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 Eldwin™

Eldwin is a spirited connected script type family with a friendly demeanour. With two styles of script and capitals designed to complement the other, they combine playfulness with functionality which allows it to perform best in display and headline situations such as menus and packaging, as well as editorial and advertising.
The inspiration for Eldwin was drawn from traditional Italian and American sign paintings and began with drawing on paper before being developed into digital media. Details include 6 weights in two styles, featuring alternatives, ligatures and supports both Latin and Cyrillic scripts.

 Edit Serif Pro™

The Edit Collection is a brand new super family designed to create multi-platform brand and editorial typography. The Renaissance construction allows the typeface to handle long texts in small, medium and large sizes, balancing its astonishing and recognisable details with high legibility. The Edit Collection with its rational, clean aesthetics and great versatility is best suited for complex typography programs.

 Emy Slab

Emy Slab is a slab serif based on the classical proportions of Egyptian typefaces but with soft terminals that give the font a more friendly and modern look.

Emy Slab consists of two subfamilies of 7 weights, ranging from Thin to Black with matching italics, resulting in a total of 28 fonts. The standard version is ideal for editorial design, tiles, books, magazines, corporate design and all types of publications.
The Alt version—due to its display features, asymmetric shapes and contemporary appearance—is well suited for logotypes, branding, packaging, and use on web and Tv. Emy Slab contains a set of 440 characters that support 208 different languages.

 Ebbing

Ebbing is decorative typeface, drawn by Måns Grebäck in 2018.
Created to fit into vintage logotypes and headlines, this script type has a hand-crafted look and genuine style.

The font contains contextual and stylistic alternates, ligatures and swashes. With its hundreds of glyphs it supports a very wide range of languages.

Ebbing comes with three fonts: Ebbing, Ebbing Pro and Ebbing Swash.
Ebbing Pro is a clean, natural font with great OpenType-support, while Ebbing Swash is its decorated counterpart that can be used to give the a logo specific attributes.

 Engria

Engria is a type family of four weights with corresponding italics that treads the fine line between sans and serif. There are serifs, of a sort, inspired by the brush. Not the marks made by a brush, but the actual splayed shape the bristles make when clamped together. Wedge-like chunks that resemble engraved forms, as the name Engria hints at. But it also has the appearance of a stressed, flared sans. This mixed approach lends a unique voice. Highly legible at text sizes, as indeed it is optimized for, Engria does however shine at display sizes thanks to its characteristic details – flared stems, angular counterforms, rugged ink traps and fluid curves. (I would recommend tracking it a little tighter at larger sizes.)
Engria started life way back in 2014, and has been worked and reworked tirelessly to get to this finished product. My intent was to really push the idea of the white shapes being as important, if not more so, than the black.
Engria is equipped for typographically demanding applications, boasting as it does an array of OpenType features, including small caps, automatic fractions, stylistic sets, various figure styles, arrows, case sensitive forms and more. It will make a very useful addition to your typographic arsenal, with a flare (ahem) for editorial work, but the individuality for packaging, branding, and logo work.

 Elisetta

Musical notes and letterforms, silences and white spaces, pentagrams and lines, music and writing have much in common and go beyond time, cultures, styles and locations. This new typeface emerges from the blend between the lyrics and the harmony, rhythm, femininity and luminosity of the traditional musical forms. It`s not about blues or rock, tango or salsa, instead it recovers the neoclassical characteristics of the current musical notation system and revitalize the essence of its signs.

 Evanston Alehouse

Evanston Alehouse is the first font in a larger collection of typefaces inspired by years leading up to the American prohibition.

 Enterline

A collaboration between SAEL (artist) 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.

 Elixir™

Elixir is a strong display pack of five styles and total eleven fonts. Elixir fonts are designed to act together but they also work just fine by themselves.

Elixir Script is a monoline Script with plenty of OpenType features: Contextual Alternates helps to keep letter connections smooth whereas Swash, Stylistic or Titling Alternates can be used to add flavour to your words!

 essence round

The objective of this font is to find the essence of our Latin alphabet and therefore the essence of every single glyph in it.

The search was lead by two principles:
1. What are the basic building blocks of each glyph?
2. Stripped back from any superfluous movements while writing, what shape would remain?

The resulting design consists of merely straight lines and circles. The basic elements of each glyph are accented by a gap.

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