serif

Novo Typo - Caren

Forums: 

Novo Typo recently designed the corporate identity of the largest women-organisation in The Netherlands; Vrouwen van Nu. An important part of the design is the custom-made typeface 'Caren', a font which we created especially for 'Vrouwen van Nu'.

Caren is a remarkable and playful font, which gives the organization a fresh and modern look and feel. The typeface is a happy mixture between uni-, upper-, and lowercase principals. It is an invitation for all designers and non-designers to play around with text and design.

More info: http://novotypo.nl/index.html

Novo Typo - Caren

Novo Typo recently designed the corporate identity of the largest women-organisation in The Netherlands; Vrouwen van Nu. An important part of the design is the custom-made typeface 'Caren', a font which we created especially for 'Vrouwen van Nu'.

Caren is a remarkable and playful font, which gives the organization a fresh and modern look and feel. The typeface is a happy mixture between uni-, upper-, and lowercase principals. It is an invitation for all designers and non-designers to play around with text and design.

More info: http://novotypo.nl/index.html

Guimarães 2012, European Capital of Culture, Official Programme Book | Serif

Hi all,

can anybody help me identifying the Serif here?
http://behance.vo.llnwd.net/profiles5/110669/projects/3629935/hd_4a73e65...

It's from the "Guimarães 2012, European Capital of Culture, Official Programme Book" by Atelier Martino&Jana.
More pictures here: http://www.behance.net/gallery/European-Capital-of-Culture-Programme-Boo...

Thanks so much,
G

Cinzel. A typeface inspired in first century roman inscriptions

Forums: 


Hi people I would like to introduce you to my latest design, Cinzel.
Cinzel is a typeface inspired in first century roman inscriptions, and based on classical proportions. However it’s not a simple revivalism. While it conveys all the ancient history of the latin alphabet it also merges a contemporary feel onto it.

More info:
http://www.behance.net/gallery/Cinzel-Typeface/5654455

Thanks!

FontBank Font List

Hello Typophiles, I'm looking for an exact whole list of 330 typefaces from FontBank, Inc; Anyway, If there's any questions, let us know, and everyone will post it.

Anyway, here is a list of approx. 330 typefaces from FontBank, Inc. - all in complete alphabetical order:

• Abbess
• Acappella
• Acclamation
• Acclamation Italic
• Accord
• Acme
• Acropolis
• Addled
• Alfredo
• Alison
• Altoona
• Amethyst
• Andorra
• Anglophile
• Anthony
• Anthony Italic
• Antic
• Appleby
• Articulate
• Aubrey
• Author
• Autumn
• Ballet
• Ballet Engraved
• Balthazar
• Banderole
• Bandicoot
• Bangle
• Baskerville
• Bastion
• Bastion Italic
• Battle
• Battle Italic
• Bendal Gothic Italic
• Benson
• Bering
• Bianca
• Biorst
• Blarney
• Blocky
• Bodoni Extra Bold

Emigre's Vendetta

Forums: 

Hi,

I'm a big fan of Emigre's Vendetta, its ciselled look and calligraphic/venitian touch. I'm working on a project where I might get to used it and I would like to get a nice compagnon/s for it to be used for display, graphics, but eventually also captions and short text... maybe a geometric sans to contrast Vendetta but I'm very open

I came across two examples that i thought were interesting (slabs in this case) but once I've put them next to each other it didn't really drive me crazy. Moreover I haven't found available fonts close to them. I'm attaching previews if you don't feel like navigating away:

1) Mark Bally's Oberland http://www.marcbally.ch/oberland-slab-light/

Webfont: a legible, good quality grotesk/serif combination. Choices and alternatives

Forums: 

Hi everybody,
looking for a font combination for a web editorial project I'm working on (a magazine focused mainly on stories and opinion but also with short news, let's say in a 70/30% proportion). A sidenote: I'm not the graphic designer, guess I'm the "creator".
Since I spend most of my days reading, print and on screen, I really like looking at good typograpghy and even if I'm waaaaay far from being an expert, I'd like to choose a bunch of typefaces myself and then discuss with the graphic designer.
Anyway, I'd like to use a sans for titles/headlines and a serif for long text. The layout is clean, with colors and composition vaguely inspired to the 60-70s italian and european magazines, but It looks like a website, so It's not "old" or "vintage".