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I would like to introduce the font: INVECTORS Band
Relased freely at:
This is a 'brother' of INVECTORS font relased earlier.
Feel free to leave a comment..
I'm pleased to announce the launch of my website. After 10 years by the first time I've seen typophile I finally get my own one and four typefaces on my luggage. See it here! Thanks for your visit!
I am looking for a similar typeface just like the image attached. It's a broche people get when graduating nurse school in the '60 in Holland. Besides my own research, I might need your expertise about similar typeface. But then I am looking for a bit more modern looking then this one, but still the same style.
Hope to hear back soon,
Does anyone know of a single typeface that has sans serif, serif, stencil, and inline (or outlined) styles? Again, I'm looking for a single typeface that has all of these styles included—I know, quite a tall order, but I'm curious if one exists. Audree is the only one I know that comes close. It has a so-called normal style, but not a pure sans serif.
Hi everybody, this is my first post on the forum, and I'd like to present my font for you.
I'm going to relase it as free.
I also welcome your feedback and comments..
I'm trying to find a font similar to this one if anyone could help!
Please see attached.
Hello guys! Happy New Year 2015!
Today i have released new version of Wallington : it's Wallington Pro!
Wallington Pro is a decorative-serif font embodying vintage and elegant curves with functional structure. Style is adopted from Old English cultures with their descendants around mid-12th century and Art nouveau in 19th century, it was inspired by natural forms and structures and the curved lines. Crafted with love and easy-to-read letter design.
Wallington Pro consists of 721 glyphs including 268 unique ligatures, 30+ catchwords and 10 stylistic sets.
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Hello Typephile members.
I've released my typeface "BOXDON" which was especially designed for vertical layout. The typeface looks like boxes or playing blocks with minimal counter space to enhance 'stacked' feeling as much as possible.
In general, Japanese, Chinese and Mongolian, etc. is well known as languages which can have vertical layout system. However, even in usage of Latin alphabets, we can see some examples of vertical layout as building signage and spine of books. Then I thought that we have possibility to design special typeface for vertical layout to dig out expansion of type design world.
I hope this typeface gives spicy inspiration to your graphic design..
BOXDON at MyFonts.
Hello my name is Jose Luis Ruvalcaba and I'm currently attending The Art Institute of Phoenix. I'm a senior and pursuing a degree in graphic design with a minor in typography. I'm currently enrolled in a font design class and I just completed my typeface! I would love your personal and professional opinion. Please let me know what you like and what would make this typeface better.
By: Jose Luis Ruvalcaba
I'm working on a typeface this quarter for a school class and need some critique from you type experts. The name of my typeface is "1800 Something" because it was Inspired by the “Franklin TYPE Foundry - Book of Specimens Edition of 1889”. The goal with this font was to use characteristics of 1800 typefaces and make them relevant again for type nerds alike. Basically i'm looking for any critique but I am specifically concerned with my drop shadow alternates, how can I make the drop shadow less illustrator stroke looking, it feels too blocky.
Thanks for any comments and all your critiques!
An older font of mine called Signer and some pictures during its design process.
It's a common question to ask what your favorite typeface is but I usually get stuck because there are so many typefaces that are amazing in different ways, it's difficult to select any and exclude others. I have an extensive collection of pictures of typefaces on my computer so I know what's around generally speaking. However, at least once a year a typeface is released that's so clever and so well done it makes me realize there is a lot more to do in type design besides emulating old classics.
Hi I am starting up an Eyelash Extension spa- the logo picture is a very rough draft. My demographic is early 20s to late 40s with average being late 20s-early 30s. Am trying to convey an upscale, chic, modern (but not cold), stylish, with elegant/feminine touch. Suggestions of typefaces is VERY appreciated! Have been going crazy trying to find something that looks ok. Was thinking modern/script but am open to other typefaces/script. Also what would you recommend then for tagline? (Logo might be edited with box around it and/or without tagline). Again your guys feedback is very very much appreciated!
Two pictures of my “Girl” character. g was inspired by beautiful Natalia.
I appreciate that it's a very varied period, but I'm looking for typefaces that are evocative of the UK in the 20th century (specifically fashion) from 1920-80. Any thoughts welcome. thank you.
I’m currently working on branding for an Asian city and I imagine the wordmark to have a modern, Western-friendly appeal, but with a subtle Asian warmth and sharpness to it.
ITC Symbol Std has caught my attention so far, but I’m really not comfortable with the varying thickness of the stems and the loops. Also, the thicker weights look nice but when it comes down to the lighter weights, the typeface looks odd.
I have also found Penumbra to be appealing although I wish it had more subtle serifs and available lowercase letters for the wordmark I’m designing.
I've been working on this font for over a year now, I've been putting it on and off and I'm hoping to finish it by the end of the year. Right now all I have is lowercase and will eventually work my way to numbers and glyphs.
I'll gladly appreciate any feedback and criticism.
Inspired by the classic proportions of traditional book typography, and crafted for today’s digital landscape, the newest release from the Monotype Studio is the Quire Sans™ typeface. Designed by Jim Ford, the family of 20 fonts is a typeface for all media, suitable for everything from branding, advertising and packaging, to displays, user interfaces, billboards, signage and environmental graphics.
can anyone comment on the usability of the "Core Sans" family by S-Core?
The "N" (= neutral) version is on discount at the moment (for example here http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/s-core/core-sans-n/), and I would like to hear about how it works for large amounts of text like in books.
Has anyone ever mixed the different members of the family, "N" with "G" for example? Are small caps included? I once saw that there’s an extra "SC" font available …
Titus Nemeth's article titled "Simplified Arabic: a new form of Arabic type for hot metal composition" was recently published in "Typography papers 9."
This is an excellent review of the development of Simplified Arabic since its inception in the 1950's. It will be of interest to anyone concerned with the history of Arabic typeface design. It would be even more useful if some of the figure were published large enough to show the details of the typefaces featured. Perhaps, Reading or Nemeth could publish these images in high resolution on the Internet for those of us who desire to learn more.
¶ I'd like to start a thread about typeface-related books.
1. Can the moderator create a section dedicated to typeface-related books?
2. Is there a place to purchase out of print typeface-related books?
3. Can you draw your list of out of print typeface-related books?
"Lichtspielhaus" is a ultra condensed Lichtspiele Spin-Off with 8 weights. It still transports you back to a time where neon lights and marquee letters decorated cinema facades.
There are 8 styles: Hairline, Thin, Light, Regular, Medium, Bold, Black and Heavy.
"Lichtspielhaus" is the first part of a new Type Noir Quadrilogy.
(80% OFF for a limited time)
My first attempt at designing a typeface.
Still plenty of work to do, but wanted to know what you'd change so far.
It comes with Sans styles and a Display alternative as well.
I appreciate your opinions!
Fortunately I finally had the time to continue my first efforts in the conception of a spurless geometric sans.
Any comments would be appreciated! :)
Monotype’s Director of Words and Letters, Allan Haley, will Present “Typographic Master Lessons” on May 13, 2014, at 4:30 p.m., at the Hynes Convention Center.
Allan’s presentation will offer sage advice, design solutions and typographic inspiration from some of the most highly regarded design teachers and mentors, including Gail Anderson, Kit Hinrichs, DJ Stout, Michael Osborne, Carin Goldberg, Sean Anderson and Erik Spiekermann.
Allan will also be hosting a giveaway at the event for the following libraries:
Linotype Originals Library