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  1. Book& by Holland Fonts 30.00 USD
    A design reminiscent to school script and handwriting, yet slightly off beat, with a gracious and elegant motion. Originally designed for invitations for a book store, the typeface likes to think it refers refers to book typography of the 40s and 50s of the last century.








  2. Text Book by ParaType 30.00 USD
    Designed at Polygraphmash in 1958 by Elena Tsaregorodtseva; Latin characters and italic were added in 1987 by Emma Zakharova. An early sans serif ('Grotesque'), it was developed for primers and the first level school textbooks.

  3. Bembo Book by Monotype 35.00 USD
    Bembo Book was designed by Aldus Manutius and published by Monotype. Bembo Book contains 16 styles and family package options.

  4. Book Country by Pelavin Fonts 25.00 USD
    Book Country first appeared on a poster for "New York is Book Country" an annual literary event. It was inspired by the lettering of Ben Shahn on a poster protesting the 1927 execution of Italian radicals Nicolo Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti. Though apparently naive and crudely drawn, nevertheless, the letterforms effected an urgent and powerful message.

  5. Book Jacket by Canada Type 24.95 USD
    Book Jacket is arguably the most famous of all typefaces done in the Typositor era. Designed by Ursula Suess over an entire year, and published in 1972, Book Jacket became an instant success story that lasted well into the 1980s (even though it was copied by Phil Martin who published it under the name Bagatelle shortly after its release).

  6. Comic Book by Kika Fonts 19.00 USD
    Designed by designer Tingnian Liu in 2015/10, Comic Book is a hand-drawn typeface specially designed for comic. Comic Book supports English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and German. It is a distinct choice for your comic book editorial challenge. Instead of adding rounded end to standard comic-type typefaces, Comic Book‘s squared ends were perfectly complementing the whole rounded style. It gives audience a cheerful feeling and makes them laugh.

  7. Bar Book by Lauren Ashpole 15.00 USD
    My take on a cocktail themed dingbat font.

  8. Cartier Book by Monotype 65.00 USD
    Cartier was Canada’s first roman text typeface, created in 1967 to celebrate Canada’s centennial. Its designer, Carl Dair, was one of the country’s most celebrated graphic design pioneers, and a fine designer indeed — but he was not a trained type designer. He had spent a year at the Enschedé type foundry and printing works in the Netherlands, but that probably wasn’t enough to fully grasp all that was required to make an effective text face. It is also possible that Dair simply compromised his own design by not allowing any of the much needed alterations to be made to his working drawings when they were handed over to Linotype for production.

  9. Verger Book by David Engelby Foundry 19.00 USD
    The font Verger Book is the little brother of Verger. It’s a sturdy serif antiqua and your companion in legible and solid typographic design. Verger Book has several expressive and distinctive styles, especially in the design of its italic versions.

  10. Books Script by Piñata 9.00 USD
    Books Script — this is a good-hearted font, which was created based on the books of the Soviet period between 1960 and 1970. This font is perfect for illustrators and books which are designed for children.

  11. Mantika Book by Linotype 49.00 USD
    Mantika Book was originally conceived and drawn parallel to the first Agilita drawings. *[images: pencil drawings] It took several years before having a chance looking at these designs again. But then, my first impulse was to turn this alphabet into a new sanserif, which was to become Mantika Sans. This was the starting point to conceive a super family consisting of different design styles and corresponding weights.

  12. Book Sketch by Ziza Type 8.00 USD
    Book Sketch is hand written font which will deliver a friendly look to children books, label designs, posters or banners.

  13. Sassoon Book by Sassoon-Williams 48.00 USD
    Semi-Serif Roman and Italic for typefaces for setting legible children’s reading books. A gentle introduction for young readers to seriffed letterforms they will encounter.

  14. Winslow Book by Kimmy Design 25.00 USD
    Winslow Book is a playfully modern typeface with 6 weights and packed with styling features. Delicate features give it a playful feel while keeping Scotch Modern attributes of vertical stress, bracket serifs and ball terminals, while unique features give it a personality of its own. Winslow was designed to be a perfect typeface for text and display purposes.

  15. Book Worm by me55enjah 14.00 USD
    Introducing Book Worm!




  16. BOOM by Albatross 5.00 USD
    A premium hand-crafted wide display family.

  17. Bock by Latinotype 29.00 USD
    Is a recreational typography. Created from experimentation of the Slab Serif style with asymmetric lines. Bock is compact and stable, although having the quality of breaking the typographic rhythm, to benefit its use in short words as logotypes and lowering of text in editorials and publicity. The Fat variable was devised as an extension of the Bock concept, deleting the inner and outer space that surrounds a letter, creating a font with much weight and attitude.

  18. Mook by Eclectotype 15.00 USD
    Mook is a retro, unicase, bubble font; modular in approach but friendly in use.

  19. Cooked by Sudtipos 79.00 USD
    Koziupa and Paul are just as good in the kitchen as they are on the drawing board. Cooked is their choice offering of stir-fried and juicy alphabet ready to complement any visual stew you can put together. This meaty course, with even meatier OpenType programming, was designed to crank up the volume on the viewer's senses of smell and taste, and induce drooling at a mere glance.

  20. Look by insigne 5.00 USD
    Look, folks! From what may just be the vernacular sign capital of the world, Chattanooga, Tennessee, it’s a brand new hyperfamily from insigne! Look includes three different related fonts, with three weights each. That’s over 70 fonts!

  21. Boop Boop NF by Nick's Fonts 10.00 USD
    Here’s another wild and wacky typeface based on handlettering found on Hallmark Studio Cards of the 1950s. All possible letter combinations have been kerned, so you can mix and match upper and lowercase letters to create just the balance you’re looking for.

  22. Futura by Bitstream 29.00 USD
    Futura is the fully developed prototype of the twentieth century Geometric Sanserif.

  23. Futura by URW Type Foundry 35.00 USD
    Futura was designed by Paul Renner and published by URW Type Foundry. Futura contains 41 styles and family package options.

  24. Futura by Tilde 39.75 USD
    Futura was designed by Paul Renner and published by Tilde. Futura contains 18 styles and family package options.

  25. Futura by Linotype 35.00 USD
    First presented by the Bauer Type Foundry in 1928, Futura is commonly considered the major typeface development to come out of the Constructivist orientation of the Bauhaus movement in Germany.

  26. Boos by Fontex 22.00 USD
    A lot of time and effort has been put into the process of creation the Boos Font. A careful analysis of the current font market and overly increasing customer needs have shaped Boos' final appearance and content.


  27. ITC Zapf Book by ITC 35.00 USD
    ITC Zapf Book was designed by Hermann Zapf and published by ITC. ITC Zapf Book contains 8 styles and family package options.

  28. Stinky School Book by Nerfect 15.00 USD
    Stinky School Book was created to letter the adventures of a particular Mr. Stinky the Elf, but you can use it for that informal look when used for body copy or as a display face for headlines.

  29. Sales Book JNL by Jeff Levine 29.00 USD
    Sales Book JNL was recreated from sample letters found in the wood type section of an old printer's supply catalog.


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