As another month comes to an end, here’s a look back at all the beautiful typefaces released during the month of June. Check them out below!
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Choplin is a modern and clear geometric slab serif with a sturdy heart.
Libertad is a sans serif that mixes humanist and grotesk models.
Streamline Icons have been designed on a precise grid, to guarantee consistency and crisp display.
Sanelma is a brush script inspired by hot rod lettering and sign painting.
Rukola is a friendly brush script that follows in the footsteps of sign painting.
ATC Timberline is a wide display font, evoking the high class side of speed and mechanics.
Abelina can be used in display sizes for titles where part of the central premise is to emulate certain features of gestural handwriting.
Good News Sans consists of 18 fonts with six weights and three widths to complement any of your printing needs.
Monolina is a contemporary monolinear script that is based on the contrast between classical calligraphy and quickly jotted manuscript.
Sleek and impressively consistent design lies in every single letter.
Finlek is a handmade typeface with subtle script characteristics.
Quire Sans is highly functional and sexy at the same time.
Robust curves and deceptively delicate breaks.
FF Franziska – discreet, functional and modern, but with real personality.
A monospaced family with true italics, small caps and other geekery.
HWT Artz was designed by venerable type designer Erik Spiekermann.
Muriza combines well working normalcy with refreshing uniqueness.
Ainslie Sans showcases distinct geometric design and style.
Riga is clear and practical, yet warm and polite.
Oscine has a condensed feel and a geometrical design expression.
Basil is a mix between tradition and innovation.
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