Here are 25 of our favorite typefaces released last month. Do you agree with our picks?
True North is a vintage inspired typeface with 16 styles and a monoline script.
Wallington is a decorative serif embodying vintage & elegant curves with functional structure.
Pique is a fast moving brush script.
Minicons contains 1500 minimal vector icons.
Servus Slab consists of nine weights with matching italics.
Ample Soft is monolinear and a bit squarish in nature.
Fort Condensed has a flexible voice and durable performance.
Loew is a versatile sans with simple and honest geometry.
Filson is a geometric sans serif family with versatility in mind.
A clear and comfortable geometric typeface.
Nemocón is a display font family with over 2200 glyphs distributed in six files.
Horizontes Script – finding a balance between spontaneity, elegance and beauty.
Like an eccentric British uncle to Morris Fuller Benton’s Franklin and News Gothics.
Grota Sans is a grotesque typeface with a latin spirit.
Adagio Sans is inspired by classical English typefaces.
A casual semi-connected script.
Dawnora – a spirited serif.
Sailec is a clean, neutral typeface.
Identitet is a system designed to work together as a unified whole.
MB Empire has a distinctly English feel.
Core Sans D is a modern condensed sans serif.
A spontaneous, handmade look, with extensive, fine-tuned typographic controls.
Milio is designed for body text.
Butcher & Block is a carefully hand-made, quirky, versatile typeface, crafted with love.
Random is an eye catching expressive typeface that features six automatically shuffling alternatives.
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