The Version 1 font family is a mannered geometric linear-grotesque, hand drawn and developed by Oliver Jeschke and Oliver Mayer at Tatin Design Enterprises in Basel, Switzerland and Berlin, Germany. It was created in a three-month training and was further developed in the later stages as OpenType font.
This type is gone away from the regular tempo of design and for the individual, to decorate with it , to be used for the headline, title and/or award areas.
Mineral is a glittering writing, fractured into multiple tetragonal splinters, rectangular modules slightly spaced, like quartz and pixels. A Kapla style construction, with stencil properties – Solid version – however offers to the font a great readability. Mineral Solid has 2 stylistic titling alternatives: Border and Outline.
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Specimen design by Nicolas Millot. Edited: ¶ PILCROW Print & Publishing
The shapes of BLATTWERK (german for leafage) are based on an abstract leaf. The geometrical sans serif font has several standard and decorative ligatures and will work best as a display typeface for logos, headlines and short texts. The individual letters can also be used to form symbols or patterns.
The Corporate Sans Serif Typeface with 6 weights is skilled for your typography: PRO style.
Completely revised version 1.1: contrasts, kerning, naming, screen optimization, ...
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Each font has an extended character set to provide most European languages. The typefaces include ligatures, alternate- & swash letters, smallcaps, fractions, lining-, tabular numbers, superior/inferior figures and ornaments. Carefully drawn. High readability.
To antagonize the daily type-routine in schools, the type foundry Volcano Type now offers 4 full type families to students for free in a six-months-cycle. Students can download the typefaces and work with them within their study projects and privately without any costs. Therefore a nice poster was designed by Visiotypen (Stuttgart, DE) and Peter Brugger (Istanbul, TR) which has been printed completely with special colors and which introduces the current available typefaces with a short profile. How does it work?
We visited the opening of the exibition Call for Type at the Gutenberg-Museum in Mainz (06-06-2013), our font FRAKTENDON is presented there among other very interesting typefaces. Here are some impressions of this lovely evening! Very good work of the Call for Type team, wonderful exibition! Thanks for all!
S-L is a font drawn in 2006 by Benoît Bodhuin for the University of Arts Saint-Luc de Tournai. Reminiscent of Futura, its geometrical drawing is based on the directions of the hexagon, a scrupulously followed constraint which confers on some glyphs a very particular drawing. Available in Bold and Regular.
S-L is on sale (50% off) till the end of May!
ZIGZAG Not Rounded by Benoît Bodhuin is a further development on ZIGZAG Rounded which was released in 2012.
ZIGZAG is a funny font family whose letters have four varieties each in order to multiply expressions and attract the eye by breaking the rhythm of reading.
The variations oscillate between a hand-drawn design and a geometric or imaginative drawing. Opentype's function lets you choose between different variations of each glyph and contextual variables allow to mix the styles.
ZIGZAG is on sale (50% off) till the end of March.
OSTBLOCK Simple by Viktor Nübel is a further development on OSTBLOCK Regular. OSTBLOCK is an OpenType font with 5 stylistic sets that let you easily build 3-dimensional letter-buildings. It is inspired by the apartment living blocks in the center of East Berlin built in the 60s. The regular font contains more complex letter buildings, while the simple font has simplified and plain letters in two different levels.
OSTBLOCK comes with kerning and a full Western and Central European language support, including Baltic and Turkish.
OSTBLOCK is on sale (50% off) till the end of december.
This Corporate Sans Serif Typeface with 6 weights and italics is skilled for complex typography: PRO style. Each font has an extended character set to provide most Central and Western European together with Eastern European languages. The typefaces include alternate- & swash letters, smallcaps, ligatures, fractions, lining-, tabular numbers, superior/inferior figures and ornaments. Carefully drawn.