GT Zirkon Font Family
GT Zirkon freely mixes historical and contemporary ideas in this new sans serif design. Created by Tobias Rechsteiner over a nine year period, this typeface may sparkle like a gem stone — but we think of it more like a heavy-duty tool with exquisite utility. It unites aspects typically associated with typefaces optimized for body copy sizes with more exuberant details usually found in display type.
After I created my font Montello, I decided to continue with the classic connected font look. Meet Panettone. Panettone is a sweet bread loaf, originally from Milan, which is usually served during Christmas.
CM - LittleBear & LittleMouse - Font Duo 2701581
Hi! I hasten to acquaint You with an amazing combination of children's fonts - LittleBear and LittleMouse! These two cute fonts are made by hand and with great love! With the help of fonts, you can make cards, prints on clothes, bright posters, calendars, brochures, maps, decorate the children's room, create invitations, wrapping paper, icons, mugs and more! Just take it and create a variety of design options! The fonts are perfect for Scandinavian style products!
Ornamental font, based on samples of Alphonse Mucha, who was an Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist. This collection contains simple elegant frames, which are easily assembled from modules in different configurations.
CM - Sydney | Font Duo + 12 Free Logos 1699086
Sydney is a beautiful font duo that combines two trends (sleek sans serif caps and messy whimsical scripts) into one gorgeous package. You'll be seeing this combination a lot more in the design world over the next year – so here's a pack to help you be ahead of the curve!
CM - Dead Pizza Society 2894039
Introducing Dead Pizza Society, an approachable, spooky font perfect for almost every occasion. This font is perfect for show posters, tattoo type, tombstones, branding, pizza boxes, you name it. Languages! This font has over 350 glyphs supporting almost 200 languages. Alternate Also included is a hand-drawn OpenSVG* alternate called "Ooze".
Introducing Blesson - a new modern signature with a fine stroke and elegant lines make this font perfect for your personal branding and any awesome project, such as : logos, invitations, stationery, wedding designs, social media posts, advertisements, product packaging, product designs, labels, photography, watermarks, special events and much more!
Le Jardin comes in two styles: Floral and Regular. This font includes ligatures and full set of lowercase alternates to make your text as close to a natural handwritten script as possible.
Doughy is a soft and friendly display typeface with deep inktraps and tight spacing. This, combined with round corners and descenders boldly forced above the baseline, gives Doughy an endearing and quirky look. Don't worry! It comes with descending alternative glyphs if you want to keep your design a little more on the conventional side. Doughy is perfect for packaging or branding projects needing a modern and youthful feel.
Sweet, lovely and straight from the oven! 5 different versions of each letter and to make it even more exciting I have included a dingbat with useful objects such as boxes and arrows. Comes with extended language support!
Hi! I hasten to acquaint You with an amazing children's font - Scapegrace - Children Funny Font! This cute font made by hand and with great love! With the help of font, you can make cards, prints on clothes, bright posters, calendars, brochures, decorate the children's room, create invitations, icons, mugs and more! Just take it and create a variety of design options! You can use this font to decorate books, magazines, blogs!
William Subhead Font Family
William Caslon (1692–1766) established the cornerstone of British type founding, ending reliance on the Dutch types which were commonly used in England up to that point (and which inspired his designs). Caslon achieved success both at home and abroad, and the American Declaration of Independence was printed in 1776 using Caslon type. Caslon typefaces set the aesthetic standard for book design, and by the 20th century, the name Caslon referred not only to a specific set of typefaces, but an entire brand.