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font family from DSType, added February 25th

Prumo Deck

Prumo is a new type system, based on a unique skeleton that flows, like a pendulum, from high contrast to low contrast fonts, is a sort of typographic journey, from the eighteen century typefaces to the nineteen century slab serif typefaces, gathering information from the scotch roman fonts on it’s journey.

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font family from DSType, added February 25th

Prumo Banner

Prumo is a new type system, based on a unique skeleton that flows, like a pendulum, from high contrast to low contrast fonts, is a sort of typographic journey, from the eighteen century typefaces to the nineteen century slab serif typefaces, gathering information from the scotch roman fonts on it’s journey.

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font family from Sudtipos, added February 21st

Piel Script

Over the past couple of years I received quite a number of unusual and surprising requests to modify


my type designs to suit projects of personal nature, but none top the ones that asked me to typeset and modify tattoos using Burgues Script or Adios. At first the whole idea was amusing to me, kind of like an inside joke. I had worked in corporate branding for a few years before becoming a type designer, and suddenly I was being asked to get involved in personal branding, as literally “personal” and “branding” as the expression can get.

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font family from Sebastian Cabaj, added February 19th

Pan Cake

font family from PiS, added February 19th

PiS LIETZ Parilon

PiS Lietz Parilon invites you to the austrian countryside for an amazing ski-tour on snowy mountains back then when skilifts were sparse and mustaches were far from ironic.

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font family from Wordshape, added February 14th

Plural™

Plural is a contemporary, futuristic sans serif that is eminently readable on-screen and in print. It appears to be monolinear due to its hybrid geometric and humanist construction, but actually swells slightly at the curves and tapers slightly at the terminals for pronounced readability. It features a full Central and Eastern European character set and is offered in five weights: light, regular, medium, semibold and bold. These are offset by matching italic cuts of each weight to give designers more variation.

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family of 6 fonts from Onrepeat, added January 21st

Port

Detailed guided tour available here.

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family of 4 fonts from chicken, added January 28th

Pegasus

Pegasus scrapes the DNA of a great twentieth century painter who scattered text across his work like no other… not any kind of facsimile, but tough, playful, adaptable display type forged from the bones of a unique writing hand.

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family of 15 fonts from Parachute, added January 15th

PF Din Text Condensed Std®

This is a new scaled-down version of the popular DIN Text Pro series. It is a more economic version which supports all European languages based on the Latin script. The DIN Text Std families have retained several of the original version’s opentype features and characteristics.

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font family from PR Fonts, added in 2012

PR Hydra

A sequel to my own Herakles font, with multiple faces, and more to come, so the name refers to his second labor, slaying the Hydra. The straight lines and sharp angles make it suitable for evoking the feel of many ancient civilizations where writing was cut into stone. Whether your heroic deeds include slaying mythical monsters, or making the best spanakopita in the city, this font is for you.

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