Did October bring us all kinds of festive, spooky typefaces? We’ll find out in this month’s roundup of our favorites from last month.
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.
Uniform is a multi-width geometric type family.
Boucherie includes four distinct display types, plus ornaments, catchwords, and frames.
Queue was drawn to reflect the contradictory and complex world of today.
Bowling Script is loaded with all kinds of alternation, swashing and over-the-top stuff.
Love Script is a font with a big heart.
Super-elliptical shapes and sturdy serifs.
Peter is a neo-grotesque sans with rational and clear basic letterforms.
A lush splurge on pure basic geometrical shapes and sizes.
A contemporary family of two related sans serifs: one is the functional Darby Sans; the other a refined display version for large sizes, where the contrast is dramatically higher.
Diogenes is an elegant and crisp text typeface.
The Ropa Soft family brings a warm and friendly feel.
An expansion of Matthew Carter’s classic display serif.
Merel is a modern geometric typeface with humanist attributes.
Newcastle gives you great opportunities for spicy typography.
Westeinde has been optimized for the best legibility in print and screen.
Foro Sans is well suited for ambitious typography.
Quitador is a constructed slab serif typeface with a humanistic touch.
Grottel is a modern grotesque sans serif font family that follows the philosophy of original grotesque typefaces with enhanced personality.
Want more? Check out our roundup of favorites from September 2014.