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Elettra

Elettra is a completely new type, primarily designed for display or titling. As you can see, Elettra adopting a transitional style between the nineteenth century printing typefaces and the new fonts at the beginning of the twentieth century: in particular serif are elongated, but the oblique or round shapes continuing softly on the horizontal line instead of staying vertical.

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Embryo Tiny™

Embryo Tiny based on the Embryo Typefaces Embryo and Embryo Open. In contrast to its big brothers it is way more readable in smaller sizes and on screens. These superheavy cute fonts are perfect for games, children’s books, logos, posters and flyers. Special for the gamers: All numbers have the same width, so it is perfect for highscores.

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Estandar

Estandar is a Vintage wayfinding sans serif font, inspired by old signal in central park.

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Equip Slab

Equip Slab, a new hardline, serif dominated face designed on the same geometric base as the rest of the Equip family. With its clarity it appears strong, imperative and straight forward.

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Evergreen

Evergreen is Koziupa and Paul going all Zeitgeist after a few Malbec drinks. Two fonts praise nature from when the lights go out to the crack of dawn, and vice versa. That’s 24/7/365 of wild leafy Kumbaya. Even butterflies and flowers were mystified so much they had to get in there.


Evergreen is local, organic, and certified free trade. At some point we wrote down the name of the jungle where it originated, then lost the parchment in the hot springs a few hours later. But that’s immaterial.


Crank up your Deep Forest sound, prep your Earthtone and Foliage palettes, and get into the big herbal.

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Epigraph

Epigraph is a font which has role models in the lapidary letter. The glyphs doesn't have serifs, but it has humanistic qualities and the nucleus of a sherif. The differences between thick and thin stokes are small, and the font design is unobtrusive and graceful with traditional proportions. Epigraph has satisfactory readibility, it is suitable for the text and brochures headlines, catalogues, books and other typographic demands with historical, archeological and artistic content, as well as other etiquette. Character map contains all Latin glyphs of European languages and Cyrillic. Besides its regular version it has Italic, Bold, BoldItalic and SmallCaps.

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Ennio FY

Ennio FY is an original latin font revival, inspired by a wooden type font of the 19th century found in a french graphic handbook of the fifties. Slightly condensed, the contrast between triangular serifs and extra well round shapes give this font a very singular style. Suitable for text or display use, Ennio FY will show all its originality and elegancy whenever you print it out.

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 Expedition One

To be independent or to be dependent?

The formula “one plus one is one” is here essential for this to work. The different cases, upper and lower is dependent on one another. To give us clarity they have to work together, to be like one the upper and lower cases must work together.

Expedition One works best in InDesign or equivalent software. More…

How to use it: write your text in lower case, copy the text frame and ”Paste in Place”, change your lower case text to upper case (you do that under top menu->type->change case). Change colour if you want to and maybe change the blending mode in the effects window to “multiply” makes it even more sparkling.

On numbers and ampersand for example, you have to use the glyph window in InDesign to find their second half.

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