Ciutadella Font Family $299 | 10 x TTF | Turkish Support
Ciutadella was originally commissioned by Mario Eskenazi’s studio. It is a versatile geometric sans serif, a simple, clean and direct family. Its power resides in an overhaul simplicity that reflects an “open” personality, easily suitable to be used across a wide range of applications, from identity systems to publications. Although it has been conceived to be used as a display typeface, it performs well in intermediate length texts mostly because of some specific characteristics such as the alternate two-story ‘a’. It is available in Open Type format and includes Alternate Characters, Ligatures, Tabular Figures, Fractions, Numerators, Denominators, Superiors and Inferiors. It supports Central and Eastern European languages. The type family consists of 10 styles, 5 weights (Light, Regular, Medium, SemiBold and Bold) plus italics.
A twentieth century modern face commissioned by Stempel and designed by Hermann Zapf in 1952; it is based on his thoughts about the squared-off circle known as the super-ellipse. The type was originally intended as a newspaper text face by Linotype.
OTF | 4 Fonts | JPG Preview | 1 Mb RAR
DigiBo Font Family $60 | 6 x TTF
Inspired by a scoreboard of the public transport in London our best selling font family is the basic font for the german magazine Starshot and even earned feedback from Sports Illustrated.The technical look of the entire DigiBo family is making the font a worthy member of the Eurostile / DIN -league.
Doctrine Stencil Font Family $290 | 5 x TTF | Turkish Support
A utilitarian display typeface with a muscular character, Doctrine Stencil is the revolutionary comrade of the text typeface Doctrine. From the obscure starting point of the North Korean national airline livery, Doctrine Stencil has grown to encompass a series of more mature typographic influences. By blending elements of twentieth-century neo-grotesque, humanist and geometric styles, Doctrine Stencil is at once universal and idiosyncratic. Doctrine Stencil is informed mid-twentieth-century modernism, yet is more human and less clinical than many modernist faces. The rounded, lighter weights speak with graceful composure whilst the large x-height, low contrast and squarer, heavier weights give Doctrine Stencil an affable charm and a persuasive voice.Including a vast array of ligatures and alternate characters in five weights ranging from thin to black, Doctrine Stencil is capable of handling a multitude of testing typographical situation
Creativemarket Navy Queen Display Font 516671
Navy Queen is a over-extended, geometrically designed sans serif display font that pays homage to simpler times. This font will act as a great addition to any vintage design project including posters, logos, crests, packaging, and so much more!
Navy Queen comes in a clean style, as well as two varying styles of distressing. It also comes equipped with support for a variety of latin languages, as well as bonus swashes.
Atrium Font Family $80 | 6 x TTF
Atrium, designed by Alex Jacque, is a strong, linear, geometric sans-serif display typeface based off century-old pen art by W.E. Dennis.Atrium’s stubbornly geometric letterforms are set off with a few softening flourishes on a few glyphs. It’s sharp corners, straight verticals and horizontals make Atrium pack some punch when used in headlines, pull quotes, and logotypes.Atrium was released in 2012 in OpenType format and comes in three different weights: light, regular, and bold, with a regular and oblique version of each for a total of 6 styles in the family.
Creativemarket Ready For Fashion Font 506085
Use the font for product that you want to sell like t-shirt, invitation card, poster, and other design products.
BONUS : 500 Watercolor Textures Packs+1080 Vintage Grunge Logo Variations
Creativemarket Ndogk Font 520942
Opentype features ready with Stylistic Set, Contextual alternates. With Opentype features you can applied to logos, product, display, clothing, quotes and many more. You can applied to all typography with mix and match pairs of letters to fit your own designs.
Futura ND Font Family $1538 | 33 x TTF | Turkish Support
Futura does give a restful, almost bland impression, which accords with Renner’s objectives. Futura seems classical, not only due to the form of its capitals, but also to the open, wide forms of the geometrical small letters. The typeface relies on notions of classical, yet contemporary form — harmony and evenness of texture.Futura ND was completely digitized anew from the original sources of the Bauersche Giesserei, now held by Bauer Types in Barcelona. Thanks to the modern digital technology Futura lives on in a greater variety than ever, offering a wide choice of typographic solutions for contemporary design in the new millennium.
Gotham Narrow Font Family $300 | 16 x OTF | Turkish Support
A new and economical Gotham, specifically designed for text.Typefaces whose letterforms are rooted in the square and circle are known as "geometrics," and they're one of typography's great paradoxes. Their wide proportions and open shapes make them easy to read at text sizes, and a well-designed geometric can reinforce this clarity through careful attention to the design's internal proportions as well. (Gotham's large lowercase has dilated features, succinct ascenders and descenders, and a generous fit, which combine to make Gotham especially clear at text sizes and below.) But because geometrics are wider than average, they can be difficult to use in narrow columns, which is exactly where text most often appears.
PF Champion Script Pro Font Family $225 | 2 x TTF | Turkish Support
PF Champion Script Pro is perhaps the most advanced and powerful calligraphic family ever made.It is based mainly on the manuscripts of the 18th century English calligrapher Joseph Champion. Developed over a period of two and a half years, each one of the 2 weights is loaded with 4300 glyphs(!), offering simultaneous support for all European languages based on the Latin, Greek and Cyrillic scripts. Furthermore, a wide selection of alternate forms and ligatures is included for all languages, in order to accommodate diverse design aesthetics. These alternates are either applied automatically through an advanced programming scheme, or manually through several OpenType features.