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  1. Smart by Falling Angel, 9.00 USD
    The Smart family started out as an idea for a smart design and kids magazine, games, etc.
  2. Courier by Adobe, 35.00 USD
    Courier is a monospaced typeface for use in tabular material, technical documentation, and word processing. It was designed in the mid-1900s by Howard Kettler of IBM as a typewriter face, and was later redrawn by Adrian Frutiger for the IBM Selectric series.
  3. Courier by ParaType, 30.00 USD
    Designed at ParaType in 1990 by Tagir Safayev.
  4. MW SMART - Personal use only
  5. Flotsam Smart - Unknown license
  6. Smart Casual by Scholtz Fonts, 21.00 USD
    The name "Smart Casual" says it all. This is the font to use when you want to create that smart impression without being too formal. It is based on the font "Black Tie" but it is less formal than "Black Tie". It conveys an impression of relaxed elegance without being either sloppy or too intimate.
  7. Smart Cookie by PizzaDude.dk, 15.00 USD
    Smart Cookie is a happy and handmade font, ideal for packaging, posters or books (especially children's books!)It's highly legible and comes int 3 versions: Regular, Shine and Layer. Mix the Regular and Shine layer (using different colours) to make a cool shiny effect, or use the Shine version where the colours rely on the fore- and background colours...also a nice way of making your text stand out!
  8. Smart Chameleon by Cititype, 11.00 USD
    We are pleased to offer a unique typewriter font. Consists of two versions, namely regular and italic, Smart Chameleon has more than 650 glyphs and can be used in more than 150 languages.We present it in a handwritten version with untidy curve that makes you even more exasperated.Smart Chameleon has a vintage style that is packaged in the current version.Suitable for all styles, you only need to replace the color and background of the design and the appearance will totally change, from children's style to fancy, retro or modern youth style. Just like a chameleon that changes according to the conditions. Enjoy.
  9. Smart Sans by Monotype, 65.00 USD
    Smart Sans was designed by Rod McDonald and published by Monotype. Smart Sans contains 6 styles and family package options.
  10. Smart Labels by Juraj Chrastina, 39.00 USD
    With this template set you can make endless tags, shopping sale designs, discounts or anything you want. After Handy Labels, Smart Labels is another bunch of 26 different layered and customizable vector clip arts. They are easily accessible through a set of 3 fonts, each containing 52 glyphs. You can, but you don't have to use any vector graphics editor. You don't even have to work with multiple layers if you don't want to.
  11. Mart by NoCommenType, 30.00 USD
    Mart is a semi serif font family. The main goal of the development was the creation of crisp, laconic and elegant outlines of the characters. It is intended to be used in headlines and text block in the appropriate magazines and printed materials. Mart is influenced by Rotis® Semi Serif by Otl Aicher and Apple Garamond.
  12. Courier Now - Unknown license
  13. Courier M by URW Type Foundry, 35.00 USD
    Courier M was published by URW Type Foundry. Courier M contains 4 styles and family package options.
  14. Courier Ragged by TypeArt Foundry, 45.00 USD
    Courier Ragged was designed by Lloyd Springer and published by TypeArt Foundry. Courier Ragged contains 4 styles and family package options.
  15. Courier SB by Scangraphic Digital Type Collection, 26.00 USD
    Since the release of these fonts most typefaces in the Scangraphic Type Collection appear in two versions. One is designed specifically for headline typesetting (SH: Scangraphic Headline Types) and one specifically for text typesetting (SB Scangraphic Bodytypes). The most obvious differentiation can be found in the spacing. That of the Bodytypes is adjusted for readability. That of the Headline Types is decidedly more narrow in order to do justice to the requirements of headline typesetting. The kerning tables, as well, have been individualized for each of these type varieties. In addition to the adjustment of spacing, there are also adjustments in the design. For the Bodytypes, fine spaces were created which prevented the smear effect on acute angles in small typesizes. For a number of Bodytypes, hairlines and serifs were thickened or the whole typeface was adjusted to meet the optical requirements for setting type in small sizes. For the German lower-case diacritical marks, all Headline Types complements contain alternative integrated accents which allow the compact setting of lower-case headlines.
  16. Courier PS by Monotype, 35.00 USD
    Courier PS was published by Monotype. Courier PS contains 16 styles and family package options.
  17. Courier Coco by Okaycat, 19.50 USD
    Courier Coco is simple, legible, and unmistakably unique.
  18. Courier LT by Linotype, 35.00 USD
    Courier is one of the most well-recognized typefaces in the world. Everyone recognizes it as the face originally designed for use on typewriters. A typical characteristic of older typewriters is that all characters are given the same amount of space regardless of their width. Hence, an i receives just as much room as an m, even though it is much thinner. This principle defined the look of Courier. A line in this typeface has “‘holes” in what would otherwise be a homogenous look. Due to its origins, Courier is associated with office and telegram-like text.
  19. Courier New by Monotype, 49.00 USD
    Courier New was designed by Howard Kettler and published by Monotype. Courier New contains 4 styles and family package options.
  20. Fontcraft Courier by Scriptorium, 18.00 USD
    Fontcraft Courier was designed by David Nalle and published by Scriptorium. Fontcraft Courier contains 3 styles and family package options.
  21. Courier EF by Elsner+Flake, 35.00 USD
    Courier EF was designed by Phil Martin and published by Elsner+Flake. Courier EF contains 2 styles and family package options.
  22. Courier 12 by Monotype, 35.00 USD
    Courier 12 was published by Monotype. Courier 12 contains 1 style.
  23. Iron Lounge Smart - Unknown license
  24. Smart and Sexy - Unknown license
  25. Smart and Sexy - Unknown license
  26. Smart Frocks NF by Nick's Fonts, 10.00 USD
    A sign in a London storefront, ca. 1930, pitching—surprise!—Smart Frocks provided the visual cues for designing this typeface. Singularly stylish, hip and haughty and decidedly Deco, this is the smart font to use!
  27. M Smart PRC by Monotype HK, 499.00 USD
    M Smart PRC is a modulated style Simplified Chinese typeface. Modulated font designs have apparent thick-thin contrast at the strokes, and often include special design characteristics at entry, finial and transitional points of the strokes. Modulated Simplified Chinese font design category includes traditional Song, Ming or Fang Song style typefaces which are popular for continuous reading.
  28. M Smart HK by Monotype HK, 499.00 USD
    M Smart HK is a modulated style Traditional Chinese typeface. Modulated font designs have apparent thick-thin contrast at the strokes, and often include special design characteristics at entry, finial and transitional points of the strokes. Modulated Traditional Chinese font design category includes traditional Song, Ming or Fang Song style typefaces which are popular for continuous reading.
  29. Jump Start - Personal use only
  30. Smartie CAPS - Personal use only
  31. start Brush by Bal Studio, 12.00 USD
    Start Brush is a handwritten font, using a brush and ink effects that combine calligraphic brush styles, irregular base lines, rough edges, thick and organic movements. Start Brush includes 239 characters, ligatures as well as multi-language support.
  32. Smarty Pants by Burghal Design, 29.00 USD
    Remember that kid in your class who always knew the right answer, who always had their hand raised? The first kid to finish the test, the kid who LIKED the pop quiz, the kid who did the homework five seconds after the teacher wrote the assignment on the board and was guaranteed to get an an A+, even though they NEVER studied? THAT kid?
  33. Fournier by Adobe, 35.00 USD
    In 1924, Monotype based this face on types cut by Pierre Simon Fournier circa 1742 and called “St Augustin Ordinaire” in Fournier'’s Manuel Typographique. These types were some of the most influential designs of the eighteenth century, being among the earliest of the “transitional” style of typeface, and were a stepping stone to the more severe “modern” style made popular by Bodoni later in the century. They had more vertical stress than the old style types, greater contrast between thick and thin strokes and little or no bracketing on the serifs.
  34. Fournier by Monotype, 35.00 USD
    Fournier was designed by Pierre Fournier and published by Monotype. Fournier contains 5 styles and family package options.
  35. Coupler by District, 25.00 USD
    Coupler is a sturdy text face with low contrast, airy counters, and a strong baseline for smaller sizes and extended reading. Lightly bracketed serifs and pleasantly conspicuous italics temper Coupler’s formal demeanor—well suited for financial reports, news magazines, catalogs, academic journals, and any instructional setting. Four weights with italics and advanced typographical support provide design flexibility in any layout.
  36. Cougher by Context, 15.00 USD
    A big fat quirky face for big bold weird uses. Inspired by E. McKnight Kauffer and vintage travel posters, both styles have support for multiple languages.
  37. Koerier by Hanoded, 15.00 USD
    Koerier means 'Courier' in Dutch and is a reference to the classic font it was modeled on. Each glyph was hand drawn, giving the font a unique look and feel, making it an ideal typeface for ads, posters and packaging. Comes with a full range of diacritics.
  38. Skurier by GRIN3 (Nowak), 14.00 USD
    Skurier is a hand-drawn font inspired by monospaced fonts like Courier.
  39. Cornering - Unknown license
  40. CUKIER by Borutta Group, 29.00 USD
    After my previous typefaces inspired by the flavour of local typography (Massimo, Picadilly & Zigfrid), I'd like to present new one, called CUKIER. This family was designed mainly for branding purposes - visual identity of CUKIER.WORKS Agency. Cukier is a sans serif, geometric typeface, inspired by the vernacular typography from Zanzibar (Tanzania). A lot of letters have intentionally made mistakes in a drawing, and this it what makes the whole font unusual. Family consist 10 styles – 5 weights with italics.
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