This Week in Fonts

An American Gothic from Type Supply, smooth and balanced forms by Typefolio, an innovative face from Optimo, an Art Deco inspired gothic by Neil Summerour, a dynamic slab-serif from FontFont, a calligraphy style face by Great Lakes Lettering, a brush flavoured script from Fontfabric, and a hand-lettered family by Debi Sementelli.

Type Supply: Balto

Designed by Tal Leming

From casual to authoritative, classic to contemporary, passive to aggressive, Balto is ready for the job.

Typefolio: Petala Pro

Designed by Marconi Lima

Petala Pro combines readability with a gentle but strong personality, the smooth and balanced forms share space with expressive ink traps.

Optimo: Programme

Designed by Maximage

Developed over the past four years by the Swiss design studio Maximage, Programme is an innovative typeface which is based both on calligraphy and computer programming.

Lettering Inc: Directors Gothic

Designed by Neil Summerour

Inspired by the Art Deco movement popular at the time of its creation, Directors Gothic was designed with an eye toward expanded utility for use in advertising headline and smart corporate materials.

FontFont: FF Marselis Slab

Designed by Jan Maack

FF Marselis Slab crossbreeds geometric and humanistic forms, creating a freshly dynamic slab-serif family.

Great Lakes Lettering: Amethyst

Designed by Molly Jacques Erickson & Dathan Boardman

Amethyst is a calligraphy style font with a moving baseline and lots of shining personality.

Fontfabric: Braxton

Designed by Evgeny Tkhorzhevsky

Braxton is a brush flavoured script family characterized by excellent legibility in both web & print.

Debi Sementelli Type Foundry: Cantoni

Designed by Debi Sementelli

Cantoni is a hand-lettered family with a variety of standard and alternate characters that play together well.

Sponsored by H&FJ.

This Week in Fonts

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