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Zesta Font Download


Zesta is a family of high-contrast serif fonts, intended for use in display typography. Their design is modern, or ‘Didone’ in style, meaning that its letterforms look like those used in France during the revolutionary, imperial, and restoration eras (late-1700s/early-1800s). This style of type is instantly associated with fashion and design for high-end cosmetic products. It is also used extensively in magazine design. The family includes 10 styles. There are five weights, ranging Light through Black. Each weight has an upright and and italic font on offer. The upright fonts feature letterforms drawn with vertical axes of stress. Ball terminals play a prominent design role in both the upright and italic fonts. The hairlines in all of the fonts are very thin. The thicker strokes just keep getting heavier as one moves up the weight scale, and this is the driver behind the typeface’s high-contrast design. The lowercase letters in Zesta feature a large x-height. Ascenders rise slightly above the capitals, and the default numerals are the same height as the uppercase letters. These default numerals are proportionally-spaced lining figures; however, oldstyle figures are also available via an OpenType feature. The fonts include discretionary ‘ct’ and ‘st’ ligatures, which can be accessed via an OpenType feature as well. The lowercase ‘a’ and ‘g’ are double-storey in the upright fonts and single-storey in the italics.

Madera™ Font Download


Malou Verlomme designed Madera with graphic designers in mind – drawing on his decade of experience designing bespoke type to create a versatile, easy-to- use geometric sans serif that ticks off a long list of branding requirements. Its sharp apexes add some flavour to the design, which offers an honest, trustworthy tone of voice – but with a twist. “The design doesn’t go out of its way to attract attention, but is still very solid,” explains Verlomme. “It still has a fair amount of warmth and personality, in a very understated manner. If you’re a large corporation, with a typeface being used in many different environments, you want something that’s easy to use but can sustain such a large amount of visibility.”

Unitext™ Font Download


Created with the needs of branding design in mind, Jan Hendrik Weber’s Unitext is a crisp, clean typeface that functions well across print and online use. It blends humanist and grotesque qualities, adopting a style that the designer describes as “neo grotesque”. Narrow spacing is what sets this typeface apart, however it also uses open counters and angled details to boost readability. “The ideal font should work at every touchpoint,” says Weber. “And designers shouldn’t need an introduction or a set of rules on how to handle this typeface. Unitext allows designers to work without explanation.”

The Unitext family includes 7 weights, spread across 14 fonts with extensive Western, Central and Eastern European language support.

Lumiere Font Download


The main source of inspiration for this project was Herb Lubalin’s Serif Gothic font. This and other fonts of similar style provided the basis for developing a unique display typeface with a strong personality yet neutral enough to be used in a variety of applications. In order to make the font more versatile, we included a number of layered fonts, like inline and shadow styles, which, along with the core styles, provide users with a wide range of choices for any design project.

The Lumiere Family comes in 14 styles and includes 2 different variants: multi-layered fonts that make Lumiere easier to use and single layer fonts which allow experimented designers to create their own combinations.

Goodwater™ Font Download


Goodwater is an original collection of a Brush, three weights of a monoline Script and four weights of condensed Sans typeface. Goodwater also has a “Print” version with rugged outline and worn-out texture of each font.

Goodwater is a great pack for any display use from online to logo and from headline to packaging. All the styles are designed using the same proportions and soft corners so that they’ll place nice together. All Print versions have the same texture style and size too so that they’ll fit smooth together.