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font family from TipografiaRamis, added yesterday

Rams

RAMS is a Sans Serif type family of four weights with matching italics. The typeface’s design was influenced by the geometric style of Sans Serif faces of the 30s. The letter shapes – based on geometric forms – have been optically corrected for better legibility, thus enabling geometric concepts to be adapted by typographic tradition.


While the typeface is intended for use in display sizes, it is also quite legible in text and is well suited for editorials.


Rams is released in OpenType format with extended support for most Latin languages and includes some opentype features – proportional/tabular figures, slashed zero, ligatures, fractions...

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font family from Stiggy & Sands, added today

Risque Pro

Our Risque Pro draws inspiration from the title screen of the 1962 Looney Toons cartoon, “Martian through Georgia”. Originally an all Capitals reference, Risque includes Capitals, lowercase, and SmallCaps sets as festive and irregular in its bounce as the cartoon reference. This frolicking fun typeface has retro roots, but also an all around offbeat personality that opens it up to a wide gamut of uses.

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font family from Stiggy & Sands, added today

Righteous Pro

Our Righteous Pro was inspired by the all-capital letterforms from the deco posters of Hungarian artist Robert Berény for Modiano. Grid based and geometric in execution, the font is highly readable at a wide range of point sizes, ideal for display and print. Unlike that of its original inspiration source, Righteous has both a full lowercase and a SmallCaps set as well as an extensive figures set to increase flexibility and ease of use.

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font family from CounterPoint Type Studio, added April 15th

Raspberry Jam

A whimsical and fun calligraphy style font that is perfect for informal and fun occasions. The design was inspired by a series of scrapbooking style fonts that I have been exploring over the past couple of years. Inspired by a hand lettered sample in a lettering how to book.

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font family from Ray Meadows, added April 15th

RM Westus

Drawing inspiration from both the Western and Circus genres, this design offers a wide variety of uses as a display font.

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font family from Ray Meadows, added April 15th

RM Hunky

This distinctive chunky design has a wide range of possibilities as a display face. With a nod towards Deco this strong, bold and well balanced font has a wide range of uses.

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font family from Ray Meadows, added April 15th

RM Hangle

This strong angular cousin of RM Hunky offers a bold display face. The distinctive nature of this design will be a welcome addition to any designers collection of useful fonts.

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font family from Mika Melvas, added April 23rd

Riona Sans

Riona sans is a sans serif type family of 16 fonts, including true italics. It can handle everykind of challenge you throw at it. You can use it on websites, print, applications, games, logos, packages as a brand font, you name it. It looks good in big sizes, Has a good legibility at small sizes. You can achieve different feels by Riona Sans. It can be elegant and suddle, it can be strong and dynamic, friendly or powerful.

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font family from Joshua Mayfield, added today

Roloi

Originally inspired by the numerals on a vintage clock face, Roloi is a layered numbers font in the deco lettering style, and includes a full set of automatic clock symbols. Its geometric forms are typical of the deco style, but stop well-short of pure geometry. The irregular stroke and character widths work together to give the forms a warm and energetic, yet cohesive, feel. Roloi offers two layering styles—the personable Fill and the more dynamic Inline. Designed to be layered over the background Regular style, they both lend the forms an added level of interest.

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font family from Winnie Tan, added today

Rue Display

Rue is an organic, casually ornamental, narrow-faced sans serif. It is a display type structured with random traces of calligraphic tendencies. It does not begin with any noble ideals, other than to mediate between the muse of imagination and the act of realization.

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