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Demo Font Download

 Demo

Demo is a flat-sided, technoid-style sans serif family. It has ten fonts on offer; that’s five different weights, each with a companion italic. The italics are really obliques, differentiating themselves from texts set with the upright fonts by their slant. However, rather than calling the italic fonts ‘slanted’ versions of Demo’s upright fonts, we should rather say that Demo’s upright fonts are ‘straightened-up italics’. Much of the letter construction in the Demo typeface is actually italic, meaning that it is inspired by handwriting. And this despite its being a sans serif with an almost futuristic appearance. The ‘a’ and ‘g’ in Demo are both single-storey, but the combination of curves and corners in these two letters is right out of a 16th-century Italian chancery. The other notable feature of Demo is the strong mono-linearity present in all ten of the fonts. Demo’s letters do not include any visible stroke contrast: Demo’s lowercase has a very tall x-height, and the capital letters are compact (the lowercase’s ascender strokes rise above the caps somewhat). Demo does not need to be restricted to use in display sizes only; its lighter weights may be used to set shorter passages of body copy, too. Demo was designed by Aarya Purohit and the Indian Type Foundry (ITF).

Popolare Font Download

 Popolare

A collaboration between Martin Laksman (illustrator) and Ale Paul (type designer) for Sudtipos as part of the first project at the foundry between illustration and type design to create a collection of colorfonts.

About the font:
The people, the popular things that unites us and shapes us, also shapes this typography, inspired by markets and architecture, futurism and football. Popolare unites all this in a linear interweaving of forms that bring us a little closer to the simple things of everyday life. Inspired by the popular culture of the first half of the 20th century, markets, customs, tastes and scents helped create this colorful typography.

Cardillac Font Download

 Cardillac

Cardillac, named after E.T.A. Hoffmann’s literary figure, refers back to classical Didonesque, yet presents unique details which set it apart from historic models by adding a new flavour. Its clarity, noble appearance and cool elegance predestine it for magazines and newspapers.

The Cardillac Family consists of 14 styles, provides many features which allow its application for ambitious typography.
It comes in OpenType format with extended language support. All weights contain small caps, ligatures, superior characters, proportional lining figures, tabular lining figures, proportional old style figures, lining old style figures, matching currency symbols, fraction- and scientific numerals, matching arrows and alternate characters.

BB Roller Mono Pro™ Font Download

 BB Roller Mono Pro™

BB Roller Mono™ Pro visualizes the work of painters: Craftsmanship, precision, professionalism and their tools. The special features of the Font emphasize the work process.

● Flow: visible process
● Alignment: contextual monoline
● Accuracy: individual modularity
● 5 Variants (TX, IT, ST, HL, CR)
● 40 OT-Features/Style
● 60 Styles
● 100 Stylistic-Sets (20/Variant)
● 122 Languages (Latin Greek Cyrillic)
● 85,860 Glyphs (1431/Style)

Stack Font Download

 Stack

Stack brings the spirit of industrial chimney lettering from the early twentieth century to the digital age.

The typeface is designed to work both horizontally and vertically. Additionally, the fonts can work together in myriad chromatic expressions—providing limitless design possibilities.

The family is true to the spirit of masonry lettering without being a direct lift of any specific lettering style from the industrial age. Like some of its masonry predecessors Stack is built as a typeface of 15 courses (horizontal rows) of ‘bricks.’

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