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This article was published on April 17, 2014

    Our favorite typefaces from March 2014

    Our favorite typefaces from March 2014
    Sean Mitchell
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    Sean Mitchell

    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.

    Sean Mitchell is an interactive designer based in Vancouver, British Columbia, and the editor of TypeRelease.

    Another month means another set of beautiful typefaces for you to check out. Here were our favorites from March.

    Sudtipos: Courtesy Script Pro


    Courtesy Script Pro captures the elegance and propriety of finely practiced Spencerian penmanship.

    The Northern Block: Rein Grotesk


    Rein Grotesk is a low contrast typeface with a strong, neutral personality.

    Hoefler & Co: Surveyor


    A monumental family of typefaces designed for print and screen.

    Stawix: Crique Grotesk


    Crique Grotesk is inspired by neo–humanist and geometric industrial tones.

    Yellow Design Studio: Gist Rough


    Gist Rough — warm and weathered with a retro yet modern vibe.

    Village: Marigny


    A casual typeface that was drawn with serious typography in mind.

    FaceType: Pinto


    The irregular, hand–lettered look adds a human touch to things.

    Latinotype: D.I.Y. Time


    A hand–drawn type system.

    Font Bureau: Big Moore


    Big Moore — a grand serif design by Matthew Carter.

    Type Dynamic: Predige Rounded


    Predige Rounded is a condensed and constructed sans type family with a very low contrast.

    The Northern Block: Modum


    Modum — a precise, highly functional text face.

    ReType: Laski Slab


    Laski Slab is a comprehensive suite of 20 fonts conceived for editorial purposes.

    Mint Type: Anglecia Pro


    Anglecia Pro is an exquisite and versatile system of three transitional serif typefaces.

    TipoType: Mariné


    Mariné is a geometric sans with the softness of humanistic strokes.

    Village: Gravitas


    Gravitas is a contemporary take on the Roman inscriptional capitals.

    Type Dynamic: Sarine


    Sarine is a sans–serif inspired by signage for traffic.

    Kyle Wayne Benson: Maritime Champion


    Maritime Champion — he’s all caps all the time.

    Avondale Type Co: ATC Overlook


    A clean, versatile font with modern sensibilities and a dash of character.

    Mostardesign: Sofia Pro Soft


    Sofia Pro Soft is the rounded version of the successful Sofia Pro family.

    Kostic: Briller


    Briller is a super–wide display sans.

    Colophon: Castledown


    Castledown includes 8 cuts with both a proportional family, as well as a Cursive script variant.

    Martina Flor: Wonderhand


    Wonderhand is an extensive family of scripts designed in six widths and three weights.

    Fontyou: Coco FY


    Coco FY is a vintage script reminding of storefronts sign paintings, and other hand–lettered street signs.