Fonts tagged as: geometric

Maquina

/ October 20, 2019

A collaboration between Leandro Castelao (illustrator) and Ale Paul (type designer) for Sudtipos as part of the first project at the foundry between illustration and type design to create a collection of colorfonts. About the font: Machinery, cables, and geometry are the playground were Maquina’s been created. I imagined something intricate but at the sameRead more

Motiraw

/ October 19, 2019

Motiraw is contemporary sans-serif typeface made up of 28 fonts across 7 weights with normal and alternate options. It’s a unique and modern sans typeface, which is well suited for a variety of typographic applications such as headlines and small texts. Motiraw font family supports multiple languages and is available as both webfont and desktopRead more

Provoke

/ October 19, 2019

Provoke, a fresh and funky inline typeface with 10 stunning font variations! Inspired by Art Deco design, Provoke is a powerful display typeface that features sharp geometric design and stunning inline cutouts of varying styles. This typeface is boldly rooted in modern urban culture and can create two incredibly distinct visual styles based on theRead more

Mojita

/ October 18, 2019

Mojita is a geometric typeface, with a beautifully balanced intricate design. Mojita was inspired by Japanese Art Deco, as well as Aztec & Mayan pattern design. Completely uppercase, it houses 300+ Glyphs, and contains extended language support. Mojita has great versatility in its application, especially perfect as a font combo with handwritten typeface overlays. ButRead more

Jelion Stencil

/ October 18, 2019

Jelion Stencil was created inspired by mecha animes and that iconic style that TDR created back in the 90s. It uses bold and geometric shapes that work great with tight spacing. – More than 400 Glyphs – Full Accented Character Set – Numbers + Punctuation Marks – International Characters Published by Noem9 Studio Download JelionRead more

Point Soft

/ April 6, 2019

Point Soft is more than the rounded edges version of Point, it is a reinterpretation of what a geometric soft font should look like. Clean, simple, and above all: huggable. Point Soft conveys that warm and soft feeling. With 20 styles it gives you a lot of versatility (From Hairline to Black), plus it comesRead more

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