New fonts of the week
Every day new fonts are released, let’s take a look at some of the best fonts published in the past seven days.Every day new fonts are released, let’s take a look at some of the best fonts published in the past seven days.
Brandon Printed is based on the famous Brandon Grotesque typeface. It has an eroded, printed look with four variations of every letter. With several different styles like a shadowed version, an inline version and a double printed version you can create a lot of lovely combinations. The Brandon Printed package also contains a set with 95 Extras like arrows, catchwords, stars, emblems numbers & lines.
Lighthearted and friendly, Meritage delivers your message with an informal style. OpenType users benefit from crossbar ligatures for common letter pairings, case-sensitive quotes and smart apostrophes. Other goodies include alternates for lowercase characters, optional old-style numerals and a few clip-on swash elements, accessible by keyboard or supporting application’s OpenType glyph menu.
P22 Canterbury is a typeface designed to give an old book look-and-feel to your designs.
National Champion is an overly confident geometric slab that comes in four weights. He is best suited for those looking for a well colored, balanced and spaced font in the College genre. He’s got a 3/4 cap lowercase, lots of language options, opentype fractions and meticulous hinting for web use.
Gist from Yellow Design Studio is an inline slab serif with a retro yet contemporary vibe. It’s a collision between monoline slab and indie script. With 627 glyphs per weight, it’s highly customizable…either keep it simple with the base character set or use ligatures, alternates and swashes for extra flair. All-caps typesettings have an especially retro edge. Also included are line layers for adding color to the inline areas. As a bonus, try Gist Light for free!