AquaType - Vector Watercolor Effects

Category: Illustrator Add-ons, Date: 21-01-2017, 01:25, Views: 1357


Get 100% vector watercolour effects directly in Illustrator. Using the technology behind my hugely successful product VectorPress, I've managed the impossible. To get realistic watercolour effects in Illustrator. All you have to do is choose 1 of the 20 watercolour textures, click play and you're done. It's literally that easy.
The effect also adds an inconsistent edges to the type, like you would get when working the paint to the edge of the water. At the same time it adds a hand written look to any font, which can be easily turned off if you're already working with hand drawn type.

Yoga, 25 High-Quality Stock Photos

Category: Stock Photos, Date: 21-01-2017, 01:18, Views: 941


Yoga, 25 High-Quality Stock Photos, JPEG Format, 300 DPI, 243 Mb

TT Hazelnuts Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 21-01-2017, 01:15, Views: 1118


TT Hazelnuts is a display sans-serif fontfamily containing a set of elegant and delicate decorative elements. Initially the family was designed for highly specialized areas, but we've decided to extend the number of typefaces and to make the family more universal. Despite its geometric essence, TT Hazelnuts reflects a touch of human hand you can take a calligraphic tool and, by turning it, draw pretty much the whole font.
TT Hazelnuts fontfamily is perfect for small text arrays, for instance, for fashion or advertising industries, and will also fit perfectly into layout of longer and more complex typographic systems thanks to a large variety of font weights (Thin, ExtraLight, Light, Regular, Medium, Bold, ExtraBold, Black, Heavy) and its real italics. It has already become a good tradition to include broad support of OT features into our new fonts. TT Hazelnuts is not an exception, it uses a large number of useful features: ordn, sinf, sups, numr, dnom, tnum, onum, frac, case.

Retiro Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 21-01-2017, 01:12, Views: 1287


Retiro is a daring interpretation of Spanish typography. Severe, austere and yet, full of life, Retiro is a vernacular version of Castilian and Andalusian in a typical Didot. Named after a lovely park in Madrid, Retiro started life as a a bespoke typeface designed to give a unique voice to the magazine Madriz. In 2006, the founder of Madriz was looking for a Didot for his new magazine. The Didot is the archetypal typeface used in high-end magazines. Retiro, based on Ambroise is a synthesis of these high contrast styles mixed with an Hispanic mind. Result is then, after 2-3 years of work, a typeface with countless variations Retiro in 2009 included 470 glyphs to establish typographic shades adapted to different sections and pages of the Madriz.