@NickLutsko I will not rest until everyone I know listens to this 😂
We're just nuts about typography. Font maniacs, as we like to say. Ten years ago, when we began this business, you could count the number of web-safe fonts on two-hands. Today, thanks to the Google Fonts project and several other brilliant coding groups, your choices are endless. We celebrate by featuring our newest favorite font on the first Friday of every month! You can also learn about typography on the web and in print, plus view some of our favorite work!
Meet Ollie, a casual signage script whose friendly, bouncy exterior belies a heart of sophisticated OpenType programming. This font is designed to make the most of OpenType savvy applications, and as such is recommended for professional design use. Or to put it another way: Make sure that contextual alternates and ligatures are always turned on!
Anodyne is a warm and weathered all-caps font from Yellow Design Studio with hand-printed texture and unique shadow options. Features include four distress variations for each letter and at least two for every other character. Double-letter ligatures add realism by eliminating identical texture in adjacent characters.
Frontage is a charming layered type system with endless design possibilities using different combinations of fonts and colors. Achieve a realistic 3D effect by adding the shadow font or just use the capital letters of the regular and bold cut for stark artwork.
Medusa is Ramiro Espinoza's homage to one of the most renowned masters of Spanish calligraphy, Ramón Stirling, who was active in Barcelona during the 19th century. The starting-off point in the creation of the typeface was an analysis of the historical models of formal English handwriting and the ways in which those styles had been adapted to the typographic technologies of different eras. A representative example of such adaptations involves the group of letters which, in connected scripts, join from near the top of their x-height, namely "b", "o", "v" and "w".