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V Category Fonts

font family from Måns Grebäck, added today


font family from Wordshape, added April 9th


Vaud is a family of 40 weights of neutral, yet formally nuanced grotesk typefaces that takes inspiration from Helvetica, Akzidenz Grotesk, Univers and the original metal types from Switzerland, yet had a slightly larger x-height for more pronounced legibility.


font family from Intellecta Design, added yesterday

Vulnavia Sans

font family from Yellow Design Studio, added April 15th

Verb Condensed

Verb Condensed from Yellow Design Studio is a modestly condensed version of the original Verb family, taking on more classic sans-serif proportions. It shares the same confidence, energy, and friendliness. At smaller sizes Verb Condensed is open and legible, while at larger sizes it reveals lively shapes and personality.


font family from B2302, added April 23rd


VASARELY has famous roots, its name is related to optical arts own Victor Vasarely. Dropping the field of Op-Art, you already know where we have been aiming at. The REGULAR and LIGHT cuts of VASARELY are quite ordinary, rectangular, but legible typefaces, but with the BOLD and EXTRABOLD versions you will be able to build diverse illusive type illustrations and layouts. Being build on a strict grid with same dimensions, the eye-affecting black-and-white contrast should trigger different optical effects. As an extra we build an EXTRUDED version as well. Have fun!


font family from AdultHumanMale, added today


vastra is a slim, futuristic, bauhaus inspired typeface.

It has plenty of those pesky foreign glyphs and various alternates of the standard alphabet. It’s available in 5 different weights from light to Heavy and is complimented by 5 italicized versions of the 5 different weights too.

I wanted this font to look like background set typography in a 70’s sci-fi movie. D A N G E R

You can buy it in singles, pairs or the whole damn brood.


font family from Cercurius, added yesterday


The characters in this font are composed of rounded lines with even thickness, giving an impression of neon tubes. Although the design is completely new, it has its stylistic roots in the modernistic 20th century world of steel-tube chairs and fluorescent lamps.


font family from Cercurius, added yesterday


A revival of “Gras Vibert”, a French fat face originally cast by the Didot typefoundry in Paris. It was cut in 1840 by Vibert, an engraver employed by the foundry. The capitals are heavier than the lowercase letters, and the characters g, k, y and & are rather peculiarly shaped, exaggerating the vertical stress. The font is designed for large sizes.


font family from Johannes Hoffmann , added today

Vivala Media Icons

Vivala Media Icons is a set of 97 symbols of modern media devices and controls for various functions, such as volume, brightness and many others.


font family from Catharsis Fonts, added May 23rd

Volantene Script

Volantene Script is a fully equipped display typeface inspired by the fine penmanship of Lady Talisa Maegyr-Stark. The lowercase letters are crafted to be as faithful as possible to the lady’s hand-written forms, while the uppercase, figures, symbols, and punctuations are original designs by Catharsis Fonts (Christian Thalmann) matching the lowercase in style. Volantene Script comes with an extensive character set and OpenType features like ligatures and contextual alternates.