Salty - not fat just big boned.
Salty is a hearty brush family that’s great for any kind of display use from packaging to poster & logos to headlines. Salty has bold and clear basic letterforms and lots of alternates for more customised look.
Salty family consists of Script, Caps and Extras and two weights of each.
Salty script is equipped with plenty of OpenType features: Keep Automatic Ligatures on to keep the flow and click Swash, Stylistic or Titling Alternates for extra goodies or manually select from even more alternates from Glyph Palette.
Salty Caps is a vivid set of casual caps that play well with the script but can also be used on their own. Salty Extras is a set of ornaments and swashes designed to support the script. Some of the Extras are designed so that they can be used to customise the letters - to create your own Alternates.
Rogliano is an affable Slab Serif. On one hand it responds to the classic tenet of strong and direct alphabets of the Industrial Revolution period. While nourishing the text of a warm environment, it takes the freedom to flirt with lettering and lithographic posters of the Victorian era: due to its multiple stylistic alternatives, borders and decorative ornaments. This wide range of voices makes Rogliano a versatile typeface that can move from the mechanical to humanistic with absolute ease, and perform efficiently from branding to editorial design.
Rogliano offers 14 weights with support for more than 200 latin languages.
Basic Sans Cnd: A new sans.
Designed by Daniel Hernández
Basic Sans Cnd is a narrower version of Basic Sans. It is a family of Grotesque features with a functional, neutral and seeming clean style that looks to keep a neutral (or basic) appearance on paper, but including lots of details that give it a unique personality.
Basic Sans Cnd is a sans-serif typeface well-suited for publishing projects, medium-sized text, branding, posters, headlines and more!
This font family comes in 7 weights—ranging from Thin to Black—plus matching italics and it has a set of 416 characters that support 206 different languages.
Wylgate us a classic sign writer’s lettering style, designed on an oblique line to capture and a sense of motion and speed. It’s a timeless design which can be used to draw attention to a headline or a sign, while maintaining perfect legibility. Bring a ‘middle 20th century’ feel to your next project.
Introducing Hartley, a fabulous dry textured brush script font with swashes + alternates galore. Hartley has a wonderful flow with a playful dancing baseline, unique pairs, and extras. Use Hartley for all of your hand lettering projects like invitations, greeting cards, promotional materials, websites, and branding that need that hand brushed lettering vibe. Commercial use permitted.
Hartley includes 15 front and end swashes that attach seamlessly to upper and lowercase letterforms. Flower doodles, realistic brush textured strokes, doodles, and more are also included.
Hartley is encoded for Private Use Area which means you don't need any fancy software to access the swashes and extras in this font. *Tutorial on using hidden private use area characters is here: angiemakes.com/secret-to-add-swashes-extras-to-your-fonts-meet-the-private-use-area-for-fonts/
Here’s what’s included in the download:
-Hartley Regular - A fabulous, hand brushed calligraphy font .OTF font file
- Hartley Alternates - A full set of alternate upper and lowercase letters .OTF font file
- Hartley Slanted - A slightly slanted version of Hartley .OTF font file
- Hartley Alternates Slanted - A slightly slanted version of Hartley Alternate Characters .OTF font file
- Hartley Extras - Extra doodles and brushed lines and splotches .OTF font with image map included
Open Type features include unique pairs like ll, pp, dd, etc. Turn on Stylistic Alternates to easily use the alternate lowercase and uppercase letters in the font.
Cormac is a humanist typeface characterized with it’s large x-height and slightly flared stems. The word that best describes our ideas in the beginning of the project is “simple” - the idea behind it was to strip the letter forms of everything unnecessary, and yet keep the typeface interesting.
The typeface is friendly without being too cheezy thanks to its humanistic character, flared ascenders and stems reminding of its calligraphic origin. The proportions are closer to the traditional old style typefaces. Cormac is open and readable typeface coming in 7 weights plus their matching ‘true’ italics - from Extra Thin to Bold.
The family comes with Cyrillic support, great range of numerals, fractions, ligatures, alternates and a lot of special characters making Cormac a great solution for greate range of design work - branding, editorial, web, wayfinding, etc.