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  1. Neue Helvetica by Linotype 35.00 USD
    This typeface, designed by Max Miedinger and other project members at the Haas’sche Schriftgiesserei, has become one of the most famous and popular typefaces in the world, thanks to the marketing strategy of Stempel and Linotype. It forms an integral part of many printers and operating systems. The original letterforms of Helvetica had to be modified for the Linotype system. Over the years, Helvetica was expanded to include many different weights, but these were not coordinated with each other.

  2. Helvetica by Linotype 35.00 USD
    This typeface was initially released as Neue Haas Grotesk, and was designed in 1957 by Max Miedinger for the Haas’sche Schriftgiesserei (Haas Type Foundry) in Switzerland.

  3. Neue Helvetica Arabic by Linotype 149.00 USD
    Neue Helvetica Arabic was designed by Nadine Chahine and published by Linotype. Neue Helvetica Arabic contains 3 styles and family package options.

  4. Neue Helvetica World by Linotype 149.00 USD
    Corporate design and branding across global markets requires a universal typographic identity. The timeless, world-famous classic Neue Helvetica® typeface is now available as World fonts in the six most important styles. With support for a total of 181 languages, Monotype’s Neue Helvetica® World typeface family is suitable to meet the typographic and linguistic demands of large international brands, corporations, publishing houses, and software and hardware developers.

  5. Neue Helvetica Thai by Linotype 149.00 USD
    Neue Helvetica Thai was published by Linotype. Neue Helvetica Thai contains 6 styles and family package options.

  6. Neue Helvetica Georgian by Linotype 65.00 USD
    Neue Helvetica Georgian was published by Linotype. Neue Helvetica Georgian contains 8 styles and family package options.

  7. Helvetica World by Linotype 149.00 USD
    Helvetica is one of the most famous and popular typefaces in the world. It lends an air of lucid efficiency to any typographic message with its clean, no-nonsense shapes. The original typeface was called Neue Haas Grotesk, and was designed in 1957 by Max Miedinger for the Haas’sche Schriftgiesserei (Haas Type Foundry) in Switzerland. In 1960 the name was changed to Helvetica (an adaptation of Helvetia, the Latin name for Switzerland).

  8. Helvetica Monospaced by Linotype 89.00 USD
    Helvetica Monospaced was designed by Max Miedinger and published by Linotype. Helvetica Monospaced contains 4 styles and family package options.

  9. Helvetica Thai by Linotype 149.00 USD
    Helvetica Thai was published by Linotype. Helvetica Thai contains 6 styles and family package options.

  10. Helvetica Now by Monotype 35.00 USD
    Every single glyph of Helvetica has been redrawn and redesigned for this expansive new edition – which preserves the typeface's Swiss mantra of clarity, simplicity and neutrality, while updating it for the demands of contemporary design and branding.

  11. Neue Helvetica eText Pro by Linotype 65.00 USD
    A clear and enjoyable reading experience hinges on the legibility of text copy, especially when reading on screen. This is why Monotype has developed the eText collection of fonts specifically tailored for the text-heavy display environments of e-readers, tablets, mobile devices, and the Web.

  12. Helvetian Times by Elemeno 25.00 USD
    Helvetian Times is an unusual typeface. It clearly thinks it's a standard text font, but the offbeat letter shapes and inconsistent serifs combine to form something that defies conventional categorization.

  13. PF Hellenica Pro by Parachute 69.00 USD
    The Golden Age of the Greek Civilization. The world’s history carved on stone. Hellenica Pro was created based on numerous photos from archaeological sites and several other historical references dating back to 1100 B.C.

  14. Neue Vektor by Neue 30.00 USD
    Want to test the fonts before you buy? Request fully functioning trial fonts here: hi@neuefoundry.comneue Vektor is subject to the idea of »one destination, two routes«: satisfying one particular design demand with identical characteristics such as character set, number of styles, OpenType functionalities and metrics, but doing it so in two stylistically different ways. The later has a double life — the idea of the two variants is not only a stylistic exercise but is most and foremost an array of tools to address multifaceted typographic settings. These settings can be of aesthetic, hierarchal or optical nature.  The domain of physical and digital interfaces profoundly submits to the troika of aesthetics, hierarchy and optics. Equipped with 1000+ characters per style and jam-packed with OpenType features neue Vektor was specifically designed with complex environments in mind. Environments such as wayfinding, signage, software user interfaces, digital instrument clusters, etc.neue Vektor comes in two flavours. neue Vektor A is an almost monolinear no-frills Neo-grotesque design that captivates with its graphical qualities: closed counters, horizontal stroke endings, symmetrical arcs and organically connected joints that establish the vibrant figure-ground relationship we expect from such a design. neue Vektor B is the unobtrusive sister of neue Vektor A. An utilitarian all-rounder with open counters, vertical stroke endings and mechanical joints — all for the sake of clarity and legibility. Flat horizontal curvature and vertical stress make it in particular a good fit for the Cartesian nature of a screen.The complete neue Vektor family comes in two variants seven weights each and 28 fonts in total to pick from. Each font file includes no less than 17 Stylistic Sets giving access to alternative letter shapes (I, a, j, l, t, y, &) and a multitude of arrows (circled, boxed, triangular in positive and negative).Visit www.neuefoundry.com for more

  15. Neue Frutiger by Linotype 89.00 USD
    The original Frutiger typeface was designed in the early 1970s by Adrian Frutiger and his studio for the way finding system of the Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris. Soon after the airport was opened, a huge demand for the typeface arose from companies wanting to employ it in other signage systems, as well as in printed matter. The Frutiger typeface came out as part of the Linotype library in 1977. Epitomizing functionality and clarity both in signage and as a bread-and-butter typeface in print, Frutiger became a modern classic.Neue Frutiger® is the 2009 version of the Frutiger typeface family. It was revised and improved by Akira Kobayashi in close collaboration with Adrian Frutiger.While Frutiger Next, the 1999 revision, introduced a new concept (including a larger x-height, a more pronounced ascender height, narrower letter-spacing and, most notably, an italic with calligraphic traits), Neue Frutiger returns to the original 1977 design. The result is a well-balanced range of 10 finely-graded weights. Despite the various changes, the ‘New Frutiger’ still fits perfectly with Frutiger and serves to harmoniously enhance the styles already in existence.Neue Frutiger Variable are font files which are featuring two axis and have a preset instance from UltraLight to ExtraBlack and Condensed to Extended.

  16. Neue Swift by Linotype 89.00 USD
    Neue Swift was designed by Gerard Unger and published by Linotype. Neue Swift contains 12 styles and family package options.

  17. Neues Bauen by Hanoded 10.00 USD
    Neues Bauen is a Bauhaus inspired font with some interesting glyphs. It is slightly rounded in places, but sharp in others and it will most certainly make your designs stand out. Neues Bauen in other words, like the style that emerged in pre-war Germany, is a statement.

  18. Vow Neue by Thinkdust 10.00 USD
    As glamorous as its name would suggest, Vow Neue is the new fashion model on the typeface scene. Vow Neue loves excess without losing style, containing itself in strict forms that belie a boundless desire. Sharp edges lead into enticing curves in all the right places, making this a font that draws the eye and keeps up interest.

  19. Glyphic Neue by Typeco 29.00 USD
    Glyphic Neue was inspired by the Op Art style of lettering in the United States that ran rampant in many photo type houses in the 1960's and 1970's. The Glyphic Series from the Franklin Photolettering group was an influence and spring board for this family of fonts, hence it's name.

  20. Neue Aachen by ITC 35.00 USD
    Impressed by the quality of the Aachen typeface that was originally designed for Letraset in 1969 and extended to include Aachen Medium in 1977, Jim Wasco of Monotype Imaging has extended this robust display design to create an entire family.

  21. Cervo Neue by Typoforge Studio 29.00 USD
    Cervo Neue is the new perfected and extended version of Cervo, containing 18 variants. It differs from the previous version with the higher accents over glyphs, enlarged punctuation, old-style numerals and the newly added varieties Semi Bold, Bold, Extra Bold and Black. Additionally, there is the variety of grotesque. Font Cervo is inspired by a “You And Me Monthly” published by National Magazines Publisher RSW „Prasa” that appeared from Mai 1960 till December 1973 in Poland.

  22. Kapra Neue by Typoforge Studio 29.00 USD
    Kapra Neue was the #1 bestselling Grotesque Sans released in 2017 on MyFonts. Kapra Neue is a younger brother of Kapra. This new family has refreshed proportions, rounded corners, and a new shape of glyphs. It is characterised by a wide range of instances – 24 new weights, from Thin Condensed to Black Expanded, allowing use of the family in complex ways, depending on the user’s needs. Every instance comes with its italic version. The font has a glyph set for latin script and old-style figures. Kapra Neue is inspired by a “You And Me Monthly” magazine, published by National Magazines Publisher RSW "Prasa” in Poland, from May 1960 till December 1973.

  23. Geometos Neue by Graphite 17.00 USD
    Geometos Neue is a geometric sans-serif typeface which comes in seven weights. An all caps display font family, Geometos Neue has a clean, sharp and emphatic form especially suitable for headlines, headings, branding, posters, packaging, titles and logos. There is a soft edged version of Geometos Neue as well, called Geometos Soft.

  24. Andes Neue by Latinotype 29.00 USD
    Unlike its predecessor, Andes Neue contains a larger character set of 759 glyphs which support 219 Latin-based languages from 212 countries.

  25. Neue Stanley by Fontdation 18.00 USD
    Neue Stanley, all-caps vintage serif with strong, clean and sharp figures. Inspired by the classic letters that were used in the old advertisements (posters, labels, packagings, etc) Mouse-crafted with high attention to the details, satisfaction guaranteed! Whether you're working on modern or classic themed designs, this font is a must have on your designing arsenal.

  26. Neue Plak by Monotype 49.00 USD
    Originally designed in 1928, Plak is something of a lost gem in the type world. Despite being drawn by Futura creator Paul Renner, it never achieved the same popularity and spent decades lacking a much-needed digital revival. Monotype designers Linda Hintz and Toshi Omagari have taken its existing three weights and, after extensive research into the original wood type, extended them into the vast Neue Plak family.

  27. Neue Radial by Neue 30.00 USD
    Want to test the fonts before you buy? Request fully functioning trial fonts here: hi@neuefoundry.comneue Radial is not what it seems at first sight. Most certainly it is not another geometric grotesque, but an impeccable visual system that unites four of the most popular sans serif genres of recent decades, integrated in this superfamily under the suffixes A, B, C and D.neue Radial A follows the idea of New Functionalism that cultivates the model of the original London underground typeface in some details, while neue Radial B exemplifies the roots of a rational grotesque of the late twentieth century, a continuous success-story. neue Radial C is a contemporary representative of the geometric sans, mechanically constructed to optically appeal to the appearance of a true ‘compass and ruler’ typeface. Avant-Garde-esque elements ensure a smooth transition into neue Radial D that reflects the tradition of neo-grotesques. The capital letters in all four families, almost square in appearance, follow an ancient model first demonstrated in the Roman capitalis. With only little metamorphosis from one family to the next, the capitals constitute the backbone of neue Radial, although a common denominator also lies in the overall structure of several prominent lowercase characters such as a, b, d, h, i, n, u. At the same time, details in stroke endings, strokes that enclose counter forms and transitions from bows into stems are carefully adjusted in detail to match the respective genre. The system successfully merges the three traditional stroke endings, i.e. vertical, diagonal, horizontal, and joins organic with mechanical stem structures. As a result, each family member speaks its own dialect, while all four stylistically share the same language. In other words, the range of weights, number of glyphs and font metrics are identical in all four families that each offer their own style and expression.Let’s be clear, neue Radial is a highly consistent design machine. Each family comes in no less than 18 weights ranging from thin to black, decorated with regular and book weights, if necessary. No need to mention different sets of figures, but essential to point out squared and circled digits as well as several styles of arrows allowing for extensive use in identities, information design and orientation systems. 

  28. Basel Neue by isaco 30.00 USD
    Basel Neue is the complete redesign of BaselSans ITD font, the first typeface of Isaco Type foundry, launched in 2009. As with the predecessor version, Basel Neue is a legible and discrete typeface, a sans serif with thickness variation and humanistic touch. The family consists of 8 styles, 4 weights plus their respective italic versions. Download the “OT Features” pdf to know and take advantage of all font features as best as possible (in OpenType-savvy applications)! You can also view all symbols in the glyph panel of your program, or in Character Map tool (Win) or Character Viewer/Palette (Mac).

  29. Neue Echo by RMU 30.00 USD
    Inspired by the former Schriftguss, Dresden, font Echo, this fresh-drawn und designed Neue Echo can be filled in many different ways, and makes it a great display font for labels, posters, headlines etc.

  30. Merlo Neue by Typoforge Studio 29.00 USD
    Merlo Neue is the younger brother of Merlo. New family received refreshed, more square proportions and a new shape of many glyphs. However, what is the most important in new Merlo, is the wide range of instances – nine new weights, from Hairline to super dark Black – which allows to use the family in a complex way, depending on the user’s needs. Italic version has narrower and lighter proportions. Font has a glyph set for latin script and old-style figures. Merlo Neue would be a great choice for display use as well as for the longer texts. Font Merlo Neue is inspired by a “You And Me Monthly” published by National Magazines Publisher RSW "Prasa” from May 1960 till December 1973 in Poland.

  31. Cyan Neue by Wilton Foundry 29.00 USD
    Cyan Neue is a substantial update variation to the original Cyan we launched in 2006. Most notably the contrast has decreased making it more contemporary. Many glyphs have been improved especially in the italics.

  32. Armature Neue by fontBoy 15.00 USD
    Armature Neue is an extension and clarification of the original Armature family released in 1997. We made the distribution of weights more even, and added italics extra light and black weights. Originally consisting of four fonts, Armature Neue has twelve: six weights with accompanying italics. Although conceived as a display face, a number of alternate characters are included that can be used to regularize the type for text setting.

  33. Aneba Neue by Borutta Group 27.00 USD
    Aneba Neue is refreshed version of my old type family. It's a geometric sans serif typeface with a clean feel. The low contrast and high x height is perfect for headlines and display purposes. Aneba Neue contains 5 weights in two different styles - Bold & Slanted.

  34. Neue Kabel by Linotype 49.00 USD
    Marc Schütz, a type design teacher at the University for Art and Design Offenbach, took on the challenge of updating and re-imaging the original Kabel® typeface design. His goal was to create forms that perform well in modern imaging environments while keeping the original Kabel’s character and charm.

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