Bride Style, A sweet beautiful delicate script font. Inspired from the wedding modern calligraphy style but presented in a fashion editorial way. Perfectly fit for branding, logo, wedding things, greeting cards, fashion, lookbook, moodboard, presentation, imagine the luxury, beautiful, stylish, and casual in the same time.
Barata Display is an all caps script family font inspired by the street vendors and informal commerce in Latin countries. A condensed defined and thick stroke evokes the chalk signs that are made in “tianguis”, markets, greengrocers, barbecues and flea markets from Los Angeles to Buenos Aires. It is a typeface that “SCREAM” buy me, save money, discounted, almost Free, opportunity!.
What distinguishes the New Barata Display from Estudio Arellano Type Foundry is the expressive power of its structure. The Alphabet is built on the geometric principle of free traces from freehand writing. Composed of 236 capital Roman characters, Barata Display includes most common accents and diacritics. More…
Barata Display can be used in any kind of commercial or personal promotion, in graphic design, web, print, animation, etc. Perfect for price labels, tags and other applications such as posters and t-shirts. It is a typeface ideal for headlines and Lettering.
Cinque Donne means “Five Women” in Italian. It was inspired by the five sisters in my family as well as a group of five high school friends I have known for 46 years, aka “The Club Girls”. The Pro version has 3370 glyphs with all the bells and whistles!
Women are connectors, encouragers and supporters. Young, old, shy, extroverted, when you put us together, somehow we make a beautiful impact on each other’s lives. This is what Cinque Donne does in a visual way. More…
Some letters are simple and prefer to sit quietly. Others are flourished and proud and like the limelight in the middle of a word. And then there are alternates that are flexible and work in any number of surprising places. Stylistic sets can add a vivacious feel while contextual alternates bring better understanding. Classic or contemporary, subdued or flamboyant, these letters represent the variety of women that make life interesting for us all. Within the varied glyphs, I hope you find characters that remind you of the special women in your life. Let Cinque Donne salute them on the page!
The Cinque Donne Family includes: Cinque Donne, Cinque Donne Bold, Cinque Donne Swash and Cinque Donne Pro.
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Crafters: All of my fonts have been specially coded for PUA (Private Use Area) so you can access all of the swashes and alternates using Character Map (PC) or Character Viewer (Mac) or with any number of apps including PopChar. If you would like to purchase PopChar at a special discount email me and I will send you the link.
Cinque Donne Pro and Cinque Donne Swash include Swash, Stylistic and Titling Alternates, Contextual Alternates, Standard and Discretionary Ligatures, Roman Numerals & Fractions.
Erich Heckel (1883 – 1970) was a German painter and printmaker. He was a founding member of Die Brücke (The Bridge), a group of German expressionists.
Heckel font somewhat resembles the loose (and messy) handwriting Erich Heckel used in some of his drafts.
Use of a thick brush and expressive strokes make Brush Stroke a raw, bold typeface. It is suitable for headings and short paragraphs.
Brush Stroke is extended, containing West European diacritics making it suitable for multilingual environments and publications.
I don’t have an Uncle Oscar, so the font is not named after someone I know. The name just kind of stuck. Uncle Oscar is a pencil font, made with a black ‘Lamy’ pencil I took from my son Sam’s pencil box. It is a little rough, but very legible and comes in Regular and Italic. Of course, Uncle Oscar speaks a lot of languages.
Our first fully connecting cursive handwritten font inspired by its namesake receipt, it’s Beer Dip! A Wisconsin classic!
Keswick is a beautiful small town in the English Lake District. It is a good place to hang out for a while and explore the surrounding National Park. During your stay you could visit the Keswick Pencil Factory – which brings us to this nice font… Keswick font was created using a 6B pencil (the crumbly, soft kind) and a lot of patience. I have to admit, the pencil used was not made in Keswick. Sorry ’bout that…
Doodle Pen is a whimsical hand-drawn typeface. Characters are based on ballpoint pen multi-line drawings creating a scribbled texture and soft edges. This typeface will work well for headings, short paragraphs and scrap-book style designs.
Doodle Pen is extended, containing West European diacritics making it suitable for multilingual environments and publications.
Cheat Sheet is a handwritten typeface that looks like, well, handwriting. It is loose, legible and useful and comes with extensive language support. It goes without saying that I have never used a cheat sheet when I was in school… (ahum)…
Hand Of Sean was created from the designer’s own handwriting in 2008 for a personal project, but was made available to the public and quickly became very popular. The font was updated in 2013 with redrawn glyphs, improved spacing, better kerning and OpenType features.
NEW OpenType features: if you type two of the same letter, the font will automatically substitute with two slightly different characters to make the font look more natural. This also happens with words containing the same vowel either side of a consonant, such as ‘solo’ or ‘data’. More…
Please note that OpenType features are only available in programs that support them, such as Illustrator, Indesign, Quark or Photoshop.
Strangelove is inspired by the title sequence of Stanley Kubrick’s movie Dr. Strangelove. The original titles were designed by Pablo Ferro, who is one of the most acclaimed film title designers, especially famous for his hand-drawn lettering.
With the Bombs also come illustrations referring to scenes from the film.
Looking for a serif version? Have a look at Strangelove NextSlab!
Hightide is a rough, hand-lettered script font inspired by brush calligraphy of the 50’s and 60’s. It’s a cinch to use, and adds a welcome splash of salty vintage charm wherever it goes. Shown in posters with other Atlantic Fonts including Began and Reading.
My inspiration for this font was my father. He was a puzzle toy inventor and as a child he showed me how to write in capitals and this font is an homage to his handwriting style.
Based on an architect’s handwriting, Lu has a good balance between quirkiness and legibility. With an extended character set, it is a good choice for setting short texts.
Anamorphic is a display monospace handwriting font. The typeface is a distinct hand drawn font using a felt tip marker. The Anamorphic name is derived from Greek words meaning “formed again”. Anamorphic is great for display work, invitations, writing, architecture, posters, logos and headings.
Shesek is an informal, loose, handwritten font without any frills. It is deceivingly plain, but when you use it, you will find out that Shesek has a distinct taste, not unlike its namesake, the Japanese plum, or Loquat. The Loquat is a soft, oval, yellow fruit which is grown mostly in Japan and Israel (where it is called ‘Shesek’).
Lately I have been thinking about rabbits. Not that I have a particular love for rabbits – they’re cute, but also kind of stupid. But as Christmas dinner is approaching, I see more rabbit carcasses lining the shelves of supermarkets. These poor animals never saw the light of day, never felt the grass between their paws and never had a ‘true life’. In honour of the hundreds of thousands of rabbits being slaughtered for Christmas this year, I have named this font: Rabbit Escape.
Rabbit Escape is a slightly back-slanted typeface – handmade with a permanent marker I bought in Japan. It is quite unusual, maybe a bit weird, but it will serve you well.
Comes with a generous stuffing of diacritics.
Let Tarot wisp you away onto an enchanted journey. This whimsical serif typeface is perfect for headlines, small bodies of text, and feels like magic when paired with scripted type. Inspired partly by Helsing, Tarot features a similar essence, along with an alluring and spontaneous handwritten presence. Tarot is a charming font used to make anything created feel bewitched. Presto!
Helsing is a serif style font inspired by Bram Stoker’s 1897 Dracula as well as Edward Gorey’s rendition of the story. Helsing is characterized by his slighting skewed baseline, subtle texture, thick and thin contrasts, and decorative legs.
Made as a graphic style font, Helsing is perfect for illustrative titles, small bodies of text, and pairing with contrasting lettering style fonts like Asterism.
Gruyère is rich with character and always in good taste. Earthy and assertive, Gruyère adds distinctive flavor to every occasion.
Borrowdale is a valley and civil parish in the English Lake District. In the 16th century a major deposit of graphite was discovered near Seathwaite, which kickstarted the pencil industry. Borrowdale font was made with one of my son’s coloring pencils (which probably does not contain a single molecule of graphite). It is a very legible and easy-on-the-eye font, ideal for children’s books, texts and product packaging.
Comes with a mother lode of diacritics.
Farbe is a contemporary hand created brush script font. A dry brush with minimal medium was used to create the nature textured look.
Farbe is an all capitals font covering the full latin script (including diacritics and Greek) along with the Cyrillic script, numbers and punctuation.
Kusukusu means ‘chuckle’ or ‘giggle’ in Japanese. It is a feminine, hand written font with a happy feel to it. Kusukusu comes in different styles, has all the diacritics you need and has been kerned by hand.
Attaboy is a posh word for ‘well done’. It was made with a broken marker pen to give it that ‘eroded’ look. It is an all caps typeface, but upper and lower case can be mixed. Attaboy comes with stylistic alternates for the lower case glyphs and all the diacritics you need.
Peppo is an informal, simple, readable and easy-on-the-eyes handwritten typeface inspired by hand-written script. Each font providing an organic and spontaneous hand lettering feel. Combination of 12 styles (3 widths and 4 weights) and wide range of glyphs guarantee high freedom and flexibility of typographic work. Peppo typeface includes extended Latin characters with capitals, small letters and small capitals, lining and old style figures, superscripts, scientific inferiors, currency symbols and arrows.
You can use this font to create childrenís publications, posters, CD labels, T-shirts, coffee mugs, and banners. More…
Important technical notice:
Combining diacritical marks (U+0300, U+0301, U+0303, U+0309, U+0323) are only ‘compatibility characters’ for codepage ‘MS Windows 1258 Vietnamese’.
Combining diacritical marks (U+0312, U+0315, U+0326) are only ‘compatibility characters’ for Czech, Latvian, Romanian and Slovak language.
OpenType features ‘Mark to Base’ and ‘Mark to Mark’ is not supported.
Kerning is prepared as single (‘flat’) table for maximum possible compatibility with older software.
Designer(s): Publisher: Jonahfonts Design Date: 2014 Download Pine Nuts™ Now → About Pine Nuts™ Font Example(s) of Pine Nuts™