November brought us a month of diverse typefaces, from modern to classic, san-serif to serif, lightweight to heavy. Here’s our picks from the past month.
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FF Bauer Grotesk is revived and better than ever with six weights and italics. This is the must-have Grotesk.
Ahkio’s roots are in 1930s sign painting and showcard lettering but with a modern and individual twist.
With semi-rounded terminals, Graviola is soft and friendly.
The only OpenType font with hugs and kisses drawn right in!
Skolar Sans is an extensive typeface family for the age of responsive design. From gently thin to extra bold, the four subtly graded width variants will fit all your content needs.
Byker is a geometric sans that blends technology and handcrafted skill.
A fiery display face rooted in one of typography’s most significant periods, Quarto is a study in contrast and control.
Triump is a simple sans serif with 14 weights.
GT Haptik is a monolinear geometric grotesque typeface. Its uppercase letters and numbers were optimized to be read blindfolded and by touching them.
Severe, austere and yet, full of life, Retiro is a vernacular version of Castilian and Andalusian in a typical Didot.
Jeames brings familiarity to the often detached feeling extended serif genre. The curved, heavy, joints let the letters bounce along while the proportions and contrast keep your eyes grounded.
Bague Round is a soft contemporary geometric typeface which blends distinct minimalist characteristics with mainstream details.
Handsome Script is perfect for luxury products and special occasions such as weddings or parties.
Common is a beautifully modern sans-serif typeface.
Colroy is a superbly and subtly crafted contemporary Clarendonlike typeface.
Want more? Here’s 21 of our favorites from October 2014.