Abell Font Pack

Category: Fonts, Date: 15-03-2017, 23:29, Views: 17


Abell font a set of 5 different weight. It is a sans serif font with geometric shape and little art-deco touch. It’s a lovely and unique serif font in our website, allowing you to make each word look completely stylish! It Suits best for modern / clean designs, logos, headlines, banners & templates etc. It looks gorgeous in all caps with a wide-set spacing if you want to try a classy look, or beautiful on its own in capital and lowercase letters for something completely timeless. Pair with any font and create unlimited looks. It is available for (personal and commercial use) in both .OTF format. It pairs well with both script and sans-serif fonts and features single weight with multilingual letters.

Madelyn Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 13-03-2017, 23:09, Views: 103


Madelyn is a handwritten script font based on the expression of real handwriting. Amiable and organic, it is perfect if you want to convey individuality and style. It’s written with a calligraphy pen with casual dry strokes and a signature style.

Ringside Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 13-03-2017, 23:07, Views: 95


Designed for diversity instead of homogeneity, Ringside brings to the modern superfamily some of the charming individuality of the potluck sans serif.

Proxima Soft Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 13-03-2017, 23:03, Views: 81


Proxima Soft is a rounded version of Proxima Nova. With the same forty-eight styles (eight weights in three widths, plus italics), Proxima Soft fits the bill when you want something a bit warmer and more playful than its older sibling. It features the same extensive language support, including Greek and Cyrillic. It also has several alternate characters, such as a one-storey lowercase a, allowing you to customize its appearance in a variety of ways.

Radon Monogram Logo Font

Category: Fonts, Date: 13-03-2017, 23:00, Views: 79


Radon is stylish creative font family useful for creating titles, monograms and logos.
➤ TTF: Radon Regular, Radon Bold, Radon Deco
➤ OTF: Radon Regular, Radon Bold, Radon Deco
➤ Web Font (eot, svg, woff, woff2)

Farao Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 13-03-2017, 22:58, Views: 76


Originally designed in 1998 as 3-font family, updated in 2016 by new italics, SmallCaps and many OpenType functions, resulting in a set of highly visible poster typefaces.

Grand Hotel Pro Font

Category: Fonts, Date: 13-03-2017, 22:57, Views: 68


Our Grand Hotel Pro finds its inspiration from the title screen of the 1937 film "Cafe Metropole” starring Tyrone Power. This condensed upright connecting script has a classic flair and weight to it that feels subtly tied to Holiday and Bakery themed designs, even though it can work outside that genre.

MFC Diamondside Monogram Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 13-03-2017, 22:55, Views: 71


Diamondside Monogram finds its historical influence in our diamond-shaped Moissanite Monogram, however more squared up in form. This modern interpretation adds layerable chromatic faceting to the style for an updated look.

Monsieur La Doulaise Pro Font

Category: Fonts, Date: 13-03-2017, 22:53, Views: 71


The Charles Bluemlein Script Collection is an intriguing reminder of the heady days of hand lettering and calligraphy in the United States. From the early 1930s through World War II, there were about 200 professional hand letterers working in New York City alone. This occupation saw its demise with the advent of photo lettering, and after digital typography, became virtually extinct. The odd way in which the Bluemlein scripts were assembled and created - by collecting different signatures and then building complete alphabets from them - is a fascinating calligraphic adventure. Because the set of constructed designs looked nothing like the original signatures, fictitious names were assigned to the new script typefaces. The typeface styles were then showcased in Higgins Ink catalogs.

Cojonna Font

Category: Fonts, Date: 13-03-2017, 22:51, Views: 92


The »Cojonna« typeface combines the elegance and static quiescence of a Didone with playful swirls and pronounced, decorative ball terminals. Initial point for the typeface was an Antiqua with slab-like serifs, a strong contrast between thick and thin lines and wide ascender and descender.