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font family from ShinnType, added yesterday

Richler™

An open, evenly spaced book face designed for quality headlines and enhanced readability in text.

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font family from Neapolitan, added yesterday

Rochester Pro™

On the town with the latest sensation they call Rochester! This dapper fresh face is dressed to the nines and ready for action! Inspired by elegant calligraphic forms from the early age of Victorian and Art Deco, Rochester is the perfect selection when you want to add a touch of class or a smart looking formal style to any correspondence or memorandum!

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font family from PintassilgoPrints, added May 20th

Runcible

A runcible font for dolomphius designs. I do not believe you won't give it a try !

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font family from PintassilgoPrints, added today

rockinstead

Rockinstead counts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8... Eight variations per letter, plus alternates for numbers and even for punctuation marks! It is equipped with some clever OpenType programming to make substitutions on-the-fly: the Contextual Alternates feature, with the help of a very careful kerning table, takes care of cycling the alternates in an amazing random-like way, impressively mimicking a true handwritten text. The Discretionary Ligatures feature manages the substitution of handy cursive catchwords, adding that charming twist.


This typeface was originally painted on paper, drawing inspiration from Ralph Steadman’s seminal lettering style. On a first glance it may look quite wild - and it proudly is, indeed. But look again: it is stylishly wild, it is strong, unpredictable, full of attitude and good energy. This multifaceted font will certainly strike its way for free-spirited design applications.


Just please be warned: it’s seriously addictive!

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font family from Naghi Naghachian, added yesterday

Roumi Pro

Roumi Pro is designed by Naghi Naghashian. It is a headline font, as modern interpretation of classic Roman characters in 1 weight: Regular. The naming is driven from the name of Rumi (the Roman), Persian philosopher and poet, 1207-1273. The character set of this Font family supports most western languages including: Afrikaans, Basque, Breton, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, Gaelic, German, Icelandic, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Sami, Spanish, Swahili and Swedish. There are 17 additional symbol characters: euro, litre, estimated, omega, pi, partialdiff, delta, product, summation, radical, infinity, integral, approxequal, notequal, lessequal, greaterequal, and lozenge. It also includes the characters necessary to support the following central European languages: Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Romanian, Serbian (Latin), Slovak, Slovenian and Turkish.

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font family from Sudtipos, added yesterday

Rolling Pen

After doing this for so many years, one would think my fascination with the old history of writing would have mellowed out by now. The truth is that alongside being a calligraphy history buff, I'm a pop technology freak. Maybe even keener on the tech thing, since I just can't seem to get enough new gadgets. And after working with type technologies for so many years, I'm starting to think that writing and design technologies as we now know them ‹ we and now being about 2.5 post-computer generations keep becoming more and more detached from what the very old humanity arts/tasks they essentially want to facilitate. In a world where command-z is a frequently used key combination, it’s difficult to justify expecting a Morris-made book or a Zaner-drawn sentence, but accidental artistic “mutations” become welcome, marketable features. When fluid pens were introduced, their liquid saturation influenced type design to a great extent almost overnight ‹ an influence professional designers tend to play down. Now round stroke endings are a common sight, and the saturation is so clean and measured, unlike any liquid-paper relationship possible in reality. Some designers even illustrate their work by overlaying perfect circles at stroke ends, in order to illustrate how “geometric” their work was. Because if it’s measured with precise geometry, it’s got to be meaningful design.

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font family from Happy Heart Fonts, added today

Rollicking Polly

This is my frilly, girly font I created in 2011. It’s my version of my teenage handwriting. I hope you enjoy it and use it often. It’s perfect for fun scrap-booking projects or making cute tags etc.

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font family from Mint Type, added yesterday

Ristretto Slab Pro

Ristretto Slab Pro is a slab-serif companion to Ristretto Pro. It’s an extremely narrow display slab-serif font family available in 8 weights. It features rich language support, 6 sets of figures and small caps.

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font family from Mint Type, added yesterday

Ristretto Pro

Ristretto Pro is an extremely narrow display sans-serif font family available in 8 weights. It features rich language support, 6 sets of figures and small caps.

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font family from MartinPlusFonts, added today

Realist Wide

Simplicity combined with broader shapes makes Realist Wide highly visible without being in your face. (This variant covers about 16% more space compared to Realist). It’s flexible in weight and style, giving you in all 16 Fonts to choose from.

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