- In the early 1980s, at the start of my career, I had the opportunity to work in a print shop with classic lead setting. In those days I would study issues of U&lc magazine from ITC. What really caught my attention were scripts in the Spencerian style. I’ve been fascinated by this American penmanship tradition ever since.
- A few years ago I developed a font. Boris Bencic used it when he was redesigning L’Officiel magazine in Paris. I took these initial forms and developed them into the font Mommie when I started my own foundry. Although I usually design text typefaces, working on Mommie taught me how complex it can be to create a script headline font. The biggest challenge in this process has been to keep it alive and fresh.
- The Regular weight is only made for very big headlines. The thin lines with the bold drops are very elegant. For smaller sizes use the Medium and Small weight.
- It won the TDC 2008 award and was Judges Choice of Christian Schwartz.
Glenda Font Family 2xOTF - Hubert Jocham €78
- Glenda is again an italic script like Mommie. In the Regular the characters join and it looks like a neatly written sprencerian handwriting. But like Narziss it has got a Swirls version too. Every glyph and swirl is carefully designed to work in every connection. Use Glenda at only very large sizes.
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Typography inspired and designed for video games or applications online, a fat and heavy typography with different alternatives, swash, set dingbat, rough, and also contains Cyrillic alphabet, which also have swash, "Munky" invites the designer, to create dynamic titles and quite entertaining way.
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The inspiration for this typeface came from the epigraph on a frame of a nineteenth century painting. I was fascinated by the peculiar capitals of the inscription. The high contrast, and the overall quirkiness, especially the tail of the R and the oblique stems on the M, was interesting. I decided to draw a display font with high contrast and a vertical axis, in a reference to the transitional form. Still I wanted to capture the spirit of the original letters, which to me are so imbued with Romanticism. This approach allowed for some exuberance on the regular style, but also led to more calligraphic letterforms in the italic – in which “the flow of the curves” lead the way. To add to this epigraphic nature there is a number of ornaments that accompany words accordingly to their uppercase or lowercase form. For versatility there’s also a good amount of ligatures, alternative glyphs, and a special set of ornamental numbers.
Lewis is a stencil typeface inspired by vintage sign painting. Lewis is designed for display use within printed publications as it has a high contrast of organic forms. Lewis consists of 3 styles; Classic, Display and Inline. Each style is based on the same skeleton but with a different personality. The Classic style is a simple and elegant stencil typeface which is also the original structure of Lewis. The Display style features intertwined flourish like parts and the last member of the family is the Inline style which features subtle internal details.
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- The ‘Somatype’ range has expanded further with this latest addition to the collection, titled SomaSlab. Although the basic letterforms are the same as in the generic Somatype family, the introduction of slab-serifs to appropriate characters has transformed the typeface into something new, creating a completely different styling in the process and striking a pleasing balance between classic & contemporary styles.
- The fishtail and curved serifs on certain characters also introduces a unique quirkiness, making SomaSlab stand out alongside most classic slab serif fonts. Some alternative characters are available too, together with an extended Latin glyph set, allowing users a variable choice and great versatility for text settings.
- SomaSlab comes in both Regular & Slanted styles, each in 4 practical weights, providing plenty of flexibility on any creative project.
- A semi-heavy face slightly condensed, inspired by the Germanic & European type fonts.
- Applications include captions, packaging, invitations, cards, posters, ads, book jackets, and manuals.
- The Shinokai is a sans serif of two weights that is both dynamic and consequent. Originally concepted as a font for application letters by Lukas Schiltknecht it quickly became a more sophisticated piece of work. This Typeface is inspired by some of his favorite fonts the FF DIN and the ITC Officina.
- It is made to suit a variety of uses like advertising and packaging, film and tv, editorial and publishing as well as posters and billboards.
- Selektor Slab is small font family created as logical extending of the Selektor font family. Inspired and after that designed with the charm of technical letters, it contains a few letters with specific endings that gives Selektor Slab peculiar impression. Global overview of Selektor Slab says it’s a neutral, corporate, stable, well balanced font family, but not cold and heartless to leave readers without remembrance on its characteristics. It is fully appliable in all kinds of publications, from long texts in paragraphs to titles and product names. Available in 3 weights - Light, Regular and Bold and matching Italics. All family members include Small Caps and Fractions as additional OpenType features.
- The revised and expanded Raldo RE includes plenty of new features not available in the previous version:There are four (4) additional styles: Raldo RE Text and Text Italic as well as Black and Black Italic. In total, there are 10 styles in the Raldo RE font family. All fonts contain the complete Latin character set for Western and Central Europe. The complete character set for each style of Raldo RE can be viewed on our website by clicking the corresponding character set icons. Moreover, all Raldo RE styles come with various special glyphs like arrows and geometric symbols. Last but not least, the styles Text, Regular, Semibold and Bold include small caps plus small caps figures and monetary symbols.
- Raldo RE Pro supports the following OpenType Features:
- Fractions, ordinals, small caps (RaldoRE Text, Regular, Semibold und Bold only), superiors, inferiors, nominator, denominator, tabular figures, small caps figures, lining figures, old style figures.
- Prored is an avantgarde sans serif typeface that contains 5 weights – Light, Regular, Bold, ExtraBold and Black.
- It is small and compact font family with own characteristic expression, constructed to be safe choice for all kinds of typographic tasks.
- With specific curved endings that are adhered on baseline, Prored includes tiny note of singularity – just enough to make it’s own identity recognizable and catchy.
- Taller x-height gives an afterimage of a bit narrowed look, but with rational proportions and well balanced weights, 5 of them are really sufficient and capable to handle extreme typographic issues. Especially charming is Black which can be used also as display typeface in situations where elegant solutions are required in combination with stronger visibility.
- Beside Central Europe, Prored also contains glyphs for Turkish and Baltic languages.
- Highly neutral impression recommends Prored as an excellent choice for branding campaigns or new identities.