1017 search results (0.04 seconds)
  1. Diamond by Monotype 35.00 USD
    Diamond was designed by Monotype Studio and published by Monotype. Diamond contains 6 styles and family package options.

  2. Diamond by Volcano Type 19.00 USD
    Angular diamond shapes.

  3. Diamonds by HVD Fonts 25.00 USD
    The Diamonds type family was designed by Hannes von Döhren in 2012. It is an experimental search for geometric new letterforms, which are still easy to read and generate some unexpected attention. Hannes wanted to create a straight and clear typeface but pull away from the path of classic and well learned letter shapes.

  4. Plato by Wilton Foundry 29.00 USD
    Plato was published by Wilton Foundry. Plato contains 1 style.

  5. Slate by Monotype 65.00 USD
    A typeface of grace, power and exceptional versatility, the Slate collection is a truly beautiful design that achieves stellar levels of readability, both in print and on screen.

  6. Hot Plate by Linotype 35.00 USD
    Hot Plate was designed by Timo Brauchle and published by Linotype. Hot Plate contains 11 styles and family package options.

  7. Fashion Plate by ParaType 25.00 USD
    A set of model sketches was designed by Arevik Shmavonyan in 2007 for ParaType.

  8. Plate Gothic by Monotype 35.00 USD
    Plate Gothic was published by Monotype. Plate Gothic contains 15 styles and family package options.

  9. Plates Napery by Mans Greback 59.00 USD
    Thin and elegant typeface design, with several alternate glyphs.

  10. Diamond Monogram by Gerald Gallo 20.00 USD
    Diamond Monogram was designed by Gerald Gallo and published by Gerald Gallo. Diamond Monogram contains 2 styles and family package options.

  11. Hopeless Diamond by Barnbrook Fonts 50.00 USD
    Hopeless Diamond is a contemporary display typeface inspired by the sculptural muscle of 19th century carved lettering and the radical forms of the B-2 Spirit stealth bomber and the F-117 Nighthawk stealth strike aircraft. The typeface itself contains three different styles, each with an italic and an alternate character set that can be used to generate a number of interesting permutations.

  12. Diamond Ring by Dharma Type 24.99 USD
    Diamond Ring is an Art Deco font inspired by Japanese designs for cosmetic packaging and posters used from the end of the 19th century to the early 20th.

  13. Diamond Crystal by Almazova Dolzhenko 12.00 USD
    Diamond Crystal is made in modern calligraphy style and will look great for branding, fashion and wedding design.Diamond Crystal is a hand-drawn script font, it contains a full set of uppercase and lowercase letters, terminal letters and big set of ligatures helping to imitate handwriting.Multilingual support is included.Features:Uppercase & LowercaseNumerals & PunctuationLigaturesTerminal lettersMultilingual supportI hope you love it and if you have any question, feel free to contact me. Thanks.Lena (instagram @almaz_dolzhe)

  14. Diamond Pride by Illushvara 15.00 USD
    Diamond Pride is a sweet and beautiful script font. It features an elegant style that makes it perfect for logos, branding, invitations, stationery, wedding designs, social media posts, and much more.

  15. Black Diamond by Set Sail Studios 16.00 USD
    Black Diamond isn't your average brush font, it’s raw, edgy & bursting with attitude! Hand-painted with extra attention to quick-strokes and dry textures, Black Diamond is guaranteed to deliver a loud, proud & unashamed message - ideal for logos, handwritten quotes, product packaging, merchandise, advertising, social media & branding projects.

  16. Diamond Midnight by Balpirick 12.00 USD
    Proudly Present, Diamond Midnight Font.Diamond Midnight is a Modern Display Script Font.Diamond Midnight is perfect for product packaging, branding project, magazine, social media, wedding, or just used to express words above the background. Diamond Midnight is also multilingual support.Enjoy the font, feel free to comment or feedback, send me PM or email.Thank you!

  17. Diamond Braille by Echopraxium 5.00 USD
    Here is a "Decorative Braille font". The initial design was indeed drawn on a K.I.S.S digital sketchpad, the Windows default drawing tool (Microsoft Paint, classic version).A. Glyph ConceptThe Braille 2x3 dot matrix is weaved around a diamond-shape.  a.1. Each "dot" is represented by a "right-angle isocel triangle".a.2. Braille dots in Diamond Braille  a.2.I. "Dots" are outside the diamond for first Braille row (Braille dots 1, 4) and third Braille row (Braille dots 3, 6). a.2.II. "Dots" are inside the diamond for second Braillle row (Braille dots 2, 5). a.3. Diamond latticeGlyphs are connected horizontally (to/bottom diamond's corners) and vertically (left/right corners) to each other (see poster 5).a.4. Special Glyphs- Space: its is either empty ("Empty cell") or a "non Braille shape" { _, ° } depending on your display needs (as explained in b.3.II)- 6 dots:     { £, =, û }- 6 empty dots: { ç, ¥ }B. Font user guideb.1. Lowercase glyphs { A..Z }In these glyphs the "dots" are represented as a white right-angle isocel triangle filled with a smaller black triangle.b.2. Uppercase glyphs { a..z }In these glyphs, the "dots" are represented as an empty triangle (this is an "empty dot").b.3. 'Space' vs 'Empty Cell' b.3.I. 'Space' - 'Space' glyph is an empty shape  - '¶' glyph (at the end of each line in Microsoft Word) is also an empty shape  b.3.II. 'Empty cell' glyphs: _ (underscore), ° (degree). In these glyphs there are 2 "empty dots" at top and bottom corners      of the diamond, which differentiates them from regular Braille glyphs (which dont have a "dot in the middle"). b.4. Diamond LatticeTo display text as a 'diamond lattice', replace each 'Space' by an 'Empty cell' (as explained in b.3.II, see poster 5)b.5. ConnectorsThe connector glyphs allow the creation of "circuit like" designs (see poster 1). Here are the connector glyphs: { µ, à, â, ä, ã, è, é, ê, ë, î, ï }b.6. Domino featureSome Glyphs represent numbers 1..6 in a way which is similar than on dominos (see poster 6)C. PostersPoster 1: the "Font Logo", it displays "Diamond Braille" text together with the Connectors feature.Poster 2: a pangram which is published on pangra.me ( "Adept quick jog over frozen blue whisky mix" ).Poster 3: an illustration of the Domino feature.Poster 4: a DiamondBraille version of the Periodic table.Poster 5: illustration of the Diamond lattice using only 6 dots ( û ) and 6 empty dots ( ç ) glyphs.

  18. Stove Plate JNL by Jeff Levine 29.00 USD
    An old printer's advertising cut for Red Star Oil Stoves yielded a typeface that was both vintage and somewhat techno at the same time.

  19. Oven Plate JNL by Jeff Levine 29.00 USD
    Oven Plate JNL solidifies the outline lettering of Stove Plate JNL; based on the logo for Red Star Oil Stoves and found on an old letterpress cut.

  20. Stencil Plate JNL by Jeff Levine 29.00 USD
    A brass stencil hand cut to mark the tops of oil drums yielded the lettering for Stencil Plate JNL. The font emulates the retro feel of the unique letter forms found in the original antique design.

  21. Dromon by Scriptorium 12.00 USD
    Dromon was designed by David Nalle and published by Scriptorium. Dromon contains 1 style.

  22. Dymond by Indian Summer Studio 35.00 USD
    A unique, special historical font. Add the feeling of the '60s to you designs with Dymond.

  23. Egyptian Slate by Monotype 65.00 USD
    Egyptian Slate was designed by Rod McDonald and published by Monotype. Egyptian Slate contains 24 styles and family package options.

  24. Late Frost by Gleb Guralnyk 13.00 USD
    This calligraphic script font is called Late Frost. It's an elegant decorative font with lots of ligatures and multilingual support.

  25. Designer's page on Abstract Fonts.
  26. Desmond Text by MADType 24.00 USD
    Desmond Text is a highly readable and quirky serif face with a tall x-height and glyphic serifs.

  27. Diamond Jim JNL by Jeff Levine 29.00 USD
    Diamond Jim JNL was inspired [in part] by an image of a 1970s Letraset® dry transfer typeface made entirely of small stars.

  28. LHF Monogram Diamond by Letterhead Fonts 46.00 USD
    Set includes 4 fonts that work together to create quick and professional monogram designs. Inspired by early 1900's artist J.M. Bergling.

  29. Diamond Callouts JNL by Jeff Levine 29.00 USD
    Diamond Callouts JNL is a set of two fonts featuring diamond (triangle) shaped callouts.

  30. H74 Black Diamond by Hydro74 9.99 USD
    H74 Black Diamond was designed by Joshua Smith and published by Hydro74. H74 Black Diamond contains 1 style.

Looking for more fonts? Check out our New, Sans, Script, Handwriting fonts or Categories
abstract fontscontact usprivacy policyweb font generator