imaginary shopping spree: what's in your cart?

fiftyfootgirl's picture

Times are tough, pennies are pinched, purse strings are pulled tight. It's Friday.
Let's go imaginary shopping for fonts.
What would you buy if money was no object?

aluminum's picture

"What would you buy if money was no object?"

A calligrapher.

blank's picture

The complete collections of Fontshop and Font Bureau. There are probably some others worth considering, but those two would keep me covered until they go out of style.

ihoff's picture

Great answer, aluminum!

Sharon Van Lieu's picture

Fontshop would cover vllg and Font Bureau and Shinn Type and Psyops and a lot of other favorites so I would buy that also. Then I would need a way faster computer and an assistant with a very good memory to remember what fonts I have.

Frode Bo Helland's picture

I would probably buy Kris Sowersby :)

fiftyfootgirl's picture

That's kind of like wishing for more wishes.

Frode Bo Helland's picture

It's the oldest trick. I can't believe Aladdin was so stupid.

Stephen Coles's picture

Sharon - Unfortunately from Village we only carry Underware. Most of the Village fonts are exclusive to the co-op.

russellm's picture

Fontlab Studio, & superfast computerwitheverything.

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Quincunx's picture

I would start with: some if not all OurType fonts and alot from TEFF and DTL as well.

AGL's picture

" What would you buy if money was no object "

P22 Allyson and Olicana Rough ...

lapiak's picture

FF Kievit by Mike Abbink and Verlag from H&F-J.

Quincunx's picture

I have FF Kievit, and it's definitely worth purchasing. I especially like it for larger pieces of text. :)

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