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Geom Graphic™ Font Download

font family from Flat-it, added January 16th

Geom Graphic™

Inspired by Japanese robot animations in 80s such like Gundam and Ideon, Geom Graphic is a square geometric sans serif for wide range of usage. The family give an impression similar to Eurostile but is more squared and geometric. The letterforms of Geom Graphic are designed slightly rounded to appear natural, warm and retro.

This family consisting of 4 weights with matching Italics. The wide range of languages is designed targeting use for futuristic product of game, movie, logo and so on.


Mecano™ Font Download

font family from Typerepublic, added January 15th


Mecano is a typeface based on geometric structures. Their shapes, wide open and simple, reflects

the spirit of mechanical technology.

Available on 4 different styles: UltraLight, Light, Regular and Black.


JAF Domus Titling Font Download

font family from Just Another Foundry, added January 15th

JAF Domus Titling

JAF Domus Titling is a rounded typeface with classical Roman proportions. It is unique in that it was designed as an all-caps sans from the beginning. The fonts range from Extralight to Extrabold and include a large number of accented characters as well as small caps and alternates.


Snasm Font Download

font family from Typodermic, added January 15th


The Snasm font family is an augmentation of some of the ideas employed in late 20th Century modular letter forms including the instrumental typeface designs of Donald Handel. From the late seventies to the early 1990’s, there was a logo trend using correspondingly laconic, molded plastic forms. The Pepsi Cola (1987) and Nintendo Super Famicom (1990) logos are good examples of this smooth, high-tech design tactic.


PF Din Text Std® Font Download

font family from Parachute, added January 15th

PF Din Text Std®

This is a new scaled-down version of the popular DIN Text Pro series. It is a more economic version which supports all European languages based on the Latin script. The DIN Text Std families have retained several of the original version’s OpenType features and characteristics.

Each family comes with 756 glyphs per font including small caps and 15 flexible weights.