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This is my new typeface Turbine. It will be part of the fontfont family soon but I think it is still a lot of work to do. The idea is quite simple: A squarish grotesk with open apertures. I would be very happy to get some comments and suggestions.
I'm looking for suggestions for a headline and body typeface system of one or two max typefaces that will pair well on-screen with an existing logo that uses very tightly kerned Trebuchet. Aiming for elegance, readability and approachable in the high-tech zone. All suggestions are very appreciated. Thank you.
Does anyone tell me what type of font is this?
I'm working on the bold version of my first typeface.
Does it look good?
Please it would be great to hear some comments about it.
I am delighted to announce the release of my first commercial font, Camphor™ now available in six weights with corresponding italics from Fonts.com, Linotype.com and ITCFonts.com. (Camphor™ is also available to commercial subscribers of Fonts.com Web Fonts.)
Camphor™ comes in OpenType Standard and Pro formats with broad support for Central and Eastern European langauages.
OpenType features include:
I think I'm having an off few days, I can't for the life of me figure out what the typeface is on the cover of the new Mogwai album. What's this sans serif?
Ardoise PTF, inspired by the best of newspapers needs, renews taste for simple and tense shapes. A new 45 series, 4 widths sanserif family.
→ You will received an printed specimen with your purchase.
→ Be among the first ten to buy a pack of Ardoise PTF and receive the PTF bag with your purchase! Normally it apply only to any purchase superior to €211.
Thanks in advance.