A versatile sans from TipoType, a dynamic script by Sudtipos, an extreme display face from Hoefler & Co, a quirky hand-drawn family by Thinkdust, a geometric sans from Mint Type, a pair of playful stencils by Font Bureau, a multi-sources-inspired titling family from Kyle Wayne Benson, and a robust stencil by House Industries.
Designed by Fernando Díaz
Libertad is a sans-serif that mixes humanist and grotesk models.
Designed by Yani Arabena & Guille Vizzari
Abelina can be used in display sizes for titles where part of the central premise is to emulate certain features of gestural handwriting.
Most type families begin with a roman font of moderate weight, and build outwards toward their peripheral bolds and italics. Nitro starts from the extreme — an aggressively sloped italic of massive weight — and adds an equal and opposite form, a backslanted style called Turbo.
Designed by Alex Haigh
Nanami Handmade comes in two styles — a solid and a hand-drawn, each of which has eight weights — and carries a quirky, mischievous charm.
Designed by Andriy Konstantynov
Proba Pro is a geometric sans with lowered x-height, prominent ascenders & descenders, and subtle humanist touch.
Designed by Cyrus Highsmith
Tick & Tock play the same game in two different ways; they’re distinct typefaces that see themselves in each other.
Designed by Kyle Wayne Benson
Yorklyn Stencil’s robust curves and deceptively delicate breaks will withstand a wide variety of harsh conditions with unprecedented aplomb.
Sponsored by Hoefler & Co.