Another month means another set of beautiful typefaces for you to check out. Here were our favorites from March.
Sudtipos: Courtesy Script Pro
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Courtesy Script Pro captures the elegance and propriety of finely practiced Spencerian penmanship.
The Northern Block: Rein Grotesk
Rein Grotesk is a low contrast typeface with a strong, neutral personality.
Hoefler & Co: Surveyor
A monumental family of typefaces designed for print and screen.
Stawix: Crique Grotesk
Crique Grotesk is inspired by neo–humanist and geometric industrial tones.
Yellow Design Studio: Gist Rough
Gist Rough — warm and weathered with a retro yet modern vibe.
A casual typeface that was drawn with serious typography in mind.
The irregular, hand–lettered look adds a human touch to things.
Latinotype: D.I.Y. Time
A hand–drawn type system.
Font Bureau: Big Moore
Big Moore — a grand serif design by Matthew Carter.
Type Dynamic: Predige Rounded
Predige Rounded is a condensed and constructed sans type family with a very low contrast.
The Northern Block: Modum
Modum — a precise, highly functional text face.
ReType: Laski Slab
Laski Slab is a comprehensive suite of 20 fonts conceived for editorial purposes.
Mint Type: Anglecia Pro
Anglecia Pro is an exquisite and versatile system of three transitional serif typefaces.
Mariné is a geometric sans with the softness of humanistic strokes.
Gravitas is a contemporary take on the Roman inscriptional capitals.
Type Dynamic: Sarine
Sarine is a sans–serif inspired by signage for traffic.
Kyle Wayne Benson: Maritime Champion
Maritime Champion — he’s all caps all the time.
Avondale Type Co: ATC Overlook
A clean, versatile font with modern sensibilities and a dash of character.
Mostardesign: Sofia Pro Soft
Sofia Pro Soft is the rounded version of the successful Sofia Pro family.
Briller is a super–wide display sans.
Castledown includes 8 cuts with both a proportional family, as well as a Cursive script variant.
Martina Flor: Wonderhand
Wonderhand is an extensive family of scripts designed in six widths and three weights.
Fontyou: Coco FY
Coco FY is a vintage script reminding of storefronts sign paintings, and other hand–lettered street signs.