Associate Slab Font Family
Associate Slab is a large family of ten sans serif fonts. Part of FontStore’s larger ‘Associate’ type system, Associate Slab was developed as the slab serif counterpart for Associate Sans. Nevertheless, its fonts could be used entirely on their own, too. Like its relatives in the overarching Associate type system, Associate Slab is a typeface intended for Editorial designers.
Pierson An Essential Serif Typeface Font Family - 3 Fonts
Bird House Script Font
OTF | TTF
Margon Font Family
Margon is a serif font family with a temperate design -- small serifs, moderate contrast, tiny roundings on the corners make it calm and serene. The Margon font family consists of 18 members divided into 4 groups of different proportions marked by indexes 360, 380, 400, 430. These values correspond to densities of sets -- 360 is the widest style, 430 is the most narrow one. The peculiarity of Margon family is a rather small difference in proportions of characters between neighbor groups, it’s less than 10%. Such tiny step gives possibility to select the font that gives the best result in combination of capacity and readability.
Glass Light Font Family
Glass Light was designed in 1912 by Franz Paul Glass for the Genzsch & Heyse foundry. The font is stylewise related to the “Lo types” of the same period. Glass designed a lot of decorative elements to go along with the font. I added Swashes, endletters and smallcaps to the set to make it complete. Since this type of font will probably not be used by many professionals, I did not put all the letters into one big OTF-version since most people don't have OTF-savy software. These fonts can and should be mixed for optimal results.
Yesie Script Font
OTF | TTF
Hancock Bold Condensed Font
Designed by Steve Jackaman. The Original design was produced by the Keystone Type Foundry, circa 1903; this condensed version was added circa 1917 by Lanston Monotype.
Sidoraby Font Family - 6 Fonts
Kimberia Script Font
OTF | TTF
Radcliffe Font Family
Radcliffe is a typeface family designed in 2018 by Cosimo Lorenzo Pancini and Andrea Tartarelli, as a reinvention of traditional Clarendon design in search of a "contemporary classic" typeface look. Tailor made for elegance, Radcliffe features the strong bracketed serifs, vertical stress, and little contrast of Clarendon's, refined with a humanist touch and a calligraphic approach, obvious in the italics.