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N Category Fonts

font family from Laura Worthington, added February 27th

Number Five

Number Five is pure Americana, suitable for titling, display, logo, signage, and editorial work. Its two versions, Smooth and Rough, are constructed similarly, yet imbued with distinct feelings and uses.


font family from Decade Typefoundry, added February 20th

National Currency

This font was inspired by lettering found on old stock certificate on the 19th century and comes with two guilloche borders, which makes national currency very useful.


family of 8 fonts from The Northern Block, added January 24th


Neusa is a condensed geometric sans serif typeface designed by Mariya V. Pigoulevskaya in 2012. This font family comes in eight weights. It was designed as a text based font with strong display characteristics. Neusa was inspired by the early space explorations including the iconic “Life” magazine coverage of the 1969 Apollo program.


font family from TypoGraphicDesign, added February 14th


font family from, added February 13th

Not A Chance

font family from, added February 13th

Never Fade

font family from Novo Typo, added February 4th

NT Sjiq

font family from Hallmark, added in 2012

Nokie Brush™ HMK

Inspired by classic script forms, NokieBrush HMK will be effective when a touch of class is required.


font family from Breauhare, added in 2012

Neon Bugler Squared™

Neon Bugler Squared is a soft, boxy version of Neon Bugler, which is a font based on the third logo created by Harry Warren in early 1975 for his sixth grade class newsletter, The Broadwater Bugler, at Broadwater Academy in Exmore, Virginia, on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. This font design has these principles as its parameters: The letters generally follow what would be natural stroke directions; no sharp corners, all gentle turns; no lines back up over each other, cross each other, or run into each other. All of this civility between the lines produces an unintentional but welcome neon quality about it. This font can have a variety of vibes depending on its context-it has a certain nostalgia to it, yet it also has a slick, clean, futuristic, sci-fi look. It can even be used in a semi-grunge setting.


font family from Jeff Levine, added in 2012

Night Life JNL

Night Life JNL follows the classic lettering forms of the Art Deco era of the 1930s and 1940s.