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Algo FY font

Algo FY

Algo FY is an old script typeface created by Michel Derre (a typography teacher since ’80s) and published by Fontyou. Inspired by middle ages rustic calligraphic shapes, Algo FY has an original sculptural and primitive design featuring a strong personality. You’ll love Algo!
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Sofia Rough font

Sofia Rough

Sofia Rough is a sans serif typeface created by Olivier Gourvat and published by Mostardesign that is based on Sofia Pro with some differents eroded variations. It comes in 16 fonts and two eroded sub families (Black and Script). You can mix them and use it in many applications. Also it will help you more than 80 extra graphics. This geometric font is ideal for display, headline, poster, vintage projects etc.
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Colt Soft font

Colt Soft

Colt Soft is a slab serif typeface created by Mattox Shuler and published by Fort Foundry that is based on the idea of Colt with a soft touch. The corners and crevices have been slightly rounded to produce a printed or embossed look. It was designed to be suitable for display, headline, magazine, logo, poster etc.
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Ramsey Condensed font

Ramsey Condensed

Ramsey Condensed is a condensed version of Ramsey created by Michael Cina and published by Associated Typographics that the author played with proportions and found a balance between Light and the Black. This geometric sans serif font is ideal for headline, logo, display, web etc.
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Cavita font

Cavita

Cavita is a sans serif typeface created by Vicente Lamónaca and published by TipoType that is a combination between both grotesque and calligraphic models with some particularities. It has both a grotesque touch and one calligraphic. This contemporary font is available in 7 weights and their italics and it has particular shapes and rhythm. Also horizontal stroke are triker that usual…makes it perfect for diplay, magazine, poster, text etc.
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Amsi Pro font

Amsi Pro

Amsi Pro is a vintage sans serif typeface created by Stawix Ruecha and published by Stawix that was inspired from 1900s. It is a new interpretation of Block Berthold with alternate features, 3 different widths and other useful things.  Amsi works great for display, editorial projects, headline, poster, logo etc. Enjoy!
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Necia Stencil font

Necia Stencil

Necia Stencil is a sans serif typeface created by Pablo Balcells and published by Graviton that has part of Necia font family. This stencil version is available in 16 styles divided into two: the 8 “Stencil 1″ with some details perfect for rigid materials printing and the 8 “Stencil 2″ ideal for light materials printing . Also it can be use for headline, magazine, logo, poster, video game etc. Enjoy!
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Galano Classic font

Galano Classic

Galano Classic is a display typeface created and published by Rene Bieder that has moderate x-height and some other details like the long stretched leg of uppercase “R” and shaped lowercase “”g”. This geometric font comes with a lot of glyphs, the different weights with their italics and over 500 glyphs per font. It goes well on small sizes, long text passages, headline, editorial projects.
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Panton font

Panton

Panton is a sans serif typeface created by Ivan Petrov together with Svetoslav Simov and published by Fontfabric is available in 34 styles, 9 uprights, 9 italics & 16 icon sets (over 800 icons). This geometric font can be use in both web & print but also is suitable for headline, display, magazine, poster, logo, editorial projects etc.
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Bush font

Bush

Bush is a rounded sans-serif typeface created by Shuji Kikuchi and published by sugargliderz in 2014. With a bush look it goes perfectly for displaz use.
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