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Velvet Hammer font

Velvet Hammer

Velvet Hammer is a handwritten calligraphy typeface created by Jen Maton together with Dathan Boardman and published by Great Lakes Lettering that it was designed to be suitable for romantic projects, wedding invitations, cards, catalogs, signage etc. This strong elegant font it goes well also beside display or text font. Enjoy!
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Atrek font

Atrek

Atrek is sans solid bold font created and published by Seth Taylor. Featuring 3 types (Atrek Bold, Atrek Inline and Atrek Cutline), Atrek provides strong geometric caps and an unique character that is so much needed to get your message read from designs. Get your voice heard with Atrek!
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Catalina font

Catalina

Catalina is a natural typeface created by Kimmy Kirkwood and published by Kimmy Design. Inspired by a bakery design and typography, this font was created from the combination of hand drawn elements that were ingeniously integrated to express that vintage and inviting atmosphere. It contains five font families (in light, medium and bold weight) and various graphic decorative fonts.

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Catalina font details

FoundryKimmy Design
Formats: Open Type OTF, Windows True Type
Glyphs: Any Open Type Features, Basic Latin/English Letters, West European Diacritics, Ligatures, Euro, Small Caps, Central Europe, Baltic, Turkish, Romanian, Open Type Alternates, Open Type Contextual, Dingbats & Symbols
Licence: Desktop, Webfont, App, eBook, Server
Released: 2014
Price: starting from $6

 

 

Pontiac Inline font

Pontiac Inline

Pontiac Inline is a geomeric sans serif typeface created by Fanny Coulez together with Julien Saurin and published by La Goupil Paris that comes in 4 styles: Regular, Inside, 3D, Shadow. It is a refined, a high quality typeface designed to be suitable for display, logo, magazine, poster, editorial projects…multipurpose usage!
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Dimor font

Dimor

Dimor is a display typeface created by Paul Chen and published by Nine Font that was designed to be suitable for headline, magazine, poster, short sentences. This sans serif font comes out it 6 styles and some useful OpenType features.
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Harman font

Harman

Harman is a multi-style script typeface created by Ahmet Altun and published by Ahmet Altun. Completely handmade and designed with an intriguing blend (spelled Harman in Turkish, hence his name) of styles, Harman comes with a seven very different fonts that complement each other in a beautiful way. Enjoy another great font family from Ahmet!
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True North font

True North

True North is a mature typeface created by Cindy KinashCharles Gibbons and published by Cultivated Mind. It includes 16 styles, labels, free banners, extras (wild animals, catchwords, numbers, symbols, tools, maple leaves and trees). Influenced by Nordic art, True North is suitable for headlines and provides plenty of tools for numerous design combinations. What a truly usable and fully feature font!
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Cintra font

Cintra

Cintra is a geometric sans serif typeface created by Pablo Balcells and published by Graviton that the characters has rounded angles and can be use for headline, logo, magazine, poster etc.
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Ostrich Sans font

Ostrich Sans

Ostrich Sans is a beautiful modern sans-serif font designed by Tyler Finck and published by The League Of Movable Type. With it’s giraffe (but more probably and ostrich) long neck design and six (6) styles like dashed, rounded, normal, doubled etc. Ostrich Sans is one of the most used free fonts out there. Check it out!
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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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