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We’ve gathered another fantastic mix of type for you this month — an elegant serif from Klim, a brush flavoured script by Fontfabric , a modern classic from Linotype, an modular family by Typegroup, and many more — let’s get started!
Laura Worthington: Charcuterie
A large and rare undertaking — a family of ten distinct yet related typefaces, many of which have their own font families and three decorative / ornamental typefaces.
Contemporary, curvaceous Latin detailing on a Scotch skeleton.
Debi Sementelli Type Foundry: Cantoni
A hand-lettered family with a variety of standard and alternate characters that play together well.
A brush flavoured script family characterized by excellent legibility in both web & print.
Linotype: Metro Nova
The long awaited update of the 1929 modern classic by W.A. Dwiggins.
Symbolset: SS Geomicons Squared
Neatly rounded corners amplify the geometry of the forms with quick turns and an easy confidence.
Great Lakes Lettering: Asterism
A calligraphy style font with a moving baseline and lots of shining personality.
The Northern Block: Gunar
Precise curves are met with straight lines and tapered angles to produce a fresh, technical typeface.
PintassilgoPrints: Brush Up
Swiftly painted on paper and carefully translated into a font.
An ultra-modular type family in three styles.
LeType: Only You Sexy
Handmade, stylish, modern, and multilingual.
Combines warmth and good humor.
Tart Workshop: Bookeyed Sadie
A big voice and powerful curves calling attention.
Wordshape: Cooper Italic Pro
The result of researching Cooper’s original drawings and series of engraved proofs.
Strong and somewhat rough, but absolutely warm-hearted.
Canada Type: Mauritius
A five weight script typeface that offers a variety of options.
Filmotype: Filmotype Hemlock
Owes its origins to classic sign painter showcard lettering.
Lettering Inc: Directors Gothic
Painstakingly developed from the original font glass masters from the 1930s.
Suitcase Type Foundry: Ladislav
A simple modular system of combined geometrical segments.
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