The latest release of our MapMaker fonts features 15 original fonts. It includes fonts for mapping terrain, fonts of complete building plans, fonts for designing buildings and a selection of cartographic lettering fonts.

Basilica is a font of architectural elements for designing floorplans of churches, castles, houses and other buildings. It includes a variety of wall thicknesses, windows, doors, stairs and other essential pieces which you can easily assemble in any graphics or desktop publishing program to create impressive, easy to understand layouts for anything from a hut to a palace to a house by house map of a city.

The characters in Ortelius can be combined to make traditional geographical maps in an antique style. They include segments of coastline and rivers which can be combined in thousands of different patterns, plus city, town and fortification emblems, terrain symbols, compass symbols and everything else you need for a high-quality map of your world or key parts of it.

Our Landscape fonts are a pair of fonts containing landscape symbols, images and textures ideal for adding details to your maps and plans, such as trees, rocks, terrain features and other important elements of the environment.

Cityscape is mainly a decorative font, but it can add flair to your maps and plans. Each character is the silhouette of a building and they can be combined to create a complete panorama of a city.

Samarkand is a decorative building silhouette font like Cityscape, but with a middle eastern theme. It includes mosques and towers and all the elements of a medieval islamic city.

Our three floorplan fonts include Temples, Castles and Houses. Each font includes a large selection of complete building floorplans which you can access with a few key clicks. Plans include original designs and notable historic buildings, mostly medieval and renaissance designs.

These six fonts have been selected as particularly useful for lettering and captioning maps and plans. Brandywine is based on the lettering of Howard Pyle and is very clear and readable in small sizes, despite having a hand-drawn look. Queensland is a bold, hand-drawn italic font ideal for titles and captions. Windlass is a bold titling font with an antique look ideal for headings and large captions. In some of the alternate character locations it includes decorative map elements with a pirate theme. Buccaneer is based on hand lettering by Howard Pyle for his Book of Pirates. Walsingham is very similar to the lettering style favored by 16th century English mapmakers. Pavane is similar to the style of continental mapmakers like Abraham Ortelius. All six fonts are versatile and are similar to typefaces and lettering styles used on historical maps of the 15th and 16th centuries.

The newest additions for the 5th edition of the collection include the John Speed font set, Platthand and the new Hexmap cartographic font for wargame design.

The LITE version of the package includes just the fonts for only $49. The PLUS version includes all the fonts, plus the color design elements and over a hundred antique maps for only $79 (only on CD). The current release is the new 5th edition of the package. If you have the 2nd or 3rd edition you can upgrade for only $49. If you have the 4th edition you can upgrade and get all the new material for $25. Upgrades include a complete new CD. You can order or upgrade from our online ordering page. Just CLICK HERE or call us at

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To get an idea of what our MapMaker fonts are like, try out this demo version of our Floorplan fonts. It combines selected floorplans from all three of our Floorplan fonts.

Download Floorplans for Windows (PKZip). Download Floorplans for MacOS (StuffIt).