German type designer Felix Braden created this sans FontFont in 2012. The family has 16 weights, ranging from Thin to Black (including italics) and is ideally suited for advertising and packaging, editorial and publishing, logo, branding and creative industries, poster and billboards, wayfinding and signage as well as web and screen design.
Syareal has a touch of manual writing that gives the impression of a little strength but will also give a elegant feel to your design. Syareal is the perfect companion to create strong and wild feelings for your creative project. Just play with uppercase and lowercase letters to make perfect words!
Take Five Font Family
"Take Five" is a very jazzy typeface. It is more Swing than Bebop but it also evokes memories of the Cool Jazz era. Take Five can be used for jazzy covers or childrens birthdays as well as jumble sales leaflets.
Orgovan Font Family
The basis of inspiration for the Orgovan family was the Brush stroke, a sample font designed for freehand writing using a flat brush, published at the beginning of the sixties in a handbook for Czechoslovak typography artists and arrangers. Thanks to many adjustments to the construction of the glyphs and more open letterforms, the font has good legibility even at small sizes, making it suitable for demanding typographic applications. The Rounded style is a variation of the basic theme, offering a wide range of further applications.
ANIMATED Christmas Posts – Metallic Style
Holly jolly animated Instagram posts with a wonderful metallic foil effect. The texts are fully editable and the metallic foil, which comes in 5 colors, is easy changeable by switching the layers on/off. The video animation is just ready, so you only have to edit the texts/perhaps put a background images in, export as video and you are ready to post.
Onadio is a beautiful hand lettered script font. With it’s curly letters and swashes, Onadio will give your design a feminine touch which is why you can use it for lots of creative ideas.
Botanika Font Family
The motivation behind the Botanika family was the desire to create a text version of the Magion font. Although the glyphs were originally drawn using the same proportions, they were subsequently adjusted in order to improve legibility.