily distinguishable and easy to use – the height is nearly as long as the width. It is professional and equally adapted for your business or for your personal lifestyle, it can be used in logotypes as well as in typesetted text. It’s an all-purpose font with the best of both worlds! Gabriel Sans comes in six weights, italic and normal.
Languages: Afrikaans, Alsatian, Basque, Bislama, Breton, Catalan, Chamorro, Danish, Dutch, English, Faroese, Finnish, Flemish, Franco-Provencal, French, Frisian, Friulian, Galician, German, Greenlandic, Icelandic, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Ladin, Latin, Luxembourgish, Malay, Manx Gaelic, Norwegian (Bokmål), Norwegian (Nynorsk), Occitan, Portuguese, Rhaeto-Romance, Romansh, Sami (Inari), Sami (Lule), Sami (Northern), Sami (Skolt), Sami (Southern), Scottish Gaelic, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Tagalog, Walloon, Welsh
Most everyone agrees that chocolate is irresistible. Now the Koziupa & Paul tag team is offering you a choice of three irresistible flavors, from the bittersweet Amargo, to the mouth-watering Dulce, you now have three different possibilities for the pleasure of your taste buds. The OpenType versions include 3 flavours all in one.
Carolyna is an elegant, yet whimsically handwritten calligraphy font that was created with readability in mind. It uses open-type features to assist with letter flow and to give each creation that modern, hand-lettered touch. With over 1000 characters, there are many stylistic alternates to choose from, tons of foreign characters so you can write in other languages, and fun swashes to give headings a little something extra.
Note: The Pro version contains ALL characters – but if you can’t use open-type, I highly recommend opting for one of the other options where what you see is exactly what you get!
Inspired by Argentina and its culture, Alejandro Paul’s Candy Script captures the country’s spirit. It comes from the tradition of window sign painting, but its thick hand-brushed characters, with alternates for almost every upper and lowercase letter, have a personality all their own. Tons of OpenType alternates included, over 600 characters in all.
Calgary Script was mostly inspired by a brush script on a Welcome To Calgary sign in, you guessed it, Calgary. Though now, after it’s finished, I can easily tell the influence is evident of all the books on American sign painting I have absorbed over the years.
The overall effect of the font is similar to something that Fonzied itself, big hair and leather jackets and all, out of the early 1980s, but the feeling really dates back to a few decades earlier. Heady caps and free-flowing lowercase make for a speedy, determined, and instinctively organized buffalo herd of a typeface. This is a packaging font with a true supermarket sign spin, with OpenType features including ligatures, alternates, and ordinals specifically made to follow numbers.
The dynamic design duo of Koziupa and Paul strikes again. This time they cover the space from light nonchalance to eerie darkness, and everything in between. Quicker than lightning and just as poignant, Brisa shows unprecedented determination, presence of spirit, and finality of confidence. Brisa is the teenager leaving home, the lover leaving one last note on the refrigerator door, the prophet announcing the imminence of doom, the rebel scratching anger on the wall, the bereaved clawing torment into life, and the bogeyman dropping a line to keep your eyes wide open through the night.
A contemporary sans serif typeface. The evolution of the design is in response to feedback gathered from various professional bodies in the typographic industry. From the information collated a simple brief was developed to answer the following key points of constructive criticism. 1. To develop a style that is new in concept and relevant to today’s marketplace. 2. To maintain an optical balance between horizontal and vertical strokes. 3. To resolve optical problems in the heavier weights whilst maintaining a smooth line consistency throughout the family and finally to deliver a technical well-spaced font that can work across a wide variety of media and devices. Brokman includes 10 weights, a full character set, manually edited kerning and Euro symbol.
Fluence is a calligraphic typeface designed by dooType. With generous proportions, rounded forms and outstanding endings, Fluence is the right choice for those seeking personality and rhythm. Available in three different weights, contains 15 ligatures, 26 swashes and multilingual support to over 30 languages. Enjoy it.
If you are looking for a unique typeface of light and pure elegance, Marlowe will be your choice. Marlowe comes as a triple pack: Regular is perfect for headlines and text, while the expressive Swirl and Cocktail styles are charming display fonts. All three provide an extended set of capitals, small caps and lower case characters. Please take a close look at the elegant alternate letters for A, E, K, M, N, O, Q, R, W and g – there are even three kinds of ampersands to choose from. Altogether Marlowe offers amazing 25 alternates and 74 discretionary ligatures, Marlowe Swirl has additional 26 automated ligatures. Make sure you use applications supporting all these lavish OpenType features.
As the name suggests, this strong geometric font reflects the ultimate in simple mechanical sans serif type design. Designed by the accomplished British artist David Quay, Mekanik effectively echoes the type styles developed by the Soviet Constructivists of the early 1920’s for which there is a strong resurgence in interest. Excellent for use where a feeling of precision or strength is required.
The inspiration for Mimosa comes directly from the packaging for “Moulinard Jeune”, a line of French toiletries from the 1920s. I created the 240-odd glyphs needed to make up a complete font based upon the style of a handful of hand-lettered characters that were used on the original items.
Msaimo is a mono-weight, connecting vertical script with a fairly regular set of lower case and slightly more decorative upper case glyphs. As with any decorative script, if you set copy in all caps, you will be tracked down and severely punished by the type police.
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