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High-Logic recently released FontCreator 7 , introducing OpenType layout features, web font support, optical metrics, and a lot more.
Detailed information, screen shots, and a trial version are available through the product page.
We appreciate feedback; both here and at the forum:
Thought you all might be interested in knowing that FF (Fontfont) faces are now available at MyFonts:
“Kamenica” - named after a beautiful small mountain river in Serbia - is a font family containing 3 weights: Light, Regular and Bold.
The Kamenica river is only a few meters wide. Mostly shallow and cold, clear and green, it was the direct inspiration source for the creation of this condensed typeface. As our other typefaces, “Kamenica” also combines traditional shapes with modern forms, tall x-height and a collection of more than 300 glyphs.
Comparing the river with the font, we could say that letters are the fishes that lives in the Kamenica river and that the font weights are the seasons in which this river shows most of its own character.
Find out more at: http://www.tourdefonts.com/font-catalog/kamenica/
This is my new release Edvard:
Just finished a redesign of Pixilate, my small foundry with mostly handwritten/handdrawn fonts. It is now mobile and tablet friendly and uses a friendlier system for purchases. I also released Bellota, an open source (OFL) display sans.
Feedback is welcome on both site & fonts. :)
Does the world really need one more vernacular pop culture typeface? We here, at astroluxtype shout a resounding yes!
Sure, you can find the apex of fine font design that will have your mind and eyes burst with joy at the level of sophistication and craftsmanship they exhibit- Koo Koo Puff Condensed and Light Condensed are not one of those fonts. But if kooky goofy is your thing, we're selling it at the astroluxtype booth.
My new typeface, "Columbia Titling", is now on sale at MyFonts and for a limited time is just $8 for four weights!
Columbia Titling is an titling-caps display family based on wide Clarendon-style wood type and industrial signage design from the late-19th and early-20th Century. It includes a small set of OpenType features, including both tabular and proportional figures, special superscript ordinal suffixes, underlined superscript alternate letters, and OpenType fractions. The typeface takes its name from the historic S.S. Columbia, a steamboat launched in 1903. Though not a true reproduction, the wide, slab serif letterforms on the front of the Columbia's wheelhouse provided some inspiration for to develop this typeface. Enjoy!
Sorry for the error. I posted in the wrong forum, here again the question.
The basic question concerning the use of Roboto. Is this font is suited for print work or it's a font to use in Web only? The second issue is about the license, may I use it for print on corporate use (no object will be sale with the font on it, example: no tshirt, no poster…). Thanks
Hello 2013, Bellissima Script is the first Sudtipos release of the year.
While in the same vein and spirit as Burgues and Compendium, Bellissima began from an entirely different thread as those fonts. It started with Alex Trochut generously showing me a gorgeous lettering book from his grandfather's library: Bellezas de la Caligrafía, by Ramón Stirling, 1844. Stirling was one of the Latin calligraphy pioneers who introduced a refined version of English calligraphy in Spain and made it popular in the nineteenth century.
Bitblox has just been released at Glyfyx.
Featuring 8 super pixelated fonts: Regular, Embiggened, Stackable, Outline, Dimensional, Monospaced, Blocked and Dingbats.
Bitblox is an offshoot from the Bitblox Alphabet Blocks. The whole typeface comes as a free bonus when the Alphabet Blocks are purchased.
Just in time for Xmas and New Year celebration we are proud to introduce a new font to our growing collection.
Platinus Script Pro is the latest example of what has now become a Sudtipos tradition: Adapting conventional calligraphic methods from the last two centuries to produce modern digital scripts for the current one.
This time the resulting font explores the evolution of invitation scripts from the classic commercial lettering of the 1930s to the ideas clearly visible in the greeting cards of the 1980s and 1990s.
Most base characters are made up of a single stroke, with some of strokes driven from the top down,
Meleo is the font I put out for critique almost a year ago. After endless tweaking and retouching, now it’s finished, and can be found in MyFonts under the following link:
The Regular weight is almost free, I hope I can also get some students to buy it ;^) Please let me know what you think!
With the new year ahead it is time for thinking about calendars!
I'm working on a calendar project since 2009.
This year it's the fourth time for me to produce the Typographic Wall Calendar and I wanted to share that with you.
We would like to share with the community the release of our lastest project called Neuron.
Neuron is a fresh and modern sans-serif family with a neutral and soft appearance that make it very versatile. Its possibilities are increased not only by the inclusion of true italics but by the coverage of Latin, Central European and Cyrillic characters also. The italic variants have a slight cursive influence but keep their sleekness at the same time.
Introducing our latest font family called "Vezus".
Includes Light, Regular, Bold and Black weights.
Find out more on:
Available from (during the week in most of the shops):
Sintesi Sans scores because of its readability, robustness and contemporary style. Its is a true Sans Serif and therefore really flexible, universally applicable especially as a body text font and in a broad number of other applications.
Download the trial version of the font families Sintesi and Mimix for free:
Catchy monoline script inspired by hand made products, from picky tasty food, soaps, chocolates, candies to ice creams, textile products and wedding invitations.
Refren comes as our 25th font family, on 7th May, on our 3rd birthday.
(will be available in all shops in next few days)
Sutturah – dangerous curves!
Designed by Octavio Pardo, Sutturah is a display font intended for poster and editorial design. It was born as an exploration of new text patterns. The font combines very detailed and constructed shapes with script flavour. The design has varied influences, from gothic fraktur to the display super black high contrasted wood types.
The second release from astroluxtype, Dragon Fang, is a single weight headline display font. The style suggests Medieval font forms but in a contemporary sense. The font contains uppercase and lowercase letterforms which include a few alternate characters, look for the swash "B" and "D" to give your design project a special look. Influenced by everything from Rick Griffin and Linotext to tribal tattoo art this font will bring a contemporary edge to your design projects. Fantasy book cover art to that goth album cover you should find many uses for astroluxtype's Dragon Fang. Available Now at Myfonts.com Link: http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/astrolux/dragon-fang/
The second release from astroluxtype, Dragon Fang, is a single weight headline display font. The style suggests Medieval font forms but in a contemporary sense. The font contains uppercase and lowercase letterforms which include a few alternate characters, look for the swash "B" and "D" to give your design project a special look. Influenced by everything from Rick Griffin and Linotext to tribal tattoo art this font will bring a contemporary edge to your design projects. Fantasy book cover art to that goth album cover you should find many uses for astroluxtype's Dragon Fang. Available Now at Myfonts.com Link: http://www.new.myfonts.com/fonts/astrolux/dragon-fang
We are proud to announce the release of Aventura
Aventura is burlesquely round, stylishly seductive, eternally sugar-fixed, and loving to a fault. Plenty of stylistic alternates are included to heighten the mood or soften it. Either way you look at it, there's a lot of love in the air.
To license please visit here
Sintesi diffears from the usual conformation of a Megafamily.
Strictly speaking are both Sintesi and the new release semiserif fonts.
Indeed the two sisters could not be different. While Sintesi unfolds its traditional character, its strong contrast and the perceptible feather-ductus the new release features robust and contemporary forms.
Which naming do you consider appropriate to describe this situation? Thanks for your vote and suggestions.