Drea

Drea is an experimental, vector only typeface. Available in a variety of weights, this skinny and sexy font would be wonderful for fashion or editorial headlines. The font was designed by Branislav S. Cirkovic for TypoFlat.

Drea Font by Branislav Cirkovic for TypoFlat

Mench

Mench is a beautifully rounded and condensed uppercase typeface with regular, thin, inline, and bold weights. The font was designed by Morgan Knutson for Lost Type.

Mensch Font by Morgan Knutson for Lost Type

Ribbon

Ribbon is strictly a number set that is great for strong visual representation of any number you can imagine. Includes many alternates, as well as special punctuation. This font was designed by Dan Gneiding for Lost Type.

Ribbon Font by Dan Gneiding for Lost Type

Highlands

Highlands is a charming and versatile slab-serif that draws inspiration from National Park posters of old. Its character and charm makes for great headlines. The font was designed by Tyler Gapin for Lost Type.

Highlands Font by Tyler Gapin for Lost Type

Canaveral

Canaveral is a versatile, wide serifed font for maximum clarity in tight spots. It was released on the same day that the Space Shuttle Endeavor launched for the last time! The font was designed by Riley Cran for Lost Type.

Canaveral Font by Riley Cran for Lost Type

Weston

Weston is a rounded slab-serif font that will spice up your design adding the “not-your-usual-font-choice” effect. Inspired by the evergreen Grover & Rockwell, this font would love to find his place in your library. The font was designed by Pavel Pavlov for Fontfabric.

Weston Font by Pavel Pavlov for Fontfabric

RBNo2

Inspired by late 19th century industrial fonts, RBNo2 is a new gothic sans serif font, with german roots regarding straightness and geometry. Combined with other sans serifs, slab serifs and serif fonts it catches the eye when used in headlines and short copy texts. The font was designed by Rene Bieder for Fontfabric.

RBNo2 Font by Rene Bieder for Fontfabric

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