Introducing Merong, a versatile serif font that adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to your design projects. Whether you’re creating a print or digital design, Merong is the perfect typeface for capturing attention and delivering your message in style.
Pure Malone is a serif font design published by Letterhend Studio Published by Letterhend StudioDownload Pure Malone
Say hello to Grenoble, the sans-serif font that combines the best of modern design with the elegance of vintage feels. With its monoline strokes and clean lines, Grenoble is both simple and sophisticated. Choose between the regular and slant styles
Introducing Roman Pride, a fresh and stylish font duo that features an elegant serif font and a charming script font. The combination of the two fonts creates a perfect harmony that is both classic and modern. Whether you’re working on
Introducing the New Icon Font Duo. This luxury script and timeless serif are perfectly designed for one another-not only are they strong standalone fonts, but will pair beautifully when placed side by side. Feeling creative? They can even be mixed
Kentt is a creative font that will make your work pop. It has the power to take any project and elevate it into something truly extraordinary! Published by dhammadhaDownload Kentt
BB Strata Pro is the first font with only octagon angles (±45°), polyspacing (same width in every weight), optical shape and monoline variants for any type of use. The ideographic system was created for an exhibition in 2015 to visualize
On the basis of the classical form, Shapiro meets all the requirements that are placed on a good font, such as good readability, a sympathetic overall impression, as well as a balanced gray-effect. Shapiro boasts horizontal and vertical strokes that
Temper Wide was designed in 2018 by type designer Jeschke in Berlin. The font consists of many cuts from light to bold and is formally based on its predecessor, Sequel 100. A characteristic feature of the Temper Wide is the
DoubleBass is a four weights display type family with a cartoon modern aesthetic, inspired by the film title design of Saul Bass. Its main feature is the programmed switching between two interlocking sets of uppercases resulting in a bouncy visual
Sequel 100 Wide was designed in 2018 by type designer Jeschke in Berlin. It is based on the sans-serif typefaces of the early 19th century. A characteristic feature of the Sequel 100 is the almost equal thickness of the vertical
In a pit of darkness, choked in fog on a black night, comes a clear message. Fingers clasping, lighting nerves and neurons, showing that the way was right here all along. It’s the Special Touch of a trusted companion–your best
You can’t Play Time, player. Time does not play. Mess around and it runs out, like quarters on a countdown. Try to hold it and it slips past, greasy and sinuous, leaving you falling, like leaves of a lost season.
Unfortunately we rarely meet typefaces which still show the formal quality of the time of our grandfathers or even the technical progress in their interior with the design of their exterior. A rare example is Sequel Rounded whose shapes combine