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 Wes FY

If you’re searching for a new sans-serif, here is Wes FY!
This font is a modern geometric grotesk reminding of Paul Renner’s Futura. It has a large x-height and tight letter-spacing, and comes in five weights from Thin to Black. While the extremes are definitely intended to large sizes usage, the intermediate weights will be well suited to text setting at smaller sizes.

Wes FY was created by the FONTYOU Team, the first collaborative type foundry.

 Walpurga

Walpurga is a witchy display font that comes in two variants - regular & bold - and with four glyphs for each letter. There is a set of ornaments and the in-built open type features produce a random, natural looking effect when activated through the “contextual alternates” feature.
Walpurga was created with stylized brush ends that become visible at larger font sizes. A fresh, versatile font that is usable for a wide range of design applications.
Please activate Open Type Features to get the most out of this font.

 Wacca

Wacca straddles the categories of Humanist slab and Contemporary serif, and it also gives a handwriting taste especially in the italics. Its tall x-height enables them to be extremely visible, and the slightly curved strokes on some letters give them a pleasant and organic look as a whole. The Italics introduces more cursive strokes all over, so it comes across much more organic than the regulars.

This Unique, fun, yet simple family is good for any purpose.

 Wonderbear PB™

From the title screens and comic books of the Hair Bear Bunch comes the fun and funky Wonderbear typeface. All that 70’s flavor packed into a Caps/Alt Caps typestyle reminiscent of a lovable limited run cartoon show. The Hair Bears miss you as much as you miss them. Relive the laughter.

 Wallet

Wallet is an expressive handwritten font with loads of personality, suitable for many different projects. It comes in three styles: Felt, Felt bold and Chalk.
Wallet has 391 glyphs and supports multiple languages. Opentype features, such as contextual alternates, for replacing beginning and ending glyphs as you type and double letter ligatures are also included. To make full use of its potential Wallet requires an opentype-savvy application.

 Whisky™

Whisky is a blackletter font family with a casual touch that makes it look friendly and current. The stroke varies its thickness and angle endings making it form very dynamic bodies of text.
The family includes seven weights, each with a fill and a inline version that allow you to develope more colorful applications overlaping them as layers. Also by using Open Type features you can access to an extended set of characters wich contains swashes and alternative endings to make more playful compositions.

 Wine Cellar JNL

Wine Cellar JNL is a bold, yet casual display face found on some 1930s-era sheet music entitled “Everybody Wants a Key to My Cellar”. Since the subject of the song had a number of good times underneath the house, it’s a fitting name for the font.

The hand lettering for the original song sheet showed strong influence of the 1920s and the Art Nouveau style, and has hints of the popular metal type “Hobo” in its character shapes.

 Wonderful JNL

A little bit of thick-and-thin Art Deco hand lettering is offered up in Wonderful JNL, based on some promotional text found on an old piece of sheet music.

 Words And Music JNL

The 1934 sheet music for "I'll String Along with You" from the Dick Powell-Ginger Rogers musical “20 Million Sweethearts” yielded the charming Deco monoline design for Words and Music JNL.

 Workhorse

Workhorse is a Sign Painter’s Gothic developed by Master Sign Painter Greg Reid. Workhorse captures the true essence of hand lettering. From the tapered waists to the elegant snaps of the brush; these elements present a warmth unseen in today’s mechanically stiff Gothics. Greg Reid and Charles Borges de Oliveira collaborated to bring this truly one of a kind typeface to fruition. With the power of Open type, Workhorse utilizes Contextual Alternates to create random variations of the capitals and lowercase letters. This allows your text to have subtle differences in the letters without losing form which helps to create an honest hand lettered look. This feature can be turned on or off to suit your individual style. You also have the ability to manually choose the glyph variations from the glyph pallet to help you create one of kind designs. Both versions of Workhorse feature complete variations of the capitals and lowercase letters (56 total), Small Caps and six alternates. The Small Caps are not just the capitals scaled down. They have been designed as a unique second set that adjusts the stroke thickness to match the existing letters, creating what we like to refer to as “Real Small Caps”. Workhorse is a timeless classic that can be used from early Americana advertising all the way up to present day modern use.
 No matter how you use Workhorse it always looks and reads well.

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