St. Ives Font


In honor of Cyber Monday, which some people are now expanding to be a whole Cyber Week, we’re releasing St. Ives, a new modernistic font with unique riser and descender characters which give it an unusual linear look. It will be featured in a new edition of our Futuristic Fonts which will be released later in the week.St. Ives has uniformly square base characters with unique ascenders and descenders which rise far above and sink far below the baseline of the font. It’s visually arresting, but still quite readable, and the futuristic character is impossible to ignore.

You can view St. Ives by using our new type preview tool to view custom samples of text in this font. Or alternatively you can download the demo version with a limited character set for free.

And if you like it, you can download the full version with lots of variant characters from our OMLINE STORE for just $24.



Custom Preview




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