Prince Frog started out as an attempt to 'pimp' Rabbit On The Moon font. It quickly evolved into an entirely different typeface with just a hint of 'Rabbit' in it. Prince Frog is a very happy, very legible font and would be ideal for children's book covers, posters and packaging. It comes with enough diacritics to keep even the most spoiled princess happy.
Hand forged with strength & precision – Forged is a bold, powerful typeface that stands strong. Handcrafted as if by a blacksmith, this typeface has its quirks and imperfections like any metalwork which gives it a unique character. The family consists of regular, outline, bevel and fill versions. All weights are versatile and can be used for packaging, logotype, copy and headings.
Kondes is our "101 Dalmatians" – it's 101th release in our catalog! And it is the 1st one that belongs to variable typefaces. Kondes (which is made up word as mixture of "condensed" and "kondezovan" on Serbian) is simple, compact, straight-in-your-face sans serif family with 9 weights and 9 Italics. It was designed with purpose to serve and to be use in any project, from editorial to website. For example, Black weight could be used effectively as poster type, in big sizes while Regular fits perfectly as main webfont. Stem joining is done with generous ink trap that divides and opens letter contours, so letter breaths in smaller sizes. Contains extended Latin character set. Enjoy!
Pona is a classic serif typeface family. It is an interpretation of some of the most well-known serif fonts, including Times, Georgia, Goudy, and Garamond. It offers delicate letterforms with a large x-height and moderate contrast that is also useful in small sizes and low-res prints.
Sond is a casual, modern and hand brushed font. I've designed Sond carefully with the intention to preserve in its glyphs the original tell-tale dry brush imperfections and a bouncy baseline for a more personalized effect even more authentic.
Simple Ronde is conceived for young pupils. This upright script is based on the french use at primary schools. A large set of ligatures make the links between characters more natural, especially with o, b, v and w.
The Pona family of lush curves is completed with the Display version in which letters shine with splendor. Pona Display is an elegant typeface with stunning bodies of remarkable contrast and sophisticated forms.
Trick Pony is a typeface bastard that steals its characteristics from sans serif fonts and combines these with an ink brush appearance. The design is strictly reduced on the one hand, but on the other gets its handmade touch through varying stroke sizes.
Ronde Script (Ronde meaning "A kind of script in which the heavy strokes are nearly upright, giving the characters when taken together a round look.") is based on the original design named Parisian Ronde released in 1878 by the Chappelle Foundry in Paris.