Revived, designed and released by Aaron James Draplin & Riley Cran, DDC Hardware is a straight-talkin', industrial-strength typeface in three weights and support for over 100 languages. Plus: it has tons of features including catchwords, split and stacked fractions, ordinals, and historical alternates.
Calafia is a script inspired by left handed brush lettering. Perfect for advertising headlines and logotypes, Calafia includes final forms for natural word endings, and an alternate set of caps for cap-specific settings, all supporting more than 100 languages.
Boomville is bouncy and upright script font. It is fun and lively with a lot of personality. This script is sketched with quite quick brush strokes with a pointed brush to achieve this casual and playful feeling.
Chromaletter breathes life into calligraphic forms, with 5 fonts which can be layered in various combinations to powerful effect. Every glyph of Chromaletter is constructed from straight lines, and variations of every letter add a subtle energy to words. Perfect for posters book covers.
Muskeg, born from the swamps of experimental lettering, is a combination brush & blackletter inspired typeface with the additional aesthetic of lacking any bezier curves. Muskeg is a 6 weight display family, including swash caps and support for over 200 Latin languages.
BLKLTR is 3 style interpretation of blackletter drop caps, delivered in both 'curved' & 'no-curve' aesthetics. BLKLTR caps shine on their own as initials, but also includes contextual alternates to play well with the rest of the team in evenly spaced words or phrases.
Tofino has eight weights that are designed to work together to communicate your message. It's the "West Coast Swiss" typeface - taking the best parts of Swiss style and adding warmth and character. And since it's specifically designed for the screen, why not check out the mini site and see it in action?
Escafina is an upright script in 3 styles, drawing from decades of inspirational lettering. Escafina is great for logotypes, headlines, posters and other uses.
Buffon is a reverse-contrast display typeface with a playful personality and very sassy heavy weight. With four weights, a generous character set, and ligatures & stylistic alts, Buffon shrugs off the tired Spaghetti Western stereotype so often associated with reverse-contrast--but could make a very nice Wanted poster, if the need arose.
Majesti Banner is the first release in a new family that will also include a text and display version in the future. Its high contrast letterforms, ball terminals, and variety of OT features make it a highly suitable typeface for large point settings. Majesti Banner is available in 5 weights with matching italics, and is also available as a webfont.
Matchbook is Simon Walker's first typeface release, evolving from lettering drawn for sub-headings in his own pieces. Its extended forms and rounded serifs create a characterful and unique tone in headlines. It includes a textured version with rough grittiness reminiscent of enlarged letterpress type.
The reverse contrast Dude family is now joined by three newcomers, Hank Sr., Hank Jr. and Hank III. It is also joined by a brand new Catchwords font which features over 30 catchwords and 14 Manicules.
Enemy is a bold stencil typeface for display use, originally designed as a custom face for the identity design of the Museum of Urban Art. It has been designed with the Latin Extended A Character set and has advanced open type features to support automatic rotation of alternate glyphs.
Fairview is a condensed industrial sans serif, which includes a regular and small cap variation.
Cylburn is a semi-connected script structurally based on Roundhand but written with a pointed brush and restrained tension that separate it from its traditional roots.
Dude is a reverse contrast cowboy font thats got true grit. It's not about weight, its about style. Twelve different serif styles inspired by country musics legends. Whiskey drinking, train hopping, fist fighting, hard loving, prison breaking, men and women, who poured their hearts out in song.
The first of the Mission Collection, Mission Script is a signage-lovers wet dream. Condensed, casual, sweet, and sincere. A celebration of the brush. Scripts rule.
Edmondsans is hard-working display face in three weights, featuring some useful niceties like small caps, non-lining figures, and a few alternates.
Geared is an industrial inspired Condensed Slab Serif in 4 weights (Thin, Regular, Bold, Extrabold). With an extensive character set, Geared could be a versatile addition to your next project.
Inspired by the proportions of the 16th President of the USA, and advertisements/playbills of the 1800s, Abraham Lincoln is a humanistic display face with moderate contrast and sturdy serifs.
Not your traditional modular typeface. Sullivan is a bold display face that comes in three variations. Each can be used effectively on their own or layered for a uniquely modern, industrial effect. Originally inspired by the letter "S" design by Scott Allen Hill of Foundry Collective.
Blanch is a display face, designed for the 'Fruita Blanch' brand, a family-run company. A traditional font with a contemporary feel, The Blanch typeface family is comprised of 6 weights; 3 condensed weights and 3 caps weights.
Cubano's personality is defined by its rounded corners, wide strokes, and semi-condensed letterforms. Featuring 167 glyphs, Cubano is available in all caps with numerals, punctuation, symbols and most accent marks. And with webfonts included, you can easily solidify your next site with Cubano!
A chunky face for display type in two weights: inline and solid.
Arvil has strong lines with rounded, soft terminals, to produce a strong, yet friendly letterform. Available in all caps with numerals, punctuation and also a wide range of symbols, Arvil is versatile and sure to deliver your next message with style.'
Atreyu is a contemporary textura blackletter inspired from Gothic Illuminated Manuscripts of 14th century Germany. I've always had an affinity for blackletter since I grew up drawing calligraphy. And lets face it nothing can say Heavy Metal to Happy Holidays like a good old fashion blackletter.
Based on lettering found on Laundromat windows of San Francisco's Mission District, Lavanderia features numerous opentype features and three weights.
A strong yet sensitive slab-serif inspired by letterpress.
Valencia is condensed typeface that includes 5 weights, ranging from Hairline to Black, with matching obliques for each weight. It's great for large headlines and prints seamlessly for any collateral or stationery. Valencia's uniqueness stems from it's low horizontal crossbars and its full-circle curves.
A display typeface that's both rugged and refined. Inspired by the workmanship, lettering, and baseball jerseys of the 1930's and 40's.
Airplane was inspired by the famous jet era of the 60's.
Inspired by our desire and need to explore. Always searching for the place to call home.
Remember when service meant something?
This font is Inspired by those early day service stations.
Inspired by the infernos of the coal mill, Hellforge is a molten-hot headline slab cast with factory-grade craftsmanship.
Saddle up! This weighty display face comes custom fit with the spurs. Originally only offered in an italic, the family is now joined by a Roman and 2 shadow styles.
Airship-27 was inspired by Airships of the late 19th century. It has a very distinctive look and feel that can strike attention anywhere.
A Bold, Geomteric Sans Serif in two styles (Regular and Cut). 122 Glyphs per Style. Includes a Sweet Lightning Bolt character.
Vevey is a dreamy, refined sans serif inspired by a vintage travel poster found in the Swiss Riviera.
Created from original proofs of a 19th Century American Wood Type alphabet, Aldine Expanded was created and embellished by Javier Viramontes at the University of Texas, Austin.
Two fonts with a complimentary feel. One serif. One sans serif. Both contain the full character set plus ligatures. 400+ glyphs in total.
A condensed uppercase typeface with regular, thin, inline, and bold weights.
Based on the signage for the Cup and Saucer Luncheonette in New York, Duke features three layers: Fill, Shadow, and Fill+Shadow.
Ministry is a numeral set fabricated for antique cars, phone numbers and anything deemed timeless.
An Art Deco alphabet inspired by the apartment signage of Miami Beach.
Wisdom Script was originally designed for Woods of Wisdom, a 50 part poster series on bad advice.
Beautiful line width variation in this condensed sans-serif. Perfect for an elegant modernist headline.
A Geometric Sans-Serif inspired by Cuba's capital city.
The font that kicked this whole thing off, originally designed in 24 hours, and now back (new and improved).
A heavy-duty, lowercase slab-serif inspired by the monumental Saturn V rocket that carried men from the earth to the moon.
Highlands is a charming slab-serif that draws inspiration from National Park posters of old. Versatile in its character, it makes for great headlines.
Pompadour is a chunky, display numeral set inspired by the 1950s Rockabilly Hairdo. The numbers, which each fit perfectly inside of a square, are best used a large sizes.
A Bold addition to any project, this ultra readable sans serif radiates 'badass'. Font includes an extensive set of accent characters, and symbols not found in most faces.
Featuring heavy serifs and subtle curves, it recalls old-fashioned print styles found on posters and broadsides promoting traveling circus troupes. Prior to WWI and talking pictures, circuses were a national pastime crossing the country coast to coast by train.
Deming is a great display face that can be used in sizes both big and small.
Liberator is from a bygone era, when our grandparents fought for the freedom we enjoy today. Now remastered and in 3 weights, this bomber-inspired face provides a masculine punch to any project or design. Full Alphabet with glyphs and numerals.
A delicately crafted display font with a lot of character, Nelma is perfect for setting beautiful type with an impact. This font is distributed as a .EPS file.
The typeface follows the humanist model of Ludovico Arrighi's italic type from Renaissance Italy, but its calligraphic details have been simplified to create a friendly voice. Pigeon also incorporates some of the "sparkle" that gives drama to the Dutch Baroque types of Johannes Fleischmann, referencing the nobility of letter-writing.