Altus is a hand-drawn elliptical sans typeface created by Jay Hilgert and published by Albatross. The typographic features together with the decorative elements make it suitable to numerous design projects.
Belluccia Bold is a unique handwritten font created by Debi Sementelli, Brian J. Bonislawsky and published by Correspondence Ink. What`s really impressive about this font is that it offers the user various features (Ligatures, Stylistic Alternates, Contextual Alternates, Swashes, Old Style Figures) which can be easily adapted to numerous graphic projects. It also comes in two formats (Pro and Standard) which are especially created for both Open Type features users and for those who don`t have this ability.
Two Fingers is an elegant and expressive handwritten font published by Resistenza. Initially inspired by the well-known Bodoni typeface, Two Fingers includes handwritten characters that are especially created to combine well together. It also comes in different styles, “Rough” and “Jeans’, and the text version favours readability even in small sizes.
Port Vintage is created by João Oliveira and published by Onrepeat. Conceived as an extension of the well-known Port typeface, Port Vintage offers an ingenious Didone style with modern influences and elements inspired by stylish calligraphy typefaces and condensed serif typefaces such as Bodoni and Didot.
The Serif Hand is a handwritten font created by Fanny Coulez, Julien Saurin and published by La Goupil. It was purposely conceived to adapt to various kinds of projects. The Serif Hand comes in five weights with different case variants of letters, a dotted and sans serif edition, which are meant to help the designer convey as expressively as possible the concept of the artwork.
Archivio is a neutral font published by Resistenza. Inspired by the sans typefaces of the last years, Archivio keeps the former simple lines and adds a personal touch, thus generating an explicit and easily discernible font. A broad range of features including Sans, Italic, Slab, Back-Slant, swashes, Open Type Alternates and ornament sets, offers the suitable tools to conceive various designs.
Tulipán is a modern and versatile font created by Felipe Calderón and published by Calderón Estudio Type Foundry. Originally inspired by the fragility of a flower, Tulipán can be used to render a delicated and sophisticated design but also a rough structure. Due to its various properties it includes, such as contextual alternates, ligatures, figures and ornament sets, Tulipán covers a broad range of customer demands.