Hate is a display design for Halloween and horror movie posters. While it isn’t an everyday typeface, Hate was developed with the same degree of consideration we’d put into a superfamily. Far from being just a simple font, Hate’s character set contains 510 glyphs. Each letter has three variants available. Combined with the font’s OpenType features, this means that, if you type the same letter three times (e.g., ‘RRR’), you’ll see three different instances. There’s more to Hate than the spooky-looking hairs or roots sprouting out from each glyph. The letters are top-heavy, and this plays out both in terms of weight and width. Hate is somewhat condensed, with narrow counters, a rough drawing style, and sharp thin stroke endings. Letters don’t share exact baselines, x-heights, cap-heights, or ascender and descender settings, and character proportion is a bit caricatural, too.
Cats is a whimsical font made up of two different sets of cat alphabets in upper and lower cases. Happy cats are pictured in a variety of poses forming the letters they represent. If you love cats, you will not want to miss having the Cats font in your collection. Includes full set of accented characters.
Architype Crouwel is a collection of typefaces created in collaboration with Wim Crouwel, following his agreement with The Foundry, to recreate his experimental alphabets as digital fonts. Crouwel's most recognized work was for the Van Abbe and Stedelijk museums (1954 –72) where he established his reputation for radical, grid-based design.
Hello, let me introduce my font called de Floras - 5 Fonts Family.de Floras is a lovely and beautiful script typeface that designs manually by hand and love. de Floras comes with 5 weight, light, regular, semi bold, bold and extra bold. de Floras comes with a beautiful start and end swash that made who look for the first time is falling in love. Very suitable for designing wedding cards, birthday cards, invitation, greeting, and many more.
In their circa 1900 specimen catalog, Barnhard Brothers and Spindler called this typeface "Samoa", suggesting exotic locales. On the other hand, it also suggests some serious fun, and is named in honor of British artist Dudley Hardy, whose posters used a very similar typeface extensively.