New Font: Highball

New Font: Highball

BUY NOW TRY DEMO Custom Preview Highball is a bold font in every sense of the word. Yes, its weight is heavy and pronounced in the traditional meaning of bold, but it is also of an extreme height which could be considered bold, and of a boldly progressive style. Highball features a full character set as well as small caps, …


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New Font: Carillon

BUY NOW TRY DEMO Custom Preview You may recall a couple of months ago when we had some font samples posted on the page to vote on. Well, the winner of the vote by a significant margin was a sample of lettering by Samuel Welo, and now as promised, it is available as our newest font: Carillon. They font is …


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New Font: Mannering

BUY NOW TRY DEMO Custom Preview Mannering is a new font design derived from some samples of an uppercase letter set by Samuel Welo, with additional lowercase characters and numbers added to it in the same style. It is a sans serif font with calligraphic lines and distinctive embellished horizontal crossbars. It’s a great font for titling but also works …


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Featured Font: Sanhedrin

BUY NOW TRY DEMO Custom Preview Sanhedrin is a decorative futuristic font, which features two distinct sets of different characters and a number of additional special characters.  It draws some characters from the Greek alphabet and also has some unusual art nouveau character forms and a strange biblical name just for fun. The demo version of Sanhedrin with a limited …


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New Font: Lyceum

BUY NOW TRY DEMO Custom Preview Lyceum has the stylized shape and look of a font designed for the program at a lecture hall, hence the name. It is super bold but remains highly readable at fairly small sized, though the contrasts are dramatic. It features only an uppercase characters set because the style of the font didn’t translate well …


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Featured Font: Roughwork

BUY NOW TRY DEMO Custom Preview Roghwork is a unique font which combines a decoarative upper case character set with a simple set of lowercase characters. Designed primarily for use in titles and posters, the uppercase characters are based on samples of hand-drawn master designs for a set of roman-style capitals, with the guide and measurement lines included, showing how …


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Classic Font: Reynard

BUY NOW TRY DEMO Custom Preview Reynard is a classic font based on hand lettering from the decorative frontispiece of a book of French fairytales published in the 1890s.  It looks like a combination of art nouveau lettering and stylized Celtic calligraphy. Since we first released it in 2001 it has been fairly popular, particularly for use in commercial packaging, …


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Featured Font: Sepultura

Featured Font: Sepultura

It’s Halloween season so it seems essential to feature a horror font and Sepultura is a stand-out choice. It combines extreme and stylized gothic calligraphy with special embellishments with a unique supernatural theme, like the devil-tail swashes and strategically placed decorative skulls.


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New Font: Folkard Caption

BUY NOW TRY DEMO Custom Preview Our original Folkard font has achieved near legendary status as one of the most interesting calligraphic title fonts of the contemporary era.  It has been enormously popular and appeared on movie titles, book covers, t-shirts and games.  However it is not the only style of lettering which early 20th century illustrator Charles Folkard used.  …


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Featured Font: Squiffy

BUY NOW TRY DEMO Custom Preview Squiffy is a fun font. It has a background in arts and crafts style font design, but rather than the regular, architectural character forms and arrangements, the characters are wild and irregular and highly varied. There are two distinct versions of every character, with variations in form and size. The overall resulting look is …


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Juarez: New Font

Juarez: New Font

Grand Concours is based on lettering designed for a poster for the equestrian competition which was held at the Paris Hippodrome starting in the 1920s. The Grand Concours itself started in the 1860s, and is basically the French answer to an American rodeo.


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New Font: Startling Stories

BUY NOW TRY DEMO Custom Preview Startling Stories was a pulp-era science fiction magazine known for its lurid covers by Earle K. Bergey and its eye-catching title designs. It was a companion to Thrilling Wonder Stories and Fantastic Stories. The magazine was very successful in the immediate post-war period, but as the golden age of pulp magazines faded in the …


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Featured Font: Slava

BUY NOW TRY DEMO Custom Preview Slava is based on lettering by legendary Art Nouveau master Alphons Mucha from his later post-Parisian period when he returned to Prague and did a lot of design work in support of the slavic nationalist movement. The letter forms still have many of the characteristics of his theatrical posters from the 1890s, but some …


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New Font: Ripley

BUY NOW TRY DEMO Custom Preview Ripley is a new titling font with a bold character weight and a somewhat randomly distressed and unbalanced, tall and narrow sans serif look.  It includes capital letters and custom small caps weighted to match the capitals.  It is based on the title lettering from the original 1955 pulp paperback printing of Patricia Highsmith’s …


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Featured Font: Bilitis

  BUY NOW TRY DEMO Custom Preview Bilitis is an original “brush script” style font we designed for a project back in 1998 and released then with some success.  It has a strong visual appeal with rough hewn character forms which are very unusual.  In this new release we’ve also added a larger selection of alternate character forms and ligatures …


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New Font: Escargot

BUY NOW TRY DEMO Custom Preview Escargot is based on lettering from the cover of an early pulp novel I came across a couple of months ago. It’s a strong example of a distinctive style of sign and poster lettering from the 1930, characterized by super high contrast between the weighting on the left and right sides of the character. …


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