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  • Aspira
    Aspira is sans-serif font family. Aspira is versatile, legible, and geometric. Aspira is a superfamily of 112 styles. […]

Nanamee

  • Exposure 03 Image by John
    22 Hi-res abstract photos of neon lights streaking across negative space. Works wonders on backgrounds and anything else in need of a spacey feel. […]

typography

November 22, 2013

Hundreds of Free Fonts

Free Desktop Fonts and WebFonts

Did you know that we offer over 100 fonts (and WebFonts) for free? Yup, simply register with our site and you gain instant access to over 100 free fonts.

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November 8, 2013

YWFT Dessau. Think drugs, lots of drugs.

YWFT Dessau-1

Our latest and greatest in house design, YWFT Dessau, has arrived. Think drugs, lots of drugs. Pictograms and schizograms. This is a whole new level of crazy for YWFT, and is quite possibly the most seriously f**ked up thing we’ve ever done. Designed with numerous different styles that you can layer to create endless permutations […]

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November 6, 2013

Save 70% Off TipoType Fonts

TipoType at YouWorkForThem

Just last year, the type designers from TipoType started to post their wonderful font collection on YouWorkForThem. In honor of their more recent additions to YouWorkForThem, they have placed their entire TipoType collection (Desktop, WebFonts & Mobile Fonts) at 70% off the regular price, until November 30, 2013. Amelia Family Amelia is a geometric sans, but […]

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November 4, 2013

Over 400 LatinoType Fonts, Now On Sale

LatinoType Font Sale - Desktop, WebFont, Mobile Fonts

To celebrate our 3rd year of handling LatinoType‘s popular font collection, they are offering all of their fonts (431 options) at an exclusive 40% off for the entire month of November. This includes all formats: Desktop, WebFonts and Mobile Fonts. Latinotype is a new digital type foundry established in the year 2007 in the city […]

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October 8, 2013

The Elegant Fonts of Tipo Pepel, Now at YouWorkForThem

Tipo Pepel Fonts now at YouWorkForThem

We are pleased to announce the font designs of Tipo Pepel are now available at YouWorkForThem. Tipo Pepel is a digital type foundry based in Les Borges Blanques, Spain, run by Josep Patau. Tipo Pepel fonts are available in Desktop, WebFont and Mobile Font formats. Trajana Sans Trajana Sans is a sans-serif typeface family based on […]

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February 21, 2013

YouWorkForThem & Valve Corporation: Customizing the Steam UI

YouWorkForThem & Valve Corporation: Customizing the Steam UI

YouWorkForThem received a request from the video game development company Valve Corporation to create a custom license for their digital distribution service, Steam. YouWorkForThem worked closely with Valve to write a simple, affordable Custom Application License covering cross-platform embeds for the font Motiva Sans, from the Brazilian foundry Plau (Niramekko). The project then evolved to […]

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August 3, 2009

80 Blog

80 Blog

Looks like there is a new typography blog on the block. Simply titled, 80. Some nice work on there already and worth a look and a bookmark.

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July 22, 2009

YWFT Type Catalog

YWFT Type Catalog

For the past few months we’ve been creating something of a journal meets type catalog in collaboration with recent graduate, Sarah Kissell. We intend to demonstrate how our typefaces can be used in an appropriate context while also providing rich content for our customers, students, and the design community to dive into. Look for the […]

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May 26, 2009

New Industry Arts

New Industry Arts is the recently updated brain child of James Widegren– Reporting on Visual Culture; photography, fashion, industry & creative/art this website is constantly updated with good scccchtuff.

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March 27, 2009

Stencil font category

Stencil font category

Matt Desmond‘s new font, Bandoleer, got us into a little bit of organizing before the weekend so we added a Stencil category under Fonts. Stencil Fonts

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March 2, 2009

Willi Kunz. Re: New

Willi Kunz. Re: New

We are confronted daily by an avalanche of printed material. All of this stuff is expeditiously discarded after its “newness” wears off, either winding up as landfill or being recycled to serve a new purpose. Regardless of the outcome, the intellectual lifecycle of a design is far more intriguing than its material lifecycle. Many discarded […]

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