Every day new fonts are released, let’s take a look at some of the best fonts published in the past sevendays.Every day new fonts are released, let’s take a look at some of the best fonts published in the past seven days.
Emmie is a friendly display face with fat curly terminals, which is great for billboards, branding, headlines and editorial design as well as screen based applications. It has over 450 glyphs and includes opentype features such as discretionary ligatures and stylistic alternates.
Maculature features grunge, uneven look inspired by letters from old posters and advertisements. Capital glyphs are, although damaged, satisfactorily legible, whereas instead of lowercase letters, capital glyphs are placed, also featuring nearly abstract, hard to read dirty looks damaged spots and stains.
Loyola is a playful font that would be perfect for use in a comic book or anything for children.
Carabelle is based on the Nebiolo type foundry’s Calipso design. Newly redrawn and with many original details added, this old typeface has been revitalized. Noble and sweet, Carabelle plays the elegant companion for cup cake shops, wedding invitations or culinary tours through France and Italy.
Jasmina FY is a new lovely low-contrast script font. Its fluid and feminin shapes, gives this font a elegant structure in small size and lots of personality in poster size.