Chinese Fonts

New Chinese Font – Monotype’s Ying Hei™

Monotype’s Ying Hei™ Monotype’s Ying Hei™ is a new Chinese sans serif typeface family designed and built for performance and elegance on screen and in print. It is available in five weights covering text and display sizes, with versions for Simplified and Traditional Chinese. M Ying Hei was designed to the highest standards by the […]

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Thai Fonts

New font release – Neue Frutiger Thai

Neue Frutiger Thai In collaboration with Adrian Frutiger, Thai font designer Anuthin Wongsunkakon has expanded Neue Frutiger Neue Frutiger with a Thai variant. The Thai characters are available in traditional and modern style. According to the font designer Anuthin Wongsunkakon, the Frutiger Thai fonts are multi-purpose: one has terminal loops, the other does not. The […]

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BestSelling Fonts

Bestselling Fonts of all times

FB Agenda – recommended for Newspaper, Magazine, Web and Corporate use Designed by Greg Thompson, Agenda offers a high-style alternative to the contemporary Swiss sans. Agenda is a fresh humanist sanserif inspired by Edward Johnston’s magnificent London Underground face, drawn in 1916. Italics in particular are vital styles of their own, forming interesting alternatives to […]

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Font Highlight

New fonts by Fontyou

Fontyou is a new Paris-based initiative with an ambitious plan, that is finding new ways to design and produce fonts. Using online tools, Fontyou establishes fruitful relationships between people with complementary skills — lettering artists, type designers, font technicians, and more. The outcome: something that’s greater than the sum of the parts — collaborative font […]

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Korean Fonts

Korean Fonts

YD Gothic 100 YD Gothic 100 family is the most common font used in Korea. It is ranked first place in designer preference and customer preference. YD Gothic 100 is a clean and legible modern sans serif typeface. Its monolinear simple structure givesYD Gothic 100 it a kind of stable feeling, are functional, clean and […]

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Font Highlight, Fontfont

FF Videtur

FF Videtur is a new Serif font family of 4 weights by Axel Bertram and Andreas Frohloff, suitable for Film & TV, Editorial & Publishing, and Small Text. The concept for FF Videtur is based on bitmap fonts created by Axel Bertram for the state television broadcaster in East Germany (GDR-TV) during the 1980s. Bertram […]

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Font Highlight

The typeface that became HELVETICA

The digital revival of the Neue Haas Grotesk typeface by Christian Schwartz The first weights of Neue Haas Grotesk were designed in 1957-1958 by Max Miedinger. The typeface was later revised and released as Helvetica by Linotype AG. As Neue Haas Grotesk had to be adapted to work on Linotype’s hot metal linecasters, Linotype Helvetica was […]

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Font Highlight, Sans Serif Typefaces

Avenir Font

Adrian Frutiger designed Avenir™ in 1988, after years of having an interest in sans serif typefaces. Avenir means ‘future’ in French and hints that the typeface owes some of its interpretation to Futura. But unlike Futura, Avenir is not purely geometric; it has vertical strokes that are thicker than the horizontals, an “o” that is […]

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