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W Category Fonts

 Wingman

Wingman consists of nine fonts, that can work together in perfect harmony to create beautiful designs. Like a true wingman they reinforce each others potential and offer mutual support. More…

Wingman Brush takes the lead and is, with its six styles, well equipped for many challenging typographic tasks. All Brush styles (except Brush Extra) have 815 glyphs and are packed with Open Type magic, e.g. contextual alternates, that automatically replace beginning and ending glyphs as you type. There are lots of swashes to choose from, organized in several stylistic sets. The bold and the regular styles have matching shadow versions. Brush Bold and Brush Silhouette fit together also. Nice logo-like effects can be achieved by layering these styles. On top of that Brush Vintage was added for a rustic feel. Brush Extra has 322 design elements in both smooth and vintage style.

Wingman Serif was designed to use together with the brush styles. It comes in a solid and outline version. Both fonts can fly solo, but together with Wingman Brush they make a powerful formation.
Wingman Family requires the use of an Open Type savvy application.

 Willie Caxton

William Caxton was a pivotal figure in the development of the English language, being the first to print books in English. He had learned the trade of printing in the Netherlands. This particular face is based on the Typ.6:120G GfT2150 Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke which was used in his 1476 edition of “Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales.” This font has nearly a thousand defined glyphs for modern linguistic needs.

 Wanderlust Letters

Wanderlust letters is a beautiful hand painted script that comes with a set of extras. All letters have been carefully painted giving your words a wonderful flow. Wanderlust can be used for fashion, apparel, stationery, magazines, film, books and marketing.

 Weitalic

The aim of the project was to create a new type family for corporate and editorial design. The resulting humanist sans serif Weitalic has strict and angular strokes, but at the same time possesses a calligraphic look – an interplay of contrasts. Thanks to the very eye-catching features the result is a distinctive typeface that looks good in both the headline and the area of body text.

With its 8 weights with matching italics and numerous OpenType features Weitalic is prepared for professional and complex typographic work. The fonts have an extended character set to support Central and Eastern European as well as Western European languages.

 Webnar™

Webnar is a modern geometric sans serif font family of 7 weights, including italics, created with information and technology in mind. It is a functional, versatile and highly legible typeface designed to perform well in print and on screen. Webnar features a variety of alternative characters, including a set of geometrically constructed glyphs, inspired by Paul Renner’s original experimental design for Futura. They are perfectly suited for creating punchy and memorable headlines. Details include italics, 541 characters, extended Cyrillic, softened edges, carefully placed ink traps, manually edited kerning and Opentype features.

 Without Sans

Without Sans is a new geometric sans serif of 10 weights plus matching italics and alt family. It was designed by Felipe Sanzana and Diego Aravena, the founders of “Without Foundry”, in 2014/15. It is inspired by the geometric-style sans serif typefaces that were famous during the 50s. The fonts are based on the geometric forms with a mix of grotesque typefaces. The opentype fonts have an extended character set to support Central and Eastern European as well as Western European languages.

It is perfectly suited for highlighting lettering, magazines, web, interaction design, advertising, logotypes, etc.

 Winooski

A little goofy, a little nerdy, Winooski mixes loose pen-drawn gestures with legible forms to deliver a playful workhorse. It’s packed with goodies like small caps, ligatures, case-sensitive alternates, and broad linguistic support. It also sports extras like two styles of catchwords that can be fired up by flanking the desired word with either asterisks or underscores and discretionary ligatures for pricing. There are even easter eggs in the OpenType features for the scavenger hunters among us.

 WindSong

WindSong is a beautiful elongated script with extensive OpenType programming that gives a powerful solution to the design needs of the graphic design professional.

 Wulf Utility

Wulf Utility is a heavily degraded font that evokes information in a utilitarian manner without any pretence to elegance, fuss or refinement. Gruff and direct, it is about as basic as a font can be. The Dirty version can be layered over the Rough version for two-tone effects.

 WBP Helena

Helena derived her curves from the old Chinese Tangram puzzle. She sure is playful, though sometimes she bites furiously. No worries! Helena may seem to be a tad crazy, but all in good moderation. Don’t go overboard, use her well and I can assure you … she’ll be worth all your effort.

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