A deco style numbers font from Joshua Mayfield, a calligraphic text family by District, a ligature packed display face from Nootype, a contemporary stencil by Atlas Font Foundry, a family of contradictions from Typotheque, a flexible gothic digitized for the first time by Hamilton Wood Type, and a single face with 9 fonts within from DSType.
Designed by Joshua Mayfield
Originally inspired by the numerals on a vintage clock face, Roloi is a layered numbers font in the deco lettering style, and includes a full set of automatic clock symbols.
Designed by Galen Lawson
The natural follow-up to the popular Fair Sans — now a text family based on the calligraphic structure and casual construction of its predecessor.
Designed by Nico Inosanto
Fitigraf is a mix between a classical serif font and graffiti street art.
Designed by Christoph Dunst
Designed by Nikola Djurek
The Lumin Family includes slab-serif, sans-serif, condensed and display typefaces, all of which play with the idea of contradiction.
Designed by James Todd
The Unit Gothic series was originally released by Hamilton Manufacturing Co. in 1907. This set of 7 fonts was designed to aid in press room efficiency and its incremental variation in widths gave poster printers unprecedented flexibility in fitting copy while using consistently harmonious fonts.
Designed by Dino dos Santos & Pedro Leal
Diversa is a typeface that takes a very different path from the most fonts, both in terms of appearance and usability. Diversa is a single typeface with 9 fonts within, containing 2760 glyphs, divide in 9 stylistic sets.
Sponsored by H&FJ.