Roes Blues Font

Category: Fonts, Date: 23-05-2017, 00:38, Views: 29

 

Roes Blues Script Font it's an modern typeface with a tasty flow. Roes Blues Script features alternate characters, including initial,& end swashes terminal, ligatures and International support for most Western Languages is included.

Valeria - Display Font

Category: Fonts, Date: 23-05-2017, 00:34, Views: 28

 

Unique vintage ornamental style custom serif font with 6 styles: regular and grunge, inline and inline grunge & bold & bold grunge.

Arcon Serif Font

Category: Fonts, Date: 23-05-2017, 00:33, Views: 14

 

Arcon - hand painted serif font. Ideal for invitations, logos, branding, blogs, handmade craft items, scrap booking, printed paper items and more.

Saol Text Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 23-05-2017, 00:31, Views: 24

 

At various moments in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, typographers have cast an eye back to Victorian styles – not so much in a rejection of Modernism as a whole, but perhaps in response to the sterile and banal way it is often applied. Many serif faces of the late 1800s exhibit characteristics that run counter to the regularity and soberness of modern type, yet depart unabashedly from traditional calligraphic ideals. Ronaldson (MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan, 1884), Caxton Old Style (Marder, Luse & Co, 1889), and West Old Style (Barnhart Brothers & Spindler, 1892) exemplify a string of American releases from that period, each with an "old style” structure but exaggerated elements, such as long, sharp terminal serifs, thin hairlines, and truncated descenders.

Saol Display Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 23-05-2017, 00:30, Views: 17

 

At various moments in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, typographers have cast an eye back to Victorian styles – not so much in a rejection of Modernism as a whole, but perhaps in response to the sterile and banal way it is often applied. Many serif faces of the late 1800s exhibit characteristics that run counter to the regularity and soberness of modern type, yet depart unabashedly from traditional calligraphic ideals. Ronaldson (MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan, 1884), Caxton Old Style (Marder, Luse & Co, 1889), and West Old Style (Barnhart Brothers & Spindler, 1892) exemplify a string of American releases from that period, each with an "old style” structure but exaggerated elements, such as long, sharp terminal serifs, thin hairlines, and truncated descenders.

JayBird Font

Category: Fonts, Date: 23-05-2017, 00:28, Views: 13

 

This is the JayBird font: a brush-lettered font with personality! Available in TTF file with lower and uppercase alphabet, symbols, and numbers.

Balmy Brush Font

Category: Fonts, Date: 23-05-2017, 00:27, Views: 15

 

Balmy is handmade brush font designed for everything vintage and grungy! I wanted to create a more bolder and loud typeface that has that hipster feel.

Lemon Days Typeface

Category: Fonts, Date: 23-05-2017, 00:25, Views: 10

 

Lemon Days is a humanist san serif inspired by retro diner signs from the 1950's and 60's. The typeface is characterized by it's bold brush strokes which are thicker at the top and thinner towards the bottom of each form. The name represents a typeface that alludes to the experience of a refreshing lemonade stand in the summertime. LemonDays also works well when used in a graphic novel or comic book setting.

Analogia Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 23-05-2017, 00:24, Views: 10

 

Analogia is a digital interpretation of types used in the mid-18th century in books printed at Leuven by Martin van Overbeke. It is intended primarily for use in running text. The roman is businesslike, yet with a distinct personality; it has a generous x-height and is slightly condensed, though without appearing cramped. It is complemented by a more lively italic, which retains some irregularities in the angle of slant that are characteristic of the original.

Nicotine Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 23-05-2017, 00:23, Views: 10

 

Need to cram a zillion words on to a single page? Nicotine is your vice. Cram it. Nicotine Jazz is a bit more musical as it trades uppercase and lowercase letters for an interesting unicase effect. Italic can be used for extra emphasis. The condensed nature of the Nicotine fonts allows for impressive use at larger, poster sizes. Another interesting tidbit? The I in Nicotine is a silhouette of a traditional filtered cigarette; that’s how the font got its name.
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