Last week we took a look at some traditional fonts. But what really gets designers excited are these new fonts, which are actually created all the time. You won’t find these in Microsoft Word, but browsing the internet yields some really inspiring new creations.
Thanks to MyFonts, here is a roundup of some on-point font families.
|This is an eloquent response to one microtrend, […] chromatic fonts, using stacked text frames to create dynamic multi-colored headlines with three-dimensional effects. Designed by: Daniel Hernández of Latinotype1"|
|Quadon is a modern, clear and flexible interpretation of the slab-serif model. Its wide range of typographic features and alternative glyphs allow for a fair degree of personalization. Rene Bieder of Berlin, Germany2"|
|The font is an “informal-script-drawn with-pointed-brush-then-carefully-digitized-to-resemble-handmade-lettering.Debi Sementelli3"|
|Moving away from his signature style of lively scripts, Borges worked for an estimated 7,000 hours to develop this condensed, classicist display face. Charles Borges de Oliveira4"|
|This typeface has plenty of swashes, ligatures and alternate shapes. With its effortless grace and wit, it recalls advertising scripts of the 1950s. Sabrina Mariela Lopez5"|
|It is a bold brush style script family in three weights. Emil Karl Bertell6"|