Sean Mitchell is an Interactive Designer based in Vancouver, British Columbia, and the editor of Type Release. Sean Mitchell is an Interactive Designer based in Vancouver, British Columbia, and the editor of Type Release.
We took a small hiatus for the past couple of months, but now we’re back with more favorite fonts for all your typographic needs. Have a look below:
Oh No Type Co: Hobeaux
For the designer seeking a high performance type family.
Kairos successfully melds design distinction and ease of use.
Noyh has a geometric structure with smooth corners – clean and friendly.
FontFont: FF Real
Rooted in early static grotesques from the turn of the century.
➤ FF Real
FontFont: FF Hertz
One of the very rare uni-width typefaces, which means each letter occupies the same space in all weights.
➤ FF Hertz
Salamat is an elegant and sophisticated brush script.
Laura Worthington: Beloved
Beloved – the hand of a romantic spirit, rendered in ballpoint.
Oh No Type Co: Viktor Script
A good companion for any well-deserving designer.
Fenotype: Vanilla Shot
Vanilla Shot is a smooth script family with two weights and an ornament set.
The flair of the Wild West melded with a shout out to the sign painters and package lettering artists of the 1800s.
Commercial Type: Sanomat Sans
A geometric sans serif with both display and text variants.
Indian Type Foundry: Tarsus
Tarsus is a sturdy serif typeface optimized for text.
Reserves: Reload Alt Stencil
A rounded industrial geometric stencil typeface.
A contemporary slab serif inspired by the broad nib pen.
Hanoded: Liquid Embrace
Liquid Embrace is a rough ’n’ ready brush font.
Juliasys: Josef K
Combines a clear, self-confident stroke with the calligraphic features typical of Franz Kafka’s handwriting.
➤ Josef K
Typedifferent: BD Barbeaux
BD Barbeaux is a condensed typeface with the fashionable chic of the French art nouveau.
Juri Zaech: Realtime Text
Realtime Text is a technical yet friendly design with details that serve function and visual impact alike.
Ermine is derived from one of the most illuminated eras in American History.
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