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  1. Carnova by Typotheticals 4.00 USD
    This is a standard, plain face with no special distinguishing features. It was created over a period of four months for use in small text in a cartographer package. While the face was extremely suitable for the purpose it was designed for, the party who was to purchase the family outright decided upon another design, allowing me to offer it up for sale. The original design for this face is nothing new, and has been greatly influenced by many others already in existence. It was not intended to be flashy, nor eye-catching, and I believe I have managed to escape any individuality that could have affected the face. It displays well in the lower text sizes, and, in my own opinion, displays some characters more clearly than some other similar faces that are currently in use (not all, some).

  2. Carniola by Linotype 35.00 USD
    Carniola was designed by Franko Luin and published by Linotype. Carniola contains 7 styles and family package options.

  3. Carmina by Tilde 64.75 USD
    Carmina was published by Tilde. Carmina contains 8 styles and family package options.

  4. Crania by Burghal Design 29.00 USD
    Sick to death of buying an entire dingbat font just for the ONE symbol you really want?

  5. arnica by Justi 15.00 USD
    Arnica is a display font based on a simple geometry that uses circles (and modules) as a structure. It is an experimental project where, in place of upercases, has alternate characters and swashes. Furthermore, arnica has 50 discretionary ligatures which, when activated, give a totally different touch to the font and also has the bold weight, which reinforce the experimentalism of the project.

  6. Carita by Goodigital13 20.00 USD
    Great to use for logos, inspirational quotes, t-shirt graphics, typography art, apparel, labels, posters, business cards, stylized wedding invitations, prints, signs, book cover designs headlines, titles, etc.Beauty Influencer, Interior Designer, or run a Cooking YouTube channel – looking for a way to stand out from your competition. Maybe you feel like your birthday e-cards are missing that “something”.If you can say “yes” to any of these then hold on to your seats and get ready for a modern, fun, and delightful experience!

  7. Carnival VP by VP Creative Shop 21.00 USD
    Carnival VP is a long, clean font with Latin and Cyrillic support, tons of alternate glyphs, and multilingual support. It's a very versatile font that works great in large and small sizes.

  8. Canvas by T-26 19.00 USD
    Canvas was published by T-26. Canvas contains 3 styles and family package options.

  9. Canvas by Turtle Arts 20.00 USD
    Canvas was inspired by the textural qualities of painting and drawing letters on, of course, rough canvas.

  10. Carnas by Hoftype 49.00 USD
    Carnas, a new monoline sans with a light, slender and informal appearance. It is however forceful and strong enough for headlines and signage. Despite the reduction in its shapes, it is pleasantly readable for both shorter and longer text applications.

  11. Cabarga Cursiva by ITC 35.00 USD
    Cabarga Cursiva was designed by Leslie Cabarga and published by ITC. Cabarga Cursiva contains 1 style.

  12. Monotype Corsiva by Monotype 70.00 USD
    Monotype Corsiva was published by Monotype. Monotype Corsiva contains 4 styles and family package options.

  13. Carmina BT by Bitstream 29.00 USD
    A personal calligraphic series commissioned by Bitstream from Gudrun Zapf von Hesse.Although Carmina BT is a neutral design, optimized for use in digital publishing, Zapf von Hesse’s unique calligraphic spirit is still quite visible in the family’s letterforms. This is not surprising, as all of Zapf von Hesse’s typefaces are calligraphic in nature. Yet Carmina BT is suitable for almost any conceivable digital text application, from book design up through signage use.

  14. Carnavale Delight by T-26 29.00 USD
    Carnavale Delight was designed by Dennis Sopczynski and published by T-26. Carnavale Delight contains 1 style.

  15. MFC Carnivale Monogram by Monogram Fonts Co. 19.95 USD
    The inspiration source for Carnivale Monogram is an elegantly sexy antique of typographic history. Known as Romantiques No. 3 or Ornate No. 2, this fantastic typefaces has been digitally revived and expanded for monogram designs. While this typestyle was never originally intended for monograms, its ornate nature lends itself so wonderfully to the craft.

  16. ITC Arnova by ITC 35.00 USD
    Genevieve Cerasoli created the font in 1997. ITC Arnova is a calligraphy typeface with pronounced stroke contrast and rough contours. The characters have pointed strokes and sit on the baseline leaning diagonally sometimes toward and sometimes away from one another and both characteristics give ITC Arnova a lively, dynamic feel. This font remains legible in point sizes as small as 8 and is well-suited to headlines and short to middle length texts.

  17. Carina Pro by RMU 35.00 USD
    Like Phenix out of the ashes the former Schriftguss hot-metal font „Rautendelein“ has come to live again. Carina Pro was carefully extended for multilingual use, and contains a few alternates which can be activated via the swash OpenType feature.

  18. FF Carina by FontFont 65.00 USD
    FF Carina was designed by Alexandra Korolkova and published by FontFont. FF Carina contains 3 styles and family package options.

  19. Canvas Acrylic Megafamily by Yellow Design Studio 20.00 USD
    The Canvas Acrylic Megafamily from Yellow Design Studio is a collection of nine distinct hand-painted font families ranging from refreshingly festive to folky and organic. Six of the families include unique layering options for added dimension and impact. With authentic, hi-res texture the fonts maintain their realism even at very large sizes.

  20. Rodinia by Sylvestre Studios 20.00 USD
    Rodinia displays my love of the carnival and the Slavic culture.

  21. Agedage Cancelleresca by Dharma Type 14.99 USD
    Cancelleresca corsiva is the script developed in Vatican in 16th century, Agedage Cancelleresca is corsiva with decorative capitals.

  22. Heretic by Device 39.00 USD
    Heretic surrounds itself with an atmosphere of evil, carnival freakshow and no-nonsense thuggery.

  23. CircusKS by Baseline Fonts 24.00 USD
    CircusKS is a new, original typeface based on carnival and circus posters from the late 1800s.

  24. Viareggio by Hanoded 15.00 USD
    Viareggio is a city in Northern Tuscany, Italy. Viareggio is famous for its carnival and its mascot, the clown Burlamacco (designed by Uberto Bonetti in 1930). Viareggio font was based on the hand lettering found on a 1931 poster, advertising the carnival. Viareggio font comes with extensive language support.

  25. Rodeo Clown by FontMesa 20.00 USD
    Rodeo Clown is a revival of an old classic font that you may have known under the name of Carnival.

  26. Cattle Drive JNL by Jeff Levine 29.00 USD
    Cattle Drive JNL is based on some examples of a classic condensed wood type. Lettering of this period lends itself well to themes of Western life, carnivals, circuses or classic broadside posters.

  27. Sign Display Casual JNL by Jeff Levine 29.00 USD
    A vintage hand lettered sign for a carnival game was the basis for Sign Display Casual JNL, a classic example of the "one stroke" casual text lettering that sets sign painters apart from sign manufacturers.

  28. Parks Department JNL by Jeff Levine 29.00 USD
    A WPA (Works Progress Administration) sponsored Water Carnival taking place in Central Park in the 1930s had "Department of Parks, City of New York" in the thin Art Deco hand lettering which is now available as Parks Department JNL.

  29. Hustlers by Decade Typefoundry 15.00 USD
    Hustlers™ was inspired by carnival, circus and tattoo signs shop from the late 1800's.It works well with normal size text, but works even better for large displays, short words, or just to incorporate a few or single characters in a design.

  30. Cowboy Burt by Cool Fonts 25.00 USD
    Cowboy Burt was once a cowboy, but now he's a carnie at who runs the tilt-a -whirl.

  31. Salsbury by Typodermic 9.95 USD
    Salsbury is an abstraction/parody of Dom Casual and Flash, using the best elements of both. Rather than mimicking actual brush strokes, Salsbury resembles a hand-cut screen print, giving Salsbury an authentic carnival feel. Salsbury was designed for clear viewing on television making it an ideal choice for videogames or DVD menus.

  32. Shandy BF by Bomparte's Fonts 40.00 USD
    Shandy is a cheerful, free-spirited font that dances jauntily along an undulating baseline. Like Gene Kelly merrily cavorting through that rain-soaked street, in the famous dance scene from Singin’ in the Rain. Curiously, it’s got the liveliness of a bouncy brush script, with some elements of a robust Copperplate-style script, that appear to have been defined by a funhouse carnival mirror.

  33. KG Chasing Pavements by Kimberly Geswein 5.00 USD
    This handwriting font uses the texture of canvas or linen showing through the lettering. The texture lends itself well to chalk or crayon, although with a close enough look you can see the true texture of fabric.

  34. Taroca by Jess Latham 28.00 USD
    Taroca pronounced (Tah-Row-Kuh) is a word derived from the Italian word for Tarot.The Taroca font invokes the spirit of the travelling carnivals from the early 1900's. There are swash versions of: R, R small cap, Q, Q small cap, K and K small cap. Check the alternate keys file for more info or if you're using the OT version simply select swash. Taroca Extras is loaded with icons, word banners and flourishes. When using the OT version simply select Ornaments.

  35. Estravaganza by Scholtz Fonts 19.95 USD
    Estravaganza is an elegant, finely crafted script, with an uneven, drizzled paint line. It has the delicacy of gossamer while boasting the extravagance of bold swashes and loops. Think "ballet-like femininity offset by the distressed paint drizzle of a jackson Pollock canvas."

  36. Carnac by Hoftype 49.00 USD
    Carnac, a minimalistic monoline face follows the same linear structure as its earlier released, rounded counterpart Carnas. Carnac, however, appears crisp and fresh because of its squared edges and angular contours. It is a clean, contemporary face with a wide range of styles from Thin to Black. Designed to be ideal for shorter and longer text applications and also for headlines and signage.

  37. Diorite by Three Islands Press 24.00 USD
    Diorite is modern face built on classical letterforms -- but left with a bit of residual roughness. Some might call Diorite forthright, others brutal. (It reminded the designer of the dark, hard igneous rock of the same name, treasured by the ancient Egyptians for statuary.) The typeface has a relatively chunky, four-style family; the italics are true cancellaresca corsiva, also writ heavy. "The cancellaresca is of course a Gothic design," notes the designer. "Just use a broader pen, and you'll see!" Has four styles: regular, bold, cursive, and cursive bold.

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