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font family from Voltage Ltd, added January 4th

VTG Watson Steel Pen™

If you're regularly compelled to scrawl fiery French poetry, declare independence, or design indie folk albums, then Chris Watson’s romantic Steel Pen typeface is for you. With old-school edge and spirited opentype alternates, it’s as gallant as type gets.

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font family from Voltage Ltd, added January 4th

VTG Pennyloafer™

Say hello to Pennyloafer, an unpunishably cute troublemaker of a typeface by Utah designer, Ashley Mackay. Inspired by Mackay’s roots as an Idaho farm girl with a penchant for bikes and kittens,


this font is sugary and unruly with dingbats to spare.

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font family from Voltage Ltd, added January 4th

VTG Juker™

Juker is a sturdy hand-drawn slab serif with proper country manners. Warm, hospitable, and just a little bit rough, Juker will lend its comfortable touch to a variety of projects. Activate the stylistic alternates feature to introduce slight variations in the letterforms.

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font family from VetteLetters, added in 2012

VLNL Irish Stew

Obviously the Irish Stew font finds its origin in Ireland. During a vacation in West Ireland Donald® fell in love with the famous Stew. He loved Irish Stew so much he couldn't wait to create a font dedicated to the stew from Ballymaloe.

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font family from VetteLetters, added in 2012

VLNL DBXLZX

DBXLZX was inspired by the ZX Spectrum 8-bit home computer, released in 1980 by Sinclair Research. For many designers the 8-bit pixel grid of the ZX Spectrum was one of the first steps into the realm of digital design. DBXLZX was initially developed by DBXL into a three weight family for use on the Armind record label of world famous trance deejay Armin van Buuren.

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font family from VetteLetters, added in 2012

VLNL TpLlum

TpLlum is a typeface designed by TwoPoints for a festival in Barcelona called ‘Montjuïc de Nit’. Llum means light in Catalan. In the Montjuïc de Nit project the font was used in white over a dark grey background, letting the light of a backlit poster shine through. For this purpose the typeface had to be very bright, which was made possible by its heavy cut.

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font family from Radko Hromátka, added in 2012

Vaba™

VABA is a caps typeface inspired by the work of Vladimir Bartosek, Slovak designer. VABA refers to the Slovak typography in the 30ties of the last century, but it also appears modern and original in today’s design. Typeface has plain, broken structure, it is significant in text, which makes it ideal as a display type.

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font family from Hanoded, added in 2012

Viareggio

Viareggio is a city in Northern Tuscany, Italy. Viareggio is famous for its carnival and its mascot, the clown Burlamacco (designed by Uberto Bonetti in 1930). Viareggio font was based on the hand lettering found on a 1931 poster, advertising the carnival. Viareggio font comes with extensive language support.

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font family from Jeff Levine, added in 2012

Vaudeville JNL

Vaudeville JNL started out as the re-drawing of an angular Art Deco font hand-lettered on some old publications for sale online. After completing the basic alphabet, it was realized that it just didn't look good -- so a more traditional letter form was adapted to represent the style and times.

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font family from VetteLetters, added in 2012

VLNL Kimchi™

The Kimchi font had its starting point in the making of the film “Cloud Atlas”, based on the novel by David Mitchell and directed by Lana & Andy Wachowski and Tom Tykwer. A first version of Kimchi was created for “Papa Song” – an underground fast food restaurant in a futuristic Neo Seoul in the year 2144. It was used for the menus, advertisement and packaging.

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