Symphonie Grotesk Font Family
Symphonie Grotesk is a family of neo-grotesk-style sans serif fonts. There are five different weights available, ranging from Regular through Heavy. Each weight has an upright and an italic font on offer. Symphonie Grotesk’s italics are what really set it apart from other neo-grotesk families. Instead of just offering slanted, or oblique versions of the upright fonts’ letters, Symphonie Grotesk’s italic fonts include several unique, more cursive-style letterforms.
Bordonaro Spur Font
Bordonaro Spur - Bordonaro Script’s partner - is a typography strongly influenced by old beer labels and includes some serifs based on Frederic W. Goudy’s Copperplate, but with some softened spurs adding an elegant and soft texture to the text. It is ideal to be used on large bodies and has a set of special ligatures ideal to be used in branding:
Derbie & Cuttie Font Family - 2 Fonts
Monogram Chic Font
Monogram Chic is a collection of interlocking 2-letter monograms created by simply keying in the 2 letters desired. Typing AB or BA gives you the beautiful AB interlocking monogram.
XPress Font Family
»XPress« is a very distinct, expressive, typical new Sans. »XPress« is my new Sans-Serif that impresses – especially in small sizes – with its outstanding readability. Seven precisely calibrated weights from »Thin« to »Heavy« and its corresponding italics make this font-family universally usable. »XPress« got its bearings from the fabulous American »Gothic« fonts of the twenties of last century. Modern, present day elements, high lowercase letters and infinitesimal elegant slight curves in start- and end strokes make the font family not only great for body copy, but also very useful in advertising.
Sicero - 2 Fonts
Back in 1800 - 1900, the Serif fonts or known as Roman styles were very popular. Used in so many media, came from calligraphic technique and refined till it became a solid style even so many sign painters use this letter style back in that era. And today, these kinda style still got their fans who love the elegant yet clean solid style. That’s what this came for. Please welcome, Sicero Duo Fonts. Its a dynamic duo fonts that came in Serif and Sans-Serif style which is perfectly fit to each other. Bring the old vibes instantly to your project with them :)
Mariken Font Family - 6 Fonts
Mariken van Nieumeghen is a late medieval Dutch text from the early 16th century. The protagonist of the play (a young maid called Mariken) spends seven years with the devil (called Moenen), after which she is miraculously released. Mariken is a handmade font, which was based on the works of Robert Granjon (1545-1588), a French type designer and printer. Use it for product packaging, books and posters. Comes in 3 weights (with italics) and a hellish amount of diacritics.
Nordams Sans Serif Font Family - 12 Fonts
Nobbin was designed to be used in a children’s picture book called “Nothing to do...” written and illustrated by Tracy Sabin.