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Ideal for magazines, posters or flyers, Inlove is a modern take of Ariel Di Lisio passion for geometric and very contrasted typefaces.

The heaviest typeface in the world, Black Slabbath. There's only one thing about this new typeface that isn't colossally black: the razor-thin white space. It slices through and between geometric characters, creating a juxtaposition of contrasts and rhythms. Black Slabbath is delivered in OpenType format.

The heaviest typeface in the world, Black Slabbath. There's only one thing about this new typeface that isn't colossally black: the razor-thin white space. It slices through and between geometric characters, creating a juxtaposition of contrasts and rhythms. Black Slabbath is delivered in OpenType format.

Designed by Paul Hickson, Basuto is based on the original typeface design from 1927.

Umbra is a sans-serif display typeface designed in 1935 by R. Hunter Middleton. It is an adaptation of the uppercase set of his earlier typeface Tempo Light.

Originally designed in 2008 by Olivier Gourvat, this font family gives an impression of modernism, harmony and roundness. These nuances give Sofia a harmonious and sensible appearance for both texts and headlines.

YWFT Hannah is a type design comprised of three versions that work together as one, producing not variation and contrast between weights but between widths. The loose, hand drawn quality adds yet another layer of personality to the font. Hannah is similar to one of our popular Handset designs, YWFT Thinaire, but is available in OpenType format which makes Hannah much more versatile.

Designed by Steve Jackaman and Ashley Muir. Our Guildford is based on the Stephenson Blake typeface, Guildford Sans.