Bunyan Pro is the synthesis of Bunyan, the last face Eric Gill designed for hand setting in 1934 and Pilgrim, the machine face based on it, issued by British Linotype in the early 1950s — the most popular Gill text face in Britain from its release until well into the 1980s. Gill’s last face doesn't date itself anywhere near as obviously as Gill’s other serif faces, which were all really products of their time, heavily influenced by the richly ornamental and constantly changing aesthetic trends of the interwar period. When compared to Gill’s previous work, Bunyan seems like a revolution in the way he thought and drew. It’s as if he was shrugging off all heavy burden of what was popular, and going back to the basics of older standards. Bunyan had no bells and whistles, doesn't risk functionality with contrasts that are too high or too low, and didn't venture far outside the comfortable oldstyle rhythm Gill grew up with. By interbellum standards, this was utter austerity, a veritable denial of deco excess. Surprisingly, even without all the cloying trivialities, Bunyan still stood indisputably as an aesthetically pleasing, space saving design that could have been made only by Eric Gill. Bunyan Pro comes in three weights and their italics. The main font is intended for use between 8 and 14 points. The medium and the bold are great for emphasis but also have good merit in larger sizes, so can make effective display types as well. All six fonts include small caps, ligatures, alternates, six sets of figures, and three original Gill manicules. We tried to keep the best features of the handset (Bunyan) and machine (Pilgrim) versions while building a text face that can function in today’s immersive reading media. Deciding on which useful letterpress features to preserve for aesthetic importance was hell on our eyeballs — which lead to complex and painstaking ways of ironing out irregularities and inconsistencies related to metal technologies, in order to provide something with authenticity. The result is a unique typeface based on a Gill design that, to a much greater extent than any of his other faces, works well as a text face that can be used for entire books and magazines.
TTF | 6 Fonts | + JPG Preview
Fondue: an eclectic-flavoured contemporary typeface. Designed by Jorge Alberto Martínez and Latinotype Team. Fondue is a type family of eclectic shapes, inspired by Art Deco designs, in particular, the lettering used by the Mexican cartoonist Ernesto “El Chango” Cabral on almost the entire publication Revista de Revistas (“Magazine of Magazines”). Far from being a copy, Fondue expects to be an adaptation of the thinking of that time to be used in contemporary context. Fondue has a cursive ductus, wide horizontal proportion and large x-height. Its friendly consistent rhythm makes it ideal for medium-sized text, headlines, branding, and so on. The family comes in 6 weights, from Thin, which reminds of the cartoonist’s loose strokes, to Ultra Bold, the version with powerful and unique voice. Fondue has a set of 496 characters that support 207 different languages.. OpenType features include standard and discretionary ligatures as well as stylistic alternates.
OTF | 6 Fonts | + JPG Preview
CM 751551 - Grunge Textures Vector Pack
Lets make it grungy again! Grunge Textures Vector Pack is the set of 32 super useful grunge textures every designer needs. Im using it by myself in my design projects everyday! I was collecting, rendering and testing them for long time. So there are best of the best in this pack. These textures works great for any grunge, vintage, retro design projects. You can resize it, recolor, split, ungroup... Change opacity, rotate, combine - anything you want to get best grungy result. All you need is Adobe Illustrator CS+ or any vector softwear. If you Photoshop guy - no problem, you may use raster versions I carefully included. ZIP contains:
• EPS (10+) files - 2 versions with dark and white background.
• PNG files (hi res abt 5000x3500 px) - each texture isolated on transparent background.
The mono-spaced Vivala Code is designed specifically for programming. Each day developers spend hours looking at a screen. Vivala Code is aligned to their needs. It has a clear distinction between similar characters and owns an optimized punctuation, especially for source code. It’s suitable for light text on a dark background at small sizes.
OTF | 4 Fonts | + JPG Preview
CM 293288 - Comic Burst: Layered PSD Backgrounds
A modern twist on a vintage favourite. Bursting for attention! Add some old-style comic book flair to your work with this set of editable comic themed layered PSD backgrounds. EDITABLE As layered PSD files you can move around the bursts and graphics to suit your needs. Included: 10 ~ 12×12in PSD layered files at 300dpi. BONUS: 2 paper textures included.
Rosengarten is a condensed, bold typeface inspired by the work of Lucien Bernhard and the Plakatstil mouvement. With bold, rounded serifs, this typeface was created for use in headlines and larger point sizes. A complimentary sans serif style was integrated as a secondary weight with accompanying italics to allow a combination of styles to be set in layouts. This typeface includes an extended Latin and Cyrillic language support.
OTF | 4 Fonts | + JPG Preview
CM 766149 - 15 Photorealistic Logo Mock-Ups Set
Hello! We are glad to you to present a new set from 15 various mokap for your works. 15 photorealistic professional mockup of a logo, perfectly will be suitable for the presentation of your remarkable work. This mockup help beautifully and stylishly submit your work to the client and will simply look beautiful on your website or portfolio. We did this set with love and we hope that it will be pleasant to you. If this work was pleasant to you, we will be very glad if you leave the comment. To us feedback is very important. Thanks to it, we will be able to improve quality our works.
Cigar is a revival of a 1970s and 1980s typeface called Cucumber or Nassel Black or Scanner. It has been carefully redrawn and expanded into a full-featured OpenType font. Cigar Octo and Cigar Quarto are new angular reinterpretations of Cigar. In Cigar Octo, most round shapes have been replaced by octagonal shapes. In Cigar Quarto, most round shapes have been replaced by rectangular shapes. Use Cigar to get attention. Use it for headlines, advertisements, magazines, brochures, book covers, corporate design, presentations, websites, signs, event announcements, and for other things that need attention.
OTF | 3 Fonts | + JPG Preview
Cala is a reflection of Venetian Renaissance types but with a contemporary look. It has an energetic profile, achieved through soft outlines and a flowing rhythm. It is lively, remains stable in small sizes and is beautiful in display sizes. Cala comes in eight styles, in OpenType format and with extended language support. All weights contain standard and discretional ligatures, small caps, proportional lining figures, tabular lining figures, proportional old style figures, lining old style figures, matching currency symbols, fraction- and scientific numerals.
OTF, TTF | 8 Fonts | + JPG Preview
The Pona family of lush curves is completed with the Display version in which letters shine with splendor. Pona Display is an elegant typeface with stunning bodies of remarkable contrast and sophisticated forms. It is an Opentype family with a very large encoding and Small Caps, Proportional lining figures, Tabular lining figures, Proportional oldstyle figures, Tabular oldstyle figures, Super and subscripts, Fractions, Ordinals features.
OTF | 12 Fonts | + JPG Preview
Freight Neo is a clean, friendly humanistic sans design with good contrast. The lighter and bolder weights are well suited for magazine and newspaper section heads, headlines and book covers while the book and medium weights are geared for extended reading in newspapers, magazines, technical manuals, university catalogues and cookbooks. Freight Neo’s clear and precise design is also well suited for corporate branding in the cosmetic, pharmaceutical and automotive industries, logos and campaigns. All Freight Pro fonts have advanced typographic features: Small caps, proportional oldstyle and tabular lining figures, fractions, extended ligature set, alternate characters, dingbats and symbols along with extensive foreign language support.
OTF | 12 Fonts | + JPG Preview
Freight Macro, the quintessential cousin of Freight Micro Pro, is a sturdy, slab serif design. The medium and bolder weights are well suited for magazine and newspaper section heads, headlines and book covers while the light and book weights are geared for extended reading in newspapers, magazines, technical manuals, catalogues and cookbooks. Freight Macro’s orderly and straightforward design is also well suited for corporate branding in the health care, food and beverage and automotive industries, and is well-formed for use in campaigns and logos. All Freight Pro fonts have advanced typographic features: Small caps, proportional oldstyle and tabular lining figures, fractions, extended ligature set, alternate characters, dingbats and symbols along with extensive foreign language support. GarageFonts was established in 1993 primarily as a vehicle to distribute some of the first typeface designs created for Raygun magazine. From the beginning, GarageFonts has been on the cutting edge of new typeface design, helping to change a once tiresome selection of typefaces into a new world of visual excitement. What started as a small library of trend setting designs has now grown to a varied collection of original, accessible text and display typefaces. GarageFonts has something for everyone. Phil’s Fonts has been in the type business for over 25 years. The company evolved from one of the most well known and respected photolettering studios in the typesetting industry, Phil’s Photo. Since 1990 Phil’s Fonts has been distributing fonts from large and small foundries. The current selection offers over 35,000 fonts from 75 type foundries worldwide. Phil’s Fonts also specializes in creating custom typeface designs to your specs. For corporate identity, new products, or to help solve licensing issues, Phil’s can create something new for you.
OTF | 12 Fonts | + JPG Preview
New Typeface Design - Freight Sans Compressed Pro Pro - Released by Phil’s Fonts and GarageFonts. SANDY SPRING, MD, February 11, 2015 - Phil’s Fonts and GarageFonts are pleased to announce the release of Freight Sans Compressed, the slimmer, taller brother of Freight Sans. This economical sans serif design is well-suited for magazine and newspaper section heads, headlines and book covers. The compressed styles are designed for situations when space is at a premium but the copy is not. These fonts round out the sans series that includes Freight Sans and Freight Sans Condensed. All Freight Sans fonts are ideal for corporate branding in the health care, food and beverage, airline and automotive industries, and are well-formed for use in campaigns and logos. All Freight Pro fonts have advanced typographic features: Small Caps, proportional old style and tabular lining figures, fractions, extended ligature set, alternate characters, dingbats and symbols along with extensive foreign language support. Phil’s Fonts has been in the type business for over 25 years. The company evolved from one of the most well known and respected photolettering studios in the typesetting industry, Phil’s Photo. Since 1990 Phil’s Fonts has been distributing fonts from large and small foundries. The current collection offers over 100,000 fonts from 75 type foundries and type designers worldwide. Phil’s Fonts also specializes in creating custom typeface designs to your specs. For corporate identity, new products, or to help solve licensing issues, Phil’s can create something new for you. GarageFonts was established in 1993 primarily as a vehicle to distribute some of the first typeface designs created for Raygun magazine. From the beginning, GarageFonts has been on the cutting edge of new typeface design, helping to change a once tiresome choice of typefaces into a new world of visual excitement. What started as a small library of trend setting designs has now grown to a varied collection of original, accessible text and display typefaces. GarageFonts has something for everyone.
OTF | 12 Fonts | + JPG Preview
Decora Arabic is a new creation of Naghi Naghashian. Decora Arabic’s design fulfills the following needs:
A. Explicitly crafted for use in electronic media fulfills the demands of electronic communication. A modern interpretation of Naskh which was invented as calligraphic style by Ebn Moghleh, a Persian savant in ninth century. This script is the most widely used and its popularity has increased through the centuries. Most recently, it has served as a basis for the typefaces that are in use today.
B. Suitability for multiple applications. Gives the widest potential acceptability.
C. Extreme legibility not only in small sizes, but also when the type is filtered or skewed, e.g., in Photoshop or Illustrator.
Decora Arabic’s simplified forms may be artificial obliqued in InDesign or Illustrator, without any loss in quality for the effected text.
D. An attractive typographic image. Decora Arabic was developed for multiple languages and writing conventions. Decora Arabic supports Arabic, Persian and Urdu. It also includes proportional and tabular numerals for the supported languages.
E. The highest degree of calligraphic grace and the clarity of geometric typography.
This typeface offers a fine balance between calligraphic tradition and the Roman aesthetic common in Latin typography.
TTF | 1 Font | + JPG Preview
CM 764139 - Frosted Glass Effects Actions
Frosted Glass Effects Photoshop Actions. Very easy to use! Fast and Fantastic result!All settings are editable. Instruction included.
• Frosted backgound effect Action - Very easy to use. Just make a selection and play the Action.
• Frosted backgound effect Action -inverse selection version.
• Four different Text & Shape styles Actions in 4 sizes (Xlarge, Large, Medium, Small) - All styles settings are editeble too.
• Step by step PDF Tutorial.
• The file type: .ATN
• Please, note! Textures and photos are not included.
• This action set is tested in Photoshop CS5
Styled after late 1800's lettering, LHF Elixir lends itself to authentic period designs. Set includes 4 fonts: Regular, Shadow, Inset 1 & Inset 2, each with over 50 bonus alternates.
OTF | 4 Fonts | + JPG Preview
The Posterama™ typeface family contains 63 fonts and is a true journey through space and time. Designed by Jim Ford, each Posterama family contains 7 weights from Thin to Ultra Black, in 9 distinct families. What makes Posterama so unique and versatile are the eight alternative display families. By making use of a collection of alternative glyphs, Posterama sets an evocative flavor to visualize an entire century of futuristic reference points from art, architecture, poster design and science fiction into one family.
Posterama Text is the base family. It has the most robust character set including upper and lowercase glyphs and pan-European language support (including Greek and Cyrillic). Note: all the other Posterama variants described below do not have lowercase letters or Greek and Cyrillic support.
Posterama 1901 recalls the decoratively geometric style of Art Nouveau from the turn of the 20th century. Letterforms such as the slender, snaking ‘S’, the high-waisted ‘E’ and the underlined ‘O’ revive the spirit of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the designers of the Viennese Secession.
Posterama 1913 pays homage to the Armory Show, or 1913 Exhibition of Modern Art, which brought the revolutionary work of European artists such as Picasso, Duchamp and Kandinsky to the US for the first time to the shock and astonishment of press and public. Near-abstract, angular characters such as the ‘A’, ‘E’ and ‘N’ hint at cubism’s jagged and clashing planes.
Posterama 1919 uses a small, but important, variation to set a tone when the Bauhaus was founded, and the surge in radical European typography that followed. The straight-sided, roundheaded ‘A’ adds a flavor of 1919 – this style of ‘A’ can still be seen in the Braun logo, designed in 1934.
Posterama 1927 captures the year of Metropolis, The Jazz Singer and Paul Renner’s pioneering, geometric Futura typeface from 1927, which had a profound influence on design in the US and Europe.
Posterama 1933 – With its low-waisted, sinuous designs, the Posterama 1933 typeface family echoes lettering of the Art Deco period, which in turn had its roots in Art Nouveau, the key influence on Posterama 1901. The two fonts make a great team and can be used interchangeably.
Posterama 1945 features a few Cyrillic characters to conjure up an era when Russian art and political posters made their mark in cold war propaganda, espionage and also giant aliens and monsters.
Posterama 1984 takes its typographic influences from George Orwell’s classic novel, publicity for the dystopian action and sci-fi movies (Blade Runner, Videodrome and Terminator) and games like Space Invaders and Pac-Man that made an impact at that time.
Posterama 2001 was inspired by Stanley Kubrick’s science fiction masterpiece, which made extensive use of the Futura typeface. Posterama 2001 finds its cosmic orbit with its nosecone-style ‘A’ from NASA’s much-missed ‘worm’ logotype. There’s an echo, too, in Bauhaus designs from as early as 1920, whose minimalist, geometric lettering also featured a crossbar-less ‘A’.
OTF | 63 Fonts | + JPG Preview
Tosia is a modern, geometric, clean, elegant and versatile font family designed with neutrality, beautiful proportion and excellent legibility in mind. This professional, contemporary sans serif has slightly condensed dimensions, which make it a great typeface for situations, where space saving is needed. Tosia’s broad variety of weights makes it suitable for headlines of all sizes, as well as for long and short paragraphs of text. It is excellent for on-screen use, for web applications, user interfaces, as well as for all kind of print purposes, like branding, packaging and editorial design. Tosia consists of 20 fonts - 10 weights and their corresponding italics. It has extended language support including cyrillic and true italics, as well as broad number of OpenType features, such as small caps, case sensitive forms, ligatures, stylistic alternates, contextual alternates, lining, oldstyle, tabular, small cap and circled figures, slashed zero, fractions, superscript and subscript, ordinals, currencies and symbols.
OTF | 20 Fonts | + JPG Preview
Created by Bern-based designer Thomas Hirter, Lunica is a single line weight serif font available in four styles—thin, light, regular, and medium—for both italic and roman type. Inspired by the basic letterforms of the cinema subtitles during his years in Stockholm, Hirter added serifs to reflect the charm of the Swedish language. The serifs are abstracted with a geometric quarter circle, and they give the unique typeface a poetic character. Nonetheless, Lunica offers great legibility at small sizes.
OTF | 4 Fonts | + JPG Preview