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T Category Fonts

font family from Jeff Levine, added yesterday

Tin Lizzie JNL

One of the most unusual sets of antique stencils spotted for sale online comprises a set of twenty-four classic logos of early 20th Century automobile companies.


font family from Greater Albion Typefounders, added February 27th


TurvyTopsy offers all the fun of delightful hand-drawn irregularity, captured in a typeface. Designing this was a wonderful exercise in ignoring all the rules of precise geometric construction to which we normally work. These irregular forms somehow achieve a delightful character & legibility all of their own.


font family from TypoGraphicDesign, added February 25th

Tag Hand Graffiti Trash


The fresh and unique character of the typeface are awesome BOOM!

The letter-forms are associated urban graffiti tags and pieces.

Many Dingbat symbols like microphone, tape deck, ghetto blaster, vinyl, etc. make this font really fresh n HOT!


family of 10 fonts from Tipografies, added February 4th


Trola (like in valencian) is a family related to Bulo. They share the same skeleton, but Trola has a completely different flavor. Its unusual proportions makes it particularly recommended for generous sizes to fit in tight spaces. It can also be considered a headline font with a moderate contrast to gain presence and make a stronger screen display. Enjoy it.


font family from Storm, added in 2012

Trivia Grotesk

Another 48-cut family from a typeface system which originally arose from the need to simply explain to some publishers what it is “serif, sans-serif, egyptian”, etc. including their style variations. Over time, the Trivia became quite popular, which was her goal. Now is the opportunity to explain what it is “grotesque.” Grotesque in art is generally synonymous with bizarre, repulsive impropriety, but also surreal abomination exciting an empathic pity. These are qualities that undoubtedly attract the viewer’s attention since the days of Gothic gargoyles, stone gorgons and chimeras. Grotesque font is unlike the cold sans-serif much warmer, more appealing for the title, poster or advertisement, and is usually given in a variety of widths and weights. With our Trivia it shares basic proportions and OpenType features.


font family from, added February 13th

Talk To Me

font family from 4th february, added February 8th

Targo 4F

font family from Letters from Sweden, added February 7th

Trim Poster

Trim Poster is a new member in the Trim family and is designed with one purpose in mind: compact

all-capital headlines without crashing. Åkay, we know Yankees and Englishmen don’t have much of a problem with this, but in many other countries we have extra marks resting above or hanging below

some letters.

These diacritics become problematic when setting type with a tight line-height. In Sweden tabloids

often work around the problem by making custom adjustments to the diacritics for Å, Ä and Ö.

Trim Poster is our reply, and comes in six cuts. All with stylistic sets for different diacritic styles,

so you can make that headline fit exactly as you want, whether you’re a Swede or not.


font family from Gaslight, added February 5th


This techno font based on logo, which we do a couple years ago. Tesla is good choice for posters, bills, logos and other dysplay typographic tasks. It has numerous latin and cyrillic ligatures for varying your design.


font family from Kimberly Geswein, added February 5th

Today I Feel

Cute emoticons showing a variety of smiles, frowns, and faces and words reflecting those emotions.