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Briller font

Briller

Briller is a sans serif typeface created by Nicola Kostic and published by Kostic that contains 6 weights (from Thin to Ultra), tabular figures, a lot of glyphs, ligatures etc. This super wide display has language support and it is recommanded for display, headline, logo, packaging, poster etc.
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Malina font

Malina

Malina is a sans serif typeface created by Thanarat Vachiruckul and published by Katatrad that comes in 2 weights and their italics. This monoline family font was designed for hairline display that can be use in large sizes. You’ll find a set of alternative characters that it is perfect to be use for magazine, headline, poster etc.
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La Chic font

La Chic

La Chic is created by Cindy Kinash and published by Cultivated Mind. Including a large collection of features (Languages, Stylistic Alternates, Swashes Features, ligatures) which promote readability and at the same time give a sophisticated look (La Chic Pro`s Stylistic Alternates), this font family achieves elegance through simplicity.
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Haneda font

Haneda

Haneda is an handwritten typeface published by Indie Type in 2014. This contemporary font has 6 styles, it is fun, friendly and very easy to read. It is recommanded for book cover, websites, poster etc.
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Core Deco font

Core Deco

Core Deco is a geometric sans-serif typeface created by Hyun-Seung together with Dae-Hoon Hahm and Min-Joo Ham and published by S-Core that has various styles but two styles stand out: one – thin and elegant; two – stong contrast. This Art Deco Font family comes with a lot of Open type Features, Latin, Central European, Turkish character sets, but also support for style alternative features. It is perfect for artworks, display, headline, invitation, magazine, logo, poster etc. I’m sure you need it!
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Uni Sans font

Uni Sans

Uni Sans is a custom sans-serif typeface, created by Svetoslav Simov and published by Fontfabric. Characterized by simple, smooth geometrical rounded forms, Uni Sans promotes a pleasant and readable look of the text which is applicable for any type of graphic design like web, print etc..
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Ride My Bike Serif font

Ride My Bike Serif

Ride My Bike Serif is the new serif version of the immensely successful Ride My Bike handmade typeface created by Guisela Mendoza and published by Latinotype. Featuring an authentic vintage street style and new Latino culture, Ride My Bike Serif is perfect for headlines, brands, fashion and photography. The Ride My Bike Serif Ornaments font bring even more awesome to the table, containing over 120 dingbats that are fun and very useful for handmade styles designers. You gotta ride this bike!
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Rachele font

Rachele

Rachele is a calligraphic handwriting typeface published by Resistenza based on thin font. This elegant font is expressive, flexible because of Ornaments and Ligatures. It is perfect for romantic projects, wedding, invitation, card etc.
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Vicomte FY font

Vicomte FY

Vicomte FY is a handwritten typeface created by Joachim Vu together with Jérémie Hornus and Alisa Nowak, published by Fontyou. This elegant font is designed to invitation, wedding, packaging, romantic projects etc. It comes with Regular character set and a lot of Open Type features.
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Crique Grotesk font

Crique Grotesk

Crique Grotesk is a grotesque, sans-serif typeface published by Stawix. This contemporary font comes in 32 geometric fonts, 8 weights (from UltraThin to Black) and italics, but also it has normal width and diplay width. Special Guest is Display weight. Crique Grotesk it was design to be suitable to editorial projects, book, magazine, logo, poster, diplay etc.
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