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  1. Arrus BT by Bitstream, 29.00 USD
    Arrus was designed at Bitstream by Richard Lipton and first released in 1991. Arrus is based on Lipton’s own hand-lettered calligraphic alphabets that draw their influence from classic inscriptional forms. Arrus has small cap and extension typographer sets available as well.
  2. Stuyvesant BT by Bitstream, 29.00 USD
    Based on an engravers’ pattern plate, this outline form deriving from an English roundhand was fitted to linecasting matrices by Intertype about 1940.
  3. Charter BT by Bitstream, 29.00 USD
    Bitstream Charter was designed in the mid-1980s by Matthew Carter. The typeface was designed with the limitations of low- and middle-resolution output devices in mind; hence the squared off serifs and lack of excessive diagonals and curves. The design, however, became an instant success on its own merits. It is an excellent everyday typeface for a wide variety of uses including books and technical manuals. Charter offers small cap, extension and alternate typographer sets that help to make it more versatile and functional.
  4. Chianti BT by Bitstream, 29.00 USD
    Chianti was designed at Bitstream by senior designer Dennis Pasternak in 1991 and initially released in 1995. The intent behind the design was to provide a humanist sanserif of high readability at a wide range of sizes and weights.
  5. Roundhand BT by Bitstream, 29.00 USD
    Roundhand BT was designed by Matthew Carter and published by Bitstream. Roundhand BT contains 3 styles and family package options.
  6. Maritime BT by Bitstream, 29.00 USD
    Maritime BT was published by Bitstream. Maritime BT contains 2 styles and family package options.
  7. Amerigo BT by Bitstream, 29.00 USD
    An original Bitstream typeface prepared by Gerard Unger to provide a typeface of tapered stroke that will work well at lower resolutions.
  8. Cooper BT by Bitstream, 29.00 USD
    Cooper Black, commissioned by Barnhart Brothers & Spindler, is the best known of Oswald Cooper’s typefaces. Bitstream has expanded the 1921 original into a complete series of round-edged text faces.
  9. Drawboard BT by Bitstream, 49.00 USD
    Drawn by Italian graphic designer Nicola Serradimigni, Drawboard is a fun, freeform display typeface.
  10. Covent BT by Bitstream, 29.00 USD
    Designed by Jochen Hasinger of Frankfurt, Germany, Covent BT is an unconventional geometric sans serif typeface, featuring rounded terminal ends and a stencil-like break of the contour in some glyphs.
  11. Homeland BT by Bitstream, 49.00 USD
    Lettering designer Ray Cruz, creator of Bitstream’s VeraCruz, Fat Albert and Cruz Cantera, and many other typefaces, introduces Homeland BT, a finely drawn family of six weights, including two italics.
  12. Tabita BT by Bitstream, 49.00 USD
    The creation of designer Boris Mahovac, Tabita is a fun, freeform display typeface. The whimsical swirls and marks within the characters impart a childlike playfulness.
  13. Ryan BT by Bitstream, 49.00 USD
    Ryan BT was designed by Holly Goldsmith and published by Bitstream. Ryan BT contains 1 style.
  14. Maximus BT by Bitstream, 29.00 USD
    Maximus BT was designed by Lou Scolnik and published by Bitstream. Maximus BT contains 1 style.
  15. Hank BT by Bitstream, 49.00 USD
    Hank BT was designed by Holly Goldsmith and published by Bitstream. Hank BT contains 2 styles and family package options.
  16. Eroxion BT by Bitstream, 49.00 USD
    Eroxion was designed by Eduardo Manso in 1997. It is a good example of degenerative typographic design, borrowing from techniques first explored in the early 1990s by the designers at Letterror.
  17. Melanie BT by Bitstream, 49.00 USD
    Melanie BT was designed by Holly Goldsmith and published by Bitstream. Melanie BT contains 1 style.
  18. Missy BT by Bitstream, 49.00 USD
    Missy BT was designed by Holly Goldsmith and published by Bitstream. Missy BT contains 1 style.
  19. Aphasia BT by Bitstream, 49.00 USD
    A meeting of Byzantine and Art Deco forms, Aphasia began as a series of handwritten captions to accompany drawings in the early 1990s. The drawings were abandoned to allow the lettering to become the real composition. Playfully set in blocks of verse with each line shaped through free-association, the only visual rule was that all the lines of capitals be of equal length. The challenge of the game required extensive abbreviations, ligatures, small caps, and superiors. With the advent of Letraset’s FontStudio program, the project moved into the typographic realm.
  20. Liorah BT by Bitstream, 49.00 USD
    Liorah BT was designed by Holly Goldsmith and published by Bitstream. Liorah BT contains 1 style.
  21. Tannarin BT by Bitstream, 49.00 USD
    Futuristic and spacey, Tannarin is a modular, cap-only typeface. Many letters are constructed of repeated components with the added twist of the round characters being shorter than the square characters.
  22. Stingwire BT by Bitstream, 49.00 USD
    Bonislawsky pulls off a beauty in these letterforms rendered with barbed wire. In our view, it couldn't have been done better. Now you can contain the animal in you with style.
  23. EuroMachina BT by Bitstream, 49.00 USD
    The boss of extended typefaces, Brian Bonislawsky, has belted out this ultra wide design, EuroMachina, that looks like an odd meld of OCR-A, Microgramma and Bank Gothic. And if that wasn't enough, Brian then felt the need to distort it in various ways, creating Broken, Eroded and OverGreased. A little something for everyone.
  24. Modakshar BT by Bitstream, 49.00 USD
    Modakshar was inspired by traditional Indic handwriting scripts which ‘hang’ from a common upper horizontal bar. Adapting this motif to Latin letterforms was challenging.
  25. Cooper BT by ParaType, 30.00 USD
    Bitstream Cooper was designed at Bitstream in 1986 by means of adding light, medium, and bold styles, with the corresponding italics, to the existing black ones.
  26. Roundhand BT by ParaType, 30.00 USD
    Roundhand was created by Matthew Carter in 1966 on the basis of handwriting by Charles Snell, an English calligrapher of XVII-XVIII known in particular by his "The Pen-man's Treasury Open'd" written in 1694. The typeface has continuous cursive shapes with oval aspect, high contrast emphasized by abrupt transitions from thin to thick and regularity of slope. Its capitals are often used as initials in combinations with other typefaces. The current digital version of the typeface has 3 styles of different weights. Roundhand is clear and easy to read and is well-suited for medium size texts and headlines. It will work well in invitations, menus, packaging, and advertising accentuating elegance and the subtle nature of the content. The Cyrillic version was developed by Vladimir Yefimov and Isabella Chaeva. Released by ParaType in 2013.
  27. Indoo BT by Bitstream, 49.00 USD
    Indoo is a modular geometric design that owes much to the typeface designs of Theo van Doesburg (1883-1931) and the De Stijl principles of abstraction, simplicity, clarity and harmony. That inspiration, combined with the lettering of signage often found in the Indian quarter of Paris, led to the connecting block letter motif of Indoo. The text fonts are joined by a common horizontal stroke positioned at the baseline. There is an accompanying Ornament font for building borders that includes various stylized fleurons and the like. Each font has a drop shadow companion that allows you to build three-dimensional and multi-colored lettering.
  28. Orchestra BT by Bitstream, 49.00 USD
    Created by Italian graphic designer and illustrator Lorenzo Lalatta, Orchestra brings a whimsical yet elegant spin to Latin typography.
  29. Kooky BT by Bitstream, 55.00 USD
    Allen Zuk has designed this wacky typeface that he calls KOOKY. Each character has three variants that bounce about the baseline. The effect is a randomly casual appearance that is great for headlines. The OpenType version does this automatically by using contextual alternates in applications that recognize this option.
  30. Cavalero BT by Bitstream, 49.00 USD
    A handsome, square sanserif, the ultra extended Cavalero is strictly a display design. The typeface was inspired by the Chevy Cavalier logotype.
  31. Richfont BT by Bitstream, 49.00 USD
    Based on Mr. Hubbard's own hand printing, Richfont Medium is an extremely casual design. Actually light in weight, it renders best at 14 point and above. Richfont Light and Bold are available from the designer.
  32. Sketchley BT by Bitstream, 47.00 USD
    Ronna Penner's Sketchley is a 2001 winner of ATypI's bukva:raz! design competition, held recently in Moscow. Inspired by handwriting samples and unable to find a typeface to satisfy her needs, Ms. Penner decided to create her own. The result is this warm, casual script. The compliment of characters demanded the creation of two fonts. Sketchley is considered the base font and should be used for basic layouts. Sketchley Swash has numerous initial, medial and final swash characters that, when used thoughtfully with Sketchley, can recreate the look of hand drawn calligraphy.
  33. Cataneo BT by Bitstream, 29.00 USD
    Cataneo was designed at Bitstream by Richard Lipton and Jacqueline Sakwa and was initially released in 1993. Cataneo is an elegant chancery cursive typeface, inspired by the work of Bernardino Cataneo, a 16th-century Italian writing master. Cataneo offers as companions, typographer sets of swash characters and extensions to round out the family of three weights.
  34. 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.
  35. Kelt Caps Freehand - Personal use only
  36. Eckhardt Freehand JNL by Jeff Levine, 29.00 USD
    Eckhardt Freehand JNL is the fourth font based on the lettering of sign painters and show card writers. Jeff Levine has chosen to name this “mini series” of fonts in honor of his friend Albert Eckhardt, Jr., a talented sign man who ran Allied Signs [in Miami, Florida] from 1959 until his passing in 2005.
  37. Transitional 511 by Bitstream, 29.00 USD
    Transitional 511 was designed by William Dwiggins and published by Bitstream. Transitional 511 contains 4 styles and family package options.
  38. Transitional 551 by Tilde, 64.75 USD
    Transitional 551 was published by Tilde. Transitional 551 contains 2 styles and family package options.
  39. Transitional 521 by Tilde, 79.75 USD
    Transitional 521 was published by Tilde. Transitional 521 contains 3 styles and family package options.
  40. Humanist 531 by Tilde, 39.75 USD
    Humanist 531 was published by Tilde. Humanist 531 contains 4 styles and family package options.
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