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Designed by Robert Kirchner
Even before AutoCAD decided to acknowledge the existence of PostScript, artists and designers have been asking for a PostScript version of the Isonorm draughtsman's face. A lot of creative people are eagerly waiting to misuse this geometrically-constructed standard letterform for their free-wheeling design. So now, at last, you can have some fun.
Designed by Jan Maack
FF Speak is a Humanist Sans serif from a new FontFont designer, Denmark's Jan Maack. With FF Speak, Maack wanted to capture the tone of voice of youthful conversation. He created smooth but lively letterforms that would evoke different intonations depending on the weights and ligatures used. FF Speak features light, regular, bold, and heavy weights with companion italics.
Designed by Nick Cooke 2003
Originally conceived as the brand typeface for a national retail chain, Omnes fulfills the need for a rounded typeface which is neither overly mannered nor excessively literal. A selective approach to rounding adds subtle visual interest, while a large assortment of non-geometric forms pay homage to 19th-century rounded Grotesques which appeared well before the crisp visual style of the Bauhaus.
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Designed for situations where large point sizes and maximum letter count need to coexist, Bryant Compressed is the narrowest of the Bryant families. Sharp stem joins and increased contrast — stylistic departures from the other weights and widths — allow this face to keep the Bryant style while maintaining a narrow width.
Bryant Condensed is the mid-width family of the Bryant series.Though condensed in name, this family shares a page color and body width similar to many standard grotesques. In other words, it's equally suited for text and display work.
Bryant 2 & Pro
Designed by Eric Olson 2002–2005
Bryant 2 and Bryant 2 Pro are the completely re-drawn and updated versions of our original Bryant series released in 2002. Initially a simple family of four fonts modeled around the popular Wrico lettering kits used by draftsmen and amateur sign makers in the 1960s and ’70s, Bryant 2 & Pro is now an expansive family of fonts for anything from worldwide branding projects to simple one-off posters.
Evolving list of Rounded Typefaces
Listed in Alphabetical Order
Bryant 2 & Pro
Concerto Rounded SG
FF Unit Rounded
the font used for their large quotes/text sections