Broadway has become somewhat of a classic icon as an "Art Deco" typeface. It was originally designed by Morris Fuller Benton for ATF in 1927. Sol Hess added a lower case in 1929. Hess also drew Broadway Engraved in 1928 for Lanston Monotype. Art Decó, Fuller Benton, Classic Icons, Lower Cases, Fonts Note, Broadway Engraving, Drew Broadway, Art Deco, Lanston Monotype
Dimensions is redesigned font family based on Blackout font released as free font in 2005. The original blackout has been used especially for company or brand logo of fashion and music label in the world. In 2011, Blackout had evolved into this Dimensions font family of seven weights with roman and italics. They are one of the most condensed, black and skinny font in the world. All weights and italics have upper and lower cases, accented characters and small capital glyphs that can be used with
Chancellor is a robust hand-drawn sans serif display typeface. Its sturdy letterforms takes inspiration from Plakatstil era posters, while bringing up also cool adornments to flourish your lettering designs. This all caps typeface has two versions for each letter, amplifying your composition choices. It's a great tool for creative display uses.
Naga is Hans van Maanen's original creation of art deco shapes interected with intricate mazes of what could be Celtic or Mesoamerican knotwork art. The totality of the typeface borders on the mysterious, exotic and yet clearly discernible as far as readability is concerned.
YWFT Merry is an original Jeff Rodgers handset design, now converted into a working system font by the designers at YouWorkForThem. All the inlines, drop shades, outlines and ornaments of the original artwork has been preserved with great attention to detail. Fans of that Wes Anderson, hand-sketched simplicity will want to grab some of the artisanal primitive impact of YWFT Merry!