It was time to add a fixed-width component to our best selling family. We're happy to give you Mono!
After the ground-breaking Ohno Display Bangers Vol. 1, we proudly present the sequel. Included in the download are 9 display fonts, 3 dingbat fonts, and an Adobe Illustrator file of 25 templates. Maybe you’re not a template person, that’s great. Hopefully they just serve as a working specimen for potential ways in which the fonts can coexist. more →
Some would say that this typeface, thanks to its light weight and high contrast has limited utility. They’d be absolutely correct. Nonetheless, I have no regrets, only Regrets.
Our interpretation of Davida isn’t quite a revival, it’s a resuscitation, with more balls than a (ooo, tricky metaphor territory to navigate here...) driving range. Phew.
A 96-style superfamily supporting a range of weights and widths, with italics. Obviously is on a quest to fill every pocket of negative space on Planet Earth.
Huggin, snuggin, bear-skin ruggin. Our softest yet is cozy, sweet, and doesn't contain a single corner. $99 for the 5 weight family.
A fresh take on a common genre. Six weights and a dingbat font. Haters will ask why. We ask why not.
Humanist sans tend to either look bland or too expressive. But this one does both!
For the price of a sixer, you can get a 64 page .pdf that goes over a–z in upper and lowercase. Learn the terms, conventions, and optical tricks from the whacky world of fonts.