This Week in Fonts

An energetic upright from Type Together, a geometric sans by Lucas Sharp, a neutral sans from Wordshape, a graceful script by Giuseppe Salerno, a family full of character from Exljbris, a good humoured face by OurType, a Japanese inspired family from Thinkdust, a soft script by Maximiliano Sproviero, a Eurostile inspired sans from TypeManufactur, and a friendly family by Nootype.

Type Together: Bree Serif

Designed by José Scaglione & Veronika Burian

A young and energetic upright italic that approaches readers with hip and somewhat elegant charm.

Incubator: Sharp Sans

Designed by Lucas Sharp

With its sheered terminals and true italics, Sharp Sans combines the appealing typographic compensation of the grotesque, with the plump circular bowls of the geometric.

Wordshape: Cern

Designed by Ian Lynam

40 weights of neutral, yet formally nuanced grotesk typefaces that take inspiration from Helvetica, Akzidenz Grotesk, Univers and the original metal types from Switzerland.

Resistenza: Starburst

Designed by Giuseppe Salerno

Rhythmical and full of grace, Starburst is a fusion between calligraphy and typography.

Exljbris: Tenso

Designed by Jos Buivenga

An economic running sans-serif with a lot of character, suitable for all kinds of publications, apps, and websites.

OurType: Remo

Designed by Thomas Thiemich

A typeface of warmth and good humour, with italics that are nothing less than sunny and delightful.

Thinkdust: Nanami

Designed by Alex Haigh

A brand new Japanese inspired type family, originally influenced by early swiss geometric-style sans-serif faces that were popular throughout Japan during the 1970s.

Lián Types: Brand

Designed by Maximiliano Sproviero

A soft chancery cursive turned into a script, loaded with complete sets of alternates, ligatures and ornaments.

TypeManufactur: Rolls

Designed by Georg Salden

Rolls belongs to the Eurostile font style, which was created in the seventies by Aldo Novarese.

Nootype: Helia

Designed by Nico Inosanto

A soft and friendly 16 style semi-squared family.


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