TT Slabs Condensed it is a condensed version of our TT Slabs fontfamily. This new version is designed for strong headlines and design presentations. Very well suited for designers who create Identity and logos, as well as for interior design and navigation. The special features of the typefaces include the classic formula: Thin, Light, Regular, Bold & Black. Scope: food packaging, packaging of household appliances, newspapers, magazines, headers, signs, theatrical scenery, logos, interior design, decoration of shops. Optimized for the websites, mobile applications, and printing materials.
TTF | 10 Fonts | JPG Preview | 3.9 Mb RAR
Jeremie Hornus’s Volkart is a Latin-script typeface with 18 styles; nine of those are italics. The family is a neo-grotesk design, and it is one of ITF’s largest releases to-date. Volkart’s appearance is classic and timeless; it might resemble earlier typefaces, but it is a new design made for our time. The Volkart Trading Company was the first multi-national enterprise with both Indian and Swiss operations. Their Bombay office opened in 1851, and the firm played an important role in fostering early ties between the two countries. While the neo-grotesk style didn’t originate in Switzerland per se, some of the most-famous neo-grotesks come from Swiss designers.
TTF | 18 Fonts | JPG Preview | 8.7 Mb RAR
Clean and welcoming, the distinct look of Yorkten is remarkably satisfying to the eye. Straight to the point, Yorkton features a fashionable, geometric composition with angled main stems. There are no fewer than fifty-four fonts in the family, all of which are characterized by one of three widths – extended, normal or condensed. Each individual subfamily is equipped with eight weights from Thin to Black with respective Italics, giving Yorkten a breathtaking range of fonts to boast. The greater value for you, though, is its members’ ability to work well together. With a deep toolbox of weights and widths to choose from, this family provides you with significant value and a broad number of design solutions, making sure you have the tools you need for each challenge. So where should you use the font? Jeremy Dooley designed Yorkten’s underpinning structure to be compact. Combined with its superior features and terrific legibility, this versatile font can be used effectively for many jobs, whether in print or on screen. Use it freely for e-books and apps. Yorkten is particularly great for headlines, banners, posters, and websites. As with all insigne fonts, fonts that are well received by the market are expanded into future variants such as rounded or slab serif types. Yorkten’s later expansions will increase the versatility and functionality of the family. There’s no need to wait for these future releases, though. This new face already complements a number of other insigne faces, such as Grayfel, Look, or the Cabrito Superfamily. So what are you waiting for? Get Yorkten today and bask in the rich potential it offers! Get Yorkten and luxuriate in its straightforward multifunctionality!
TTF | 54 Fonts | JPG Preview | 20.2 Mb RAR
Xyngia is a professional modern sans serif typeface. Thanks to its excellent legibility it is a great choice both for on-screen use as well as print purposes. Xyngia is designed for use in long and short paragraphs of text, headlines and user interfaces. Its design nuances gives it distinctive character making it an interesting option for brand identification and logo design. Xyngia consists of 22 fonts - 11 weights and their corresponding italics. It has extended language support (over 1000 glyphs) and true italics, as well as broad number of OpenType features, such as small caps, case sensitive forms, standard and discretionary ligatures, stylistic sets, contextual alternates, lining, oldstyle, tabular and small cap figures, slashed zero, fractions, superscript and subscript, ordinals, currencies and symbols.
TTF | 22 Fonts | JPG Preview | 19.5 Mb RAR
Monolite is a geometric sans serif display typeface. This geometric typeface is not to be messed with; its clear-cut edges and modern styling gives Monolite the attitude it needs to leave a lasting impression.
OTF | 1 Font | JPEG Preview | 5 Mb RAR
I made the first sketches for Brocha when I first visited Easter Island in 2011. I took inspiration from pre-Columbian art for suchsketches, but I must say that they were kind of rough and clumsy; it was an experimental, but limited-use typeface. It took a long time, but thanks to my learning about type design gained over the years, I have finally been able to resume my project. I have made sure to preserve the Latin American spirit of my original designs in order to give my final typeface an expressive handmade highly humanist look. Brocha is a display sans with friendly design ideal for high-impact headlines, logotypes or use on cookies packaging designs. Brocha consists of 2 subfamilies: one basic and one alternative. Each subfamily comes in 8 weights plus italics. The Alt version is highly recommended for those art directors who look for more varied fonts when designing.
OTF | 32 Fonts | JPG Preview | 7.6 Mb RAR
Indento is a multi-purpose modern geometric slab serif for headlines, posters, branding but fairly legible to be used as longer text. The straight and rounded corners combined with deep cuts and asymmetric serifs gives it a distinctive look while still keeping its rigorousness and legibility. The family consist of three weights, each with a companying italic. The extensive character set—513 glyphs in each font—includes support for Central and Eastern European languages and OpenType features like small caps, ligatures, fractions, slashed zero, stylistic alternates and more.
TTF | 6 Fonts | JPG Preview | 2 Mb RAR
Kamerik 205 is inspired by the classic, geometric sans-serifs such as Futura and Avant Garde, but has shallower ascenders and descenders for a more compact look, and features a traditional double-storey lower case a and g. It’s a versatile, modern sans, highly legible as a text font and with a clean, elegant look as a display font at larger sizes. The Kamerik 205 family comprises of five weights, and is closely related to Kamerik 105. Kamerik 205 features an extended character set to include accented characters for additional Central European languages.
TTF | 10 Fonts | JPG Preview | 1.4 Mb RAR
Camber is the last in a personal series of squarish sans. It is a noiseless typeface with a geometric base, it has a synthetic and clean design, but with a human sensitivity where the geometry fails. It tries to be more versatile and simpler than its predecessors, with a pragmatic approach, having less visual noise and virtually removing the disturbing elements. The family is generous in width meeting a certain shortage of wider fonts. Camber works well in both display and text, it is a multipurpose font suited for magazine, branding and web. The type family consists of 14 styles, 7 weights (Thin, UltraLight, Light, Regular, Medium, SemiBold and Bold) plus italics.
TTF | 14 Fonts | JPG Preview | 2.6 Mb RAR
»Avea« is a new, elegant, friendly and open minded font– designed by Gert Wiescher in 2015 – it has 7 weights with corresponding oblique cuts. »Avea« is well suited for advertising, logo, billboards, small text, signage, branding, packaging, editorial, posters, web and screen design. »Avea« is an OpenType family for professional typography with an extended character set of over 700 glyphs and extensive kerning. It supports more than 40 Central- and Eastern-European as well as many Western languages. Ligatures, different figures, fractions, currency symbols and small caps can be found in all cuts.
TTF | 14 Fonts | JPG Preview | 6.9 Mb RAR
Confident and versatile, Lust Pro™ is an exercise in indulgence—an attempt to create something over the top and vastly useful. If Lust Pro seems both new and familiar, that’s because it is. The series unapologetically channels Herb Lubalin, but produced with a deliberate, contemporary twist. There is an intentional slyness infused in the letterforms—the extreme thick and thin lines flow effortlessly without becoming gratuitous. It’s always just enough, not too much. What makes the type series so appealing? The curves. When asked to describe the letterforms, most people unwittingly allude to the human form, using adjectives usually reserved for describing physical traits… creating all-too-familiar comparisons. Summerour has grown to accept this as unavoidable and reasonable given his acknowledgement of its influences and has provided nuances within the letterforms to accentuate that. Intended to be set large, the typeface boasts 3 widths and 5 weights and matching italics for both the Regular and Didone variants (that’s 60 fonts in total), making it perfect for editorial use and a highly flexible solution for any display need.
TTF | 30 Fonts | JPG Preview | 9.5 Mb RAR