Otama - New Magazine Font Family $399
28 OTF Font Files with WOFF Web Fonts | Designer: Tim Donaldson | TURKISH SUPPORT
From the dainty light weight through to the striking UltraBold, Otama raises the bar to a new level of dangerous sophistication. Although easily classified alongside Modern typefaces such as Didot and Bodoni, Otama was purposely developed with minimum reference to these two visual heavy weights. In search of something more than a mere historical revival, Otama instead draws proportional reference from popular 20th century Transitional and Garalde typefaces with visual inspiration coming from calligraphic studies. Many characteristics from Tim Donaldson’s 2010 display face Pyes Pa were directly passed on in execution of Otama — The shoelaced k, e and a being the most obvious examples of this family relation. Refined over 2 years with well over 8,000 characters over 28 styles, Otama certainly deserves its place as a comprehensive and versatile typeface in any designer’s font library.
5 OTF Fonts | Designer: Rodrigo Araya Salas | Design Date: Dec 23, 2014 | Turkish Support
Variants of Marty, to generate many more entertaining titles, playing with shapes, lines, also contains the Cyrillic alphabet was created with the intention of making a more visually friendly title, this typeface contains:
-Marty Spring Regular
Monocolo is the result of a reflection on communication and of the language evolution in the new media. For this reason, some emoticons have been added to the usual glyphs and symbols and icons have been added to the regular. These glyphs, through the use of Discretionary Ligatures (DL) feature, can be recalled by using their name or idea associated with them (in the English language). This feature is designed to retrieve the icons quickly and not to be applied to a text, therefore you have to pay attention to compound words when used through DL.
OTF, WOFF | 2 Fonts | JPG Preview | 4 Mb RAR
The Bunken Tech Sans superfamily: A reminiscence of constructed fonts of the modern age designed with considerably cleaner forms. Bunken Tech Sans follows in the best tradition of the straight-lined and somewhat angular structures of its predecessors while offering a much more open and mild design. The shapes of the letters are therefore reduced to the most essential elements: The spurs on a, b, n and other lower case letters occur just as little as decorative or style details, the lightly rounded inside edges are more pleasing to the eye than certain historic role models and make for a harmonic, flowing style.
OTF, WOFF | 22 Fonts | JPG Preview | 6.6 Mb RAR
Kosumi is an experimental display typeface. Its juxtaposition of thick and thin catches that gleam in your eye, and leads you by the hand out of your comfort zone with such ease that you'll never look back. Kosumi is comfortable in any of a thousand different places, looking brilliant on posters, and reigning supreme within magazine spreads. All you need to do is let is whisk you away. The eye-catching differences between thick and thin lines serve to capitalise your attention, ensuring your nicely laid out headline is truly the star of the show!
OTF, WOFF | 1 Font | JPG Preview | 3.1 Mb RAR
OTF | WOFF
Metric Navy PRO is a lightweight monoline developed for short texts and loose phrases in versions: thin, light, normal, regular, bold and black.
Neon is an experimental, retro display typeface designed by Superfried. Neon features two styles which can be toggled via shift. As the name suggests styling for the typeface started with classic neon signage, but quickly took a new direction of its own leading to a very distinct and versatile display face. Neon has been featured in Computer Arts magazine.
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