Queue Font Family
Queue visually represents the increasing (and fascinating) intertwinement of technology and humanity in typeface form. Stylistically it incorporates characteristics from type styles engineered to be read by machines, shapes commonly seen in fonts designed to make it easier for humans to read computer code and the proportions and rhythm of humanist calligraphy. The family has open, legible letterforms that look great on screen as well as in print.
Aquilone – the Italian word for "kite" – is an experimental font with a cartoonish yet very geometrical character. This typeface is inspired by kites in a variety of shapes and sizesheld up to the wind on a thin string.
DISPLAYED Typeface is a bold and strong typeface that suits for any creative projects such as Headline, Title, Text Header, Advertising, Magazine Layout, Logo and many more. DISPLAYED Typeface also comes in OBLIQUE AND OUTLINE version it means you can create your project looks great with no effort. All Characters set in uppercase.
Pressio Stencil brings Pressio’s square counters and superelliptical curves to the stencil genre. The result is Mid-century Modern with a touch of packing crate. With four widths and five weights, it’s far more versatile than most stencil families. The clarity of its construction makes it surprisingly legible in text sizes. Like its solid sister, it includes a set of stylistic alternates to round off some of the unexpectedly sharp corners of letters like S, s, and a. And, of course, it features case-sensitive punctuation and delimiters, as well as support for over 100 languages.
Wanderlust is a rustic, solid, bold and yet dynamic and distinctive character. Hence its both round and edged slab serif style, Wanderlust falls into a category somewhere between Rockwell and Egytienne, making it a unique and modern font which self-evidently is inspired by landscape and mountain characteristics. The font contains uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, symbols and support multilanguage.
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Quarlate is a beautiful font duo that is perfect for informal, messy design. A charming combination of a stylish, bouncy script and a playful hand-written Sans. Use them best together, or even on their own. Either way – you get both fonts. This universal font will extend your font collection. Create cute and playful designs, or dress it up and create stylish and chic brands.
Gotico Black Font
Gotico, meaning Gothic, is a Blackletter script (sometimes referred to as Old English). The original Gotico design was first brought to market by the Fundicion Tipografica Richard Gans type foundry (1888-1975) in Spain. The designer of Gotico is unknown and the font was formerly sold only in Spain.
Jofi Script Font
Jofi Script is a modern calligraphy script. It contains uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and symbols. This font is great for greeting cards, wedding invitations, social media, stationery and other beautiful designs.
Kentucky is a stylish signature script that’s sleek and professional. Perfect for logos, prints, invites, and more! It comes with a full set of alternate characters both upper case and lowercase. Mix-n-match and give your designs that eye-grabbing aesthetic everyone wants.
OTF | TTF | WOFF
Addressotype Slab is based on lettering from a vintage ad for the Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation, manufacturers of the Addressograph addressing machine. In days when the U.S. postal service delivered everything, mailing addresses were as important as email addresses are today. The Addressograph machines stamped out dog-tag-like plates that were used to print mailing labels at high volume. Embodying the company’s work ethic and durability, Addressotype recalls the gaspipe form of lettering popular in the 30s and 40s, updated to reflect the “streamlining” trend popular during the period.
OTF | TTF
TTF | OTF
Timonium Font Family
Timonium was inspired by a style of high-contrast, sans serif lettering that I love. This lettering style has appeared throughout modern design history on everything from jazz albums to racing logos. Like its muse, Timonium is capable of conveying almost any tone.