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Marshfield Font Download


Monoline Fonts with strong identity for an outdoor design, camping, wild, journey, adventure, masculine, and etc.

Opentype features are available on Marshfield such as Ligatures, Stylistic Alternates (Up to 6 Alternates), Contextual alternates, and Terminal Alternates.

Marshfield Comes with 2 Type of Fonts, Script and Cursive. On each type of fonts have 3 different style, Clean (sharp corner), Round (Rounded Corner), and Rough (Rough Version). 6 Fonts in Total for completing your design style.

Trade Gothic Inline Font Download

 Trade Gothic Inline

Trade Gothic inline is a quirky display companion for Trade Gothic Next, offering five different voices, and a whole lot of personality. The lighter weights are graceful and elegant, embracing negative space to give the sense that the letters are halfway to disappearing. Designer Lynne Yun has incised the darker weights with a super thin inline that emphasises the heaviness of the letters, and creates a reassuring chunkiness.

SF Olive Font Download

 SF Olive

The font for illustrations. Ideal for moving expressions.


Ulm Grotesk Font Download

 Ulm Grotesk

Ulm Grotesk is a family of geometric-style fonts for use at display sizes. Its design is so simplified that it feels quite futuristic. There are five weights on offer, ranging from Light to Extra Bold. The characters have been drawn with optically-monolinear strokes. The capital letters contain quite a lot of character; some of them are markant, too. The ‘J’, for instance, is very wide. The fonts’ default ‘Q’ separates the ‘O’ stroke from the tail visibly; a more traditional-looking ‘Q’ is available as an alternate. The forms of the capital ‘A’, ‘V’, ‘W’, and ‘Y’ are reminiscent of the ‘worm logo’ that was used by NASA in the 1970s and ’80s. The lowercase ‘m’, ‘n’, ‘r’, and ‘u’ are spurless. The high-modernist geometric style of the ‘a’, ‘b’, and ‘c’ call Paul Rand’s iconic ABC logo to mind. The tail of the ‘j’ is a simple, vertical stroke. The ‘g’ and the ‘y’ each have wide, sweeping tails – although, there is an alternate ‘y’ available, with a straight-tailed descender. The fonts’ numerals are the same height as the capital letters. Ulm Grotesk is named after the German city of Ulm. In the 1950’s and ’60s, a famous West German design school operated there. The Ulm School of Design was hailed as a successor to the Bauhaus, and it set important impulses for international graphic and product design. These Ulm aftershocks were felt for the next several decades. The fonts are the work of the Paris-based type designer Ilya Naumoff.

HYPERWAVE Font Download


Crank up the intensity with HYPERWAVE! An energetic set of brush fonts with a sharp attitude.

With THREE sets of each letter, each equipped with distinctive fast brush strokes, HYPERWAVE is ready and raring to make a big statement on your logo designs, brand imagery, handwritten quotes, product packaging, merchandise, music projects & social media posts.