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  1. Quiet Sans by Dharma Type 29.99 USD
    Quiet Sans is a super geometric sans-serif family for text designed by Ryoichi Tsunekawa and the whole family consists of 6 weights from ExtraLight to ExtraBold and their matching Italics. The basic concept of this family is not only to make crisp, sharp and strong impact by geometric letter form but also to be legible and readable even on small size screen by their sophisticated design.

  2. Quiet Time by ParaType 25.00 USD
    The font was developed as a part of a corporate identity project for a pillow shop on the base of existing logo. It’s an attempt to reflect the space of a dream -- virtual reality where objects don’t have solid shapes, but present just hardly noticed disappearing contours. This idea determines the design of letters that resemble illustrations rather then alphabetical symbols and are based on ultra thin stems.

  3. Filmotype Quiet by Filmotype 29.00 USD
    Initially designed in the early-to-mid 1950s, Filmotype Quiet was among the first of its Novelty font designs.

  4. Quiet Night by PizzaDude.dk 20.00 USD
    Quiet Night is my scribbled art deco font. Despite it's slightly jumpy and rough apperance, the font is super legible - even at smaller sizes.Comes with ligatures for double letters.



  5. Riot AF by Alien 40.00 USD
    Riot AF is a stencil display font made for a book about zombies and undeads.

  6. Diet Riot by PizzaDude.dk 15.00 USD
    A crunchy comic font, suitable for both small and large typing.


  7. Quiet The Thief by Dismantle Destroy 19.00 USD
    This would be a great font for a book. There are 7 fonts in the font family, so there are a lot of choices to work with.


  8. Silentium Pro by Adobe 35.00 USD
    Based on 10th century Carolingian scripts, Silentium Pro sparkles with a quiet but ebullient sense of the human hand.

  9. Admark by Club Type 36.99 USD
    Advertising and Marketing often calls for the use of neutral typestyles; conveying a quiet but clear message with little stress and an even color on the page.

  10. Aspic by Elemeno 25.00 USD
    Aspic was inspired by the handwriting and drawings of Robert Blechman. Although informal, squiggly and even sloppy, Blechman's work communicates a quiet dignity which this font aspires to.

  11. Orgon by Hoftype 49.00 USD
    Orgon, a new linear typeface family, fresh and easy but with a warm touch. It appears uncomplicated, unpretentious, but still distinctive.Its quiet text flow allows smooth reading even for longer texts.

  12. Huntington JNL by Jeff Levine 29.00 USD
    From the backlots of Hollywood to a computer near you! Quiet on the set... Huntington JNL is a bold sans serif font inspired by titles preceeding the opening of the film classic "Casablanca".

  13. Lancet-Aken by Akenlee Type 39.00 USD
    I want the font to have a vitality of life, Visually, the details are beautiful, long and fashionable, low-key and elegant, quiet and delicate, with the aesthetic feeling of fashion, not aggressive.

  14. Arched Gothic Condensed SG by Spiece Graphics 39.00 USD
    Like a bright star shimmering on a still and quiet summer night, Arched Gothic Condensed is a glowing example of Victorian type. Thin in the middle with clumpy wedges on top and bottom, it truly bears the spirit of a bygone era.

  15. Morice Round by Letterbox 50.00 USD
    Deceptively simple in its lineal structure, Morice concisely expresses the essence of each letterform with a quiet elegance. There are several variations within the Morice family – with rounded or straight terminals being offered, each giving a slightly different typographic pitch to settings.

  16. Instant Harmony by Hanoded 15.00 USD
    Wouldn’t it be nice to have a pack of Instant Harmony in your cupboard? Just add water and *poof* - all strive and struggle have gone, having been replaced by peace and quiet. The grass seems greener, the sky bluer and the air smells like a fresh mowed lawn. Ahhhh!

  17. Catholic Girls by Scholtz Fonts 21.00 USD
    Catholic Girls is a timeless, handwriting-based, semi-calligraphic font that is highly readable yet has an informality combined with a quiet elegance. Above all else, Catholic Girls is well-behaved, ladylike, and can be expected to behave correctly and make the right impression in a wide range of situations.

  18. Rondalia by Scholtz Fonts 21.00 USD
    Rondalia is a timeless yet modern font in which the strokes vary in thickness. It is highly readable yet has an informality combined with a quiet elegance. Above all else, Rondalia is well-behaved, ladylike, and can be expected to behave correctly and make the right impression in a wide range of situations.

  19. Crema by Hubert Jocham Type 39.00 USD
    With packaging in the back of my mind I created Crema only in one specific weight. But there are 3 styles from the connected Forte to the quiet Piano. You can see Schoko the other packaging scripts I designed everywhere in the supermarkets. And I am looking forward to see Crema as well.

  20. Bisque by Letterbox 120.00 USD
    Bisque is designed with a sense of play and rhythm, with intermittent areas of quietness, bringing a sense of ‘bounce’ to text. The combination of classic typographic forms and proportions with expressive, contemporary features create a typeface with charisma and joy. The 2011 revision involved adding an extended glyph set for much wider setting applications.

  21. YWFT Manifest by YouWorkForThem 24.99 USD
    When you want to criticize the regime with style, you need to be as clear as Pussy Riot and as classic as MLK, and there’s no better way to do that than with YWFT Manifest. Loaded with OpenType features including two style sets, stylistic alternates, contextual alternates, discretionary ligatures, standard ligatures and somewhere north of 6800 kerning pairs, this Manifest may look punk on the surface, but it’s really the new boss underneath. Fight the power.

  22. Iyannu by Thirdin 20.00 USD
    Iyannu has no meaning in its self. This font is made to be very quiet and simple yet to be unique.Iyannu is created by Japanese designer and it is designed so called "Retro Future" like cyberpunk in Tokyo. When font is made strictly with mathematic sometimes it looks unbalanced. So this font is mixing mathematics method and optical illusion of view to maintain the clear balance.

  23. Foundry Origin by The Foundry 99.00 USD
    Foundry Origin has an elemental quality hinting at its ‘Egyptian’ roots. Developed out of the desire to create a serif typeface with a difference, Foundry Origin's elegant design and versatile family of weights, with lyrical cursive italic, generous x-height and classical proportions, make it ideal for editorial and information design. A quiet design with a big presence, tipped to become a modern classic.

  24. Corona by Linotype 35.00 USD
    Decreasing width of the American newspaper web led to narrower news columns, and a demand for a more condensed typeface. Reaction from the quiet texture of Excelsior suggested a stronger contrast, more like Regal. Griffith designed Linotype Corona, which has been the leading American news design for the last thirty-five years. Extreme pressure for large sizes on narrow columns lead to condensed teletypesetter versions that lacked legibility, particularly in many of the unlicensed versions.

  25. Andulka by Storm Type Foundry 44.00 USD
    A universal typeface for books, magazines and newspapers must be economizing, quiet, strong in drawing, but original and peaceful at the same time. Type "for all weather" must resist also many difficulties of printing on different surfaces. Therefore, the basic design "Text" is slightly darker and legible from 6 point size even in a dim light, whereas "Book" reduces the effect of running ink and saves toner cartridge. In offices of smaller companies these lighter fonts are welcomed as toner-savers. Andulka also need less space on the page than other text typefaces and saves paper too.

  26. Avris by Miosis 30.00 USD
    This is Avris, an exceptional and feminine stencil font. The base was designed in 2015. The word ‘avris’ derives from the latin rara avis, which means “rare bird”. Stencil fonts were initially designed for mass production and transportation companies. Unlike this one, Avris’ curvy and minimalistic design feels and looks like the wings of birds, flying above the quiet ocean. It also has a roman, calligraphic and cryptographic touch to it. It can be used for editorial (fashion) magazines and poster designs. Looks great in headlines! Also the numerals are a must see when you put it in use.

  27. Mondo by Untype 30.00 USD
    Mondo is essentially a contemporary typeface with vintage clothing, the incise terminals and the humanist ductus brings some of the classical dignity of the lettering tradition to an essentially modern typeface.On the middle weights Mondo is a sans with slightly condensed proportions, build with modular regularity and special care for lowing the tension on the curves, which delivers a very even texture and a sense of quietness and balance to long text settings. On the extreme weights the attention is attracted by the accentuated incise terminals, the vertical rhythm, the ink traps an the other many details of its construction, making Mondo an excellent choice for headlines and display use when a modern and clean but still catchy typeface is needed.

  28. Shout by HiH 12.00 USD
    Shout is a “Hey, Look at ME” font. It is an attention-getting font for posters, flyers and ads. Its lineage includes the Haas Type Foundry’s 19th century advertising font, Kompakte Grotesk, which Jan Tschichold (1902-1974) dryly described as “extended sans serif” and which graphic designer Roland Holst (1868-1938) would have disapprovingly referred to as a “shout,” as opposed to the quiet presentation of information that he believed was the proper function of advertising. In 1963 Letraset released what appears to be an updated variation in multiple weights designed by Frederick Lambert called Compacta. Shout draws heavily on Compacta, as well as other similar fonts of the 50s and 60s like Eurostile Bold Condensed and Permanent Headline. In weight, it falls about halfway between Compacta Bold and Compacta Black, but with a relatively heavier lower case that is not so easily pushed around by the upper case. After all, one can shout while sitting down.

  29. Boge LP by LetterPerfect 29.00 USD
    Boge LP is a new font family designed to communicate lucidly in text as well as in headlines and titles. The family consists of Regular, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic & Black. Character sets include a full compliment of multi-language support and fine-tuned kerning to make Boge™ a smart choice for professional quality typography from text to billboard-sized advertising. Regular and Bold styles include designed small caps and old-style numerals accessed as OpenType features.An original serif design, Boge blends traditional aesthetic with contemporary refinement. Its hallmarks are: clarity, readability, geniality, competence. The five related styles provide a strong palette for coloring words, text and ideas with quiet authority. Garrett Boge has been designing type for over 30 years, working with Apple, Microsoft, Adobe, Disney and numerous corporate clients. His background in calligraphy, commercial lettering, graphic design, and typography has been channeled into creating this namesake design. Boge Text joins his other popular faces — Spring, Florens, Bermuda, Spumoni, Longhand, Tomboy, Wendy — under the LetterPerfect Fonts brand, marketed through Monotype and its partners.

  30. JLS Main Square Frames by Fontry West 20.00 USD
    In a small house, in a Mid-Western town, a single light trickled over the hardwood floors. A figure hunched over the light almost asleep. A poor designer of glyphs and symbols was working into the quiet hours of night. This night's task was to create online promotional posters for his latest font - FHA Sign Devinne. The tortured creative's mind stared at the blazing empty screen. Painfully, letters were typed, textures added, designs cobbled together - and failed. Something was missing. A thought dawned through the shadows of his overworked brain. He realized that lately his posters had become predictable. They were often embellished with borders and ornaments of a stylized floral theme created from samples of late 19th century signs. For Devinne, the virtuoso of vectors wanted something authentically vintage but with contemporary application. For inspiration, he grazed through his battered copy of an American Type Founders catalogue. The book was a gem he had picked up at an odds and ends shop for a buck. In it's tattered and yellowed pages were several possible borders and ornaments. The one that he chose to complement the bold strokes of Sign Devinne was Mercantile Borders. As the work progressed, the basic forms offered by Mercantile were expanded, first by the needs of the posters, then by a few sign jobs (for that was his day job) that seemed to call for borders of that nature. In the fullness of time and other cliches, more samples and specimens came to the intrepid illustrators attention. After a month of doodles, signs and posters he realized that he had an entire alphabet - so to speak. The lovely and talented wife of the artist named the new project Main Square Frames.


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