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font family from Fonted House, added February 20th

Quirky Sands

Quirky Sands lives up to its name. This fun, hand-drawn, handmade ampersand font is a sure fit for save the dates, wedding invitations, and other fun design projects requiring a quirky & sign. The uses for these little “sands” are virtually endless!


family of 32 fonts from Typesketchbook, added January 30th


font family from A New Machine, added January 4th


Quarry is a beefy slab-serif display font. It is all hand drawn and will give your designs a unique handmade feel. Two complete sets of letter glyphs give a more natural random feel.


font family from Corradine Fonts, added in 2012


This script font is inspired by the flexible nib to create a concatenation of refinement with character mixing the contrasted strokes with pronounced but rounded angles. This angles along with the inktraps give the font a better performance when printing. Texts will have a very even rhythm due to its consistency on the stroke’s angle and spacing.


font family from Domenico Ruffo, added in 2012

Quarz 974

Quartz 974 is a typology of font inspired by simple and geometric lines as triangle. It is very suitable for titles, logos, posters, that’s why it is composed by only capital letters and numbers.


font family from wearecolt, added in 2012

Quick Rest

Quickrest is a tall & quirky type with slight irregularities, Quickrest does not do conformity - each character is entirely individual. A fun looking family with it’s heart set in the handmade / crafty scene. The Quickrest family features five weights and slanted versions.


font family from Font Bureau, added March 4th


Quiosco (Spanish for Kiosk) is a text family designed by Cyrus Highsmith (after Prensa) that follows W.A. Dwiggins in deliberately contrasting character outline with the counter shape.


font family from Rene Bieder, added March 15th


Quadon was designed to fill the gap between traditional serifs and the lasting trend of using sans serif fonts for contemporary design. The result is a modern, clear and infinitely flexible interpretation of slab serif fonts. The open shapes and a large x-height keep the font legible in small sizes while the short descender supports the compact heart and strength of a slab serif. Quadon has a wide range of typographic features and alternative glyphs to create your own and unique version of it.

It comes in nine different weights with matching italics. From the sensitive but sharp thinner weights to the punchy and powerful heavy weights, Quadon is well-suited for a wide range of versatile tasks.


font family from Hoftype, added yesterday


Quant is a contrasted typeface with a fresh and well-reasoned appearance. It owes allegiance to classical structure but is a free design and does not refer to any historical model. Although it has strong qualities as a reading type, its distinct and powerfull ductus makes it superb for headlines and in display sizes.


font family from insigne, added today


Quarca’s masculine power runs strong across the page with bold self-assurance and a raw energy that courses through its thick veins.