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Stem font

Stem

Stem is a geometric sans-serif typeface created by Alexandra Korolkova together with Maria Selezeneva & Isabella Chaeva and published by ParaType that was especially suited for display use, for use in large point sizes. It contains 6 weights from Hairline to Bold and their italics, Stem Display Features (Proportional & Monospaced Digits, Superior & Inferior Digits, True Small Caps, Stylistic Alternates) and language support…waiting to be explored!
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Amoretta font

Amoretta

Amoretta is an handwritten typeface created by Crystal Kluge together with Stuart Sandler and published by Tart Workshop which give you little love, feminine touch and a romantic look. This font include handdrawn dingbats, ligatures, alternate glyphs, ornaments offering you endless possibilities. It can be use for both, for print or online applications. Easy to read on small or large scale platforms, you can create a beautiful story with Amoretta!
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Trola Text font

Trola Text

Trola Text is a typeface created by Jordi Embodas together with Noe Blanco and published by Typografies that has the base of Trola with some modifications to adapt for text use. It contains crisp texture, a robust construction, the shapes straight and some other things that you’ll discover.
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Cervo font

Cervo

Cervo is an hight quality font published by Olazej Ostoja Lniski that is part of Kapra font. It comes in 4 weights and their italics and some alternate stylistic sets. This rounded typeface is perfect for any kind of projects!
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Mandinor FY font

Mandinor FY

Mandinor FY is a typeface co-created by Julien Priez & Fontyou Team and published by Fontyou that is available in 3 different styles very contrasted Modern, Gothic & Italian. You’ll find elegant, crazy ornaments that you can combine and create original alternates. With modular compositions and customizable alternates, this font offer’s you many possibilities. It is ideal for headline, logos, editorial & branding, display etc. Enjoy!
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Macarons font

Macarons

Macarons is created by Guisela Mendoza and published by Latinotype. Derived from the old-style typefaces, Macarons is characterized by fancy handwriting elements which have recently inspired this new and uprising culture, called slow food. Due to this “green” source of inspiration, Macarons manages to give a natural and different look to design projects.
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Core Sans A font

Core Sans A

Core Sans A is a modern sans-serif typeface created by Hyun-Seung Lee, Dae-Hoon Hahm and Min-Joo Ham and published by S-Core. Core Sans A is a part of the Core Sans Series (Core Sans N SC, Core Sans N, Core Sans NR, Core Sans M and Core Sans G) which is neo-grotesque series of fonts family. With its neutral shapes, generous spacing without any decorative distraction, 8 weights and corresponding italics makes it a great use for book, web pages, screen displays etc. A must for everyone!
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Pekora font

Pekora

Pekora is a slab serif typeface inspired by an article published by an old Polish magazine, published by Blazej Ostroja Lniski that comes in 9 weights and their italics. It is perfect for editorial projects, magazine, book, poster, logo etc.
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Cabrito Sans font

Cabrito Sans

Cabrito Sans is a sans typeface created by Jeremy Dooley and published by insigne. Having as a source of inspiration the well-received Cabrito (which was inspired by a children`s book), Cabrito Sans is characterized by simple, soft and rounded forms which confer a modern and friendly look to your design. It favours legibility and reads easily as body text or display headlines.


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Journal Sans New font

Journal Sans New

Journal Sans New is a geometric sans-serif font created by Alexandra Korolkova and Maria Selezeneva and published by ParaType. Based on the old soviet Journal Sans typeface designed in Moscow of 1940 by Anatoly Schukin, Journal Sans New keept all original characteristics of the 50s version and through it’s features like new glyphs, weights and styles make it fully adapted to the modern digital reality ready to be used both in print and on screen.
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