Sean Mitchell is an interactive designer based in Vancouver, British Columbia, and the editor of TypeRelease.


February may have been a short month, but with it came a slew of new typefaces that we just had to share. Let’s take a look.

Fontfabric: Glober

glober Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Glober is characterized by excellent legibility in both Web and print.

Latinotype: Showcase

showcase Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Showcase is a handmade font consisting of four styles and a set of ornaments & dingbats.

Rene Bieder: Campton

campton Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Campton is a simple sans–serif with a geometric skeleton.

Blackletra: Haltrix

haltrix Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

An aggressive and angular script.

Cultivated Mind: Pacific Northwest Letters

pacific northwest letters Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Pacific Northwest Letters is a fun, handwritten font carefully hand painted in two styles.

Ahmet Altun: Minimo

minimo Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Minimo is a minimalist, cute type family.

Type Dynamic: Celias

celias Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Celias is a sharp geometric sans-serif.

Stawix: Rleud

rleud Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Rleud is a family of 160 fonts, 10 weights with small caps and italics in four widths.

Positype: Lust Slim

lust slim Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Lust Slim is packed with alternates to play with — enough to turn you on and satisfy.

Liebe Fonts: Liebe Doris

liebe doris Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

The beauty of all-American sign painting and the meticulous craft of German engineering.

Insigne: Ainslie

ainslie Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Geometric design blended with the organic, flowing effect of aboriginal art.

Latinotype: Australis Pro Swash

australis pro swash Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

A touch of whimsy and mannerism.

Commercial Type: Caponi

caponi Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Expands the notion of what Bodoni’s work was, in three families, Display, Slab, and Text.

Dzianis Serabrakou: Bouquet

bouquet Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Bouquet is a cursive fat typeface influenced by brush writing.

S-Core: Core Magic

core magic Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Core Magic is a layered type family consisting of 3D, 2D, and shadow effect layers.

Emtype Foundry: Shentox

shentox Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Shentox is a highly legible contemporary font with a full range of weights.

Latinotype: Ride My Bike Serif

ride my bike serif Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Ride My Bike Serif is inspired by street style.

AndrijType: Bandera

bandera Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Extremely legible and well-shaped.

Rui Abreu: Signo

signo Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Signo is a dynamic sans-serif with reverse contrast, designed for editorial and branding.

Tyler Finck: Uncombined

uncombined Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

A father and son font collaboration.

Typejockeys: Sauber Script

sauber script Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Sauber Script – a preppy script face.

Dalton Maag: Soleto

soleto Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Soleto is a freshly modern font with a quietly confident character.

Dalton Maag: Prometo

prometo Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Prometo has an industrial feel, as if it has been built rather than drawn.

Street Type: Modern Brush

modern brush Our favorite typefaces from February 2014

Modern Brush is a hand painted brush font by Street Type.