Conceptualized by Dalton Maag font developer, Spike Spondike, Blenny is a true individual, with elegant hairlines and exaggerated ball terminals. Soft, voluptuous curves and a retro feel make it suitable for branding, bold headlines, or product labels. Blenny comes in one weight and supports two script systems, Latin and Thai. Inspiration comes from everywhere and Spike’s early sketches for Blenny played with a vintage, seafaring theme inspired by visits to the beach at St Leonards on the South Coast of England. Other influences included the retro typefaces used on old electronics equipment and gin bottles. It was Spike’s previous experience of working with Thai, and a trip to Bangkok, which prompted her to connect the diversity of shapes in the Thai script with the design of Blenny. Spike relished the challenge of creating the Thai glyphs whilst maintaining the key features of Blenny’s design. Creative decisions on the Thai in turn led back to refinements to the original Latin. For Spike, the end result is visually very pleasing. “Individual glyphs such as the “a” seem to wrap around themselves in a hug”. Bruno Maag, Chairman of Dalton Maag loved the design from the minute he laid eyes on it. “I’m considering having a tattoo done with it”. In honor of their new font, Dalton Maag has created the Blenny gin cocktail. Just like the font it’s named after, a Blenny is bold, punchy and has a touch of class.
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Gerard Unger developed this newspaper font between 1984 and 1987 for Dr.-Ing. Rudolf Hell GmbH, Kiel. He was mainly influenced by William A. Dwiggins (1880-1956), the typographic consultant of Mergenthaler Linotype, who started to develop more legible, alternative fonts for newspaper printing as early as 1930. Swift was named after the fast flying bird. Austere and concise, firm and original, Swift is suited for almost any purpose. Swift has been specially developed to sustain a maximum of quality and readability when used in unfavorable print and display processes, e.g. newspapers, laser printing and low resolution screens. Its robust, yet elegant serifs and its large x-height provide an undeniable distinction to the typeface, making it suitable for corporate ID and advertising purposes as well. Swift 2.0 family was designed in 1995. It’s an improved version with technical and aesthetic enhancements and new family members. The Cyrillic version was developed for ParaType in 2003 by Tagir Safayev. Please note that this family includes only basic latin characters; it does not include accented characters required for western and central Europe.
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Red Ring and Red Square - the super-family of two families of fonts. The super-family includes sanserif Red Ring and geometric font Red Square. Families are synchronized by the number and weight of the typefaces and can be used either separately or together. Together Ring and Square produce a cumulative effect of Art Deco and Constructivism.
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A revival of “Gras Vibert”, a French fat face originally cast by the Didot typefoundry in Paris. It was cut in 1840 by Vibert, an engraver employed by the foundry. The capitals are heavier than the lowercase letters, and the characters g, k, y and & are rather peculiarly shaped, exaggerating the vertical stress. The font is designed for large sizes.
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Ladybird - a lively and playful typeface which will bring lots of fun to your design, features lots of ligatures and a few alternates. Ladybird’s joyful nature will bring excitement and interest to headlines, packaging, posters, cards and so much more! Interesting and unique, yet legible, let Ladybird land on your designs!
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Euroscript Pro is the digital version of Ralph M. Unger’s handwriting, a very talented and hard-working German type designer. Unger has redesigned a large number of beautiful ancient typefaces during the last few years. Peter Rosenfeld of profonts persuaded him to try and design his own very beautiful handwriting. Kind of hesitant at the beginning of the design process, Unger’s joy and excitement about the project was continuously growing during the design process. He designed not only the standard character complement West, but added all of the Eastern European Latin glyphs and, on top of that, even the complete Cyrillic characters. Born and grown up in Thüringen, former East Germany, Unger has a fair knowledge of Polish and also Russian (Cyrillic). Euroscript Pro is a very beautiful, casual, informal and modern handwriting of a contemporary type designer. Even though a digitized handwriting, it keeps a very natural and pleasant look, at the same time being generous and well-readable. The individual characters combine quite easily and perfectly with no need for extra variants. Euroscript Pro is well-suited for plenty of applications, e.g. personal correspondence, invitations, greeting cards, headlines etc. Euroscript Pro is supplied in the complete Latin character set (West + East) plus Cyrillic.
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Hedon is hedonistic & humanistic, but not egoistic sans serif family. Comes out with 4 weights and matching Italics. It declares as neutral, versatile and legible partner for any kind of publications, with tiny dose of impressible characteristics that tenderize it’s base.
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Butternut’s origins can be traced back to handwriting in felt-tipped marker. Because of this, you’ll find a slight degree of roughness to the edges, yet a fluid softness to the letterforms themselves. As well as some weird, fun details here and there.
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Merina is a fat slab typeface, and works best in text and display applications, such as headline, posters, signage, magazine, product branding, corporate branding, logos and titles. Several alternate characters are included in this typeface.
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Kailey Force contains 3 powerful effects for her kissing cousin: Kailey. The Bold (Drop Shadow), the Brave (Distressed), and the Beautiful (Combined). Kailey is a hand lettered, voluptuous typeface that is very special to the Great Lakes Lettering team. This oblique font is inspired by Molly Jacques’ “signature” lettering style, using bold brush strokes, fluid flourishes, and distinctive characters. Kailey has a distinct feminine feel that takes on a bold attitude to match her curves.
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Introducing the new Splandor Typeface, another display serif font with handdraw style.I thought to make this fonts when I create some lettering that I post on my instagram (http://goo.gl/M4OFeR). Handdraw style and a touch of ornament makes this font look old and stylist. Plus OpenType features with Stylistic Alternates in some characters that allows you to mix and match pairs of letters to fit your design. This font good for vintage design, t-shirt, logo, labels, posters and etc.
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Slantblaze Pro is an alternative font display with these characteristics: Simple, Thick, Contrast, and Communicative. As italics, Slantblaze Pro has aloof challenge as a display font. Slantblaze Pro also represents dynamic activities in every appearance. Slantblaze Pro is a display font with simple otf feature. It was designed as an alternative for headline, title in any purpose such as header, brands, packaging, identity, etc.
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Herschel is a unique hand drawn serif, Inspired by the natural imperfections that occur in traditional sign writing, Herschel introduces an element of the human touch with this mildly wobbly yet elegant font. You can use Herschel in any setting; children’s books, beer labels, organic food packages, menus...the sky is your limit !
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Columbia Titling is a titling-caps display family based on wide Clarendon-style wood type and industrial signage design from the late-19th and early-20th Century. Columbia Titling includes a small set of OpenType features, including both tabular and proportional figures, special superscript ordinal suffixes, underlined superscript alternate letters, and OpenType fractions. Columbia Titling can have a ‘period feel’ depending on its use, but is fresh enough to use in contemporary designs, like magazine headlines, invitations, or stationery. The typeface — released in four weights — takes its name from the historic S.S. Columbia, a steamboat launched in 1903. Lettering found on the ship’s wheelhouse provided initial inspiration for Columbia Titling.
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Los Niches is a stylized sans serif typeface that combines modern, monoline characters with strokes and loops reminiscent of manuscript lettering. With a consistant, harmonious style Los Niches takes on a youthful flair when presented in bright colors, but is elegant and contemporary when dressed all in black. The flexible personality of Los Niches makes it ideal for catalogs, magazines or product packaging.
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This sans serif counterpart to the award-winning Adelle type family proposes a cleaner and more spirited take on the traditional grotesque sans. As typical with TypeTogether fonts, the most demanding editorial design pieces were taken into consideration when engineering Adelle Sans. The combination of its lively character and unobstrusive appearance that is inherent to grotesque sans serifs make it an utterly versatile tool for any imaginable graphic application, whether it is branding, signage or advertising. Without any doubt, the key word behind Adelle Sans' design is “flexibility”. Adelle Sans is available in seven weights with their matching italics. Each one of these 14 styles is a perfect match in terms of weight and vertical proportions to its slab serif equivalent. This ensures a graceful fit between both font families in the same block of text, and a subtle, but noticeable change of texture when used as similar point sizes. The 900-character set in includes typographic niceties, small caps, several sets of figures, and support for over 90 languages. It also includes a set of 35 icons specially designed for electronic publications.
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Mary Read - The Pirate Font! Sharp like swords, but also playful & elegant. Mary Read is a modern handwritten typeface inspired by the wind and the sea. Harsh curves are combined with graceful swashes. For typographic variety Mary Read offers a range of features and extras: initial forms, final forms, swash letters, swashes and alternates. Just in case you have a message for the world, you could just put it on a Mary Read Flag. It is said, a subtle feeling of courage passes on to readers of Mary Read letters.
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Say hi to Tikal Sans; A bloody Mayan ritual with no reading sacrifice. It’s a glyphic family of twenty weights Mayan inspired designed for Text and Display sizes. The Details curved terminating strokes ended in sharp edges are inspired by the ‘virgula’ Mayan glyph that means ‘the spoken word’. Tikal is also known for being the largest city of the Mayan Classic Period and the name means “Lugar de Las Voces” (place of voices). With a contemporary large x-height and opentype contextual alternate letters Tikal offers a functional look with a friendly touch. The Thin and Black weights are great performers in display sizes the light, regular and medium weights are well suited to longer texts.
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Enzia is a friendly and flowing sans serif. Enzia exists somewhere between a slab serif and a semi-sans, and features flared vertical stems and rounded terminals. Its bulbous terminals and open counters inject a flavor of ease and excitement. Enzia provides plenty of impact and is best used with short to medium length texts. Six different weights provide plenty of versatility and contrast for poster designs, logotypes and headlines, while still retaining excellent legibility for extended copy.
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