We’ve counted down our favorite fonts every month this year, and now it’s time to look back at what 2014 brought us in beautiful typography… in no particular order, of course.
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Selfie is a connected sans based on vintage signage scripts.
Input is a flexible system of fonts designed specifically for code.
Texta is a contemporary, rational, transparent and useful sans to compose all kind of texts.
Woodkit is a playful fixed-width display series of typefaces inspired by wood type.
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.
Warm and welcoming, Adorn offers seven display fonts, four script designs, monograms, ornaments, illustrations, banners, frames, and catchwords.
Ahkio’s roots are in 1930s sign painting and showcard lettering but with a modern and individual twist.
GT Sectra is a contemporary serif typeface combining the calligraphy of the broad nip pen with the sharpness of the scalpel.
Brandon Printed has an eroded, printed look with four variations of every letter.
A script with a crisp energy and buoyancy that only the collaboration of paper and screen can lay claim to.
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.
Queue was drawn to reflect the contradictory and complex world of today.
Monolina is a contemporary monolinear script that is based on the contrast between classical calligraphy and quickly jotted manuscript.
An arsenal of nearly boundless possibilities, from ethereal thin to blinding black, with an uncommonly handy series of steps in between.
Libertad is a sans serif that mixes humanist and grotesk models.
Domaine Sans follows the similar structural logic as Domaine. Both the Domaine Sans Display and Fine have exuberant detail and high contrast; whereas Domaine Sans Text is more robust and pragmatic for extended text-setting.
Peter is a neo-grotesque sans with rational and clear basic letterforms.
Generous x-height, distinctive stroke endings and an unconventional shift in balance.
A versatile monoline typeface with a distinct and eye-catching personality.
Brando is a contemporary serif with humanist proportions.
Love Script is a font with a big heart.
Lust Slim is packed with alternates to play with – enough to turn you on and satisfy.
A monumental family of typefaces designed for print and screen.
Courtesy Script Pro captures the elegance and propriety of finely practiced Spencerian penmanship.
An expansion of Matthew Carter’s classic display serif.
FF Franziska – discreet, functional and modern, but with real personality.
FF Bauer Grotesk – revived and better than ever with six weights and italics, this is the must-have grotesk.
Urban Grotesk attempts to follow the best of traditions of grotesk typefaces.
Parmigiano Typographic System (named after Parma, the city where Bodoni established his printing house) has the stated ambition to be the most extensive family of fonts ever to have been inspired by Giambattista Bodoni.
Quire Sans is highly functional and sexy at the same time.
BC Kakao is a font family of stylistically similar fonts loosely based on calligraphy and handwriting.
Horizontes Script – finding a balance between spontaneity, elegance and beauty.
Magma is a rare sans serif typeface family designed explicitly for use in both text and display applications.
Identitet is a system designed to work together as a unified whole.
Industry Inc comprises numerous standalone styles along with a layered type system.
A clean, versatile font with modern sensibilities and a dash of character.
Foro Sans is well suited for ambitious typography.
Diogenes is an elegant and crisp text typeface.
Want more? Here were our picks for the best typefaces of 2013.