A contemporary family from Commercial Type, a connected script by Lián Types, an ambitious sans from Hoftype, a roughed up family by Fontfabric, a hard-working serif from House Industries, a sophisticated sans by Typetanic, a historical stencil face from Storm, and an expressive family by Andinistas.
Designed by Dan Milne & Paul Barnes
A contemporary family of two related sans serifs: one is the functional Darby Sans; the other a refined display version for large sizes, where the contrast is dramatically higher.
Designed by Maximiliano Sproviero
Selfie is a connected sans serif based on vintage signage scripts seen in Galerías of Buenos Aires.
Designed by Dieter Hofrichter
Foro Sans is the matching friend of the popular Foro family. It consists of 16 styles.
Designed by Ani Petrova, Svetoslav Simov, Vasil Stanev & Radomir Tinkov
Designed by Christian Schwartz, Mitja Miklavčič & Ben Kiel
Super-elliptical shapes and sturdy serifs will keep pace with contemporary culture with an aesthetic agility that will never go out of style.
Designed by Gregory Shutters
Gibbs is a tough, sophisticated sans, named for prolific maritime architect William Francis Gibbs and inspired by his greatest design, the record-breaking mid-century luxury liner SS United States.
Designed by František Štorm
St. Croce is based on worn-out lettering on tombstones in the St. Croce Basilica in Florence.
Designed by Carlos Fabián Camargo Guerrero
Bemol features craftsman style, worn edges and a highly spontaneous look.