Download Byblos font

Byblos

Byblos” is the name of a town in Lebanon and the name of a famous hotel in St. Tropez. Some time ago I discovered their original logo in an old french magazine, just 5 by 3 centimeters small without any text, address, telephone number not even a picture. They did not need that, that’s how famous the hotel and its old logo was. Well they abandoned their identity when the place was sold to a big chain – I think.

But the logotype, just those five letters inspired me to this new font. It evokes times past and has a little Bauhaus in it – as well as a really modern touch, all depends on the way you use it.

Download Project Soft font

 Project Soft

Project Soft is the more playful version of our 2017 release, Project Sans.

The font features the same 10 weights and matching italics but while the Sans version was more structured, the Soft version shows a cheeky side that creates a vast array of potential. The font still features substantial language support as well as specifically designed italics that feature a unique look for certain characters.

Download DreamTeam font

 DreamTeam

Lining up on the start line is Resistenza’s DreamTeam! This fit font’s long limbs, nimble movement and shifting weight make the multiline-display (inspired by bestseller

Download Notorious font

 Notorious

Notorious is a brush script typeface with features that come from the gestural calligraphy plus a touch of personality, therefore, it delivers a wider freedom in the rhythm and word composing. As a result, this typeface is highly suitable to convey expressivity and nature that you were looking for.

Notorious is composed by two styles, the first one is black and the other one textured, both generate a more nature look when it comes to write. Every weight includes alternative characters, ligatures, numbers, final forms, swashes, extras and catchwords giving you more options in terms of fostering your creativity. If you are looking to create expressive and gestural messages Notorious is your ideal choice.

Download Intervogue™ font

 Intervogue™

Released by Intertype in the 1930’s, Vogue was a geometric sans serif rival to Futura and Kabel. Vogue had many unique quirks like its distinct G, that striking Q with a vertical tail, and many others. Almost ninety years later there has been no decent digital revival of this wonderful typeface... until now. Intervogue brings this classic to life in the modern age. Seven weights complete with true obliques and an alternate cut give Intervogue the versatility to be a true workhorse.

Download TT Jenevers font

 TT Jenevers

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