Time to count down another month of beautiful typefaces. What do you think of our picks from September?
Selfie is a connected sans based on vintage signage scripts.
Hollyhock is a modern and messy calligraphy font with wild, tall letterforms that refuse to be tamed.
Jasmine a flowing script font that works well for text, headlines or quotes.
Magma is a rare sans serif typeface family designed explicitly for use in both text and display applications.
Factoria is a hardworking, geometric, square slab family.
A display typeface whose circular cuts replace each angled intersection.
Gibbs is a tough, sophisticated sans that is both stylish and comfortable to read.
Uomo is a contemporary typographic system that explores geometric style and Italian art deco.
Harman includes seven fonts and their inline forms.
Inspired by the characters on french street plates.
Bemol features craftsman style, worn edges and highly spontaneous look.
Pepone is a contemporary, discreet book serif.
Korpus Grotesk imitates the technical characteristics of phototypesetting.
Core Escher is an optical illusion type family inspired by the works of M.C. Escher.
Conto is a clear and reduced sans serif typeface in eight weights.
Nautica is a script typeface inspired by brush pen strokes.
Nexa Rust is a multifaceted font system with a warm, rough look.
St. Croce is based on worn out lettering on tombstones in the St. Croce Basilica in Florence.
Whisky is a blackletter font family with a casual touch.
Estandar Rounded is a retro and vintage wayfinding sans serif.
Schar is a humanist sans designed like a serif with high stroke contrast, but without serifs.
Marker Aid was drawn with a dry chisel felt tip marker, resulting in two striking, detail rich fonts.
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