Contemporary grotesk super family If you happened to sleep on Praktika – the previous bestseller of Fenotype – don't worry, as here’s its new rounded counterpart. Perhaps even more functional than its predecessor.
Chopsee is a fun, fluid, versatile font family of 8 weights and matching italics designed by Dan Jones for TypeUnion. The font aims to encompass movement and fluidity with its accentuated curves and terminals.
‘Bambino New’ font is a geometric sans serif with humanist readability. It comes in 7 different weights, 14 styles and plenty of OpenType features. It can be said it’s an arrogant cousin of Bambino font , mostly because of.
Ripley is a handwritten fully connected script with ligatures and contextual alternates to help with flow and readability. Every lowercase letter has three variations. When the font is used in OpenType-savvy applications.
Usual is a utilitarian typeface, suitable for whenever typographic sobriety and neutrality is needed. With a clear modernist inspiration, Usual was born of the attempt at using a scale of proportions in type design.
Basic Sans: A necessary sans. Designed by Daniel Hernández A family of Grotesque features with a functional, neutral and seeming clean style that looks to keep a neutral (or basic) appearance on paper, but including lots of.