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Vitali Neue - A Friendly Geometric Sans by Mateusz Machalski

Vitali Neue is geometric sans serif typeface with a friendly feel, designed by Mateusz Machalski. The low contrast and high x height is perfect for headlines and display uses. For a limited time only, Mateusz Machalski has marked Vitali Neue 80% off the regular price. Download options of this font family today starting from just $5, or grab the complete…



Buozzi Fonts Offer the Perfect Typeface for Publishing

Legible typefaces are determined by their transparency to the reader. In other words, legible fonts don’t draw undue attention to themselves–but that doesn’t mean they need to be sterile and without passion. A truly great editorial font can possess distinctive features; the secret lies in the restraint. Special Promotion: Save 35% off Buozzi until April 30,…


Proxima Nova – The Greatest of the Helvetica Killers

Designer Mark Simonson revamped and expanded upon his six original Proxima Sans designs to create the insanely popular Proxima Nova font collection that designers around the world know and love today. With clean, modern lines and easy legibility even at very small point sizes, it’s no wonder that Proxima Nova is highly sought after, and…



Historical Impact and Modern Application: Canada Type's Gibson

Canada Type’s Gibson font family has quickly become the one of the company’s most popular products. Perfect for branding and design, Gibson’s eye-catching boldness pays homage to an intrepid man and his legacy. The typeface was named by its creator Rod McDonald for his close friend and colleague John Gibson (1928-2011), and produced by Kevin…


A Modern & Versatile Sans-Serif by Mostardesign

Univia Pro is a new contemporary OpenType font family with modernity and versatility in mind. Distinctive with its pleasant look extremely modern, Univia Pro have a lot of personalty mostly achieved by smooth curves and round corners that forms a very identical style of the entire family. Univia Pro is perfect both for display and…


Termina by Fort Foundry

Amongst the landscape of geometrics, Termina breaks the norm with its generously wide letterforms. The typeface was conceived after finding and examining specimens for Industria, a family designed by Hermann Zehnpfundt in the early nineteen-hundreds for Emil Gursch. Something about the strength of its extended letterforms at larger sizes and their simplicity at smaller sizes struck…


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