4 OTF & WOFF Font Files | Designers: Santiago Sancha 2014
- Infamy is a display typeface inspired by graffiti and street art, featuring the ‘bubble letter’ style of writing which was very popular among subway and suburban graffiti artists in the early days of American graffiti. This font recovers graffiti horizontal alignment, tight tracking and colourful lettering. The OpenType version includes many different ligatures which provide multiple options when composing a text. Multiple layers make Infamy a bright, shaded and colourful font, allowing you to dress up your writing. This font incorporates a pictorial rendering of character faces (instead of small caps), capturing the essence of the graffiti: the ‘childish’ and the ‘irresponsible’, which is present in the experimental side of the typeface.
Inspired by the art of sign painting, Sideshow is the ideal display font for announcing a big event, sale or anything important. This display font comes with an excellent assortment of 40 special graphic-glyphs that won't be ignored.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 3.5 Mb RAR
Oita Font Family $124
42 OpenType OTF Fonts | Designer: Jeremy Dooley
- Oita might be a carefully crafted typeface family, created by a meat-bag human.
- Or, it might have been made by a supremely clever sentient robot.
- Found in the dark recesses of a top secret spy agency’s quantum computer, this font came with this somewhat unusual description, which is presented without comment.
- "To conquer, we cannot simply overcome. Success is found in supremacy--in the dominance of Oita.
- While looking for the right tool for this success, our research has led us to the finely executed forms found of military domination throughout history. In our labs, we've used our specialized machines to harness these forms' power and refined their impact through elements of contemporary and computer design. The structure proves to be robotic and squared on its edges. However, the chutzpah of this technical face still allows it to pass as if created by human hands.
- Our resulting payload, Oita, is modern and sturdy. While based on a practical, octagonal structure, make no mistake; this new instrument will drive forward the energy you want to push through your projects. Oita has 42 cuts certain to encompass your designs on world domination. Each font contains the glyphs to support over 52 languages. The font also includes tabular and lining figures, numerous ligatures, and selected advanced Opentype options, including stencil and experimental options to bring out the dynamic characteristics that have already been crafted into Oita.
- Early tests have found that the new instrument is easily scalable to smaller dimensions without reducing its impact. The font remains highly readable across a variety of applications. We speculate from our findings that it will be successful for sporting and technical applications.
- So for you who venture to use Oita, use it boldly. Don't just overcome. Dominate. Go and conquer mightily with Oita. We'll be watching."
- We may never know whether Oita hails from mind or mechanism. What we do know is that, should you choose to take on Oita, you'll be acquiring a dynamic poster and packaging face, a minigun-toting bad robot of a font that exudes pace and power.
Heraldica Script OTF $79
OTF and WOFF Files | Designers: Angel Koziupa, Alejandro Paul
- Ornamented scripts are a Koziupa/Paul specialty, and Heraldica is one of their most expressive. It attains the very definition of deluxe by conjoining the classic thin-and-thick script treatment with thin-only counterpart strokes, then it goes the extra mile with a varied complement of overlaid flourishes. The usual assortment of multiple alternates and ending forms pushes it even further in class and versatility.
- Monograms, logos, jewelry packaging and book covers are only a few of the possibilities with such a high-end script.
Over the past couple of years I received quite a number of unusual and surprising requests to modify my type designs to suit projects of personal nature, but none top the ones that asked me to typeset and modify tattoos using Burgues Script or Adios. At first the whole idea was amusing to me, kind of like an inside joke. I had worked in corporate branding for a few years before becoming a type designer, and suddenly I was being asked to get involved in personal branding, as literally “personal” and “branding” as the expression can get. After a few such requests I began pondering the whole thing from a professional perspective. It was typography, after all, no matter how unusual the method or medium. A very personal kind of typography, too. The messages being typeset were commemorating friends, family, births, deaths, loves, principles, and things that influenced people in a deep and direct way, so much so that they chose to etch that influence on their bodies and wear it forever. And when you decide to wear something forever, style is of the essence. After digging into the tattooing scene, I have a whole new respect for tattoo artists. Wielding that machine is not easy, and driving pigment into people’s skin is an enormous responsibility. Not to mention that they're some of the very few who still use a crafty, hands-on process that is all but obsolete in other ornamentation methods. Some artists go the extra mile and take the time to develop their own lettering for tattooing purposes, and some are inventive enough to create letters based on the tattoo’s concept. But they are not the norm. Generally speaking, most tattoo artists use generic type designs to typeset words. Even the popular blackletter designs have become quite generic over the past few decades. I still cringe when I see something like Bank Script embedded into people’s skin, turning them into breathing, walking shareholder invitations or government bonds. There’s been quite a few attempts at making fonts out of whatever original tattoo designer typefaces can be found out there - wavy pseudo-comical letters, or rough thick brush scripts, but as far as I could tell a stylish skin script was never attempted in the digital age. And that’s why I decided to design Piel Script. Piel is Spanish for skin. In a way, Piel Script is a removed cousin of Burgues Script. Although the initial sketches were infused with some 1930s showcard lettering ideas (particularly those of B. Boley, whose amazing work was shown in Sign of the Times magazine), most of the important decisions about letter shapes and connectivity were reached by observing whatever strengths and weaknesses can be seen in tattoos using Burgues. Tattoos using Adios also provided some minor input. In retrospect, I suppose Affair exercised some influence as well, albeit in a minor way. I guess what I'm trying to say is there is as much of me in Piel Script as there is in any of the other major scripts I designed, even though the driving vision for it is entirely different from anything else I have ever done. I hope you like Piel Script. If you decide it to use it on your skin, I'll be very flattered. If you decide to use it on your skateboard or book cover, I'll be just as happy. Scripts can't get any more personal than this. Piel Script received the Letter2 award, where they selected the best 53 typefaces of the last decade, organised by ATypI.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 50.5 Mb RAR
Melany Lane from Yellow Design Studio is a flourishy script based on traditional letterforms, but with the added quirks and warmth of hand-drawn type. The base character set has traditionally connected letters and an expressive charm. Contextual alternates add flair with unconnected letters and additional contour options. Mix in swash and stylistic alternates for extra funkiness and fun. Melany Lane features regular and bold versions, 118 eclectic ornaments (also in regular and bold), and a free set of 14 seamless background patterns. It includes over 1300 glyphs and 364 ligatures that create interesting letter combinations and fix overlapping letter pairs. Opentype features including contextual alternates, swash, stylistic sets, ligatures, initial and terminal forms and old-style figures. It performs best with opentype friendly applications.
OTF | 5 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 7.6 Mb RAR
Reina is Sproviero’s didone of the year. We recommend seeing its user’s guide. Inspired in the sweet letters of calligraphy and typography masters of our past; such as Didot, Bodoni and the incredible Herb Lubalin, its aim was to incorporate the decorative accolades from blackletter and copperplate styles of calligraphy into a Modern Roman typeface. Reina reflects sovereignty due to the enveloping atmosphere and the sensation of greatness that can be felt when using it. It has an unique way of standing over paper and screen, being its swashes responsible of an extreme elegance. Similar to what Lian did in his last font Breathe, Reina was designed to be playful yet formal: While none of its alternates are activated it can be useful for short to medium length texts; and when the user chooses to make use of its open-type decorative glyphs, it can be useful for headlines with dazzling results.
Reina is a family with many members. In order to achieve better results when printing, Lian took his time to design the necessary styles: Reina 72 Pro, prepared for display sizes; Reina 36 Pro, for medium sizes; and Reina 12 Pro, the best for text or decorative words in small size. Each of these members have variants inside, which are open-type programmed: The user decides which glyph to alternate, equalizing the amount of decoration wanted. Reina Engraved Pro has the same features than the variants mentioned above. The family also contains variants which were made exclusively for decoration. These are: Reina Words, a set of the most common words used in english, german, italian, french and spanish; Reina Capitals, which consists in a big set of ornamented capitals; and Reina Fleurons, those little friends which always help to embellish our work.
OTF | 12 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 6.4 Mb RAR
Fairly condensed, slightly contrasts and particularly terminals, Klaus FY offers a good legibility in all text sizes. Its broken ductus reminds of blackletter shapes and gives this family a very singular and modern style.
OTF | 10 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 7.6 Mb RAR
Inspired by an afternoon bike ride through downtown Los Angeles Awning Display is approachable and easy to read from a distance. It captures the charm of signs I notice painted on awnings. Awning Display will add the perfect personal touch to your next project. This bold uppercase alphabet is perfect for grabbing attention in any storefront or window display.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 6.1 Mb RAR
Controller is a geometric rounded sans serif including 5 weights and corresponding obliques and thier extended style are ready. Originally, the designer was inspired by a mixture of techno and organic design in the end of 20th century around the West Coast. The letterforms of this font are designed geometric but are also slightly rounded to make a natural, warm and organic impression. Uppercase N has its alternative glyph that can be accessed by using OpenType stylistic feature. Controller is a versatile and useful family for a wide range of projects.
OTF | 19 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 3.3 Mb RAR
Another unmistakable Koziupa/Paul production, Ricotta has very little baby fat for a sturdy brush script. What movement it shows is effective and integral to its expression, which is at once compact, lush and eye-catching. Ricotta, and its subtle details in just the right places, should feel at home among the bright and cheerful colors of dairy product and pizza packaging.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 3.3 Mb RAR
- Cohort is a strong and crisp geometric sans serif. Cohort uses a rounded rectangle as its central motif. Although the geometric design is minimalistic, Cohort has a variety of unique letterforms that keep the design from being too predictable and maintains a bit of beautiful nuance with plenty of legibility.
- Cohort’s six different weights give it a great deal of versatility, from its sharp and potent black weight to the fresh and razor sharp thin. Cohort can be used for logotypes, headlines or short blocks of text.
- Cohort includes many useful OpenType features, including a set of upright italic swash alternates, ligatures, small caps, fractions and old style figures, sharper and more unique counterforms and simplified characters for titling.
- OpenType-capable applications such as the Adobe suite or Quark can take full advantage of automatically replacing ligatures and alternates. This family also includes the glyphs to support a wide range of latin based languages.
Abdo Master Font Family - Arabic-Persian-Urdu-English $730
The Combination of Modern Kufi and Geometrical Styles
14 OTF with WOFF WebFonts | Designer: Abdulsamie Rajab Salem
- Abdo Master is a geometrical style. This is an OpenType Font supporting Arabic, Persian, Urdu, and English. The combination of modern Kufi and Geometrical styles and varying between straight and curved parts made it a beautiful typeface appropriate to the titles and text, and able to meet the desire of the user in the design of ads and modern designs of various types of audio and visual. It comes in fourteen weights from Thin to Black and Outline style.
Dream Script may be that dream named above made true. I have been practicing chancery in the way I learnt from those calligraphers for many years now.
Making a font out of my ink-sketches was a tough work, since they were closer of -being art- than of -being type-. However, this font rescues many aspects of handmade calligraphy: You have to look at it really close to notice it is actually a font, and that was one of my goals. The secret of a good looking chancery is on its subtle details: pen angle is constantly changing, even on the strokes which seem straight. Capitals and swashes have to be done a little faster than lowercase letters. The rhythm has to be even, in spite of its playful look. The fact that makes Dream look alive is that it has many alternates per glyph. This makes each word look unique like it happens in calligraphy: you will find alternates for the beginning/ending of a word/phrase, some for the middle of it, some interchangeable. Also, to accompany the script, you will find Dream Caps, which was inspired in the eternally beautiful trajan capitals. Place them like I did on the posters and you will have great results for sure. The font works great in small, middle and big sizes and can be a great selection for magazines, wedding invitations, perfumes, and posters. Dream Script Pro is the most complete style, it contains all the alternates and ligatures (OT programmed, better if you use Adobe applications). If you plan to use the font for text, be sure to activate the less decorative capitals, which are placed in the “salt” group of alternates. Dream Script Standard has less glyphs than the Pro one, it contains just some ligatures for a better legibility. (OT programmed, better if you use Adobe applications).
OTF | 2 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 5.4 Mb RAR
In 2008 TypeTogether released the Bree typeface, a sleek sans serif that quickly became a favorite among brand and editorial designers. Bree Serif follows the same theme as its predecessor. It is a young and energetic upright italic that approaches readers with hip and somewhat elegant charm. It has a range of styles that can perform as counterparts to the original Bree fonts. At the same time though they bring a whole range of new and individual features that make Bree Serif a separate type family in its own right. The characters in Bree Serif maintain the original flavour of handwriting, but have a more subtle appearance to support optimal editorial usage. The slabby nature of its shapes, particularly in the heavier weights, makes for a strong impression. Some of the characteristic features of its sans serif cousin are present in Bree Serif too, such as the single-story ‘a’, the cursive ‘e’ and the rhythmical ‘k’ and ‘y’. Alternate letters of these are also available when a more neutral look is desired. Bree Serif offers a mixture of fluid and attractive forms that convey a contemporary and vivid aspect.
OTF | 12 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.8 Mb RAR
Signor is a soft and easygoing all caps font. Signor is very easy to use and is at its best when you need to make an impact but have a casual feeling.
TTF | 5 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.3 Mb RAR
Is the real romanticism over? This is not the intention achieved on a creation of the new version of Only You Pro. Develop a font that reflects the perfect union of sensuality and romanticism: Only You Sexy. It has a soft trait and delicated curves that evokes contemporary and musicality while has erotic and sensual references. The icons are a piece of show. They make reference to hipsters concept a recurring nostalgia and a recovery of an almost forgotten romanticism. Bring all that romance back. Bring the sensuality in your work and graphic texts. This font brings back everything that the true romanticism deserves: a font that allows you to write using beauty, sensuality and the sounds from the hearts. Only You Sexy is handmade, stylish, modern and multilingual. With more than 800 glyphs it is possible to get an infinity of combinations at your disposal. The font doesn't have PDF and works better in softwares that support the complete OpenType function.
OTF | 10 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 13.6 Mb RAR
Mija is a grotesk vernacular handmade typeface whose imperfections make it perfect. It is a fresh hand-painted display face with a warm and organic feel. This full-of-ink-traps typeface is inspired by local vernacular signs. Mija looks good at both large and small sizes. The family is available in a 4-font combo package, suited for solving most common text hierarchy problems in graphic design; Roman, Bold, Italic and Small Caps. Mija is derived from the words ‘mi hija’, which literally translated means ‘my daughter’. Mija is a Latin American Spanish term of endearment most of the time used by an older person to a younger girl or woman.
OTF | 4 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 5.3 Mb RAR
TTF, OTF | 2 FONTS | 2 MB
Léon FY is a handwritten font co-created by a french illustrator and cartoonist. With its spontaneous and friendly design, this typeface will give fun and freshness to your creations. It can also give voices to your drawings! Available in two weights – Regular and Medium – Léon FY includes smallcaps, ligatures and some alternates.
Léon FY font was co-created by Quentin Vijoux & Gia Tran on fontyou.com, the first collaborative type foundry.
Cheap Pine is a tribute to the wood type of the eighteenth century and nineteenth century. You can use Cheap Pine Sans & Cheap Pine Shadow together to influence the color of the shadows. The font contains arrows, hands, stars and other special glyphs available through the OpenType ligatures feature.
OTF | 3 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 3.7 Mb RAR