We have some great new typefaces to tell you about! From blocky and fun display families like Scusi to eccentric scripts like Exentrica (we love the name), to the elegant high contrast of Copperscript — oh, and a tall slim gem called Amberwood.
Take a look at them below, then head to the ILT Font Store to take them for a spin.
Francis Chouquet’s Scusi is inspired by Italian movie posters from the 60s and 70s. It’s perfect for posters, record covers, comics, and your next Netflix sci-fi series. Scusi comes in two styles (with sharp or soft corners). We recommend both!
Copperscript is a stunning new high contrast script from G-Type. Ideal for packaging and labels, book covers, or anywhere you need to inject a little flare.
A tall slim sans serif family with a mix of fairy dust and calligraphy. Say hello to Amberwood, Alanna Munroe’s gorgeous new release.
Exentrica, a brand new font family from Nick Cooke of G-Type. He’s on a roll! Refined, elegant, with a healthy nod to Art Nouveau. And packed to bursting with stylistic variations. The coolest feature, besides the letterforms, is the two versions per style: a contrasted and a monoline style. See the Exentrica family page to see what we mean.
Mark your calendars! Join us the same time tomorrow for part 2, and discover more amazing new releases.