Ring Soft, soft as cashmere... Cute set of the Ring font family! It probably won't get any softer than this. Ring Soft is a cool, varied, and trendy-looking display font. No matter the topic, this font will be an incredible asset to your fonts’ library, as it has the potential to elevate any creation. Cuter than ever and much prettier. Ring Soft and other fonts of Ring family is still very cozy and comfortable.
Remora Sans and its corporate business partner Remora Corp. Both styles include 5 individual width sets ranging from the condensed W1 to the extra-wide W5. Furthermore, with an impressive 7 weights (Thin to Ultra) and true matching italics in each pack Remora is an ultra versatile super family comprising 140 individual fonts, perfect for any typographic assignment or design brief. Remora was designed by G-Type founder Nick Cooke. Both the Sans and Corp families share the same proportions, with the exception of certain key characters that change the overall appearance. Remora Sans is an exuberant and characterful typeface while Remora Corp, as its name suggests, is a businesslike typeface more suited to corporate typography. Quite early on in the design process Nick decided to give Remora Corp equal billing instead of incorporating these glyphs as alternates or a stylistic set that may get overlooked. “I created two separate families after learning a valuable lesson with one of my earlier typefaces, Houschka”, says Nick. “Houschka contained distinctive rounded A’s W’s and w’s, with ‘straight’ styles as character alternates. Even though style sets and alternates are easy to activate they are rarely used, so after many requests for customised versions of the fonts with the straight characters as defaults it was decided to create the separate ‘Alt’ family. So I cut straight to the chase with the two Remora variants and created two complementary families.” Both sets contain many shared letterforms, but it is the alternate characters that significantly alter the appearance of each font. Remora has been carefully designed for optimum legibility at large and very small sizes. Although fairly monolinear in appearance, especially in the lighter weights, particular attention has been paid to optical correction like the overshoots of the curved characters. Open counters and painstaking attention to detail (e.g. weight contrast between horizontal and vertical strokes, junctions of shoulders and stems etc) all boost readability and make Remora a great choice across all media. Remora Sans and Corp are ‘humanist’ rather than ‘geometric’ in style, meaning they’re not strictly based on rectangles and circles, resulting in a warm and friendlier feel. The slightly ’super-elliptical’ rounded forms create generously attractive curves. Remora has very distinctive italics in that they are only inclined by 8 degrees, but are not just based on slanted uprights. The italic styles are very alluring when used for display at large sizes and the good news is they come bundled free with their respective uprights. Each family also contains many OpenType features including proportional and tabular numbers, small caps, discretionary ligatures, plus five stylistic sets for ultra versatile typography.
Benea Gama is a unique and weird display font is unlike any other. Its quirky and unconventional shapes challenge traditional design, adding an element of surprise and creativity to any project. Its unconventional style makes it perfect for innovative branding, unconventional marketing campaigns, and any project that requires a bold and memorable font that stands out from the crowd.
Garis Lurus is a strikingly modern serif font that is both stylish and unique. Its clean lines and geometric shapes give it a contemporary edge, while its classic serif elements provide a sense of timelessness. This font is perfect for those seeking a modern twist on traditional typography.
Rompies is a daring and assertive display font. No matter the topic, this font will be an incredibly asset to your fonts’ library, as it has the potential to elevate any creation.
Black Space is a cool and bold handwritten font that will easily turn any design idea into a standout!
Aicho is a beautiful and bold serif font. This font is suitable for invitation cards, decorations, clothing products, greeting cards and so much more.
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Montel is font that appears with style and character. A very suitable font to use in many ways for your latest projects. Perfect for logos & branding, photography, invitations, watermarks, advertisements, product designs, stationery, wedding designs, labels, product packaging, special events and much more.
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Mintmolly is a unique display font, with a friendly style that will bring your creative ideas to life. This font is great for creating postcards and greeting cards, as well as digital graphics or logo design.
Shining Bright is a beautiful and cute font, This font is PUA encoded which means you can access all of the glyphs and alternates with ease! It will look great on headlines, magazines, logos, branding and so much more!
Remora is an extensive new humanist sans serif which comes in 2 style variations, the effervescent Remora Sans and its corporate business partner.
Amoresa script was handwritten under inspiration of traditional calligraphy and the wonderful mystic soundtrack of Wojciech Kilar. This font comes with a clean and aged version, beautiful uppercase and lowercase alternates, ligatures and end-swashes. You can easy get alternate characters just by adding number 2, 3, or 4 after any uppercase. Each of them has from one to four stylistic alternates. Lowercase has alternates too. Aurora has eight lengths of end-swashes. Just add underscore and a number from 1 to 8 after any letter at the end of the word ( _1 _2 _3 ... _8). Amoresa has multi-lingual support (Western European characters) for the following languages: English, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish. In my examples I show how this script can be used. It's very well suited for logotypes, wedding invitations, alcohol labels, romantic cards and others. Recommended to use in Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop. The special features don't work in Microsoft Word.
This font was inspired by an old photographic film package I found. Over time, the vertical slits in the letters have become more complex and acquired slanted sections. The font is suitable for accidences: headlines, posters...