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Cartes. Silky and hand-crafted.

Cartes has a bit of a strange origin story, as far as fonts go. It’s a combination of ideas from 1920’s advertising and hand-painted letters from the 1500s. This little bearcat was designed to flow with elegance and speed yet retain a sense of the handmade. The serifs flow with indentations implying movement and terminate with inky globules that lend your copy a sense of gravitas. This typeface can be used for headlines, short texts, posters, logos, headlines, headlines in big sizes or just as easily for ad text. At large sizes, pen strokes can be seen that give the typeface a touch of humanity and vigor. At smaller sizes the type is unique, but readable. It’s Hotsy-Totsy!   75% off for a limited time.

Soprani

Soprani is a unique typeface inspired by a plaque found in New Zealand dating from the 1920s. The design was contemporized and brought 100 years into the future. The serifs are dramatically flared at the end of the stems, while in the middle, they contract. This leads to a unique shimmering effect that draws the eye and catches your user's attention. This typeface meets the demand for unique serif types that are both eye-catching and delicate. It’s a display face that's ideal for very contemporary work. This typeface has plenty of alternates and has a full complement of OpenType features. The 1920s inspire the design, with a bit of art nouveau and arts and crafts, yet the typeface is designed to meet contemporary design requirements. It has a unique elegance and the letterforms are condensed more than most. Soprani is suggested for table books, menus, and various promotional materials, newspapers, television, motion pictures and other media. There is a wide range of widths and

Boogie to your own beat with the retro-inspired Valeson.

Feel the funk with the retro-inspired Valeson. This groovy mix of the ‘70s and ‘80s has an upbeat rhythm of its own that will make your project boogie. It’s loads of fun with its swashy, calligraphic twist. Push it to the max with plenty of weights. Denser weights are brawny and robust, fantastic for headlines, while medium weights are swell for short bits of text. With all its options, this fun, throwback personality is still streamlined and plenty useful for today’s jobs. It’s loads of fun with its swashy, calligraphic twist. Production assistance by Lucas Azevedo and ikern. 85% off for a limited time.