J. M. Bergling Art Nouveau Fonts

J. M. Bergling Art Nouveau Fonts

Over the last few years we’ve developed a number of fonts based on the hand lettering of early 20th century calligrapher J. M. Bergling. A lot of his work fits into the Art Nouveau category and of the notable calligraphers of the period his work particularly stands out as influential in the development of Art Nouveau derived poster lettering of …


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Fascination – A New Original Font

Fascination – A New Original Font

BUY NOW Fascination is based on graffiti calligraphy samples which have been regularized and regimented enough to be readable without losing the hand painted character of the letters.  It has some charming and unusual features while looking very natural and rough. Fascination includes full upper and lower character set, plus numbers and punctuation, plus it has both regular and bold …


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Goddard Font

Goddard Font

Goddard is a striking Art Nouveau font based on French advertising lettering. It was originally released in 2000 and has been one of our most popular fonts since then. It has been particularly popular in marketing and packaging applications.


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Architextura – A New Font

Architextura – A New Font

BUY NOW Architextura is a stylish and practical font based on hand lettering in the style used by architects and engineers on drawings and blueprints. It has a calligraphic quality to it, because it is based on hand drawn letters using a calligraphy pen, but the end result is very readable and very regular. Architextura includes full upper and lower …


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Medieval Fonts and Art

Medieval Fonts and Art

Click any font to see a larger sample.       he Middle Ages saw calligraphy and book decoration emerge as significant art forms. The demands of church and government administration as well as the birth of popular literature created a huge demand for written documents. Decorative manuscripts began to become popular with a wider audience, courts and governments required …


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The Poster Art of Mig Kokinda

The Poster Art of Mig Kokinda

A few years ago I came across some really interesting poster art by Mig Kokinda at Flatstock during SXSW. He’s more known locally in the Austin and San Antonio area for his work as a tattoo artist (currently working at Electric13 in Austin), but his poster art is extraordinary and you can hang it on a wall and enjoy it …


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Rossetti – A Classic Font Revised

Rossetti – A Classic Font Revised

BUY NOW     We first released the Rossetti font in 1994.  It was originally developed from samples of 19th century type for a book cover design. Since then we’ve seen it in all sorts of uses from packaging for tea to signage at the local farmers market.  The original shareware version has been widely disseminated and has always annoyed …


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Speakeasy – New Font

BUY NOW   Speakeasy is a font based on 1930s style poster lettering with a strong Art Deco influence. It has some unusual character forms, like the elongated “s” but includes more normal alternate character forms.  It’s pretty elegant.  Perfect for menu titles and text at a speakeasy. Speakeasy includes full upper and lower character set, plus numbers and punctuation, …


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Meme Font Collection

We’ve put together a very special collection of fonts just for making internet memes and captions. They’re all highly readable and visually striking, mostly sans serif and include upper and lower case fonts. They’re prefect for getting a point accross without using the same old fonts. There are eight fonts in the package, all original designs which you won’t find …


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Santa Sangre – A New Font

Santa Sangre – A New Font

BUY NOW         Santa Sangre is a 1960s era font based, but more of a California surf design style font than a psychedelic font. It has some unique characteristics, especially the disjointed character forms which make it really stand out. It would look great as a logo font on a line of surf boards. Santa Sangre features …


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Hendrix Psychedelic Font

Hendrix is one of our most classic and most quintessential psychedelic poster fonts. It is based on hand lettering from a number of posters and album covers produced in the 1960s and the early 1970s. It is a very striking font, quite recognizable and identified with the period.


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Classic Font: Scurlock Updated

Scurlock was originally developed back in 2001 and has been one of our most popular fonts in the fantasy genre since that time. It has been particularly popular for the covers of fantasy novels, with its dramatic and stylized characters. One of the shortcomings of the original version of Scurlock was that it had a set of custom small-caps instead …


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