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Wreath: Handdrawn for the Holidays

Haul out the holly. Insigne’s font Wreath has hit the shelves just in time for the holidays.


Wreath is a script face drawn with a pointed brush. Designed by the elves of the insigne workshop, its unique forms were created to dress up your gift labels and a wide variety of other holiday collateral.
With five different weights and five different variants that allow for a distressed appearance, Wreath is no Scrooge. Its numerous alternates help to make your designs happy all the way.  They allow for varying the ending characters of the lowercase to give your designs an automatic handwritten appearance. In addition, there are ligatures that extend the handwritten appearance and alternate options, including randomized alternates to create a unique appearance every time the font is used. There’s over six-hundred fifty glyphs in every font.
And what would the holidays be without a few ornaments! Wreath contains over 60 complementary ornaments for creating that perfectly decorated look every ti…

Cabrito Didone: High contrast. Pure fun.

A graceful kid if ever you’ve seen one, Cabrito Didone joins the Cabrito family of fonts--a family designed to provide young infants with clear recognition of letter forms. The original letters were released as part of the children’s book about fonts, The Clothes Letters Wear.
Now, this latest addition brings a new Didone flavor to the table. But don’t judge the book by its cover. While Didones can be stodgy in the way they convey luxury, this stubborn goat of a Didone bucks the elite stereotypes with its high-contrast, carefree fun, taking a more calligraphic direction than most. Cabrito Didone joins structure and handwriting to create a flowing balance of both characteristics. These are seen in elements like its unique serifs, which give the sense of ink pooling slightly at the points, drawn with a sharp nib. It makes for a unique combination of functional and friendly with a slight hint of formal.
Cabrito Didone supports OpenType features and is packaged with upright obliques, alter…

No frills. No fluff. Still friendly. Ultine.

No frills. No fluff. Still friendly. Keep your look clean and simple with the utilitarian but gentle Ultine. This font with a slightly extended geometric architecture gets straight to the point without pushing your reader away with too firm an approach.
Ultine covers a large set of multi-Latin languages. It includes a wide range of other OpenType features, too, including ligatures and contextual alternates. Moreover, small caps of Utline and titling alternates are available for deepening your design capabilities with this basic face.
The Ultine family consists of 42 fonts with three different widths and italics counterparts for every style. The design is well suited for graphic design and any use of the screen. It can easily operate as a webfont, as text for banner ads and for branding as well as editorial design. And just to show you how simple and friendly the font can be, the regular weight is free, so you can use it to your heart's content.

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Haboro Serif. Simple and soft for text settings

The polls are in. Now here by customer request--Haboro Serif, the newest edition of the Haboro Hyperfamily. The Haboro fonts are an outstanding upstart success from the first part of 2016. Following the release of the popular Haboro, Haboro Sans and Haboro Slab have both been welcomed additions to the family, too.

Now, Haboro Serif continues to build on the base of these related designs. Serif maintains the unique, script-like terminals of the original. These terminals, along with the optimized stroke weight of this face, make it useful for text settings. Prefer standard serifs? These are also available as OpenType alternates within the font, giving you a wider variety of options without compromising its effectiveness in the same text settings..

Haboro Serif works with many other members of the Haboro family as well. Try the original Haboro for your headlines, and pair your Serif text with Haboro Sans for a balanced design that appeals to the reader. Add Serif to your box today, and …