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SKRADJHUWN is a font that refuses to be classified. It bounces casually along its baseline with the weight of a display face, showing off hints of fun serifs and curvey strokes. Yet it’s visually strong and a great reader, and it’s also a family of five faces. The subtle variety of weights allows the user to pick just the right amount of heavy or light for maximum visibility at any size. SKRADJHUWN, in base-form, will work just about anywhere you want to use it. Except maybe those very small point sizes that tend to chew a regular font to pieces. For those delicate moments, drop down to the thinner strokes of SKRADJHUWN 001 and 002. From there, with the 003 and 004 option, the strokes increase dramatically, allowing the user to avoid those pixelated defects that arise when letter size starts to clash with the final viewing size.


IRON MAN OF WAR Font Download

font family from The Fontry, added May 22nd


Get ready to experience four ferrous versions of an industrialistic face that will leave your graphics anchored in place and armored up for war. Replete with buckets of rivets and powerful angles, the IMOW font family will help you lock down a layout in ways regular typefaces can't match. Your designs will experience an invincibility rarely seen as you choose between plain or permanently bolted in place. Which one will be the primary weapon in your arsenal? All certainly have the power to handle any task put to them. So which will you choose to suit up and enter the fray with?


RACE1 Brannt™ Font Download

font family from The Fontry, added yesterday

RACE1 Brannt™

Go fast around the track with the RACE1 Brannt family. Brannt is perfectly at home on the race-track or off. Slap it on a sign or a billboard for bold legibility--with or without the chisels. Or put it on a race-car and get ready to roar. Though I suspect you'll want the convex effect for track applications. And if Brannt isn't enough, if you want even more options, switch to Brannt Plus. It has a unique set of numbers and a uniformity amongst its letterforms not seen in the normal Brannt font. You can even explore your software’s character map for OpenType replacment features. And there’s also a layering effect to simplify the breakdown of the colors. By selecting from the style menu, the chiseled version of Brannt can be assembled with a background outline, the main glyph outline, and the foreground chisel effect. Stack up these three layers, set the colors, and simply, GO-!!!


ARB-187 Moderne Caps AUG-47 Font Download

font family from The Fontry, added yesterday

ARB-187 Moderne Caps AUG-47

Beginning in January, 1932, Becker, at the request of then-editor E. Thomas Kelly, supplied SIGNS of the Times magazine’s new Art and Design section with an alphabet a month, a project predicted to last only two years. Misjudging the popularity of the “series”, it instead ran for 27 years, ending finally two months before Becker’s death in 1959, for a grand total of 320 alphabets, a nearly perfect, uninterrupted run. In late 1941, almost ten years after the first alphabet was published, 100 of those alphabets were compiled and published in bookform under the title, “100 Alphabets”, by Alf R. Becker.


FHA Nicholson French Font Download

font family from The Fontry, added January 4th

FHA Nicholson French

An Art Nouveau alphabet that has stood the test of time, Nicholson French, by legendary sign-painter Frank H. Atkinson, is over 100 years old and going strong. In modern typographic trim, it comes with OpenType feature replacement options and multi-language support, from standard Latin-1 to Latin Extended-A, Greek and Cyrillic.