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Rieux Font Family - 6 Fonts $150
Named after the steadfast doctor from Albert Camus’ The Plague, Rieux is an even-tempered slab-serif that is confident without being cocky and approachable without being casual. The aesthetic of Rieux is inspired by the industrial age. While the design is not directly derived from typefaces of that era, the shapes of letter-forms are informed by images of over-sized steel machines and the monolithic brick buildings that housed them.
Rieux is available in 5 weights and is ideal for uncatalogued, magazines, short publications and company collateral. In addition to supporting Western, Central and Eastern European languages, Rieux includes an array of OpenType features to provide a range of typographic options.
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JMTF Robin - 9 fonts: $217.50
JMTF Robin is a new post-modernist typeface in the spirit of Art & Crafts, born as a concept of a reformulation of a Gothic traditional building structure. Interestingly medieval structural architectural rescue form is for creating a font of traits absolutely contemporary without losing its artisan flavor. JMTF Robin is then a modular typography with very specific characteristics that provides an innovative texts while an appearance of great personality. Early versions of Robin was winners in Letras Latinas 2006
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Baltasar is a handwritten, brush script with ligatures and contextual alternates to help with flow and readability.
Every lowercase letter has three variations. When the font is used in OpenType-savvy applications, the 3 variants of glyphs are automatically alternated to achieve a random-like effect.
Language support includes Western, Central and Eastern European character sets, as well as Baltic and Turkish languages.
A super-fun handwritten display font for titles. Intended to be used as all capital letters together, all lowercase together, or a mix for a super playful look.
I set out to create a solid, bold, strong, rugged font, one that would lend itself to any industrial type
of use, and by that I mean industry in general, but probably sectors that would still be considered male preserves such as carpentry or metalwork. I thought specifically of mortice & tenon joints, whilst toying with shape and form for this self imposed challenge. I was also visualizing a router tool used for producing most wood joints nowadays.
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Sanitation JNL is a bold Art Deco sans design inspired by some stylized hand lettering on a 1930s-era WPA (Works Progress Administration) poster and is available in both regular and oblique versions.
The topic of the poster was “Your home is not complete without a sanitary unit” and that was recommended by the State Department of Public Health. A “sanitary unit” is the formal name for what rural folks called an “outhouse”, and it’s presumed the target group were homeowners not hooked up to major sewer lines such as in those rural areas.
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