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For a limited time, you can get 50% off a selection of quality fonts, including some of our most popular designs. Whether you’re a graphic designer, marketer, or simply someone who loves typography, this is an opportunity you won’t want to miss.

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Introducing Mackay: A Powerful Transitional Serif for Screen and Print

Typography is an essential element in any design, and choosing the right typeface makes all the difference. That’s where Mackay comes in — a powerful transitional serif designed for both screen and print.

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Tabrizi Jali typeface: reviving history through letterforms

Tabrizi Jali is the first type revival based on the early Persian Naskh types of Iranian presses from the nineteenth century. It is a product of several years of extensive research into the history of printing and typefounding, and practical experiments. Thus, it is a great pleasure to announce its release on the first day of spring and the Persian New Year (Nowruz), the 20th of March, 2023. A year that also marks 200 years since the publication of the earliest known Persian book in Tehran.

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Stellar Serifs: Sisteron

Sisteron, from the brilliant folk at Beasts of England Foundry, achieves a delicate and beautiful balance between stellar and stupendous. From vintage outer-space to Art Nouveau and Jugendstil, Sisteron is a typeface that evokes the ’20s, ’70s, and the 21st century.

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Steven Heller’s Font of the Month: Geetype

Steven Heller takes a closer look at Geetype’s magnificent, bold and curvaceous Geetype!

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Steven Heller’s Font of the Month: Feneon

Steven Heller takes a closer look at Craig Eliason’s magnificent Feneon font family.

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Steven Heller’s Font of the Month: Slag

From the moment I started the engine in first gear with Slag Black, then accelerated to Slag Inline, Two Line, Three Line, and finally slid into Five Line, I felt an exhilarating jolt. There is so much color and texture in Slag’s linear geometric variations – and in the combination of large and small caps (which replaces lowercase letters) – that I was satisfied that the Slag family WAS the winnes in this month’s type road race.

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Steven Heller’s Font of the Month: Farandole & Lustik

This month it’s Font of the Month with an s! Yes, Steve heller takes a look at two unorthodox layer font families from rising French star Francis Chouquet. Vive la play!

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Steven Heller’s Font of the Month: Bangel

Naming a typeface is like naming a newborn baby, kitten or puppy. The name either must reveal heritage or suggest personality. Sometimes a name triggers obvious connections; for example, the given or surname of the designer(s) or client the face has been designed for makes a lot of sense. Other times the name is a […]

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Steven Heller’s Font of the Month: Ambicase

In 1958 Bradbury Thompson developed the ‘monoalphabet’, a type whose distinctive concept was that uppercase and lowercase forms were identical. The monoalphabet was modeled on his favorite serif face, Baskerville, with lowercase a, e, m, and n mixed with uppercase letters.

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