G2 Ciao
G2 Ciao, by Audretsch
Dem elementaren Sprachklang entspricht die elementare Optik, dem akustischen Eigenwert der Sprache der formalen Eigenwert der Schrift. (Kurt Schwitters, 1928)
G2 Ciao
G2 Lebenszeichen
G2 Lebenszeichen, by Audretsch
“Signs of life” are measuring the cosmos of experience! In a timeframe spanning from 1972 to 1979 Wolfgang Schmid finished 262 out of 893 planned signs.
G2 Lebenszeichen
POSTER MONO
POSTER MONO, by Lena Weber
JXfE WhatWiLlthiSloOkliKeWhOkNOWs AaBbCcDdEeFfGgHhIiJjKkLlMmNnOoPpQqRrSsTtUuVvWwXxYyZz 1234567890
POSTER MONO
Fluse
Fluse, by Viktor Pesotsky
Fluse angular design but smooth and sleek shapes
Fluse
Zorn
Zorn, by Laura Csocsan
zorn
Zorn
RZR
RZR, by Malin Neamtzu
Turbotypography
RZR
Right Grotesk
Right Grotesk, by Alex Slobzheninov
Right Grotesk blends neutrality and functionality of workhorses with a good touch of distinctive personality. Featuring many fine details, smooth curves, moderate contrast and slightly unusual anatomy, the typeface can be a loud and proud hero or a humble supporting actor for all sorts of designs. Not trendy, not timeless either, it is designed to be a versatile and high-quality type family for both serious and fun projects. It was designed to be just Right.
Right Grotesk
Hybryda
Hybryda, by Maciej Polczynski
Petite Black Sabbath
Hybryda
Yamas
Yamas, by Jules Durand
Mediaeval Typographia Mundo 4 Infernum Futurum 🏰⚔🛡👀
Yamas
GroteskRemix
GroteskRemix, by Benoît Bodhuin
Déplacer le principe intime du caractère vers le pôle de la réception, l'assimilant à l'idée esthétique en tant qu'expression de l'entendement et de l'imagination.←↓↑→
GroteskRemix
KOYSAN
KOYSAN, by Viktor Pesotsky
Koysan sharp rigid strokes, smooth geometric ovals
KOYSAN
Dyade
Dyade, by omfd
Dyade is a typeface with special ligatures.
Dyade
Neue Machina
Neue Machina, by Pangram Pangram® Foundry
Neue Machina is inspired by the aesthetics of robotics and machines — a font suited for the future of technology.
Neue Machina
Sangha Kali
Sangha Kali, by Anna Seslavinskaya
At the age of 29, Siddhartha left his palace to meet his subjects. Despite his father's efforts to hide from him the sick, aged and suffering, Siddhartha was said to have seen an old man. When his charioteer Channa explained to him that all people grew old, the prince went on further trips beyond the palace. On these he encountered a diseased man, a decaying corpse, and an ascetic. These depressed him, and he initially strove to overcome ageing, sickness, and death by living the life of an ascetic.
Sangha Kali
Sketleton
Sketleton, by Fabian Maier-Bode
SKKKKKRRRRRRRTTTT. Sketleton is a bony wobbly typeface which makes the most fun if you not treat her right!
Sketleton