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  1. Ralf Herrmann

    Kyiv Metro Fonts

    A collection of fonts based on the lettering found in the Kyiv subway stations. Free download. Users outside of Ukraine are asked to donate to use the fonts.
  2. Riccardo Sartori

    Unfinished lists

    I will use this thread to gather references to typefaces or other type-related projects of interest with shared features. When enough similar items will be amassed, I intend to construct a proper list. Additions and suggestions are, of course, encouraged.
  3. Riccardo Sartori

    Typeland

    “Typeland is an independent type design studio based in London. We offer retail fonts exclusively through our own website. We also develop custom fonts, and specialise in multi-script design and production.”
  4. Riccardo Sartori

    FontGoggles

    Interactive Previewing and Comparing “FontGoggles is a font viewer for various font formats. It is a desktop application for macOS. It is free and open source. The main focus is text behavior, specifically text shaping and variation behavior.”
  5. Hello, (For a school project) I was wondering if anyone knows what the first digital adaptation of the Cyrillic and Armenian scripts were. For Latin I already know that it is Digi Grotesk, but for some reason I can't seem to find what the equivalent was for Cyrillic and Armenian. Thanks in advance!
  6. yourtypeface.com is a variable typeface experiment that enables you to design a typeface from the proportions and forced emotion of your face. Look surprised or uptight, yawn or smile, and let your face design your own typeface. Download it and use it freely for any project you’d like.
  7. Yevgen  Sadko

    Typefaces of Ukrainian Cities

    The Ukrainian font market could hardly be called large, but we have quite a few talented and original type designers. They design both commercial and free fonts, including freely available fonts for Ukrainian cities. Meanwhile, Rentafont, being a font service originating in Ukraine, supports development of the local typographic culture and promotes such fonts. At the close of 2017, our service was the first to start disseminating a new typeface for Lutsk. It was a pleasant surprise that not only designers but also common citizens took interest in the new typeface. Therefore, to support the Ukrainians’ interest in typography, we have decided to build a full collection of Ukrainian local fonts. The stories behind the creation of city typefaces are quite diverse. In some cases these are works submitted for competition, in others, it is purely their authors’ initiative. These include the “workhorses” for city way-finding and display fonts for tourism brands. There are also way-finding font for Lviv (Petro Nahirnyi), touristic typeface for Sumy (Dmytro Rastvortsev), original city typeface for Dnipro (Kyrylo Tkachov, Andrii Shevchenko), typefaces for Dnipro and Kyiv (Viktor Kharyk), and way-finding typeface for Kharkiv (Andrii Shevchenko). Some fonts are still work in progress, while some are almost completed and will soon join the Rentafont collection. Our ambition for 2018 is to bring together at Rentafont all the modern typefaces for tourism brands and way-finding of Ukrainian cities.
  8. Jim Stafford

    70s Movie Poster Typography

    Hopefully not too spammy, but maybe some of you would enjoy our instagram account '70s Movie Poster Typography'. We look at a different movie poster from the 70s every day, identify and discuss the typefaces (when possible), with a general emphasis on 70s ITC fonts, and a slight slant towards classic horror. http://www.instagram.com/70smoviepostertypography/
  9. Ralf Herrmann

    The Best Sports and College Fonts

    Fonts with a chunky, masculine appearance, which can be used for sports teams, college t-shirts and things like that.
  10. GJC

    wiktionary font settings

    Hi, I'd like to know whether it's possible to apply different settings (size, typeface, etc.) for different scripts (Latin, Arabic, Han, etc.) to wikipedia and wiktionary. Hope to hear news soon. Thanks in advance.
  11. The chrome extension 'Advanced font settings' applies any setting set for a specific script to any script at all. Could anybody explain to me how to proceed properly? Hope to hear news soon. Thank yo so much in advance.
  12. nicholasfia

    Font Suggestion Wanted

    Hello All, First post here! I am creating a new brand for a household product, and I'm in the beginning stages of branding. I would love some suggestions for font usage. As mentioned, the product will be a household product, and the thoughts/feelings I would like to convey are: clean fresh modern convenient compact discreet citrus (scent) pure simple sanitary Without giving away too much info, the brand name is 2 words, first with 2 letters, second with 4. Any input or suggestions would be appreciated! Thanks all!
  13. Ralf Herrmann

    The Best Layer/Chromatic Fonts

    Typefaces which are equipped with multiple layer fonts to be stacked on top of each other to create a multi-color effect.
  14. Kayatcha4

    Engraver's Old English

    Hello, I'm doing a design project displaying what Engraver's Old English is used for. Besides religion and newspapers, I'm looking for some help coming up with other ideas that it would be used for. Thanks!
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