Rodia is an Oddball Geometric Sans typeface that was inspired by iconic signage for “RADIO” in 1980s Los Angeles. It’s a geometric sans like no other that is comfortable in body text, but really excels when used for branding, identity, and of course, signage. Check it out today!
Released: October 2020
Arise is a discrete and unassuming typeface that speaks clearly and purposefully. This 18-font Humanist Serif is ideal for both text and display applications, its personality is defined by its humanistic qualities along with unusual, yet balanced hooked terminals. At first glance this type may come across as ordinary, yet on closer inspection you will hopefully appreciate its finer qualities and details.
Released: September 2020
Slabber is a big ol’ chunky serif that has been designed specifically for display purposes – logos, headlines, titles, and short runs of text are where Slabber really excels. Its hefty serifs are inspired by 19th century wood type, but the awkward tension of its large x-height combined with short cap height instills this typeface with a fresh and contemporary attitude.
Released: July 2020
Audacious is a quirky, confident and adorable serif type family across five weights in both text and display styles. This attention-grabbing typeface has an imperfect nature that embraces its quirks and irregularities, giving each font a distinctive and somewhat oddball personality. Its defining characteristics include large open counters, awkward stresses, large exaggerated wedge serifs, and voluptuous teardrop terminals.
Released: June 2020
Cream is a big softy… a friendly and familiar face that exudes a happy-go-lucky nature. This soft serif typeface is packed with useful alternates and ligatures that will allow your type compositions to have a unique voice of their own. There are 12 fonts in the family, ranging from Light to Black weights in both roman and italic, covering all Latin European languages.
Released: April 2020