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Icon fonts

[Drawing by Ralph Steadman]


10four design
[Matt Heximer]

10four design group was founded in 2002 by Sue Lepard and Matt Heximer in Vancouver. Matt Heximer and Sue both graduated from The Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in 1994. Matt has held senior design and freelance positions in several Vancouver design firms.

Designer of ElDiabloRegular, TechnoOrganic (1996), Swashbuckler-Script (1996), BitchinCamero (1996) at Garagefonts. He also created Halqemeylem Serif (1997) for the Stolo Nation, based on Majoor's Scala. The fonts at 10four design include Adanac (free, clean sans), Bitchin' Camaro (scratchy writing font), Devicq (based on the handwriting of actress Paula Devicq), Downsize, El Diablo (gothic), Lonely Cowboy, Lonely Cowpoke (2010), Mia Pets (dingbats), Swashbuckler, Techno Organic.

In 2007, Matt published the free icon typeface Adanac that contains 62 Canadiana symbols.

In 2014, Heximer created Sonovovitch, a unicase display typeface inspired by the Russian Constructivist movement and Soviet Cold War era propaganda. Although a faux Russian font, Sonovovitch has language support for the true Cyrillic alphabet.

In 2016, Matt published the angular Preissig-style Millwright and explains that it is inspired by spunky DIY attitude and Industrial era hardware---an exercise in rendering glyphs with a rudimentary, hand-cut flavour. Behance link. FontShop link. Creative Market link. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿


Design community headquartered in Bratislava, Slovakia. Creators of the commercial calligraphic typeface Feathergraphy (2013) [not to be confused with a font by the same name published much earlier by Mans Greback], Tzanah (2016; identical to a font by Dorian Grey), and Secret Society Font Family (2016; identical to another font by Dorian Grey). Icon sets designed by them include Sports Icons, Medical Icons, Flat Social Icons, and Vegetables.

In 2017, they designed the distressed typeface Dark Matter [I thought that this was by Dorian Grey...] and the handcrafted Pugzley [again, by Dorian Grey, if you ask me].

In 2018, we find typeface such as the handcrafted Emily and the weathered gas mask font Verboten. [Google] [More]  ⦿

24 Ways
[Jon Hicks]

Jon Hicks gives a clear mini-tutorial on how to display icons in web pages using fonts (with icon symbols in them) and data-attributes using simple CSS definitions. [Google] [More]  ⦿

45 Symbols

The book 45 Symbols published in Köln in 2014 introduces 45 projects of 45 symbols (so 45 times 45 icons in all) created by students from Parsons The New School For Design (New York), Academy of Media Arts Cologne, Hong Kong Baptist University, Lebanese American University Beirut. Falmouth University UK, and Universidad de los Andes (Bogota) on a variety of themes. [Google] [More]  ⦿

4px.me (was: CtrlAltF12)

French designer (b. 1978) of the dingbat fonts Social Shapes (2015, social media icons), World CXup 2k14 (2014), Social Logos (2011), Clubz (2007, shields of European soccer teams), 2006 Team (2006, soccer team emblems), IT Logos (2005), OpenLogos (2007) and Illustrate IT (2005). Dafont link. Yet another URL. Old URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adam Hadraba

Brno, Czechia-based designer of the animated experimental font Distances (2018) and Typelike Icon Set (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adam Katyi
[Hungarumlaut (was: Cila Design)]

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Adam Rogers

Graphic designer in Derby, UK, who created YCN 3 Prong Type in 2012 at the University of Derby. He also created fun Dog Icons (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adam Whitcroft

Adam Whitcroft designed Climacons (2012), 75 climatically categorised pictographs for web and user interface designers. These icons were made into a (free) font by Christian Naths. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adea Ademi

During her studies at Rochester Institute of Technology Kosovo, Pristina, Kosovo-based Adea Ademi designed the children's script Five Year Old (2018) and RIT Wayfinding Icons (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adebowale Adegoke

Lagos, Nigeria-based designer in 2020 of Business Icons and Masegfo (a free squarish typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aditya Wirabakti

Surabaya, Indonesia-based designer of various icon sets (Kitchen Appliance, Birthday, Basketball, Blood) and the vector font family Minimalist (2017). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adnen Kadri

Sidi Bouzid, Tunisia-based designer of the handcrafted Latin typeface Stanley (2017), Restaurant Icons (2017) and Education Icons (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adriá Gómez

Graphic designer in Barcelona, b. 1990. Creator of these typefaces:

  • The free modular typeface Johanna (2012).
  • The 10-style organic elliptical sans typeface family Wake (2013).
  • Luthier (2014). A free transitional typeface family with wedge serifs.
  • Margot (2014). Free download.
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Adrian Pelletier
[Build Interactive]

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Agaric Type
[B. Agaric]

Designer of the Agave font between 2013 and 2019. He writes: Agave was an attempt at making a small, monospaced, outline font that would be geometrically regular and simple. The endeavor was motivated by a deep adoration of old-school console bitmap fonts, of Consolas, of Pragmata Pro, as well as a novice's curiosity for typographical design. When it came to establishing a "simple" design scheme, the natural inclination was to separate the glyph design concerns into that of "frame" and "trait". By frame, we refer to the naive geometric extent of a glyph and its parts. And by trait, we mean, for example, the "way" in which a stroke curves, or the relationship between one part of a glyph and another. Adhering to personal tastes, bone-deep laziness, and the quirky spirit of old computer terminal fonts, the delineations of frame and trait amounted to two mathematical patterns: the power of two and the golden ratio. That is of course an understatement. This wonderful font has almost 5000 glyphs, half of them useful icons. To be sure, many of these glyphs were added by Ryan McIntyre in his Nerd Fonts version of Agave in 2020.

Earlier (pixel) fonts by Agaric include Autonoe [autonoe is a fixed-width, 7x14, bold-only, unicode, bitmap typeface] and Ino.

Github link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Agne Marija Stasinskaite

Vilnius, Lithuania-based designer of the modular typeface Boy From Mars (2016) and Lithuanian Folk Tale Icons (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Agne Zvirblyte

Graphic designer in Vilnius, Lithuania. Creator of "Funny Icons For Palanga resort" (2014) and Lego Font (2014, modular). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Agnieszka Barczynska

Warsaw, Poland-based designer of some icons custom-made for the Proctronik company. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Agung Syaifudin

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Parisian graphic and web designer who created a cursive typeface and Thing Icons in 2014. In 2015, he/she created a multicolored circle-based alphabet. Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aiste Zalaite

Vilnius, Lithuania-based designer of the deconstructed typeface Craft (2018) and a small sert of Public Space Icons (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alan Cloiseau

Paris-based designer of the free comic book typeface ACL (2020) and the commissioned typeface Club Med Pictograms (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alan Museljich

Aka Uloga. designer of the free social icon font dcSocial (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alan Parker
[Parker Creative]

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Albena Budinova

Sofia, Bulgaria-based designer of the thin avant garde sans typeface Lounge (2017) and Animal Pictograms (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alberto Casagrande

Italian lettering artist, illustrator and calligrapher. As a member of the Italian open source font cooperative Collletttivo, Alberto Casagrande designed the decorative typeface Mazius Review (2019).

The 24-font Casagrande was designed in 2020 by the Italiantype Team (Manuel Alvaro, Valentino Coppi and Mario De Libero), working in close collaboration with Alberto Casagrande, and with help from the Zetafonts Team (Francesco Canovaro, Andrea Tartarelli and Cosimo Lorenzo Pancini). The final product has six display families with styles varying from the thirties-inspired Antifascista and Deco, to the modernist Casabau, to the geometric Grind, to the vintage script families Reclame and Casatiello. The collection is complemented by a two-color icon set font, Casagrande Ornaments. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alberto Lucas Perez

Madrid, Spain-based designer of the rounded handcrafted typeface Natural (2017), the sans typeface Acatisia (2018), and the free icon set Summer Bold. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alberto Martinez

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Aleksandra Gundorova

Based in Saint Petersburg, Russia, Aleksandra Gundorova created an unnamed Latin alchemic typeface in 2013, and a frid-based constructivist typeface in 2014. Restoran (2012) is a very original symbol font: each glyph represents in iconic abstract form an item on a restaurant menu.

As a student in the TypeType education program in 2016-2017, she designed the Venetian antiqua Foundata. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aleksandra Slowik

Saint Petersburg, Russia-based designer.

Typefaces from 2015: Sacred (alchemic, mysterious), LAM and Larch Brush.

Typefaces from 2016: Line Flat (circuit font), Line Flat Icons.

Typefaces from 2018: Volos (a great textured poster font), Ancient Geometry (alchemic), Slowik Emphasis (a geometric logo font). She also specializes in alchemic symbolism, with sets of ornaments called Golden Section, Unalome (a script with Buddhist symbols) and Sacred Symbols. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aleksei Derin

Russian designer of the (vector format) decorative typeface Robot (2016) and the ironwork typeface Twig (2016). In 2017, he designed Fat Boy (colorful caps) and Hiking Icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alessandro Demchenko

Rome-based designer of the modular typeface Console Sans (2015) and of Icon Font (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alessio Atzeni

Web designer based in Rome. Creator of Pyconic (2012), an icon font in PNG format with 768 icons. He also has a free 40-icon EPS and truetype font for weather icons called Meteocons (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alex Aitken

Perth, Australia-based designer of Tropical Party Icons (2018) and the grungy Halloween font Goosepimple (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alex Artline

Designer of the art deco typeface Roundabout (2016). He also made several gorgeous sets of icons including splendid Snowflakes (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alex Gart

Aka Alex Gorilla. Alex Gart (Chelyabinsk, Russia) created the commercial alchemic typeface The Elementarity (2013). It can be bought here. He also made Weather Icons (2013).

Behance link. Graphic River link for buying his typefaces. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alex Hlivnyk

Ukrainian designer. He has a Mega Thumbs Up Icon Set (2015), a Doodle Social Icons Set (2015), and a 3d handcrafted font called Cracked Font On Chalkboard (2015). In 2016, he made a textured vector format typeface and a colored EPS format typeface called Fairytale. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alex Oakenman

Designer of AO Waxed Rope (2016), AO Drunken Sailor (2016), Fisherman Toolset (2016, dingbats), Lineart Icon Set (2016: 600+ icons), AO Pine Needle Sans Serif (2016) and AO Iron Bolt Serif Bold (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alex Schnaible

German art director. In 2019, he published the 500-icon font Speakons. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Alex Townsend

Kerikeri and/or Matakana, New Zealand-based multidisciplinary designer whose company is called New Royal Standard. He created the athletic lettering inline typeface Lockout (2012).

In 2013, he created the beautiful art deco typeface New Royal Stencil, and simple and iconic Stackable Animal Illustrations. Other typefaces include the free pixelish typeface Stopwatch. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alex Traian Munteanu
[Zeppelin Graphics]

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Alexander Alexandrowitsch Roth
[Neue (or: Neue Foundry)]

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Alexander Colby

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Alexander Manfred Poellmann

Designer of the free Paymentfont (2017), which features icons of payment services. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alexander Selunin

Creator of the free icon font QwarsIcons (2013, Open Font Library) and the free sans typeface Qwars Sans (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alexandra Savelkaeva

Moscow, Russia-based designer of a rhombic Latin typeface in 2016. She also made the handcrafted Cyrillic typeface Native Type (2016), and a set of Olympic Icons (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alexandra Schwarzwald

Type designer who joined Neue as business partner in October 2020. She was born and raised in Berlin, Germany, and studied at HTW University of Applied Science. She worked at FontShop International as a font technician. Subsequently Alexandra supported Monotype's font marketing teams for brands such as FontShop, FontFont, Linotype, MyFonts and Fonts.com. In 2018 she became a full-time employee of the Monotype London Office holding the position of a Senior Graphic Designer.

Designer of Neue UXUI Icons (2020, at Neue), a seven-style set of icon fonts. Each font in turn contains 1155 icons covering areas such as office equipment, social media, controls, layout, music, navigation and weather, in addition to about 200 arrows. She added the 6-icon set Neue OS Icons later in 2020. In 2021, she released Neue UXUI Icons Rounded.

With Alexander Roth, she designed the soft versions of Roth's Neue Radial family in 2021: Neue Radial Soft A, Neue Radial Soft B (18 styles), Neue Radial Soft C, Neue Radial Soft D. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Alexandros Skouras

Chicago, IL-based designer of Olympic Game Pictograms (2015) and Greneue (2015, a Greek sans typeface). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alexey Fetisov

Aka Alexey Blogoodf and Aleksei Fetisov. Designer in Moscow. In 2017, he designed the display typeface Koras (blackboard bold), Arktica, Arcachon (organic sans), Arcachon Dots, Arugula (handcrafted), Adequate (thick rounded sans), Public Icons, the organic sans typeface Iconic, the decorative blackletter font Kaligry, Fluffy, the bilined titling typeface Blogoodf, and the vintage script font Jewel.

Typefaces from 2020: Satinado. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Alit Design (or: Gurita Hitam)
[Alit Suarnegara]

A graduate of Institut Seni Indonesia Denpasar Bali who is based in Denpasar, Bali, Alit Suarnegara (Gurita Hitam, b. 1986, Denpasar) created these typefaces:

  • 2022: Psychofun (psychedelic), Lhont Down (a bouncy baseline serif), Spidro Marley (a flared display serif), Bellyman (an art nouveau boutique serif), Hulahoy Typeface (a formal reverse stress script), Bulone (a display serif with curved stems and terminals), Mankey (glyphs with wavy kinks), April Blossom (a scrapbook script), Soka (a 28-style display sans), Mollyn (a 14-style casual sans), Mongek (a 13-style display serif with funky curves), Round Saetan (a ribbon typeface), Putrey (a 9-style display grotesk), Rosehot (a display serif), Maglony (a 9-style font with sharply cut edges and terminals), Nillota (a 13-style display serif), Romans Lovers (a 12-style decorative serif), Maboth Typeface (blackletter), Belong Faith (a spurred tattoo (?) blackletter), Hello Mytoys (a modernized blackletter), Belligoes (blackletter), Boiller (a 14-style Peignotian sans).
  • 2021: Mybook Again (a great swashy calligraphic script meant for romantic events), Radja Lover (a calligraphic font with hairline connectors), Brohoney (a 13-style text family), Two Race (a race car font family), Piersob (a very wide display sans reminiscent of the old Porsche logo font), Black Mild (Victoriana), Decondor (a 14-style delicate mini-serif), Gathell (a 13-style fashion mag serif), Hero Beam (spurred, Victorian), Vaclice Script, Nokarin (a bold calligraphic script), Horseboy Boots (Western, with terminals that emulate hooves), Mokgech (blackletter), Sutray (a rather formal upright script), Mister Honey (Tuscan), Nandola (a fine calligraphic script), Bungker (a layerable hand-drawn slab serif), Brolimo (a 14-style Peignotian sans), Takashimura (a Japanese emulation font), Bunker (a layerable marquee font family), Dronefly, Miloner (a 14-style fashion mag serif), Mono and Friends (handcrafted and rounded), Roby Soho (a simple flared display sans in 12 styles), Saihat (emulating Arabic calligraphy), Gofienda (a calligraphic script), Rusty Store (Victoriana), Chalk and Friend (a sketched typeface), Grunge Decade (art nouveau), Kenoky Coffekan (a 15-style decorative sans and script duo), Botaky and Botaky Script (a wavy display font), Hidrofont (vintage), Roller Alika, Mistic (a decorative serif), Burgie (14 styles: an ink-trapped swashy and inky display serif), Hand Real (a thin monolinear script), Assox (a reverse contrast Tuscan typeface), Balian (a textured typeface that is based on Balinese carvings), Handy Quomte (calligraphic), Brohillo (a display serif).
  • 2020: Karmila, Shary (a 52-style sci-fi sans font that could also be useful in sports), Brave Eighty One (techno, squarish), Mollas (a decorative serif), Crying, Milk and Balls (a 28-style display typeface with rhombic tittles, wedge serifs and razor blade edges---the connection with milk or balls will forever remain mysterious), Boiling, Mallent (brush script), Bemalla (script), Marons (a script/serif hybrid).
  • 2019: Black Quality (inline, vintage), Caibojog (watercolor brush), Bonillo, Balimoon, Mofita, Nahye, Pintgram, Subscriber, Lovina Script , Bolehdong (script), Zamrack, Melloner, Melloner Fun, Beautiful Lovina, Localghost (a signature script).
  • 2018: Controwell (a Victorian script and text collection), Raustila, Rollete Qaku (dry brush), Norffo, Nermola Scripcy Font, Braton Composer.
  • 2017: the script typefaces Rumble Brave Script (as part of the vintage typeface Rumble Brave), Mellony (2017: dry brush script), Raph Lanok (brush style), Jandys, Jandys Dua, Billy Ohio (2017: dry brush), Localghost and Valledofas, and the vintage tattoo typeface Young Heart.
  • 2016: the thin connected script typeface Mooglonk, the signage script Altoys, the decorative didone Florva, the connected script typefaces Asfrogas, Rofitaste (brush style), Qarvic (a sans), Qarvic Icon, Morva (a decorative didone), Young Heart (a free vintage typeface with spurs), and Brushgyo.
  • 2015: Bromello (brush script), Vroffloow (in script and sans styles), Godfeem, Mooglonk, Floren (a display serif), Lawasth, Mooglonk Serif, the brush typeface The Faino, the tattoo font Alitide, the watercolor brush typefaces Roomfer and Norffo, the connect-the-dots typeface Circle Line, and Kemayu.
  • 2014: the beveled typeface Piramid.
  • 2013: the spurred signage typeface Starck.

Creative Market link. Another Creative Market link. Dafont link. Graphicrier link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Alit Suarnegara
[Alit Design (or: Gurita Hitam)]

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ALS Design

Funchal, Portugual-based design studio. Designer of Balloon Typeface (2017), Balloon Numbers (2017), Packaging Typeface (2016) and Car Rental Typeface (2016, car icons). In 2018, he published the geometric monoline sans typeface Nano Light. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Amanda Gault

Aurora, CO-based designer of an iconic alphabet in 2017. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Amarpreet Singh
[Runikh Art]

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Amber Kuivenhoven
[Lovely Bird Digital]

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Amit Jakhu

During his design studies at Humber College in Toronto, Amit Jakhu designed the free hand-drawn typeface Quirky Nots (2013) and the free icon set Dripicons (2013).

Behance link. Designer Fuel link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Amrit Pal Singh

Amrit Pal Singh (Ahmedabad, India) developed a signage and way finding system for a museum named Vivek Darshan, situated in Khetri, Distt. Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan, in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anas Ramadan

Creator of the free icon font Richstyle (2012, OFL). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anastasia Belic

Aka Herveine. Designer of the tall condensed handcrafted typefaces Frontier (2016) and Dionimo (2016). She also designed Summer Time Icons (2016). Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andrea Alati

Aka Lhotse. Rome-based designer of various sets of icons (Adventure, Stupid, Sugar) and the monoline sans typeface Sweet Snow (2017). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andrea Arques

During her graphic design studies in Barcelona, Andrea arques created the tattoo font Rocker Slab (2014) and Christmas Icons (2014). In 2015, she created the modular typeface Avelli, which was inspired by the calligraphy of Pedro de Madariaga, Joseph de Anduaga y Garimberti, and Torio de la Riva. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andrea Sogn

Graphic design student in Oslo, Norway, who created Typical Oslo Pictograms (2014) and an electrically charged display typeface called Volt (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andrew Buckle

Maidstone, United Kingdom-based programmer. Designer of the experimental typefaces Circula Track (2016) and GX Stretched Lines (2016), and the free grungy handcrafted typeface GX Ruff Stuff (2016). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andrew Carter

Graphic designer in Fgura, Malta, who created the display typeface family Change Sans (2014), Wayfinding Icon Set (2014), and State (2014, a hipster typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anferov Artem

Magnitogorsk, Russia-based graphic designer who created Simple Line Icons (2015) and the grid-based squarish typeface Mebius (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Angel Corral

Barcelona-based designer of the icon set called Eyetok (2017), which was created for a visual identity. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Angel Suazon Acar

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Angelo Mangano

Graphic designer in Brussels who created the sans typeface Tokyo Airport (2014), together with a set of airport icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Angel Suazon Acar]

Madrid-based designer of Always Typeface (2015) and Camera Icons (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿


Anicons (2019) is the first animated color variable icon font. Made by Wenting Zhang and Hua Shu, it combines variable font and color font technologies. Their Github page explains how to proceed in html. Anicons is free. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anish Sundaran

Designer in Bombay, who made a custom Hindi font (2012), as well as a typeface for teaching children how to draw the Latin alphabet. He also created Hexy (2012, a hexagonal family that includes an inline face), Hindustan Hipsters Icons (2012), the thin geometric typeface Elefont Sans (2012) and the paperclip typeface Incomple (2012).

Another Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anna Ivanir

Illustrator and graphic designer in Haifa, Israel, who created the brushy typeface Akula (2014), the chalky typeface Earth Elements (2015), the handcrafted Simplicity (2015), the poster typeface The Jungle (2015), Rainy Days (2015), Bubble Gum (2015), and several sets of icons.

Typefaces from 2016: Winter Tales (brush script family), Spring, Tel Aviv, HandsUp, Caramel, Ladybug, Carousel, Rainy Daisy, Quick Walk, White Rabbit, Caterpillar, Eucalyptus Tree, Black Moon, Zenith (blackbiard bold style), Nameless (grainy brush). Creative Market link. Graphicriver link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anna Kirisyuk

FontStructor who made the elegant bilined caps typeface Anakiri (2012). During her graphic design studies at BHSAD in Moscow in 2013, she made a great silhouette icon set.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anna Ozerina

Russian designer of a magnificent set of 600 (vector format) vintage frames and emblems (2016), and of 350 Line Business Icons (2016). In addition, she designed the brush typefaces Bobervons (2016) and Momentique (2016) and the script typeface Likonder (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anna Tyshchenko

During her studies in Moscow, Anna Tyshchenko designed a set of icons (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Annie Konst

Icon designer. Some of her icon sets in her 2021 catalog: Woodland, Picasso, Matisse, Tropical Matisse, Rural Folk, Halloween, Boho Soul, Wild West, Western, Australian Animals, Plantlovers, Orange Chill, Halcon Libre, Antique, Zodiac, Face To Face, Totemica, Flora, Mermaids, Magic Stellar Insects. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Annie Miller

As a student at the University of Salford, UK, Annie Miller designed Kidscan (2016). She also designed Uni Halls Icons (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arie Hadianto

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Arnildo Junior Gehring

Graphic designer in Balneario de Camboriu, Brazil. He reduced the serifs in Courier New and created Courrier Digital (2012). Spacender (2012) is another experimental typeface.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Artcoast Design (was: Mankoff)
[Dmitry Mankoff]

Dmitry Mashkin (or Dmitry Mankoff, or Artcoast Design, located in Sochi and/or Krasnodar and/or Moscow, Russia) created the absolutely wonderful restaurant menu deco typeface Montclar (2015, +food icons), the vintage letterpress emulation typeface family Stampbor (2015), the handcrafted Karmina (2015), the brush typeface Hypsletters Script (2015, with Nadi Spasibenko), the vintage letterpress typeface Marktype (2015), and the sans typefaces Albori Sans (2015, rounded and monoline) and Brentwood Sans (2015).

Since 2016, he operates as Art Coast Studio. His free bilined hipster typeface Brokes (2016) outhipsters even the coolest hipsters. He also created the letterpress emulation typeface Jameson (2016), the appealing (regular and rough) poster typeface Weisshorn (2016), the grungy letterpress font Ovsyanka (2016), and the handcrafted typeface Norquay (2016).

Typefaces from 2017: Santens Script (dry brush).

Typefaces from 2020: Tipio.

Typefaces from 2021: Regolith (an all caps display sans with or without a stripe texture), Roadside Motel (a poster font), Planet Jupiter (a great all caps cartoon font), SA Tampico (mimicking writing on wooden crates), Tampico Symbols, Howard (an ultra-condensed titling font).

Typefaces from 2022: SA Woodland Hills (an all caps monolinear rounded sans for Latin and Cyrillic).

Old URL. Graphicriver link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Artill (or Artill Typs)
[Lukas Bischoff]

Artill is Lukas Bischoff's foundry in Aachen (and before that, Trier), Germany, est. 2009. Lukas is a stylist and designer based in Trier. He created Sketch Rockwell (2008), one of the nicest sketched style fonts anywhere.

Commercial typefaces include Luco Sans (2009), Sketch Block (2009) and the octagonal family Wombat (2009). Yaa (2010) is a hand-sketched headline font. Dock 11 (2011) is a (free) heavy art deco headline face. Sketch Gothic (2011) is a sketched Franklin Gothic.

Typefaces from 2012: Zwodrei, Kurt (a hand-printed typeface), Artill Weather Icons (free).

In 2014, together with Sascha Timplan at Stereotypes, he created the athletic lettering typeface family Atletico. See also here.

In 2016, Sascha Timplan and Lukas Bischoff published the handsome sans typeface family Golden Sans. In 2016, Fargus Meiser and Lukas Bischoff co-designed Paul Grotesk and Paul Soft. In 2018, they added Paul Slab and Paul Slab Soft. In 2021, they released Paul Grotesk Stencil.

Behance link. Blog. Old URL. Klingspor link. Abstract Fonts link. Dafont link. Behance link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Ashley Gibson

During her studies, Ashley Gibson (Charlotte, NC) designed the squarish typeface Genesis (2019) and Daily Rotine Icons (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Glenn Parsons]

Commercial foundry in Oak View, CA, est. 2011, by Glenn Parsons (b. New York City). Creator of UXB Stencil and its companion UXB Spray in 2011, rough stencil typefaces. He also designed the tattoo typeface Dragon Fang (2011), Sugarbang (2012, comic book style), and the octagonal wedge typeface Spacepod (2012).

In 2013, Glenn created the comic book style typefaces Rocket Pop, Rocket Pop Outline and Koo Koo Puff. Signal 1885 (2013) is a vintage cursive script.

In 2014, he published Hexxes (a hexagonal typeface family), the retro futuristic mutant typography typeface Redrail Superfast.

Typefaces frrom 2015: Barn Owl (layered eroded wood style).

Typefaces from 2016: Bonewire, Tin Sign (vintage weathered style).

Typefaces from 2017: Digideco (retro-futuristic).

Typefaces from 2018: Fabbabi (a retro headline type), Surfoid, Smilodon (crayon font).

Typefaces from 2021: Fluffenhaus (a display typeface about which Glenn writes: The glyphs are soft serve ice cream, sorta Cooper Black after too much party. A fun playful look that suggests the 1960s and 1970s).

Typefaces from 2022: Monoicono (encircled icons related to environmental, health, weather, emergency, quality control, and synergy). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Asyan Design
[Ismail Abdurrasyid]

Bantul, Indonesia-based designer of several icon sets (Ecommerce, Football, Bathroom, Moslem Worship), and handcrafted typefaces sucxh as Kinley (2019: monoline script), Layla Script (2019), Star Medina (2019: an Arabic simulation typeface), Zamalek (2019: a script typeface), Seggo Jagung (2019: a minimalist monoline sans), Jaguar (2019: squarish), Sinau (2019: a script typeface) and Modaz (2019: an all caps brush typeface for horror applications).

Typefaces from 2020: Sharifa (script), Emyrla (2020: a minimalist futuristic sans), Samosan (2020: titling sans), and Marrowish (titling serif). Creative Fabrica link. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Design studio in Gijon, Spain, set up by Asturian designers Raul Garcia del Pomar and Ismael Gonzalez. One of them studied graphic design in Salamanca. Atipo produced the donationware typeface Cassannet in 2012. This beautiful sans typeface is modeled after art deco lettering by Cassandre. It was adjusted and expanded to six styles in 2016 as Cassannet Plus.

In 2012, they published the free twitterware round sans family Bariol, which has its own dedicated web page. This was followed by the wonderful set of icons called Bariol Icons. In 2015, they published the tweetware / donationware rounded typeface family Bariol Serif.

Typefaces from 2013: Salomé (a fat didone, +Stencil, +Italic, +Deco). Dedicated web page.

The text typeface Calendas (2011, Paula Gutierrez). Additional weights were custom-made for the magazine Town & Country.

They created a bespoke wayfinding font / icon set for London Luton Airport in 2014.

Typefaces from 2015: Geomanist---I guess the name comed from geometric and humanist. In general, I can't imagine a worse marriage but this one actually works.

Typefaces from 2016: Seville (a custom font for Fitbit Blaze, based on Bariol), Semcon (for the Swedish engineering firm Forsman & Bodenfors).

Typefaces from 2017: Archia (a technical / architectural sans family), Noway (Noway was originally designed as a corporate and signage typeface for London Luton Airport. It has 159 icons and five weights, and is an ideal wayfinding font family), Noway Round.

Typefaces from 2018: Solano & Catalan (a corporate typeface), Aceña (a corporate typeface), Silka (a geometric descendant of Futura), Musetta (a fashion mag thin sans), Basier (a Helvetica-style neutral sans family with horizontal and vertical terminals, with a choice of round or square tittles).

Typefaces from 2019: Parking (an all caps art deco by Marc Valli), Basier Mono, Bould, Chaney (caps only, for display).

Typefaces from 2020: Sawton (a 15-style monolinear condensed geometric sans family consisting of Circular, Industrial and Bauhaus subfamilies), Silka Mono, Wotfard (a malleable geometric sans: time for soulful functionality), Argesta (a fashion mag typeface).

Typefaces from 2021: Novela ( a rational serif for use in texts), Izoard and Izoard Soft (a monolinear sans inspired by the text on the monument atop the mythical Col d'Izoard in France which is frequently featured in the Tour de France), Strawford (a 14-style monolinear neo-geometric sans), Scilla Display ( an elegant high-contrast serif typeface inspired by the shapes of the flowers with sharp edges and organic curves).

Typefaces from 2022: N27 (an over-the-top hipster sans classified as avant-garde by Atipo), Stampa (an all caps sans serif typeface inspired by La Stampa's nameplate used by the weekly's sports supplement in Turin in 1902).

Behance link. Bariol site. Interview in 2012 by Unostiposduros. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Austin Andrews

Chicago, IL-based designer of Beer Glasses (2015) and Material Design Icons (2015: free). Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Avana Vana

New York City-based designer of Hermetica (2018), a dingbat font that contains 750 cultural and religious symbols. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ayman Hafez

Mansourah, Egypt (and/or New York City)-based designer of the Latin sans typeface Firsta (2012). Now based in New York City, he also designed the free font Burnit (2012), and the rounded typefaces Cobera (2013), Limon (2013), Over Sea (2013), Bazyl (2013), Fada (2013), Fagr (2013), Coll 3D (2013), Cool Bold (2013), Maw (2013), Awesome Outline (2013) and MyBold (2013). He also made Up Down (2013), Carpenter Tools (2013, dingbats), Stop It (2013), Bold Box (2013), Youm (2013), Quick Run (2013), Gangnam (2013), Prison Tattoo (2013), Web Tools (2013, icons), Labels (2013), Social Media Font (2013), Shehab (2013) and Social Font Icons (2013). He runs Fontm.com.

Home page. Dafont page. Behance link. Fontspace link. Another Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aytekin Arikan

Aka Semiotica. Istanbul-based designer of the ine Tech Inn Line Icon font (2016). Graphicriver link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Azahara Teso

Cordoba, Spain-based designer of Mezquita (2015) and Station K Icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

B. Agaric
[Agaric Type]

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Bala G

Mumbai, India-based designer of the icon font Green Turn Water Saver (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Banzai Tokyo
[Sergey Epifanov]

Experimental foundry in Toulouse. Run by Sergey Epifanov (b. 1978, Kostroma, Russia), a graphic designer and an illustrator, it sells fonts like Banzai Moloko (2009) via MyFonts.

In 2013, Banzai Tokyo published the icon font Web Hosting Hub Glyphs Essentials.

Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Baobaby Studio

Type foundry in Opoczno, Poland. Their type designs include the all caps poster typeface WILK (2012: This font was created specially for fairy tale of Little Red Riding Hood and it was inspired by the big bad wolf), STIFF (2012, a squarish typeface), Borba (2012, a minimalist monoline sans typeface), Borba Sans (2012, a rounded monoline sans family), Frykas Regular (2012, a minimalist monoline sans typeface), Pasek (2012, an octagonal paper-fold typeface based on two-sided paper), Vintage Wedding (2012, a set of 355 icons divided in three fonts, Table, Arrows, and Symbols, but there also other icons such as telephones, neckties, hearts, wedding gear, and so forth), and Retro Frames (2012).

Typefaces from 2014: Bread and Confectionary, Dairy, Vegetables, Meat and Seafood, Fruits.

Typefaces from 2017: Cacko (a slightly curvy sans family).

Typefaces from 2018: Fajny, Fajowy. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Barbara Cachan

Illustrator and designer in Valencia, Spain, who studied at the University of Salamanca, class of 2014. She designed some icons (2016) and published the remarkable knife cut typeface Mudanzas (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Baron Chau

Graphic designer in Sydney, Australia, who created Network Typeface (2014). This modular chromatic typeface lends itself easily to glyph compositions in Latin, Chines and devanagari, and is also usefl for creating icons. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Basari Design

Berlin-based studio. Designers of the icon font The Earth (2016). Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bata Barata (or: Brandbusters)
[Boris Borisogljepski]

Belgrade-based creator of these typefaces in 2012: Hokus Pokus (hand-printed), Airport Arrival, Trotoar (grunge). 500 icons and a set of medal icons called Medals in 2012. In 2013, he added Trotoar (grunge).

Graphic River link. Brandbusters link. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Kanda Euatham]

Kanda Euatham (Chiang Mai, Thailand) runs Becris. In 2016, he designed the Latin typeface Becris Rounded Monoline. In 2017, he created Becristica (blackletter), Clean Line Icons, and Mono Virgin Script. Creative Market link. Creative Fabrica link.

IN 2019, Euatham set up Paramajan. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Beiruo He

Chicago, IL-based designer of the tape font Bei (2017) and a set of family icons (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Belén La Rivera

Chilean codesigner (with Dominique Tetzner) of the icon typeface Pictos Latinos, which won an award at Tipos Latinos 2014. In 2015, she published the serif typeface Manola from her new home in New York City, as well as the text typeface Ramiro and the angular italic typeface Violeta, which were created during her studies at Type@Cooper. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ben Buysse

Art director, type designer and illustrator working in Brooklyn, New York, who does mainly custom work for clients such as Entertainment weekly, ESPN, Fortune Magazine, grantland, GQ and NBC. His typefaces include

  • Zeedraak (2012). A free typeface inspired by sea monsters and blackletter typography.
  • World Cup Typeface (2016). For ESPN Magazine World Cup special issue.
  • Fancy Pants (2016). A classy stylish sans.
  • Beach Drink Icons (2016).

Behance link. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ben Grib
[Black Bird Foundry]

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Benedict Leung

As a student at Wheaton College, Hong Kong-based Benedict Leung designed Galactico (2017) and Fish Of The Reef Icon Set (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Benjamin Humphrey
[Jigsoar icons]

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Beril Karabulut

During her studies in Ankara, Turkey, Beril Karabulut created the calligraphic typeface Caligrazon (2014) and the Sarus Icons (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Biliana Velikova

Bucharest, Romania-based designer of the school project typeface Impossible Numbers (2015) and the school project icon set Supermarket Pictograms (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bill Cardona Carreras

Mahon (or Mao), Menorca-based art director, who created the rounded tweetware stencil typeface Puig (2014), and Adventure Icon Set (2014). Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bill Kenney

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Black Bird Foundry
[Ben Grib]

Ben Grib (Black Bird Foundry, and Black Bird Press, South Africa) created the Western signage typefaces Excelsior and Indiana Headline in 2015. He also made the handcrafted signage typeface Deputy Serif (2015). On Behance, we read that the foundry is associated with Chris Bushey in Bongoville, Gabon. Chris made the Victorian signage typeface Fancy Pants (or Foxtrot). They also made several great sets of icons and drawing including Animalia, Le Kitchen and Fruits. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Blagoy Hristov

Denmark-based designer of the Latin / Cyrillic display typeface Kalofer (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿


Major icon designer located in Ukraine. Their icon sets include (the best-selling) Futuro Line Icons (2013, updated in 2020), Flatty Icons, Brighty Flat Icons, Monoline Icons, Smarty Flat Icons and Monoflat Icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

BluGraphic (or: Graphic Pear)
[Wassim Awadallah]

BluGraphic (Wassim Awadallah, Beirut, Lebanon; but also claimed to be in Bern, Switzerland) specializes in free vector format graphics and typefaces. These include the modular sans typeface family Form (2014), and a collection of vector format icons (2013), weather symbols (2013) and arrows (2014). In 2017, he designed the tall sans typeface Giraffey, Viana Script, Valencia, Quenos (didone caps), Soigné (italic fashion mag typeface), Rhama Gothic (blackletter), Florence Script, Alvania, Prink Script, Virtuous Slab, Less Sans, Amigo Script and Holland Script. In 2018, he designed Strain and Tempo (a free modular typeface).

Typefaces from 2019: Lemon&Fresh, Germany (script), Cremona (a free fashion sans), Designer (sans). Behance link. BluGraphic link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bob Vranken

Graphic designer in Brugge, Belgium, who designed Philips TV Icons in 2017. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bobby Voeten

Bobby Voeten (Crop, Amsterdam, The Netherlands) designed the animated sans typeface Haywire in 2014 and Rubber Font in 2015. In 2015, he also designed Exova Dashboard Icons. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bojan Stefanovic

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Boris Borisogljepski
[Bata Barata (or: Brandbusters)]

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A free icon font made in 2012. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brandy S. Carney
[Ion Icons]

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Brankic 1979

Designer of 350 Pixel Perfect Icons (2017) and a free Social Media Icons set (2011). Free download. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brave Type (was: Brave Lion Fonts)
[Leonhard Katschner]

Berlin, Germany-based designer, who is a member of a consortium called USE (or USE Mediengestaltung, or: Union Sozialer Einrichtungen GmbH). In 2019, he started his own commercial foundry, Brave Lion Fonts. His fonts include the sharp-edged all caps sans typeface Masculina (2019), the pixel typeface Block Rock (2018), Nasa 21 (2019), Reduza Infinity (2019: a minimalist monoline sans), Neue Jugend (2019: an all caps art nouveau typeface) and Versalis Ink (2019).

Typefaces from 2020: Character Sans (a 5-style sans), Flatfoot (a display mini-serif), Hybridea (a display serif with high contrast).

Typefaces from 2021: Knive (display serif), Easy Sans, Valkyrie (slab serif caps), Wayne (a Western style slab serif), Writing Icons, Travel Icons, Kosmon (an aerospace font).

Typefaces from 2022: Mash, Moony (an 8-style all caps sans). Creative Fabrica link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

[Yaroslav Samoilov]

Tolyatti, Samara Oblast, Russia-based designer of Maker (2016, a creepy handcrafted typeface). His main products are icons, however. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Joe Jimenez]

Joe Jimenez (aka Breezi) is the creator of the free font Breezi Icon Set (2012).

Fontspace link. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brian QC

Argentinian creator of Social Icon (2013, free at Dafont). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Britt Edwards

Britt Edwards is a graphic designer and illustrator in Toronto, Canada. In 2015, she created the handcrafted typeface Hyperbole. In 2014, she designed a set of icons. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brittany Deighton
[The Warehouse (or: Warehouse Design)]

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[Stefano Giliberti]

Salerno, Italy-based designer of these typefaces in 2018: Sonica (a rounded techno sans), Giordano (a geometric sans), Sauro (techno family), Deciso (octagonal / mechanical / brutalist: free), Adita (sans), Partita (a free outlined pixel font family), Marmo (slab serif), Denso (sans), Apice (a free sans), Altero (titling sans), Parco (a rounded octagonal multilined typeface family), Mani (a free set of hand icons), Sagoma (bilined), Serico (a free semi-calligraphic display typeface), (Altero (caps only sans), Animosa (free), Voluta (rounded sans, with a handicapped lower case e), Stoica (a fine monolinear sans), Anodina (free), Mandorlato (a free display typeface with almond-shaped glyphs).

Typefaces from 2019: Osmica.

Typefaces from 2021: Desta (a squarish family in 18 styles, with some styles branded neon), Agosto (a dry brush script with calligraphic roots). Blog.

Typefaces from 2022: Valerio (a high contrast boutique serif). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bruno Aloy

Bruno Aloy is located in Versailles, Argentina. His creations include Typorama (2014, at FADU / UBA). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Build Interactive
[Adrian Pelletier]

Wolfeboro, New Hampshire-based graphic designer whose company is called Build Interactive. In 2015, he created the rugged handcrafted all caps signage typeface Northern Passage. In 2016, he added the poster font Speed Track (renamed Fast Track). Typefaces from 2017: Bakwoods Cabin, Fifties Paint Brush. Typefaces from 2018: Timber Hitch, Lunar Tundra Brush, Mini Nature Icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Brand and digital design agency in Coimbra, Portugal, est. 2005. Behance link. In 2015, they published the semi-stencil bilined typeface Nomada (by Bruno Rodrigues), and a set of icons called Building Pictogram. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cagdas Ilke Unal
[Föy Studio]

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Cameron McEfee

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Camila Leao

Artist in Sao Paulo, Brazil, who created the typefaces Talking Heads, camila (octagonal) and Faction Sans in 2014. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Camille Lucas

Graphic designer in Saint-Tropez, France. In 2012, she created a set of typographic icons called Signe. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carey-Anne Jayanandham

At the University of Johannesburg in 2016, Carey-Anne Jayanandham designed the icons for the Zoo Lake wayfinding system, and published a potato stamp tribute to Adrian Frutiger (2016). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carine de Wandeleer

Carine de Wandeleer was born in Argentina to a French-Belgian immigrant family. She studied fine arts and graphic design at University of Buenos Aires, but lives and works in Spain.

Kycka (2011) is a hand-printed slab serif family designed for children's books. Karty (2011, Eurotypo) is a blackboard bold pair of typefaces inspired by Baskerville. Marilyn (2011, Eurotypo) is an informal bouncy heavy sans face. Natalie (2011) is a condensed slab serif face.

In 2012, she published the connected script family Gilda, the informal cursive typefaces Zanya, Miss Seshat (Eurotypo) and Belha, the script typeface Lirio (Eurotypo), the hand-printed Pimpin, and the fat finger family Souffle.

Typefaces from 2013: Aleka (a vampire script in the style of Bombshell Pro), Mots (a light feminine script), Vernaccia, Eydis (connected script), Bonna (a successful calligraphic family), Rocha (funky cartoon style), Mussa (a curly children's book font), Onna (multiline script), Blondy (curly signage script), Gemma (connected script), Gemmadonati (another connected script), Lavinia (signage script), Ameglia (seductive upright flourished vernacular script).

Typefaces from 2014: Juliette, Urbis (curly script), Tansy (a charming connected script), Flamenca (connected script), Mde Sade (flowing wedding script), Nubila, Gardeny (script), Eroli (connected calligraphic script), Andria (script), Kumma (script), Tout, Tout Web Icons, Tout Restaurant Icons.

Typefaces from 2015: Parisi (calligraphic script), Scintillae Script, Santa Rita (signage script), Kira (brushy font), Amorino, Aprilis (signage script), Redbird (brush script), Muscari (connected script), Ambar (connected script with a roman caps set called Ambar Serif).

Typefaces from 2016: Lyllo, Redmoon Basic, Sond (brush script), Nuit (an informal typeface based on hand-printing), Wildly (brush type), Bloem (Script and Sans), Brun (brush typeface), Joias, Scriptum (brush script).

Typefaces from 2017: Halley, Brighten (brush script), Decize (an ornamental didone), Tapa (a sharp-serifed text family), Serenus, Pasteque, Galia, Mikha, Mikha Sans, Junius.

Typefaces from 2018: Anemos (a powerful retro signage script), Bernyck (retro script), Mathylda Script (a calligraphic signature font), Cinefile, Stanffords (a brush script paired with Stanffords Sans), Clauques Script and Sans (a signature script), Jacine (Sans+Script), Pial, Mont Rose (based on examples published in Script Lettering (1957, M. Meijer)), Barcares, MyBella (a casual calligraphic script), Skyr Pro (handcrafted), Gageac (a decorative didone), Atmosfera (a glamour sans based on didone contrast), Waylom (script).

Typefaces from 2019: Novata, Violant (a medieval script), Manises (inspired by a text written on a 16th century tile), Mostaza (a signage script), Trauville (calligraphic), Magie, Magie Slim, Beauville Script (a retro script), Bovary (a calligraphic script).

Typefaces from 2020: Turer (all caps, in the Tekton or Koch Antiqua genre), Indalo (a casual script), Rhodes (a calligraphic typeface), Calinda, Aulas (a decorative serif), Raspail (copperplate calligraphy), Calagio (a casual script), Clichy (a casual sans), Colomby (copperplate round English handwriting), Rembord (an inclined script), Montigny (emulating an 18th century roundhand script).

Typefaces from 2021: Verbum (a casual bold script), Grao (a casual script), Tarnese (a calligraphic script), Real Blues (script), Brabon (a heavy signage script), Escaut (a wide inky script).

Typefaces from 2022: Cockcrow (a connected sans), Castagna (a calligraphic script). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Carla Porciuncula

Buenos Aires-based designer of an identity and an icon set for Republica de los Niños (2012).

In 2013, she started working on Kaiser Type.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Santiago

Interactive designer in Chicago who created a beautiful Didot poster in 2012. He also created a custom icon set for a hotel in midtown Chicago in 2012.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carolina Fernandez

During her graphic design studies in Sao Paulo, Carolina Fernandez created Gothic Fernandez (2013, a hand-printed typeface). She also designed Shopping pictograms in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carrois Type Design
[Ralph du Carrois]

Carrois Type Design (Berlin, Germany) started up officially ca. 2010, although Ralph du Carrois has been designing typefaces since ca. 2002. This dynamic company in Germany has three art directors, Jenny du Carrois, Anja Meiners and Botjo Nikoltchev. All three also design typefaces, as well as Adam Twardoch, Andreas Eigendorf and Ralph du Carrois himself. The company specializes in custom type.

Typefaces (a *very* incomplete list, with apologies, but I can't tell from the web site who made what...):

  • Allzweck MvdR (2010-2011), a revival of a sans typeface influenced by Planzkissen by Mies van der Rohe. This was commissioned by Neue Nationalgalerie.
  • The corporate typeface Cisco Sans (2010), which is positioned midway between Helvetica and Akzidenz Grotesk.
  • Fira Sans (2013, for Firefox; with Erik Spiekermann). Google Web Font link. Mozilla download page. Google web Fonts published Fira Sans Condensed and Fira Sans Extra Condensed (2012-2016) in 2017. CTAN link.
  • Krikrikrak and Blumenkohl (2013, children's scripts).
  • PTL Manohara (2010, Primetype: a humanist sans by Botio Nikoltchev), Sadgirl(2006, Primetype), and PTL Maurea (2005, Primetype). Ralph du Carrois made many more fonts at Primetype prior to the establishment of Carrois Type design.
  • Free Google Web Fonts made in 2012: ABeeZee (Anja Meiners: a sans typeface created to help children), Carrois Gothic, Carrois Gothic SC, Finger Paint (brush face).
  • Icon fonts for a number of companies: Bosch (2011), Herzberger Bäckerei (2011), Hybride Iconwelt (2007), Ponce, Russian Rail, Sentres Wettericons, ZDF Nachrichten.
  • Several typefaces were created in cooperation with Erik Spiekermann's group between 2007 and 2012. These include work on Meta Serif Pro (2011), Meta Science (2012: done for De Gruyter, it is based on Meta and Meta serif), FF Meta (2008: some thin italic weights), TERN or Trans European Road Network (2007-2008), ZDF Nachrichten (2009, plus many icons), Lautschrift (2012: a phonetic script done for Erik Spiekermann to add to his Meta and Meta Serif families), and Unit Slab Pro (2009).
  • Inarea Sans (2003) and Inarea (2003-2005).
  • FR Classic (2002). This typeface was used in the redesign of the Frankfurter Rundschau. This didone is based on a reworking of LT Gianotten by Antonio Pace.
  • Two condensed sans typefaces done for the subway system in Rome in 2005. Some icons were also made in that project.
  • Share (2006). A free techno monospaced family made for the TYPO3 Association.
  • An angular grotesk done in 2008 for the Russian Railways. This work was carried out with Dmitri Lavrow, and invloved Andreas Eigendorf and Ralph du Carrois.
  • Suzuki (2006) is a corporate gothic font that replaces Franklin Gothic at Suzuki as house style.

About Ralph du Carrois, b. 1975: He graduated at the Staatliche Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe in 2004 with his first typeface family PTL Maurea. Since 2000 he has worked for different companies or agencies. In 2003 he founded the studio seite4 in Berlin with its main focus on type design and corporate identity design. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Casey Conroy

A graduate of Missouri State University, Casey Conroy now lives and works in Saint Louis, MO, and is associated wth webster University. Designer at FontStruct in 2008 of Reilly. His stencil typeface Bridge was developed between 2008-2010. Other typefaces by him include Globose (a rounded sans), Xtina (2009), and Ovoid (2008-2009, recreation of Emigre's squarish typeface Oblong). In 2014, he designed Webster Today Icons for Webster University. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Casiopea (PUCV)
[Gley Riquelme]

Casiopea is a design cooperative in the style of a Spanish language wiki, and is associated with EAD rquitectura y Diseño PUCV in Chile.

One sub-project is the Hospital signage project started in 2011 by Sofia Savoy and Gley Riquelme in Santiago. This led to a free sans typeface Hospital, and an accompanying Hospital Icons font. Both are graphic design graduates from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, or PUCV.

Behance link for Gley Carolina Roquelme. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Catalin Fertu

Designer of the free icon set BigMug. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Catherine Kosasih

Portland, OR-based graphic designer who made Traditional Aztec (2013), a typeface custom made for American Trails in Talent, OR. She also designed a set of aquarium pictograms in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cecilia Negri

Cecilia (b. Trento, Italy) is a designer and illustrator based in Trento, Italy, who studied at ISIA Urbino. In 2012, Cecilia Negri and Virginia Nardelli, who where then both located in Milan, took the Fiat logo, and set out to design a full (condensed, octagonal) alphabet by extrapolation, called the Fiat Typeface. She also designed a set of animal silhouettes called Dinner Time (2017).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cesar Araya

Chilean type designer in the Latinotype team. Corporative Sans, Corporative Sans Rounded and Corporative are large typeface familes created by the Latinotype Team in 2015. In particular, they were developed by Javier Quintana and Cesar Araya, under the supervision of Luciano Vergara, and Daniel Hernandez.

Check out Biblioteca (2015) by Roberto Osses, Cesar Araya, Patricio Gonzalez and Diego Aravena: this typeface won an award at Tipos Latinos 2016.

In 2017, Sergio Ramirez, Cesar Araya and the Latinotype Team developed the information design super-large typeface family Informative (+pictograms as a tribute to Gerd Arntz: Informative Alimentation, Informative City, Informative Energy, Informative People, Informative Politics, Informative Sports, Informative Work).

In 2016, Cesar Araya and Daniel Hernandez co-designed the very Latin / curvy / warm slab serif typeface family Hernandez Niu. In addition, Bercz Design Studio, Latinotype Team, Rodrigo Fuenzalida, and Cesar Araya co-designed the expressive typeface family Snatch, which comes with Snatch Dingbats.

In 2019, Cesara Araya and Fadhl Waliy Haqq published the didone variant Bunta.

Together with Alfonso Garcia, Cesar Araya designed the spurless sans family Branding SF (2019, Latinotype).

Typefaces from 2020: Organetto (at Latinotype: a 50-style all caps headline or poster typeface based on early 20th century examples), Spock (2020: a 48-style demi-sans demi-slab family by Luciano Vergara, Cesar Araya and Rodrigo Fuenzalida), Corporative Slab (developed together with the Latinotype team, it is characterized by asymmetric roof slabs on the lower case x and y). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Chen Zhang

Graduate of Iowa State University, now based in San Francisco. In 2016, she designed the display typeface The Curl, which is inspired by curled paper. She also made Tarot Card Icons (2016). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chiharu Tanaka

Chiharu Tanaka was born and raised in Japan. She completed her Bachelor's degree of Textile Design in Tokyo and worked at design companies for a few years. She subsequently received her MFA in Graphic Design from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco in 2009, and remained in San Francisco area ever since. She worked as a graphic and type designer for John McNeil Studio (2009-2010), Landor Associates (2009-2010), Psy/Ops (2010-present) and Morisawa (2016-present). Her typefaces:

  • The roman and ornamental retail typeface family HaruNami (2010, Psy Ops). She writes: HaruNami (spring wave) is a family of decorative typefaces which fuse together Japanese ornamentation with the Roman alphabet. My purpose with this project is to find a balance between the designs of the West and the East. My hope is to share the Japanese aesthetic with an International audience. HaruNami has a unique stylistic system that ranges from Simple to Ornate.
  • Corporate typefaces for Tokyu Hands (an icon set, dated 2002), Landor (San Diego Zoo), Psy/Ops (Chevrolet; Bollinger Motors). Louis, done for Chevrolet under the creative direction of Rodrigo Cavazos at Psy/Ops, is a six-style DIN-like industrial grotesque for Latin and Cyrillic.
  • The corporate typefaces Reitmans Script.
  • Tegaki. An experimental brush script.
  • Mie. A hand-drawn font that attempts to obfuscate the border between letters and art.
  • Txt 1010 (2014). An experimental typeface to make fancy borders using opentype prowess. Done together with Carolina de Bartolo while working at Psy/Ops.
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Chloe Stokes

During her studies at UOG, Cheltenham, United Kingdom-based Chloe Stokes designed a display typeface (2016) and Outdoor Icons (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chris Coyier
[Flat icons and icon fonts]

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Christelle Hayek

During her studies in Saida, Lebanon, Christelle Hayek created the lapidary typeface Chrisel (2014), an angular rhythmic Arabic typeface (2014), and Map Design Pictograms (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christian Gamba Pardo

Designer in Bogota, Colombia, who made the street art icon typeface Calle26 (2016) and the flowery icon font Aguadija (2015-2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christian Gamba Pardo

Freelance Colombian designer who specializes in lettering, editorial design, and illustration. He produced several icon fonts related to topics of nature and Colombian culture: Aguadija (2020: floral icons based on orchids), Calle 26 (2020: based on graffiti art by Guache, Toxicomano and DjLu). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Christian Naths

Christian Naths (Edmonton, Alberta) created the experimental typeface Redacted (2013) and the icon font Climacons (2013, with Adam Whitcroft). Github link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christo Bino

Thessaloniki, Greece and Korce, Albania-based designer of the fine free (Latin) display typeface Geometrico (2016). His main thing, though, is the design of sets of icons, such as the large varied sets Slimicons (2016) and Sharpicons (2016). His company is called Dreamstale. Behance link. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christopher Jackson

British creator of The Dog Ate My Homework (2016), Social Circles (2016, web icons), Christopher's Scribble (2013) and Arty Signature (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chrystian Zaldana

During his studies in Antiguo Cuscatian, El Salvador, Chrystian Zaldana created the display typeface Added (2013). He also designed a set of mock icons for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cindy Kinash
[Cultivated Mind]

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Claire Angeli Lua

During her studies in Cebu City, The Philippines, Claire Angeli Lua created the retro Sci Fo Icons set (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Claire Larkins

As a student in Madison, WI, Claire Larkins designed a set of lifestyle icons and the modular typeface Slice in 2016. Behance link [Google] [More]  ⦿

Claudio Gomboli

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Clément Barbé
[Studio B (or: La Station B)]

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COG Graphics
[Ivan Ginev]

Sofia, Bulgaria-based designer of The Elegant set (a free 187-icon set; 2020), and of a fat face style fat antiqua for Latin and Cyrillic (2020), which is based on specimen from Bulgarian artist Boris Angelushev which Ivan found in a typography book. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cole Bemis

Frontend developer in San Luis Obispo, CA, who designed a great set of SVG format open source icons called Feather (2018). See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Collin Konetzke

During his studies at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Collin Konetzke designed the textured typeface Golden Brown (2017) and Bright Cellars Icons (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Conor Muirhead
[Icon Stacks]

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CoType Foundry

CoType is the London-based type foundry of Mark Bloom and Joe Leadbeater, est. 2019. Their typefaces include

  • Aeonik and Aeonik Pro (2018). A 14-weight sans typeface family by Joe Leadbeater and Mark Bloom. Aeonik supports Latin, Greek and Cyrillic, and is accompanied by a variable font. Followed in 2022 by Aeonik Mono and Aeonik Fono.
  • Altform (2021). A low contrast sans family by Mark Bloom. Designed by mixing geometric and grotesque elements, it has many weights and is accompanied by a two-axis (weight, italic tilt) variable font.
  • Ambit (2019). A sans by Mark Bloom: Ambit is an eccentric and unique sans serif font inspired by early grotesques, but adapted for the 21st century. It is characterized by the misbehaving curly lower case f and r glyphs.
  • Coanda (2019). A techno typeface by Mark Bloom, who writes: Coanda: an ideology of the future, crafted from the past. Coanda honours the ambitious outlook of 20th century designers Wim Crouwel and Mimmo Castellano, and pays respect to the meticulous detail crafted by The Designers Republic.
  • Orbikular (2020). A 5-weight modern typeface by Mark Bloom.
  • RM Neue (2019). A sans by Mark Bloom. The first iteration of RM was released in 2011, followed by RM Pro in 2016. RM Neue is a completely redrawn and redesigned adaptation of RM Pro, previously available in only three weights. Bloom writes: Inspired by utilitarian neo-grotesques, RM Neue aims to be a timeless addition to each designer's font repertoire and has been designed to be clean and legible at all sizes.
  • Betatron (2021). Sci-fi.
  • Scandium (2021). a 14-style sans: Scandium is a contemporary sans with open shapes and a technical vibe inspired by the needs of the automotive industry---openness, performance, and style. With its modestly squared curves, high x-height, and vertical terminals, Scandium marries performance with purpose. It includes many icons and some emojis.
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Creative Media Lab
[Kadek Adi Mahardika]

Bali, Indonesia-based designer (b. 1983) of Baruna (2018: vintage decorative font), Brotherley (2018), the hilarious Chef Characters Icons (2018), the sans typeface Drupadi (2018), the ball terminal typeface Cameo Sweet Gothic (2018), the handcrafted typefaces Miyake Signature (2018), Kiddo Handwriting (2018), Puralova Script (2018) and Children Alien (2018).

Typefaces from 2019: Jollin, Jollin Family, Popstick (an ultra-smooth popart style rounded sans), Yellost (blackletter), Chalk and Pamor, Little Pea, Tropiello (Tuscan, Victorian), Pink Shark, Molga, Othelie (swashy and medieval), Brume, Little Pea, Kuashe (monoline), Lordish (blackletter), Blue Angel, Black Cameo (spurred), Puralova, Milova (a great calligraphic typeface).

Typefaces from 2020: Zolina (a decorative sans, with a variable font added), Black Mango (a chic 10-style display sans with some flared stems; +a variable font), Mesdag, Prettywise (a decorative serif), Loubag (an elegant short-ascender vintage display typeface in ten styles), Kooka (a variable width stylish exaggerated wedge serif family), Belle Story (a high contrast display serif), Losta Masta (a decorative serif), Matterdi (a fashion mag family with an extremely large x-height), Popstone (psychedelic, with a variable font), Carpellon (a tattoo font), Dorris (a swirly psychedelic font), Losta Masta, Mavera (a modular display font), Rajjah Famillia (a blackletter), Allaina (a Victorian serif), Kaoly (a stylish bold serif), Cattedrale (blackletter).

Typefaces from 2021: Losta Bonita (psychedelic), Black Mango (Kadek Mahardika) (display sans), Naskle (psychedelic), Reggy (psychedelic), Losta Frida (a curvy display serif), Parka (a decorative saber-edged stencil typeface in nine styles), Missy Voya (a decorative serif), Greyst (a fashion mag display typeface), Skinny Joe (revisiting the bell bottom 1980s in a wonderful wide display family), Morgy (intestinal), Magrit (an ultra-fat high-contrast display typeface), Pretty Boy (a decorative serif family), Catavalo (a 6-style fashion mag typeface), Voire (a swirly lachrymal serif family consisting of 18 fonts), Viva Kaiva (an intestinal and perhaps psychedelic typeface), Pink Crestelle (a ten style display typeface, and a variable font), Benoa (a 7-style decorative serif).

Typefaces from 2022: Losta Nova (11 styles), Mango Style (10 styles; a stylish wide display sans with straight terminal endings: +a variable font), Cobya (a variable fashion mag family in 28 styles, influenced by ocean waves and liquids), Missy Voya (a stylish display serif), Losta Nova. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Cristian Bogdan Rosu

Weiden, Germany-based designer of icon sets and typefaces. His type designs include Kernl Grotesk (2019) and the sci-fi font Future Primitive (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cristiana Costin

During her graphic design studies in Bucharest, Romania, Cristiana Costin created Single Line Typeface (2014) and Braila City Icon Set (2014). In 2016, she designed a hybrid of Bodoni and Gill. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cristina Pagnotta
[Cristina Pi]

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Cristina Pi
[Cristina Pagnotta]

Italian art directore designer in London who created the futuristic typeface Space, the modern geometric sans typeface King Lear, and the free Peignotian typeface family Audrey in 2016. In 2015, she made a free EPS format set of icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Crystian Cruz

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CSS Tricks: Icon fonts

A style sheet example for creating useful colored variabl-size icons for web sites. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cultivated Mind
[Cindy Kinash]

Cindy Kinash is an apparel graphic designer from Canada. She started the Cultivated Mind foundry in 2012, and made a reputation as a script font designer. She published the hand-printed poster typefaces Amour (2012), Happy Cloud (2012), Have a nice day (2012, +Ornaments), Gionni (2012), Dreamy Hand (2012), Taluhla (2012) and Hello I Like You (2012). Requiem (2012) is grungy.

Cocobella (2012) is a delightful Treefrog-style connected brush script. Luella (2012) is a vintage poster font family. It includes several typefaces with ornaments.

Typefaces from 2013: Pacific Northwest (hand-drawn poster typeface), Mimbie (+Kitschy Ornaments, +Spooky Ornaments, +Social Media Icons), Maisy.

Typefaces from 2014: Westcoast Letters, the curly typeface Veronia (2014, with Callie Hegstrom), Local Market (with Charles Gibbons), True North (with Charles Gibbons: a set of letterpress emulation and poster typefaces in all caps; +Extras), Ciao Bella (with Charles Gibbons: a hand-drawn copperplate script emulation with four lovely hand-drawn sets of floral ornaments), La Chic (sic) (a poster font family on a didone body, with several sets of frilly frames), Pacific Northwest Letters, Pacifc Northwest Labels, Azaelia (hand-painted; comes with a dingbat font that has handmade frames, page dividers, ribbons and fancy flourishes).

Typefaces from 2015: Mulberry Script, Glamour Brush, True North Textures (letterpress emulation; with Charles Gibbons), Wanderlust (watercolor brush script), Wanderlust Collection (including Wanderlust Letters Pro, Decorative, Boho, Chic, Shine, Gold, Caps, and Ornaments).

Typefaces from 2016: Viva Beautiful, Garden Grown (brush script; +US B, +US C Caps), Local Brewery (vintage script). Local Brewery evolved in 2020 into Local Brewery Collection, and includes Icons, Extras, a monoline script and a tall all caps monolinear sans.

Typefaces from 2017: Northwoods (handcrafted sans).

Typefaces from 2018: Beauty Club (a script and a didone text family), City Streetwear, Beauty Style, Bushcraft (a geometric monoline script).

Typefaces from 2019: Garden Collection, Viva Beautiful Collection, Northwoods Rough, Eastville Square (signage script).

Creative Market link. YWFT link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Dan Cederholm
[SimpleBits (or: Icon Shoppe)]

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Dani Marti

Haiku, Maui, HI-based designer of the display typeface Boga (2015) and the free 3d Escher effect font Volume (2015). He also made vector hand icons and a free AT Vecor Symbol Logo font.

Typefaces from 2017: the geometric solid typeface Malibu. Creative Market link. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel Bruce

Stockholm-based creator of the free icon font Entypo (2012).

Another URL for Entypo. Fontsquirrel link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel Peralta Casanova
[Duo Type]

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Daniel Utz

Daniel Utz lives in Stuttgart, Germany. Involved in corporate (graphic and type) and interactive design, he also teaches digital typography at the Hochschule für Gestaltung in Schwäbisch Gmünd. Designer of FF Netto (2008), a simple rounded sans family created for minimalist designs, signage, and pictograms. This was extended to FF Netto Icons UI in 2014. In 2023, FF Netto became simply Netto.

Typedia link. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Daniele Catalanotto

Graphic designer in Sierre and Lausanne (Switzerland). During his studies at ECAL (Lausanne), he made a cinematographic signage typeface called Geraldine (2011, named after Geraldine Page). Baskervilaine (2013) is a tweaked version of Baskerville. Severine (2013) is an ornamental caps typeface. Le Moche (2012) is a grotesk typeface. Sugarnir (2013) is a rune font.

In 2014, he designed the sans typeface Fryda (free beta version).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Danielle Huthart

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Danielle Quast Tostes

Designer in Sao Paulo, Brazil. During her studies at SENAC, she created the warm serif typeface Humbond Regular (2012) and the Victorian display typeface Deffugia (2012). In addition, she created Adventure Game Icons (2011) and Alien Pictogram Set (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Danielle Rouillard

Digital designer in Johannesburg, South Africa, who was part of the international effort in 2014 to create 45 icon sets that explain the self-destruction of the world. The book 45 Symbols published in Köln in 2014 introduces 45 projects of 45 symbols (so 45 times 45 icons in all) created by students from Parsons The New School For Design (New York), Academy of Media Arts Cologne, Hong Kong Baptist University, Lebanese American University Beirut. Falmouth University UK, and Universidad de los Andes (Bogota) on a variety of themes. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dario Ferrando

Graphic designer from Italy, freelancing in Berlin. Specializing in icons. He created the large free icon sets Linea (2014, including music, weather, e-commerce, software, arrowed and other subsets: free) and Outlined Icon Set (2014, free). See also PixsHub in New York City. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Darius Dan

Designer in Cluj, Romania, of the free vector icon set 3px Icons (2014). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dave Gandy

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David Alexander Slaager

Belgian (b. 1978) who lives in Brussels, aka Dasmuse. Designer at FontStruct in 2008 of the robotic dingbat fonts PolyFace, robo, robo2, LostRobo and BlocFace. Alpha 63 (2008) is a fat, futuristic face. In 2009, he added Monsterz and trubik77 (ultra fat techno face).

Creations from 2010: Ikoo (icon font), SayTwo (a gorgeous horizontally striped 3D face; free here), GenzzTop, GenzzBottom, PixyRobo (alphadings), Unik (2009), Unik2 (2011).

In 2012, he made Shaman Regular, Changaa.

Dafont link. Behance link. David Is Creative site, also run by him. Another URL. Another Behance link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

David Ferreira

Designer of the free icon set WPZoom Developer (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

David Figueiras
[Toon Planet Vector Assets]

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David Masson Allaire

Aka Malre and Malre Deszik. Melun Val de Seine, France-based designer (b. 1976) of the free handcrafted typeface Metrique (2014), which is based on China ink lettering done with a Rotring pen. In 2015, he created the grungy typeface Internet and the icon font Webs. In 2017, he published the rungy calligraphic typeface Gyiest Old.

Typefaces from 2018, all free: Typochok, Louizede, Absortile, LodisZit, Guasmally, Feedjique, Matea 3, Valiere 4, Wattafont Gras, Smartryck (grunge), Destruck (grunge), Schuwmatik (a fun take on Excoffon's style from the 1950s), Surprise (grunge), Thao Sao (retro comic book script; with Hung Lan Nguyen).

In 2020, he released Plastik (a handcrafted typeface), Plastik Deco, Umberto (a fat brush face), Vefirdix, and the grungy typeface Destruck V1. Home page. Open Font Library link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

David Phillips
[Komet & Flicker (was: StockBucket)]

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DC Fonts (was: Aught Five)
[Denise Chandler]

Eagle Mountain, UT-based creator of free and commercial fonts and icons, ca. 2014---often poster fonts in the style of Pintassilgo or Hanoded---including Pleasantly Plump Icons (2013), Skewed Icons, Stacked (2013), Torple (2014), DubBub (2014), End To End Mini (2014), The Right Stuff Mini (2014), Gab Mini (2014), Two and Two Mini (2014), Peabo (2014, stars and stripes font), Forfty Mini (2014), Scribble (2014), Quick & Dirty Mini (2014), Cedar (2016), Aquabella (2016).

Typefaces from 2017: Milk&Honey, Sweet&Silly, Barb&Cally, Chirp, Crackalackin, Mojave Script, Bottega, Beachwood, Truant, Totally Tubular, Marimba (rounded script in Wide, Sans, Slab and Doodles styles), Summertime (brush script), Waliroo (a creamy interlocking poster typeface), Hello Spring, Highflier, Strawberry Dreams, Childish Reverie (a great playful font).

Typefaces from 2018: Forever Grateful, Acres, Shriek (a Halloween font), Too Cool for School, Sketchy Story, Jokers, Cottage+Farmhouse, One in a Melon, Thin Stanley, Stacked, Labeck, Mother Nature, Kristof (for children's books), Anything Goes (another children's book font).

Typefaces from 2019: Skiba, BellaNotte, Mighty Mountain, Childlike, Lemon Slice, Spring Showers (font and umbrella doodles), Twinkle The Star, Better Be Lovely, Blanket of Snow.

Aka Aught Five, and as Denilchan. Creative Market link. Home page for Aught Five. Homer page for Denise Chandler. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Denis A. Serikov
[OT Lab]

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Denise Chandler
[DC Fonts (was: Aught Five)]

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Design by Pascal
[Pascal Barry]

Pascal Barry (London, UK) set up his own commercial type foundry, Design by Pascal, in 2015. His typefaces include LuLu (2015, a monoline, bifurcated serif typeface in all caps taht is based on a classic French biscuit logo). In 2013, he designed the hipster geometric sans serif typeface Cephalonia which is inspired by Greek engravings, and the icon set Iconoci (2013). Iconoci can be bought at Iconoci.. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

[Simon Bassler]

Simon Baßler (Designconcepts, Furtwangen, Germany) designed the free typeface Iconconcepts Round (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿


Icon designer. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Deyan Sedlarski

For a school project at the National Academy of Art in Sofia, Bulgaria, Deyan Sedlarski created the geometric Latin / Cyrillic typeface Klamer (2014). He also created an extensive series of car wash pictograms. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diego Cisneros

Lima, Peru-based designer of Digital Icons (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dima Karlov

Graphic designerr in Moscow who made a colorful Cyrillic stencil alphabet dedicated to Neville Brody (2015). Other typefaces for Latin and Cyrillic include Hollow Pixels (2015), Adhesive Tape (2015), and Multicolore (2015, a rounded sans done for his graduation). He also designed the pictograms Olympic Gods (2015) and Sportsmen (2015). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dina Makarita

Creator of Helvetica Nation (2012), a number of icons composed of Helvetica Medium glyphs. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ding Bang

Designer of the free sports logo or children's scanbat typefaces LFP (2014), NCAA The Americans (2014), NHL East (2014), MLS East (2014), NHL West (2014), MLS West (2014), MLB NL (2014), NFC (2014), Disney Family 1 (2014), NBA West (2014), NFL AFC (2014), MLB AL (2014), NBA East (2014), NCAA Big 10 (2014), Mosaic Sone (2014) and Black Hoops (2014). In 2014, he also made the dingbat fonts Shrek, Thanksgiving Day, Thanksgiving Turkey, MAC, C-USA, Christmas, New-year, Santa, Winter, Xmas-Gift, xmas-tree, Premier League, Calcio, SEC, Pac 12, NCAA ACC, Ligue 1, Disney Halloween, Halloween Logo, Autumn, Monster High, Bundes Liga, Big 12, Halloween Happy, Halloween, Finest, Pixar2, Pixar1, Shades of Grey [scanbats related to the movie 50 Shades of Grey], Princes and Summertime, and the dot matrix typefaces LED Bus and Black Ball.

Typefaces from 2015: Famous Car 1, Brasileirao, World Cup Logos, Ancient Weapons, Guns 2, Helmets, Cowboy, Horses 1, Fast Food Logos, Guns, Olimpic Icons 1, Winter Sport, Peppa Pig, Mickey Vintage, Proton Style, Sun Belt, MWC, King Lion, Social Manual.

Typefaces from 2016: Tender Puppies, Flags of Europe (1 and 2), Lucas Characters (scanbats).

Typefaces from 2017: Men's Clothing, Computer Icons, Wifi, Cats.

Typefaces from 2018: Christmas Ornaments.

Typefaces from 2020: Justice League, Summer Pool, Sonico, Farm, Sapce, Pupies (sic). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dirk Uhlenbrock

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Dmitrii Vlasov

Moscow-based designer of the pixel typefaces Eight Beats (2017) and Jeebz (2016). Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dmitry Baranovsky

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Dmitry Goloub

Russian type foundry, est. 2014 by Dmitry Goloub, the Moscow-based codesigner with Lucas Perdidaão of the free grid-based art deco typeface Bobber (2012, in ai format) and of Alpine (2014). From 2009 until 2010 and again in 2012, he lived in Firenze, Italy.

Typefaces from 2013 include Bolognese Sans, Moor (multilined art deco family), Bobber Script, and Bread & Milk Sans. Genplan (2013) is a great free layered inline typeface for Latin and Cyrillic that is based on 1930s Soviet poster types. See also TT Genplan Pro (2014).

Cittadino Symbols (2013) is a free rounded city traffic icon font related to a Milan subway project. In 2013, this was replaced, still for the Milan metro maps, by Meneghino Wayfind, a tweetware typeface that was influenced by PT Sans Caption.

In 2015, Goloub created Ardent: Ardent is my Sergey Chekhonin-inspired typeface. Ardent is an attempt to prove that the bizarre Cyrillic letterforms of 20s are still decent for use in modern design, even in Latin script. It is highly ornamental and lapidary. Still in 2015, he designed the sans typeface family Intersans (a multilingual Swiss army knife sans), which supports Extended Latin, Extended Cyrillic (including Bulgarian and Serbian Cyrillic), Polytonic Greek, Armenian (Asomtavruli, Nuskha-khutzuri, Mkhedruli, Mkhedruli Mrglovani), Georgian and Hebrew. It also includes true italics, small caps, small caps italics and a lot of pictograms.

Typefaces from 2020: Grrr (at Paratype, with Alexandra Korolkova: a techno family characterized by an oversized lower case f).

Dmitry Goloub's home page. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Dmitry Mankoff
[Artcoast Design (was: Mankoff)]

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Doychin Doychev

Graphic designer in Sofia, Bulgaria, who designed the squarish spurred typeface Lost Soul (2015), and Old School (2015, a tattoo font and icon set). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Drew Wilson

Carlsbad, CA-based creator of the Pictos1 and Pictos2 series of commercial dingbats. He drives home the point that for icons and logos, one can now use CSS and @font-face to use scalable fonts instead of static images. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Duo Type
[Daniel Peralta Casanova]

Daniel Peralta Casanova is a graphic designer, type designer and teacher in Santiago de Chile. He graduated from the Universidad Católica de Chile, class of 2012. He founded Duo Type. Currently, he teaches typography and information design at Universidad de las Américas, DuocUC and Inacap in Santiago de Chile. His typefaces:

  • Via Sans (2014, Latinotype). A wayfinding typeface family with eight rounded styles and a set of pictograms inspired by Steile Futura and DIN 1451.
  • Gaspo Slab (2016, Latinotype).
  • Igna Sans (2018, Latinotype). A humanist sans typeface family with characteristic Latin (slightly curved) outlines.
  • Nena Serif (2021). A 12-style transitional typeface.
  • Magnitudes (2021). A 2-strong set of of squarish display fonts that were influenced by Eurostile and Bank Gothic.
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Designer of the all caps hipster typeface Mowai (2016). Also remarkable are his Hooka icons (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ed Merritt

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Edoardo Santamato
[Invasione Creativa]

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Eduard Felegeanu
[Eduard's Pocket]

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Eduardo Amorim Sousa

Freelance designer in Porto, Portugal, who created the free monoline rounded typeface Big Foot in 2014. He also designed a set of compass-and-ruler pictograms for APPC (Associação do Porto de Paralisia Cerebral). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Eduardo Manso

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Eduard's Pocket
[Eduard Felegeanu]

Berlin, Germany-based designer of the free brush signage script typeface GoodHood (2020). He also created a 570-strong set set of icons, Rubber Icons that can be purchased from Graphikstash. [Google] [More]  ⦿

El Younssi Wahib

Graphic designer in Casablanca, Morocco. He designed Neomi Icons (2014) and Fatima (2015, a Latin rounded monoline sans stencil typeface in three weights). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elegant Themes

Designer of the free icon font ET Line Icons (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Eleonora Petrova
[Rabbit and Pencil]

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Elharrak Fonts
[Mohamed Elharrak]

Moroccan icon designer. He created the free icon font Smartphone Pro in 2018. Other icon fonts include Font 90 Icons, Font Islamic Color, Type Icons, Social Logos Color, Icons Color, Shapes, Social Color Pro, Font logos Color, Font Color Icon, Icons Font Color, Social Media Series, Font Social Media, Social Media, Social Media Pro, Font 120 Icons, Font Hearts Love, Mandalas Pro, Nature Pro, Shapes Pro, Color Qatar, Color Germany, Color Saudi Arabia, Font Morocco Algeria, Font Color Germany, Color Morocco Algeria.

Typefaces from 2019: Flags World Color, Font Arabic Flags, martphone Color Pro, Font Logos Programs, Font Google Color, Font Logos Technology, Font 90 Icons.

Typefaces from 2020: Font-Bitcoin-Color, Font-Canada-Color, Font-Shapes-2019, Quran-karim-114-elharrak-fonts, Type-Icons-Color-2019, allah-names-3, allah-names-4, allah-names-99, allah-names-color, flags-color-world, font-100-icons, font-120-logos, font-bottons-music-pro, font-bottons-music, font-larache-color, font-tanger-color, social-networks-colors. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elifnaz Basarir

Istanbul-based designer of some pictograms in 2017. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elisabetta Calabritto

Designer of icon sets at You work For Them. These include Supellex (2017; furniture), Meat & eggs (2017) and Tutti Frutti (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elodie Baunard

Parisian graphic designer. Creator of the modular organic typeface Hello Mother Nature (2015). She also created a beautiful set of pictograms in 2015 for the film Les Grandes Tueuses, which was commissioned by Médecins Sans Frontières. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elvina Gafarova
[Elvina Studio (was: Elvi Nova)]

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Elvina Karimova

Saint Petersburg, Russia-based designer of Capsula (2019: a Cyrillic piano key stencil font) and Speaker Icons (2019). She also cyrillicized the didone typeface Elephant (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elvina Studio (was: Elvi Nova)
[Elvina Gafarova]

Russian graphic designer who loves soft tones. Creator of these typefaces:

  • In 2019: Magic (a hand-drawn text typeface in color SVG format) and Father (2019: a script typeface).
  • In 2020: Beatty (an all caps display serif), Bohemy (font duo), C'est Chic (a stylish font duo), Chic Sans, Crush (a fat finger font), Dreamy Bird (handcrafted, SVG format), Fine Art (a font duo), Jefferson (an SVG-format decrative didone), Little Bee (SVG), Magnolia (a stylish serif; caps only), Quotable (handcrafted, SVG style), Boho Icons, Space SVG (handcrafted).
  • In 2021: The Dreamer, Artisa, Desert Dreams (sans), Adore (an ephemeral display serif), Farmhouse (hand-printed), Moonchild (font duo), Collage (a ransom note or collage font in SVG format), Gallery Serif (a stylish serif), Liber (intestinal).
  • In 2022: Adore Serif (a fashion mag serif).
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Emanuele Caira

Graphic designer in Rome, Italy, who created the all caps sans typeface Unpointed (2016). He also made a fun set of pictograms for cults and sects. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Emil Kozole

Emil Kozole (Ljubljana, Slovenia) studied communication design at Central Saint Martins London. His type foundry is called Ljudje. Emil created the slab serif typeface Sarajevo (2012), Icons Night Out (2012), the artsy art deco typeface Typometry (2012, Ten Dollar Fonts) and the information design typeface family Signalia (2012). Free download.

Attitude (2013) is a 7-style semi-alchemic typeface family. Random (2014) is a large and very pretty ransom note family. In Project Seen (2014), he provides three free typefaces, See Underline, Seen Strikethrough, and Seen Blackout, that make use of Opentype tables to automatically censor words the NSA is looking for in text monitoring programs according to an NSA Prism database of terms originally leaked by Edward Snowden in 2013.

In 2015, he designed the monospaced typewriter typeface Resolution at The Designers Foundry.

Ten Dollar Fonts link. Cargocollective link. Behance link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Emilie Clairefond

During her studies, Grenoble, France-based Emilie Clairefond designed a display sans typeface with square counters (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Emir Findikoglu

Emir Finfikoglu, an illustrator in Istanbul, created the Spor Piktogram icon set for sports events (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Eduardo Manso]

Emtype is the foundry in Barcelona that was founded in 1997 (in Buenos Aires) by Eduardo Manso. Eduardo was born in Buenos Aires in 1972 and studied graphic design at the Escuela de Artes Visuales Martín A. Malharro and at the Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, both in Mar del Plata. Art director of the Argentinian graphic design mag "el Huevo". He currently lives in Barcelona. His typefaces include the pixel font family Dixplay (2003, Emtype), the grunge font Eroxion (1997) and Rina Linea and Rina (2001), all at Bitstream, the Scotch roman text family Bohemia (2004), Andromeda ([T-26]), Garadonis, Fluxus, Ovalus (2005, free dot matrix face), Relato (2005, advertised as a muscular serif family), Relato Sans (2005, which won an award at TDC2 2006), Merss (2000, ITC), Argot (2004, winner of an award at TDC2 2004), Flour, and Flour Inline.

Argot was renamed Bohemia (published in 2004 with Linotype), and won an award at the Linotype International Type Design Contest 2003. EMT Lorena won an award at TDC2 2007.

He custom designed Sunday Times Modern (2008) for the Sunday Times.

Still in 2008, he published Geogrotesque, a semimodular geometric display typeface in 7 styles. Geogrotesque won an award at Tipos Latinos 2010. This was followed in 2009 by Geogrotesque Stencil and in 2015 by Geogrotesque Stencil Italic, Geogrotesque Compressed, Geogrotesque Condensed, and Geogrotesque Extra Compressed. In 2016, he added Geogrotesque Slab, in 2018 Geogrotesque Cyrillic, in 2019 Geogrotesque Expanded and in 2020 Geogrotesque Sharp (98 styles, and a variable font).

He created the custom typeface La Grilla.

Periodico (Text, Display) was originally commissioned by the Spanish daily newspaper 'ABC', and was published as a 30-font family with lots of old Spanish ingredients in 2011.

In 2012 the London agency GBH commissioned Emtype to develop a custom typeface for the Puma football teams for use in the Brazil World Cup 2014 as well as in the national competitions.

Ciutadella (2012) was originally commissioned by Mario Eskenazi's studio. It is a versatile geometric sans serif, a simple, clean and direct family. In 2015, Emtype published Ciutadella Rounded and in 2016 Ciutadella Slab and Ciutadella Display.

Typefaces from 2014: Shentox. This squarish nearly monoline typeface family started out from British license plates.

Camber (2015) is a workhorse sans typeface, slightly squarish and on a geometric base.

Eduardo's keen eye strikes again in the variable width grotesque typeface family Akkordeon (2017), whose black weight will give Impact serious competition. Akkordeon Slab< (2017) is equally impressive.

Other typefaces from 2017: Isotonic (a rounded almost monoline sans typeface based on Ciutadella).

Corporate typefaces: Sunday Times, Lorena Serif (newspaper type; certificate of excellence in TDC2 2007).

Typefaces from 2018: Steradian (a geometric sans), Aribau Grotesk (a low contrast geometric sans).

Typefaces from 2019: Approach (a low contrast sans in the style of the earliest grotesques, with slightly angled terminals and plenty of elbow pipes, and a characteristic snub nose "1").

Typefaces from 2020: Approach Mono (a typewriter or programming font family derived from Approach), Majorant (a stocky monoline avant-garde geometric sans).

Typefaces from 2021: Classike (a 13-style high contrast squarish display typeface inspired by art deco), Chiaroscura (Eduardo writes: inspired by an art technique, Chiaroscura is a display typeface that conveys elegance and finesse; it has high contrast, sharp terminals and compact vertical proportions that makes it ideal for headlines), Inklination (a low x-height neo-grotesque with five romans, ten italics, five monospaced versions and 50 fun fists and icons).

Interview in 2013. Myfonts page. Linotype page. Behance link. FontShop link. Klingspor link.

Catalog of Eduardo Manso's typefaces. View Eduardo Manso's typefaces. View even more of Eduardo Manso's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Enrique Ruiz Davila

Valencia-based illustrator and graphic designer, who created the thin monoline unicase typeface Mano de Santo (2012). In 2014, he made several sets of pictograms: Vecomancy, Website, Horta. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Epic Coders (or: Epic Shop)

Timisoara, Romania-based designer of Epic Outlines (2015, an icon font with 1000+ vector format icons). It seems trhat there is also a programming font embedded in it. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

ErlerSkibbeTönsmann (and: Character Type)
[Henning Hartmut Skibbe]

ErlerSkibbeTönsmann is an agency for corporate, editorial and typeface design in Hamburg, Germany. Its main type designer is Henning Hartmut Skibbe, a German communications designer located in Potsdam and/or or Hamburg, b. 1979. He studied graphic design at the University of Applied Science Potsdam and was a typeface design student of Luc(as) de Groot. Some time around 2019, Henning Skibbe set up Character Type and joined The Type Department. Skibbe's typefaces:

  • Arctic (2006). A headline font family. Arctic Black Basic is free.
  • Haptic (2008): a sans logotype that won an award at TDC2 2009). In 2015, Skibbe followed this up with the connected brush signage family Haptic Script. In 2019, HapticScript and Haptic Pro were rereleased at his own type foundry, Character Type.
  • Nautik (2004-2006). A free calligraphic take on Courier. Image by Francisco Baudizzone.
  • News Sans (2019). Ninety styles of pure newspaper and information design type.
  • Skibfont (2002-2003). A free calligraphic font.
  • Codesigner with Johannes Erler in 2009 of FF Dingbats 2.0, a redesign and update of FF Dingbats (1993). This was followed in 2014 by FF Dingbats 2.0 UI and FF Dingbats 2.0 Inverted UI.
  • The agency did the typeface design for Sueddeutsche Zeiting in 2011-2012. Its new corporate typeface, SZ (Serif, Sans, Sans Condensed, Text, 40 fonts in all), is described as follows by Henning's codesigner, Nils Thomsen: In 2011 and 2012 I participated on the corporate typeface for the German daily, "Süddeutsche Zeitung", at the office "Bureau ErlerSkibbeToensmann". Hand in hand with type designer Henning Skibbe and art director Christian Tönsmann the different styles and weights were carefully designed. The technical part was edited by fontshop.com. SZ Text is based on Excelsior (Chauncey H. Griffith, 1931). The new typeface got narrower and the capitals smaller and lighter. To this we added lots of new details, which worked better and made it overall more efficient in tight columns and line spacing. SZ Serif is based on SZ Text and replaced the "Times" (Stanley Morison, 1931). Higher contrast and slightly narrower letter shapes makes it more useful for headline typography. SZ Sans is designed for strong headlines and replaces "Helvetica" (Max Miedinger, 1957). Simple and silent shapes gives the right touch to the neutral character of "Süddeutsche Zeitung". SZ Sans Condensed is made for tables in the sport or economy segment. It replaces FF Unit (Erik Spiekermann & Christian Schwartz, 2003-2011).
  • In 2019, Skibbe published these four editorial design font families at Character Type: News Sans Compressed, News Sans Condensed, News Sans Extended, News Sans Wide. He writes: The News Sans family was designed to allow for a maximum range of visual shades when creating a typo­graphic look, effortlessly ranging from loud and expressive, to subtle and reserved. The large x-height combined with low as­cenders and descenders allows for tight and efficient designs. All sharp corners were trimmed off to add character and a nuance of extra space. NewsSans' strokes link humanist curves with American Grotesque details and solid square stems. Make no mistake, the w and other glyphs reveal fashionista hipster ideas from the 2010s, thus moving these families a bit away from old school American grotesques. In 2020, at The Type Department, News Sans was released under the new name New Sans (Compressed, Extended). Later in 2020, Skibbe released News Serif (20 styles, three optical sizes).

MyFonts page. Linotype page. FontHaus page. Behance link. URL for Skibbe. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Esra Ati

Cairo-based designer of a blackletter and a squarish Arabic typeface in 2014. She also created some pictograms in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ester Nemcova

During her studies at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, Slovakia, Ester Nemcova created a connect-the-dots icon font called Dots (2013). She also made Icons of Bratislava (2015). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Esther de Boer

Dutch designer who created these corporate typeface with Amsterdam-based Edgar Walthert:

  • Toneelmakerij typeface (by Edgar Walthert in collaboration with Esther de Boer for the identity of the Dutch theater company De Toneelmakerij). Contains many icons.
  • This Is Africa typeface for Ghetto Radio in Nairobi.
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Ethan Paul Dunham
[Fonthead Design]

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Evgeniya Klimova

Moscow-based designer of the connect-the-dots typeface Cosmic (2015). She also designed several sets of smilies and icons. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Evil Icons

Evil icons is a simple and clean SVG icon pack with the code to support Rails, Sprockets, Node.js, Gulp, Grunt and CDN. Developed by Alexander Madyankin (Russia) and Roman Shamin (Evil Martians, Moscow, Russia), it is free. Github link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Evil Martians

Alexander Madyankin and Roman Shamin, the Evil Martians, designed the free SVG format icon set Evil Icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Exclamations (or: The Boutons)
[Gary David Bouton]

Gary David Bouton and Barbara Bouton's site was called Exclamations. Gary has been writing books on computer graphics for over 20 years, inlcuding eight books on Corel Draw. In 2015, Gary went commercial as Gare.

Their typefaces: International Symbols (2015, an icon font), Twooth (2015), Greek Diner Inline (2015, based on Carol Twombly's Lithos), BifurOverlay (2015, an overlay font based on Cassandre's Bifur (1929)), Bouton Kursiv (2008), Odissey (2008), Russel Write (2010), Elephants and Bears (dingbats), GreekDiner Inline, GeotypeTT (1997), WebKnobsTT (1997), Beacon (2008, a Schwabacher), BOUTON Nouveau Ornaments II (2009), BifurFoundation (2010), BifurOverlay (2010, after Cassandre's Bifur), Frankfurter Venetian (2008, fat rounded horizontally striped all caps face), Folks (medieval caps), Nouveau Rococo Deco Dings I (2008, art nouveau ornaments), Simulata (2006, geometric deco typeface with Bifur influences), Whimsy (comic book font), SymbolsTT (1998, charityware dingbat font).

Exclamations link. Alternate URL. Dafont link. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

F37 (or: Face37)
[Rick Banks]

Rick Banks (b. 1985, Manchester, UK) established F37 (Face37) in 2010 in London, UK. His typefaces:

  • F37 Xan (2010). A counterless geometric typeface based on a geometric solid typeface from 1925 by André Vlaanderen.
  • F37 Form (2010). A mimimalist circular experimental (Bauhaus?) font. He writes about Form: After looking at Armin Hoffman's Die Gute Form poster and Herbert Bayer's universal typeface I constructed an alphabet based on their letterforms. Inspired by Wim Crouwel's Soft Alphabet, I constructed a grid to create the modular alphabet and programmed very tight letterspacing into the font lending itself to the style of Die Gute Form.
  • F37 Bella (2011). An extremely contrasted didone display typeface. He says that he was influenced not only by Didot, but also by Pistilli and by Tschichold's Saskia. F37 Bella won an award at TDC Tokyo 2012. See also F37 Bella Pro (2020), in Text, Hairline, Stencil and Display substyles.
  • F37 Ginger (2013). A Swiss geometric sans inspired by the work of Herb Lubalin, Jan Tschichold and Paul Renner. The customized version of F37 Ginger, Boots Sharp (2019), was commissioned by Coley Porter Bell and True Story as part of an extensive rebrand. F37 Ginger Pro was released in 2019.
  • F37 Neue Grotesque (2013).
  • F37 Stencil Bella (2013).
  • F37 Glaser Stencil (2015).
  • F37 Bolton (2016). A sans family influenced by the style of Berthold's G.G. Lange.
  • F37 Jan (2016). Inspired by Jan Tschichold's geometric sans-serif and Matthew Carter's Bell Centennial font, F37 Jan features pronounced ink traps.
  • F37 Jagger (2017). A sans inspired by Edward Johnston's London Underground font.
  • F37 Bergman (2017). A Peignotian typeface family that revives a revival Hans Möhring's Florida typeface. The Swedish director Ingmar Bergman consistently used Florida in his films.
  • BHF Beats (2018): Working alongside Wolff Olins we were comissioned to create the new font for the British Heart Foundation. The letterforms are based on their iconic logo featuring waves of a heart beat.
  • F37 Bobby (2018). A warm text typeface.
  • F37 Ping Pong (2018). A 1970s style dot matrix font that was inspired by the 1970s Letraset font Pinball created by Alan Dempsey.
  • F37 Factory (2019). Named after Andy Warhol's The Factory in New York City, F37 Factory was inspired by stencil letters etched into marble in what was once a Hovis flour mill in Ramsgate. That building was designed by E. W. Pugin. F37 Factory was originally conceived for a commercial development project for Want Marketing and commissioned by London design studio Bold & Bold.
  • F37 Judge (2019). Banks's take on DIN and old wood types.
  • F37 Moon (2019). Influenced by Avant Garde and Futura, in 14 styles.
  • F37 Flux (2019). Experimental and intestinal.
  • F37 Neuro (2019). A Swiss sans family.
  • F37 Beckett (2020). A sans based on British road signs from the 1930s. F37 Beckett pays homage to the British Ministry of Transport's 1933 alphabet.
  • F37 Stout (2020). An octagonal family base on a letterpress font called Stoutheart.
  • F37 Gruffy (2020). A grotesque.
  • F37 Hooj (2020). A geometric sans family.
  • F37 Wicklow (2020). A 24-style wedge serif inspired by the Gaelic letter carvings by Irish sculptor Michael Biggs in Dublin. It includes a set of stencil fonts as well.
  • F37 Snake (2020). an octagonal industrial stencil typeface inspired by John Carpenter's film Escape From New York.
  • F37 Caslon (2020). He explains why the world needs another Caslon: F37 Caslon is our personal take on a stone-cold classic. Originally designed by William Caslon in 1726, this old-style serif has fascinated typographers ever since. Over the years, the font has been tweaked, reworked, modernised, pulled, stretched, squashed and embellished, as successive generations have created their own versions of Caslon, particular to their times and tastes. We have taken the best of these seminal Caslon revisions to create our own super family in a huge range of weights and styles. Our cut features a tall x-height, old-style numerals, capital italic swashes, ligatures and discretionary ligatures.
  • F37 Grotesc (2021). Inspired by Pica Sans.
  • F37 Attila (2021). A sans serif is inspired by Albert Auspurg's Krimhilde (1933).
  • F37 Drago (2021). A serif typeface based on Columbus (1892).
  • F37 Wyman (2021). F37 Wyman is based on lettering work created by graphic designer Lance Wyman in 1976, which was commissioned as part of the graphic identity marking 200 years of American Independence.
  • Corporate typefaces include Dunlop Sans, F37 Selfridges (=F37 Bella), F37 Avid (=F37 Ginger), Pamela (for Foilco), F37 Zip (for the hotel chain), Pizza Pilgrims, Dar Headline (octagonal), Lloyds Bank (icons).
  • F37 Lineca (2021). A fifteen-weight geometric sans with a strong emphasis on the horizontal.
  • Ocado (2021). A custom sans done for a grocery company.
  • Stonewall (2021). A sans font for Stonewall, a cmpany that has championed a world where LGBTQ+ people everywhere are free to be themselves and enjoy life fully.
  • F37 Incise (2021). A heavy, experimental display font, inspired by stone cutting.

He also published Type Trumps, a set of playing cards that feature the main typefaces. Behance link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Fábio Duarte Martins
[Scannerlicker (was: Loligo Vulgaris)]

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Fabio Haag Type (was: ByType, and: Foco Design)
[Fabio Luiz Haag]

Fabio Haag Type is Fabio Haag's type foundry in Brazil. Earlier, he ran ByType, the type subdivision of Foco Design, and worke for Dalton Maag's Brazilian division. Fabio Luiz Haag (b. 1981, Taquara, Rio Grande do Sul) is located in Sapiranga, Rio Grande do Sul.

Fabio Haag designed FH After (2006, futuristic display typeface to which After Text and After Headline were added in 2007), FH Foco (2003) (a large x-height sans), this futuristic typeface (2003), and Minas Headline, a custom family made for the government of Minas Gerais. He was working on this display font (2005).

In 2006, Foco became a Dalton Maag Ltd font family, and Fabio Haag became the new Creative Director of the Brazilian wing of Dalton Maag in 2008. MyFonts sells Foco and Foco Corp (2007).

Designer (with Jonas Schudel) of a grotesque sans at Dalton Maag, 2007-2009, called Effra, which was inspired by a 1816 design from the Caslon font foundry. Discussion at Typophile. Followed in 2013 by Effra Corp (Dalton Maag) which also supports Greek and Cyrillic.

In 2007, he created the organic sans typeface IronThree.

Cordale (2008) is a workhorse serif typeface jointly done with Lukas Paltram at Dalton Maag. Cordale Corp, the corporate edition, includes Latin Extended A, Greek and Cyrillic characters sets. Cordale Arabic was published in 2013.

In 2009, Foco Italics was published.

At ATypI 2009 in Mexico City, he spoke about Dalton Maag and about the elements necessary to make it in the type business today.

In 2012, the Dalton Maag Brazil team designed the font for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games The 5448-character connected script font Rio2016 was developed by Dalton Maag Brazil, and involved a team that includes Fabio Haag, Fernando Caro and Gustavo Soares. Beth Lula is the Branding Director of the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games Organising Committee. Passages of the press release: Each letter expresses a characteristic of Rio 2016 Games, its people and city. The letters are written with a single continuous linework, with a fast and fluid movement, suggesting the movements of the athletes in action. The variety of curves in the letters has a unique informality, inspired by the joyfulness of the Brazilian people. Fabio Haag: As a Brazilian typophile, designing the Rio 2016 font was a dream job. This is a milestone for the design scene in Brazil---it's a great example of how type designers can collaborate with graphic designers, sharing their expertise to strengthen an identity.

In 2013, Fabio designed Almaq, a pair of sans display typefaces in cuts called Refined and Rough.

Codesigner with Bruno Mello, Fernando Caro, Rafael Saraiva and Ron Carpenter of Soleto (2014, Dalton Maag), a sans typeface that won an award at Tipos Latinos 2014.

Setimo (2015) was co-designed by Fernando Caro, Ken Gitschier, Fabio Haag and Lukas Paltram at Dalton Maag, and won an award at Tipos Latinos 2016.

In 2016, Fabio Haag published Lembra (a sans that was created specifically for branding, characterized by tapered terminals) at his new type foundry, Fabio Haag Type, set up after he left Dalton Maag after eight years. Fabio Haag Type grew in 2020 to a team of four, now also including Ana Laydner, Henrique Beier and Eduilson Coan. In 2019, a variable font option was added top Lembra.

In 2017, he designed the 28-unit legible humanist sans variable font family Margem (Fabio Haag Type), which includes a yummy Rounded subfamily. Still in 2017, he developed the sans typeface Sua, which as a variable option.

In 2018, he published pictograms for SporTV, a forceful constructivist font for the World Cup 2018 also for SporTV and Furacão (for Atletico Paranaense).

Typefaces from 2019: Suzano Sans (a commissioned rounded branding typeface done for Suzano).

Typefaces from 2020: Margem (a fine 7-style rounded sans family by Henrique Beier, Ana Laydner and Eduilson Coan).

Typefaces from 2021: Seiva (by Henrique Beier, Eduilson Coan and Fabio Haag: a distant relative of Didot, this exotic sans family is partitioned into Text, Display and Poster subfamilies, and welcomes variable font technology), Salva (2021, Fabio Haag Type). A versatile workhorse sans family: Eduilson Coan was the lead designer. He was assisted by the Fabio Haag Type team of Henrique Beier, Ana Laydner and Fabio Haag himself.

View Fabio Haag's typefaces. Fabio Haag Type. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Fabio Luiz Haag
[Fabio Haag Type (was: ByType, and: Foco Design)]

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Facebook Symbols

This web site provides a copy paste interface for Facebook users and web page creators who want to use special icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Factor Design
[Olaf Stein]

In 1993, Olaf Stein and Johannes Erler founded their studio Factor Design in Hamburg. Today, Factor Design is a team of designers and project managers working with clients in Germany and throughout the world. Designers in 1993 of the FontFont fonts FFDingbats-ArrowsOne, FFDingbats-ArrowsTwo, FFDingbats-BasicForms, FFDingbats-Number, FFDingbats-SignsOne, FFDingbats-SignsTwo, FFDingbats-SymbolsOne. Its 2009 extension FF Dingbats 2.0 is due to Johannes Erler and Helmut Skibbe. FontShop link for Stein. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿


Designer of the EPS format children's font Pastel (2015), Masking Tape Alphabet (2015), and Donut Vector Font (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fateh Lab
[Wisnu Cipto Wibowo]

Bandung, Indonesia-based designer of these typefaces in 2019: Bahama (a rounded sans font for bistrots), Babylonia (a vintage font), Valerian (an all caps sans), Madison 01 (a college sports font), Madison 01 Script, Hailen Font Duo (monoline script), Wolf Gang (weathered font).

Typefaces from 2020: Bianca (font duo), Stribe (a supermarket signage family), Astenia, Stribe (a rounded supermarket sans), Le Brond (a heavy octagonal sports slab serif font), El Grosa (two wood type emulation typefaces and a Tuscan font, El Grosa West, Boldine (an all caps heavy sans), Qirate Mono (techno, typewriter style), Quinland (extra condensed), Quinton (extra-condensed).

Typefaces from 2021: Hub 191 (a 4-style casual family), Thyga (a 7-style condensed sans), Hugh (a super-fat and wide poster typeface).

Typefaces from 2022: Heliuk (an ultra-condensed sans), Heliuk Icon, Bhelt (a bold sans and dingbats), Southern Margherita (calligraphic). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Fatema Buasallai

Galali, Bahrein-based designer of the decorative floral caps alphabet Sakura (2014) and the ornamental alphabet Anime (2014). She also created some pictograms in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Felix Rufin

Designer at Type-o-tones in Barcelona of the unicase typeface family Designal (2007, +Stencil), which comes with 400 dingbats for, e.g., weather and packaging. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Filipa Diniz

During her studies at Scola Superior de Educação de Coimbra, Portugal, Filipa Diniz (b. Coimbra) created the sans typeface Old Flint (2013) and a number of internet icons. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Flag Icons
[Panayiotis Lipiridis]

A collection of all colored country flags in SVG format, plus the CSS for easier integration in web pages. View on Github.

Note: The developer is Lipis (Panayiotis Lipiridis), who is based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Lipis graduated from the Copenhagen University College of Engineering in 2011 and is a web developer. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Flat Icons
[Paul Jansen]

Dutch designer of Claston Script (2020), Caride Script (2020), Ratilla Script (2020), Pathita Script (2020) and Casira Script (2020). Most of his products are icons though. There are about 200 icon sets. These include Supernatural Icons (2019), Online Education Icons (2019), Politics Icons (2019), Investing Icons (2019), Computer Science Icons (2019), Weather Icons (2019), Metallic Icons (2019), Flat Icons (2014), Bitcoin + Cryptocurrency Line Icons (2018), Travel Icons (2018), Medical Icons (2018), and Cryptocurrency Icons (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Flat icons and icon fonts
[Chris Coyier]

A great list of links to icon fonts, compiled by Chris Coyier. Some of these include picture icons (not fonts) in various formats, such as Ecqlipse 2, Glyph Icons, Mini Icons Vol 1 (by Facundo Gonzalez), Vector icons, Icon Sweets 2, Social Media Icons by Gedy Rivera, Glyphish (by Joseph Wain), Glyphicons (by Jan Kovarik), Symbolicons (plus special sets called Weather and Veggie), iPhone UI Icon Set (by Eddit), Glyph and Simplicity (by Icon Eden). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Florian Klauer
[Fonts With Love (was: Heimat Design)]

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Floris Voorveld

Dutch freelance graphic designer (b. Almelo, 1985) living in Granada, Spain, and/or Nijverdal, The Netherlands. Creator of the free rounded sans typeface FV Almelo (2012), which was designed using ruler and compass. FV Granada (2012) is a contemporary monoline sans typeface. FV Deventer (2012) is a wavy antique almost Victorian font. Floris also created Hipster Icons.

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[Dave Gandy]

March 6, 2012--a sad day for hackers. On this day, LulzSec, one of the noblest hacking groups in the world, got tricked by the FBI. But there was good news on the web font side. Dave Gandy's FontAwesome (a free icon font) and associated code are beautiful examples of how it must be done. The 150 original icons (expanded to 635 in 2016 and to 1609 in 2020), initially designed for use in Twitter, are placed in special positions in the font, while the accompanying css file then defines the symbols neatly. In fact, the css file now does the mapping. This is a great effort worth keeping an eye on. By December 2016, FontAwesome was being used on 73 million web sites.

There is now also a commercial Pro version that includes 7865 fonts (as of 2020).

CTAN link. GitHub link. GitHub link for a remastered and optimizaed FontAwesome (2016). Additional download. Open Font Library link. Aka Invoku. Fontsquirrel link. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Iconic font scissors. This free tool can be used to combine icons into a single font. There is, for example, a tool called svg2ttf. The authors are Roman Shmelev, Vitaly Puzrin and Aleksey Zapparov.

Fonts from which compositions can be made:

  • Entypo by Daniel Bruce.
  • Font Awesome by Dave Gandy
  • Typicons by Stephen Hutchings
  • Modern Pictograms by John Caserta
  • Meteocons by Alessio Atzeni
  • Maki by Mapbox
  • Zocial by Sam Collins
  • Brandico by Crowdsourced
  • Web Symbols by Just Be Nice studio

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[Svetoslav Simov]

Fontfabric is the foundry of Svetoslav Simov, a visual designer who is located in Sofia, Bulgaria, b. 1984. They design highly innovative typefaces that have lots of style and flair. Most fonts cover both Latin and Cyrillic. Until 2022, their fonts were sold through MyFonts, but gradually they switched to their own independent shop.

  • Typefaces from 2008: Cubic (3d face), Clou (cloud-like letters), Colo (double-lined and geometric), Snail, Blou (very thick and counterless letters).
  • Typefaces from 2009: Uni Sans (first called United Sans), Kare (psychedelic), File (fat face), Zag (7-style monoline sans with tear drop terminals; it include Zag Drps and Zag Deco), Clou (cloudy letters), Facet (Black and Ultra: paper fold typefaces), Noveu (psychedelic, art nouveau), Pastel (brush face), Rolka (round ultra-fat and curly lettering), Val (rounded fat), Kvant (severe and octagonal), Duplex (fat techno), Avatar (ultra fat black), Dovde (bubbly, co-designed by Maria Karkova), LOT (fat art deco), MOD (ultra-fat), Oval (rounded sans), Quad (octagonal outline), Portal Strips and Portal Black (hyper-experimental geometric typefaces), Prisma (more ultra-fat experimentation) and Wigan (Wigan Thin and Bold of this paperclip typeface appeared in 2014).
  • Creations in 2010: Hero (free sans family), Null (ultra fat, free), Aston (a modern high-contrast rounded display face), DAN (free piano key font; Dan Pro is not free though), Solomon (headline sans family) [Images of Solomon: i, ii, iii, iv, v, vi, vii, viii], Dox (ultra fat geometric poster face), Sudoku (a geometric display family with several biline and triline styles, done with Fontan2), VAL Stencil (a stencil in which repeating letters makes them tilt the other way; free), Code (2010, a fantastic monoline sans family; images: i, ii, iii, iv, v), Dekar (techno), Clipdings Web, Clipdings Travel, Clipdings Graphic Arts, Babydings, Artdings, Reader (Light, Bold: avant garde sans), SAF2010 (comic book/signage: well, Jan Erasms, the designer in 2006 of Menyaka for FIFA WC 2010 is not happy, calling SAF a blatant imitation), Age Free (free fat organic face), GOTA (a free fat finger sans face).
  • Typefaces from 2011: Gabriel Sans (grotesk family), La Boheme (signage face), Qero Mite (an organic monoline sans), Code Pro (caps only clean sans headline family), Solomon Sans (a headline monoline sans family).
  • Typefaces made in 2012: Nexa (a geometric sans in 16 styles), Nexa, Rex (free octagonal family for Latin and Cyrillic), Hagin (free), Intro (26-style superfamily in the Futura style) and Intro Inline (free Futura-style family for Latin and Cyrillic). Intro Condensed was created in 2014.
  • Typefaces from 2013: Nexa Slab, Nexa Slab XBold, Nexa Slab Bold, Nexa Slab Book, Nexa Slab Light. [Recognize the typeface by the a and the g (an 8 with a small piece missing).
  • Typefaces from 2014: Nexa Rust (a weathered letterpress emulation family of 83 typefaces by Radomir Tinkov, Ani Petrova, Svetoslav Simov and Vasil Stanev).
  • Typefaces from 2015: Bronn Rust, Bronn Script and Bronn Rust Extras is a handcrafted collection of 22 typefaces created on the coat tails of the hugely popular Nexa Rust and other typefaces in the grungy worn letterpress and layering vogue. The roundish tightly set broad-ranged sans typeface family Panton is sure to make waves for years to come---it is the typeface for mobile devices. Sensa (2015, Radomir Tinkov and Svetoslav Simov) is a handcrafted 21-style family divided into the subfamilies Sensa Brush, Sensa Pen, Sensa Wild, Sensa Sans, Sensa Serif and Sensa Goodies.

View Fontfabric's typefaces. In 2015, Ani Petrova, Svetoslav Simov and Radomir Tinkov co-designed the 214-style mammoth font system Intro Rust, a rough version of Fontfabric's Intro. The fonts are partitioned over Intro Rust, Intro Script, Intro Head and Intro Goodies. Still in 2015, we find Nexa Script.

In 2017, Plamen Motev and Svetoslav Simov co-designed Uni Neue, a total remake of Fontfabric's earler typeface Uni Sans (2009). Svetoslav Simov, Plamen Motev and the Fontfabric team (Vladislav Jordanov, Stan Partalev, Mirela Belova, Jacklina Jekova, Nikolay Petroussenko) produced Zing Rust, Zing Sans Rust and Zing Script Rust in the same year: it consists of 521 handmade typefaces.

In 2018, Mirela Belova and Svetoslav Simov co-designed the 20-style geometric sans typeface family Mont. Svet Simov and Svetlin Balezdrov co-designed the humanist sans family Squad, and Simov published the free all caps flared terminal font Colus in 2018. Gilam was designed in 2018 by Ivan Petrov, Plamen Motev and Svetoslav Simov---it is based on DIN, but is more geometric and has obliquely cut terminals.

In 2019, Svet Simov, Radomir Tinkov and Stan Partalev designed the 72-strong Noah family of geometric sans typefaces, which is partitioned into four groups by x-height from small (Noah Grotesque) to medium (Noah and Noah Text) to large (Noah Head). Codesigner of Mozer (2019, by Svetoslav Simov, Ani Petrova, Mirela Belova and Nikolay Petrousenko: a condensed headline sans family that covers Latin, Greek and Cyrillic; Mozer SemiBold is free).

In 2021, Svetoslav Simov and Vika Usmanova dusted off the 18-style update of Mont called Mont Blanc. It has very short descenders and medium-sized ascenders, two variable styles, and some redesigned glyphs. Its biggest problem will be the name---surely, the famous Swiss pen maker Mont Blanc will complain sooner or later about its trademark. I am puzzled about MyFonts, which did not catch this problem when they announced the typeface. In 2021, Simov also co-designed Code Next (a 20-style geometric sans by Svetoslav Simov, Mirela Belova and Stan Partalev; it includes two variable fonts).

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Berlin-based FontShop International, started by Erik Spiekermann, Joan Spiekermann, and Neville Brody in 1989/1990, offers its own line of digital fonts under the FontFont label. The FontFont library contains around 2,000 original fonts. Its designers included Just van Rossum, Erik van Blokland, David Berlow, Max Kisman, Tobias Frere-Jones, Fred Smeijers, Martin Majoor, and many others. FontShop has offices in San Francisco as well. In July 2015, FontShop and FontFont were bought by Monotype.


They are focusing on web fonts today. Their initial web font package included DingbestWeb, DroidsWeb, InfoWeb-Bold, InfoWeb-Italic, InfoWeb-Normal, KosmikWeb, MarketWeb, PixelsDream (by Zuzanna Licko), SheriffWeb-Bold, SheriffWeb-Italian, SheriffWeb-Roman, TrademarkerWeb, TypestarWeb-Black, TypestarWeb-Normal.

The free fonts page has InterOffice (two dingbat fonts made in 2001 by Andreas Jung, Markus Hanzer, David Berlow, Fedor Hüneke, Erik van Blokland, Robert Snider, chester, Hans Reichel, Nicole Kapitza, Christoph Kalscheuer, Joachim Müller-Lancé, Paul Neville, Barbara Klunder, György Szönyei, Matthias Thiesen, Norbert Reiners, Joancarles Casasín, Gert Wiescher, Fabrizio Schiavi, Mindaugas Strockis, Theo Nonnen, Alan Greene, Donald Beekman, Martin Wunderlich, Critzler, Stefan Kisters, Dung van Meerbeeck, Ole Søndergaard, Nick Shinn, and Mårten Thavenius), FF Dingbest (by Johannes Erler and Olaf Stein), FF Xcreen, and many Euro symbols to go with their standard fonts.

PDFs of many fonts.

Catalog of FontFont's typefaces [large web page warning]. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Fonthead Design
[Ethan Paul Dunham]

FontHead Design (Wilmington, DE) sells cool fonts designed by Ethan Dunham (b. 1972, Glens Falls, NY), who now heads Fontspring. A partial list: Mother Goose (2008), Allise, GoodDogCool, Fontheads (dingbats), Randisious, Greyhound (1997, an arts and crafts face), Rochester, Samurai, AsimovSans, Gurnsey20, Scrawl, BadDog, Holstein, SlackScript, Bessie, SloppyJoe (gone?), Blearex, HandSkriptOne, SmithPremier, BlueMoon, HolyCow, SororityHack, Bonkers, HotCoffeeFont, SpillMilk, BraveWorld, Isepik, Sputnik, Brolga, TekStencil, Carnation, Mekanek (1995), Teknobe (1995), Merlin, Toucan Grunge (gone?), Tycho, TypewriterOldstyle, MotherGoose, Croissant, Democratika (now Americratika--I think Emigre forced FontHead to change the name), Noel (1996-1997, Lombardic all caps face, with an open version added), LillaFunk (gone?), Margo Gothic (gone?), Toddler (gone?), NoelBlack, WashMe, Diesel, Orion, Gritzpop, Pesto, BattleStation, CircusDog, Dandelion, DraftHand, Flowerpot, Navel, ShoeString, Stiltskin, ZipSonik. Plus JohnDoe, and old typewriter font. Free fonts: Font Heads (dings), Smith Premier, Vladimir, Tycho, Typewriter Oldstyle, ScareCrow, Millennia, SpillMilk, GoodDog, Holstein, Red Five. All formats, Mac and PC. In the comic font series, look for Stan Lee (now Comic Talk), FH Excelsior (now Titlex), Grimmy (now Flim Flam), and Kirby (now Grit).

Dafont link.

Fonts created in 1999: AppleSeed, Caterpillar, Chinchilla, ChinchillaBlack, ChinchillaDots, CrowBeak, CrowBeakLight, CyberMonkey, DanceParty, DingleHopper, FourScore, FourScoreTitling, Hopscotch, HopscotchPlain, Ladybug, Leaflet-Regular, LeafletBold, LeafletLight, ReadOut, ReadOutSuper, Smoothie, Swizzle, TwoByFour, VeryMerry. Made in 2001: ButterFinger, ButterFingerSerif, CatScratch, Catnip, FighterPilot, FrenchRoast, Handheld, HandheldItalic, HandheldRaised, HandheldRaisedItalic, HandheldRound, HandheldRoundItalic, Kingdom, OldGlory, Quadric, QuadricSlant. MyFonts page.

In 2006, several dingbats fonts were added, such as the ClickBits Arrow series and the ClickBits Icon series.

In 2008, he created InfoBits Things and InfoBits Symbols, Abigail, Assembler, Click Clack, Drawzing (children's font, crayon or chalk style), El Franco (grunge), Good Dog New (hand-printed), Helion (futuristic), Lead Paint (brush), Schema (architectural lettering), Skizzors (paper cut font), Tachyon (2008, techno, futuristic). Free font download. This place has Allise, Americratika, AppleSeed, AsimovSans, Asterix-Blink-Italic, Asterix-Blink, Asterix-Italic, Asterix-Light-Italic, Asterix-Light, Asterix, BadDog, BattleStation, Beckett, Bessie, BlackBeard, Blearex, BlueMoon, Bonkers, BraveWorld, Brolga, BrownCow, Carnation, CatScratch, Caterpillar, Chinchilla, ChinchillaBlack, ChinchillaDots, CircusDog, CornDog (2004), Croissant, CrowBeak, CrowBeakLight, CyberMonkey, DanceParty, Dandelion, Dannette-Outline, Dannette, DayDream, Democratika, Diesel, DingleHopper, DoomsDay, DraftHand, Flowerpot, Font-Heads, FourScore, FourScoreTitling, FunkyWestern, Goliath, GoodDog-Bones, GoodDog-Cool, GoodKitty, Greyhound, Grimmy, Gritzpop, GritzpopGrunge, Gurnsey20, HandskriptOne, Holstein-Bold, Holstein, HolyCow, Hopscotch, HopscotchPlain, HotCoffeeFont, HotTamale, Isepik, JohnDoe, JollyJack, Keener, Klondike-Bold, Klondike, Ladybug, Leaflet-Regular, LeafletBold, LeafletLight, LillaFunk, Log Jam (+Inline), MargoGothic, MarvelScript, MatrixDot-Condensed, MatrixDot, Mekanek, Merlin, Millennia, Mondo-Loose, MotherGoose, Navel, Network, Noel, NoelBlack, Oatmeal, Orion, Pesto, Randisious, ReadOut, ReadOutSuper, RedFive, Rochester, Samurai, Scarecrow, Scrawl, ShoeString, ShoeStringRound, SlackScript, SloppyJoe, SmithPremier, Smock, Smoothie, SororityHack, SpaceCowboy, SpillMilk, Sputnikk, StanLee-Bold, StanLee-BoldItalic, StanLee-Regular, Stiltskin, Submarine, Swizzle, TekStencil, Teknobe, Torcho, ToucanGrunge, TwoByFour, Tycho, Typewriter2, TypewriterOldstyle, VeryMerry, Vladimir, WashMe, Watertown-Alternate, Watertown-Black, Watertown-Bold, Watertown, ZipSonik-Italic, ZipSonik, ZipSonikSketch-Italic, ZipSonikSketch.

Font Squirrel carries ElliotSix (simple handwriting), GoodDog (children's hand) and Millennia (squarish). In fact, in 2009-2010, Ethan Dunham became a very active web font persona, offering a commercial web font service, Fontspring, and a free font service, Fontsquirrel.

Klingspor link. Creative Market link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

[Michela Graziani]

Rome, Italy-based designer. In her Fontikon font project (2020), ishe has produced eight fonts, each with letters and culture symbols: Alchemy Complex, Adinkra Wisdom, Aztec Empire, Celtic Iron, Lovecraftian Neue, Japan Kamon, Viking Norse, Slavian Ustav.

Her Symbolikon set (2020) contains over 800 symbols / icons from the following cultures: Adinkra, Africa, Alchemy, American Native Rock Art, Ashtamangala, Asia, Astrology, Aztec, Buddhism, Celtic, Central America, Central Europe, Chakra, Christianity, Egyptian, Flowers, Greek Mythology, Hopi, Inca, Islam, Lakota Sioux, Latvian, Lovecraftian Mythos, Maori, Mapuche, Maya, Mu, Norse, Norse Runes, North America, North Europe, Pacific Area, Sacred Geometry, Slavic, South America, South Europe, Taino, Tarot Major Arcana. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fonts With Love (was: Heimat Design)
[Florian Klauer]

Heimat Design in Lage (Bielefeld), Germany, is the design studio and foundry of Florian Klauer, who set up Fonts with Love in 2015.

. In 2010, Florian made the monoline sans typefaces Florin Sans (2010) and Heimat Grotesk that are characterized by their large x-heights.

Iconized (2013) contains more than 220 icons like arrows, filetype, media, eCommerce, network and devices, contact, service navigation and social network-icons.

Klartext Mono (2014) is a monospaced monoline sans with a large x-height and superelliptical curves.

In 2016, he published the text typeface family Ethos.

In 2017, he designed a corporate typeface for the German sports channel Sport1.

Klingspor link. Behance link. Fontspring link. Old Heimat Design link at MyFonts. Florian Klauer's personal page. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

[Laszlo Nemes]

Budapest, Hungary-based studio that created IcoType (2014), a free set of icons. The owner and designer is Laszlo Nemes. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Föy Studio
[Cagdas Ilke Unal]

During her studies in Istanbul, Cagdas Ilke Unal designed the sober sans typeface Gökteng (2015) and the beautiful Weather Icon Set (2015). At Föy Studio in London in 2019, Cagdas released the experimental typeface Flex. Behance link. Old link to Cadoo Design. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Jayapura, Papua, Indonesia-based designer of Hellend (2019: a brush font), GOBR (2019: a display sans), Flola (2019: a great floral caps typeface), Grime (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gabriel de Souza

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Gabriela Benavides

Designer in Monterrey, Mexico, who created Boulder (2013, a geometric sans with an alchemic alternate version), Healthy Icon Set (2013), Eterna (2011) and Stellar (2011, art deco). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Galina Kalougina

Designer at EF English First. Moscow-based creator of Foxtrot Icon Set (2013), which she calls a constructivist collection of icons. She also made the stocky angular newspaper typeface Virginia Lives (2013) for Latin and Cyrillic. Linkedin link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Scott MacMichael]

Gallusness (Alloa, Scotland) is run by Scott MacMichael. He designed Scotoilets (Scottish toilet icons) in 2012, and Candybet in 2014. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ganesha Balunsat

Freelance designer in Berlin who graduated from the California College of the Arts in San Francisco. Creator of the didone typeface Evoque (2014). In 2012, she created Nightclub Wayfinding Icons.

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Gary David Bouton
[Exclamations (or: The Boutons)]

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Gaslight (or: Valery Zaveryaev)
[Valery Zaveryaev]

Gaslight-type-foundry is collaboration between three type designers---Valery Zaveryaev, Maria Luarvik, and Roman Shchyukin---, founded in 2011. Valery Zaveryaev is a Russian designer (b. Bryansk, 1977) at LetterBe, who created the octagonal family Teco (2005), the display typeface Brut (2005), the clean sans family Maza (2005), the informal unicase family Rezerv (2009, inspired by a logo he created for Evroterm), Barrez (2010, a techno family inspired by the TC-Helicon logo), and the stencil typeface Marshrut (2005).

He lives in Bryansk. All his fonts are Latin/Cyrillic.

In 2011, Zaveryaev set up the commercial foundry Gaslight. Fonts there include the elliptical family Maza (2005), the angular elliptical family Barrez (2010), Brut (2005), and the stencil typeface Marshrut (2005). Electrolize (2011) is a free squarish typeface available from Google Web Fonts. Bad Script (2011, Google Web Fonts) is an informal hand-printed typeface made by Roman Shchyukin.

Rock Logo (2012) is a metal band / tattoo font co-designed with Roman Shchyukin. Wide Display and Wide Display Ribbon are unicase headline typefaces. Teco Sans (2012) is an octagonal military typeface family, accompanied by the icon font TecoSymbol (2012) and the stencil family Teco Sans Stencil (2012). Teco Serif (2012) is an octagonal slab version of Teco Sans.

Still in 2012, Zaveryaev designed Actio, Roz (rounded sans family), Wary (pop art typeface that won an award at Modern Cyrillic 2014), the fat display overlay families Quadratish Serif and Quadratish Solid.

Delgado (2012) is an elegant tall and thin fashion mag typeface for Latin and Cyrillic, made by Roman Shchyukin. It won an award at Modern Cyrillic 2014.

Typefaces from 2013: Kiddy, Gen (techno), Tesla (techno face, Roman Shchyukin).

Typefaces from 2014: Dotee (octagonal paper cut-out typeface, by Valery Zaveryaev and Maria Luarvik), Sofya.

Typefaces from 2015: Mx and My (Peignotian caps typefaces).

Typefaces from 2016: Fada (by Roman Shchyukin), Pleinair, Rawer (sans, +stencil, +outline), Misty (by Valery Zaveryaev), Agio (by Valery Zaveryaev).

Hellofont link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Gavin Bird

Wilmslow, UK-based designer of Periphery (2015, a squarish typeface), and Rank Icons (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Free and commercial EPS format icon sets. Sets include Geomicons Squared and Geomicons Wired. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Georgia Tech Research Corporation: 3270

The free octagonal monospaced programming font simply called 3270 was started in 1989 by Georgia Tech Research Corporation (GTRC), Atlanta, GA. Later updates were made by Jeff Sparkes (1990), Dick Altenbern (2004), Don Russell (2004-2005), Paul Mattes (1993-2011), Ricardo Banffy (2011-2017) and finally Ryan McIntyre of Nerd Fonts (2017), who added a plethora of icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Geovanny Gavilanes

At the Universidad de Cuenca, Ecuador Geovanny Gavilanes designed the free spurred and diamond-studded vintage typeface Caja (2016), Inglorious Basterd Icons (2015, based on Quentin Tarantino's movie) and the free SVG format Antique Weapons Icons. In 2016, he created the free orthogonal deco typeface Cortana. [Google] [More]  ⦿

German Icons
[Ralf Schmitzer]

German designer of icons. In 2017, he created the world's largest icon font (his own words in italic). Called GI, or German Icons, it features over 1500 icons and addresses 35 themes. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gianluca Boffito

Designer of Falena (2018, Typoforge), an 18-style geometric sans family that contains Falena Ornaments and Falena Icons. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Giedre Mikutenaite

Vilnius, Lithuania-based student-designer of the wavy font Flexia (2018) and a wonderful Music Icon Set (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gilad Sotil

Toronto, Canada-based designer of the LED font Conceptual (2016, for Latin and Hebrew), Sports Icon Set (2016), Fastfood Icons (2015), and the Hebrew display typeface BaShalom (in peace). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Github: Icon fonts

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Giulia Gambino

Designer in Catania, Italy. In 2018, Danilo De Marco and Giulia Gambino codesigned the free blackboard bold typeface K95 for K95, a communication and graphic agency based in Catania, Italy.

In 2017, Danilo De Marco and Giulia Gambino codesigned the free icon set Agane Icons to accompany De Marco's free sans wayfinding typeface family Agane. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Giuseppe De Luca

Communications designer in Naples, who created Symbol Alphabet (2013) and the dot matrix typeface Mobitypes (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Glenn Parsons

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Gley Riquelme
[Casiopea (PUCV)]

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[Joseph Wain]

Joseph Wain (Glyphish) created several commercial icon sets for mobile devices. His main set is the Glyphish series (2014-2015). Glyphish Badges is free. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Goda Petruskeviciute

During her studies at Vilnius Art Academy in Vilnius, Lithuania, Goda Petruskeviciute designed the Bauhaus-inspired sans typeface Obsurdo (2019) and a set of animal icons (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Goncalo Fonseca

Lisbon-based designer of Symbol Icon Font (2015, with Pedro Correia). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gonçalo Ribeiro

Portuguese designer of the blackboard bold font strangely named Stencil (2019), and the pictogram typeface Silos (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gözde Gözükirmizi

During her studies, Istanbul-based designer Gözde Gözükirmizi designed some pictograms for the Istanbul Modern Museum in 2017. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Claudio Gomboli]

Originally from Turin, Italy, Claudio Gomboli now lives in Osaka. He set up Grafisticceria. Claudio created a commercial icon font called World Outside in 2012.

Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Greg D. Mathews

CleanIcons is a 5-dollar set of icons in both graphic and font formats. It was designed in 2012 by Greg D. Mathews, a software engineering student at San Jose Stae University. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Peter Grundy]

Unbelievably talented graphic designer in London. Designer in the FUSE 15 collection (1996) of DIY (Foundations and Skeletons). Debutart page. There, we find an architectural B (2011), a poster called Type Countries, martial arts icons, colorful safety icons, colorful departmental icons, a stunning techno wheel poster, Office Icons, a gorgeous typographic bike, an exemplary London city map, a poster entitled Africa, and a Vodafone Head illustration (2011).

Bio from his web site: Tilly Northedge and Peter Grundy set up Grundy&Northedge in 1980 because they were both interested in information design. Firstly because it was a totally un-glamorous area of the business which they thought they could change, and secondly because it was less about selling things and more about explaining things which seemed a lot more interesting. Grundy&Northedge spent twenty six years making information visually interesting and in the process developed a way of drawing simple images to illustrate ideas that became their signature. They called it iconography, pictures that provide information and explain complex things. When Tilly left design in 2006 Peter Grundy renamed the studio Grundini with the intent of more extensive iconographic experimentation, not only for the clients who were in effect already there, but newly for customers, people who would see his work and buy one for there home, office or elsewhere. Peter Grundy's previous clients include Shell Oil, Moet&Chandon, Royal Mail, The Guardian G2, The Red Bull F1 Team, Men's Health, South West Trains, Hampton Court Palace and Volkswagen.

In 2019, he designed London Dingbats (a set of information icons) at London Type. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Guido de Boer

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Guillermo Borras

Valencia, Spain-based designer of Norsk (2016), a typeface inspired by Viking Futhark writing. He also designed Airport Icon Set (2016). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

H. Lande

German designer of the script typeface Hardgraft (2016) and several large sets of icons, such as Linicons, Srin, Rounded Social Icons, Litos, Simplicons, Homicons, Mini Simplicons, and Aircons. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Habiba AleiElDeen

Cairo-based artist. Creator of Brink (2014), a Latin typeface that was designed for a water recycling campaign. In 2016, she designed the circle-based Arabic typeface Seen. Also a talented illustrator, she created, e.g., Daily Routine Pictogram (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hale Vatansever

During her studies at İzmir University Of Economic, Hale Vatansever (Izmir, Turkey) designed a nice set of hospital icons (2018) and a multiline typeface, Lines (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Harris Design
[James M. Harris]

James M. Harris' Colorado Springs, CO-based foundry sells five fonts designed by himself, SignPix (1, 2, 3, 4), Earth Font One (1993), PictographOne (1996), and Strasbourg (blackletter) through Fonthaus and Agfa/Monotype. It specializes in tourist and road signs. Harris Design will turn your logo into a (TTF or type 1) font. List of fonts.

Jim Harris made the old shareware fonts Bellerose (1992, an avant-garde face: poster by Benbouzid Fatim-Zohra), Bellerose Pro (various weights are done in 2016), Mazama, Premium Thin, RhyoliteVertical (1990) and Andesite (1991) which can be found on many archives. He also made Harris Modern Extended.

Old home page. Creative Market link. Dafont link. FontShop link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Harsh Vardhan

New Delhi, India-based designer of a foliated typeface (2019) and a set of wayfinding icons for the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hatch Design Workshop

Montreal, Quebec and/or Portsmouth, UK-based designer of several sets of icons, and the typeface pair Pigeon Scout Sans and Pigeon Scout Serif (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Haytham Galal

Hurghada, Egypt-based designer of the free handcrafted typeface Kiwi (2016) and the free handcrafted poster typeface Tython (2016). In 2016, he published the free handcrafted typeface Claws. He also made tweetware vector format icons. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Heather Zhou

Shenzhen, China-based designer of Solar Terms Icons (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hederae Creative (or: Hederae Type Foundry)
[Valerio Dell'Edera]

Talented visual designer in Bari, Italy. Creator of the handcrafted poster typefaces Neretto Sans (2015, thick and black), Organic Tobacco (2015) and Sensi Bold (2015), and the elegant rubber stamp-inspired Marinaio (2015).

Typefaces from 2016: Pervinca (a sharp-edged tall-legged display typeface with wedge serifs that is influenced by didones), Chamfort (12-style sans), Carnot (a slightly rounded partially hipster grotesk titling typeface), Lorano (a typeface inspired by the rationalist and minimalist movements), Marinaio (a handcrafted poster typeface family inspired by rubber stamps), Fibon Neue (a 32-style modern sans family with Low contrast), Cuciniere (a fun handcrafted typeface with interlocking ligatures and food icons), Regime Grotesk (influenced by the fascist era in Italy), Scritto Sans, Monique (monospaced and monoline), Abside (a geometric sans), Esther (a handcrafted antiqua), Fibon Sans and Zenzero Grotesk (tribal and unexpected).

Typefaces from 2017: Liber Text (a geometric sans with circular ink traps), Liber Grotesque (a futurismo sans influenced by Futura and Avenir).

Typefaces from 2018: Montagna LTD (inspired by early twentieth century Italian Arte Nuova and Stile Liberty). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Helena Prata

Coimbra, Portugal-based designer of the graffiti-inspired typeface Nobre (2016). She also designed Coimbra City Icons (2016) and Zen Beauty Service Icons (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hello Brio Studio
[Jennifer Coyle]

Jennifer Coyle (Hello Brio Studio) is the Philadelphia, PA-based designer of the handcrafted blackboard bold typeface Sweet Pineapple (2014, tweetware). Other creations include hand-drawn dingbat sets such as Doodlebots (2014), Doodled Vector Icons (2014), Drink + Cocktail Vector Illustrations (2014), and Doodled Animals (2014). In 2015 she made Yellow Canary (handcrafted all caps font), Sunny Side Up, Paperweight (handcrafted poster font), Elbow Room, Everything Is Golden (brush font), and Doodled Coffee Icons.

Typefaces from 2016: Homebrew.

Jennifer runs Hello Brio studio. Behance link. Hello Brio Studio. Creative Market link. Another Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Henning Hartmut Skibbe
[ErlerSkibbeTönsmann (and: Character Type)]

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Henta Zakharia

Kediri, Indonesia-based designer of the free display typeface Brique (2021) and the psychedelic Stone Come On (2021), and the icon set Shape Pack (2021). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Herbanu Tri Sasongko
[Herbanuts (or: LetterStuff Type Foundry)]

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Herbanuts (or: LetterStuff Type Foundry)
[Herbanu Tri Sasongko]

Wonosari, Yogyakarta, Indonesia-based designer (b. 1991) of Primera (2018), Ballicons (2017) and Glyphicons (2017). In 2018, he added Larys Manice (a children's book font), Typis, Sweet Dessert, Rossela, Kiddos and the sci-fi typeface Space Surfer.

Typefaces from 2019: Rolas Sans (a great rounded sans), Thumbelina, Alenka, Oceania (Victorian), Cherishia.

Typefaces from 2020: Misro (a fat supermarket typeface), Chillok (plump, handcrafted), Qolak Pisank, Pastelova (a fat finger font).

Typefaces from 2021: Silverback (an inline blackletter typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Herman Coetzee

Herman Coetzee (Blackboxgrafx), who is based in Vredesburg, South Africa, designed the futuristic, dystopian and sci-fi typefaces NuMono (2022), ArcType (2022), Quadra (2022), M Tech (2022), and Blackbox (2021). He also made a Cyberpunk Icons set in 2022. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Arie Hadianto]

Bandung, Indonesia-based designer (b. 1986) of the free curvy comic book / oriental simulation typeface Outsider (2016) and the rounded angular typeface Godsmith (2016). He also made several sets of commercial icons. Behance link. Creative Market link. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Heydon Pickering

Norwich, UK-based designer (b. 1982) who created the free icon dingbat font Heydings Icons (2011). See also Heydings Controls (2011) and Heydings Common Icons (2011).

In 2014, Pickering designed the thin octagonal typeface Squib.

Fontsquirrel link. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Jason Hogue]

Highchair is Jason Hogue's type foundry in Providence, RI. Jason Hogue is Director of Design & UX at Oomph, Inc. Early in his career, at T26, he created Infinity (1999), Interrobang (1999), Solidarity, and Displacement (2000, pixel face). He also published these fonts at Garagefonts. HC Din Engschrift Rounded is exclusive at Highchair. In 2018, he finished PE Analog Clock Icon Font.

FontShop link. Github link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

[Tania Dominguez]

San Salvador, El Salvador and Whiteclay, NE-based designer of these handcrafted typefaces in 2018: Maitana, Cala (dingbats), Sansa Kid (Scandinavian style), Martina (script), Sansa. Earlier typefaces: Begonia Sans (2014), Soda Pop (2014), Lemonade (2014), Dodo (2014), Gefont (2014: geometric). She also made many sets of hand-drawn icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hishand Studio
[Putu Dody Permana]

Bali, Indonesia-based designer in 2021 of Eu Alonira (+Icon: a distinguished display sans), Le Amatcky (+Icon: a display typeface and a set of religious icons), Leky Calgria (a flashy display typeface), Amelaryas (+Icons; a display serif), Gyahegi (a decorative serif with religious icons), Agraham (a decorative serif with many ligatures; +Icon), La Gagliane and La Gagliane Icon (fashion mag typefaces), La Obrige (a decorative serif and matching icon set), Kally Dreams (a monolinear fat finger script), and the script or signature typefaces Wina Aprilina, Canggu Vibes, Feeling Beiges, Virghie and Lafamaria.

Typefaces from 2022: Lamarkie (a display serif with a negative 45 degree axis), Qanoar (a decorative serif), Alokary (a Peignotian fashion sans). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Holmkvist Creative
[Robert Holmkvist]

Holmkvist Creative is the London-based studio of Robert Holmkvist that created the octagonal typeface family Labour that includes a few stencil styles (2013). Buy Labour via Hype For Type.

Into Film Rounded is a rounded bubblegum sans typeface. It was created for Into Film, a film education charity that puts film at the heart of the educational and personal development of children and young people aged 5-19 across the UK. Avios (2014) is a set of custom icons for Avios.

Decade (2015) is a piano key typeface influenced by Albers, Crouwel, Garland and Gerstner.

Schear Grotesk (2017) is a compressed grotesk custom font in the style of Haettenschweiler. In 2020, it went retail 175 dollars per computer. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Ozalp Furkan Eroz]

Turkish designer of Miniline Icons (2017), a set of nearly 3000 outlined icons. In 2018, he published Bold Line Icons (1600 glyphs).

Typefaces from 2019: Bubble Point, Genome.

Typefaces from 2021: Swirly Icons (a set of 630 monolinear outlined icons). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Hungarumlaut (was: Cila Design)
[Adam Katyi]

Adam Katyi, who hails from Sopron, Hungary, has three degrees. He has a BA from the University of West Hungary at Institute of Applied Arts, Sopron in 2010, and an MA from Moholy-Nagy Art and Design University, Budapest in 2012. In 2013, he graduated from the Type & Media program at KABK in Den Haag. In 2014 Adam founded his own type foundry, Hungarumlaut. Between 2015 and 2016 he worked for Miles Newlyn at Newlyn Ltd, as a part time font engineer and type designer. Since 2014, he teaches at the Moholy-Nagy Art and Design University. He is currently located in Graz, Austria. His typefaces:

  • In 2009, he created 9Pixel.
  • In 2010, he designed a typeface called Ringua, and the great Totfalusi Sans Serif, his BA final project at Sopron's Institute of Applied Art.
  • In 2012: Ursin (techno, octagonal), Ursin Rounded.
  • His KABK graduation typeface is a large sans typeface family, Westeinde, which has caption, text and display subfamilies, and weights going from hairline to black. The geometric family shows influences from Bauhaus and constructivism. In addition to being drop-dead gorgeous, this family has optical sizes as well.
  • In 2013, Adam Katyi created Gewaard, an interpretation of Halfvette Aldine, shown in the Lettergieterij Amsterdam specimen of ca. 1906. This didone with bracketed serifs was a revival project at KABK under the guidance of Paul van der Laan.
  • Also in 2013, he published Infinity Space Icons.
  • Nubu (2014). A thin fashion mag sans custom made for the fashion design group NUBU.
  • Telkmo: A Custom font by Adam Katy and Miles Newlyn for Telkom South-Africa.
  • In 2015, he designed the monospaced typeface Menoe Grotesque for Latin, Greek and Cyrillic, which was inspired by an old Continental typewriter. Menoe can be used as a programming font.
  • Ost (2016). A custom typeface for Ost Konzept, is a clothing brand established in 2016 in Hungary by Aron Sasvari and Oliver Lantos, and named after the German word for East, as a symbol of the formerly isolated Eastern-European reality, the results a disorted viewpoint of fashion.
  • Magen. Magen is a one-style, headline typeface with translation contrast, based on sketches with a broad-edged pen. A custom design for The Revere, a bi-weekly, student-run, foreign affairs periodical.
  • For the Laszlo Moholy-Nagy Design Grant (named after Bauhaus artist Laszlo Moholy-Nagy), he created the ink-trapped custom typeface Mohol in 2017.
  • Kleine Titel is a custom typeface for the Styrian Kleine Zeitung daily newspaper.
  • Laslo (2018) is a sans typeface with variable widths. It was inspired by the letter a of a Bauhaus Tapetenmusterbuch from 1934.
  • Amen Display (2018). This didone grew out of Gewaard: I made the first sketches and digital files at my Type and Media studies as a revival project under the name Gewaard. Project leader: Paul van der Laan. The Medium weight is an interpretation of Halfvette Aldine, shown in the Lettergieterij Amsterdam specimen of c.1906. I have found the original typeface in an old prayer-book, from Butzon and Bercker, Kevelaer, 1904. The type was set in large size, in 24 pt. Since 2013 I have redrawn the letters several times, but I've found its clear voice only five years after the first sketches. In 2018 I redesigned all the characters with more geometric details and a comletely new italic style.
  • Supergravity (2018-2020).

Behance link for Cila Design. Cila Design. Behance link for Hungarumlaut. Type Today link. Yet another Behance link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Huynh Nguyen

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam-based graophic designer who drew a great iconic set of birds in 2018. One set in the collection is called ABC Avian. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Iain Budgen

Guildford and/or Cranleigh, UK-based creator of the pixelish typeface Speakerbox (2014), the hipster typeface Yelofinch (2014), Pinkfinch (2014), Clock Icons (2014), Weather Icons (2014), the cryptic typeface Kruptos (2012) and of the pixelish typeface Type Beast (2013). Shapabet (2012) is an alphabet composed entirely of simple geometric shapes. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿


A free 2100-strong icon font in truetype and SVG versions with icons in 30 categories: Web application (399), Brand (203), Directional (113), Social (113), Animal (109), Currency (100), Food (98), Mobile UI (91), Sport (82), Weather (81), Construction (64), Medical (56), Transport (53), Device (50), Payment (47), Mathematical (47), Text editor (45), Abstract (41), File type (41), Education (40), Law (39), Person (38), Multimedia (35), Business (23), Emoticon (20), Kids (19), Travel (14), Chart (13), Search (11), Fitness (10).

Production by Fontello. [Google] [More]  ⦿


IcoMoon offers a free icon font made by "KeyaMoon". It also has a free font generator that allows one to create a font from selected glyphs. The free version is limited---the full version of Icomoon costs 39 dollars.

In addition, IcoMoon has a free tool, IcoMoon App, to make vector data (such as SVG files; one per glyph) into fonts and to create cool icons. The Icomoon version on Github has 2364 dingbats. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Icon Dock

Commercial vector icon place owned by N.Design Studio. For example, Rocky includes 290 icons/symbols that can be used for web templates, user interfaces, package labels, stickers, mobile apps, and more. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Icon Fonts

Icon Fonts are a subcategory of the genus Dingbat Fonts in which all or most glyphs represent screen, web, or computer icons.

As an example, Simurai lists these:

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Icon Stacks
[Conor Muirhead]

Conor Muirhead shows how to combine icon glyphs to create complex icons using clever CSS programming. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Icon maker and seller featuring over two million icons, usually in SVG format. Super aggressive site with messages from salesman in the bottom right corner. Designer of the free SVG-format icon set Unicons (2021, by Jemis Mali). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Igor Kiselev

Russian creator in Moscow of the free icon typeface Web Symbols (2011, OFL).

Just Be Nice Studio in Moscow. Fontsquirrel link. Fontspace link. Russian link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Igor Labudovic
[IL Fonts]

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IL Fonts
[Igor Labudovic]

Vienna-based type designer who joined Schriftlabor in 2015, and started his own type foundry, IL Fonts, in 2019. He made the stencil type family Brilliant in 2010 at Facetype.

Still at Facetype, he cooperated with Michael Hager on Stanley Slab (2012), which is an interpretation of wood type combined with the idea of modern stencils. Stanzer (2010, a unicase typeface done with Michael Hager) is an interpretation of wood type combined with the idea of modern stencils.

Vendetta (2011) is a multilingual sans & serif text type family that supports Latin and Cyrillic.

Wiener is an upright italic created with a bamboo-pen.

Typo Passage is a high-contrast piano key display typeface. This is a modification of an original typeface by Mischa Zog at Erwin Bauer's office.

In 2013, he graduated from the MATD program at the University of Reading. His graduation typeface was Salom [peace]: Salom is a type family for complex, yet lively typography, supporting Arabic, Hebrew and Latin. The purpose of this typeface is to balance all three scripts in equal harmony, keeping in mind their individual cultural heritage. Salom is designed to bridge challenging typography with the outspoken voice of the streets. The family comes in Light, Regular, Semi Bold, Bold and Black, every weight in three styles, Roman, Italic and Stencil. Salom was published at Schriftlabor as a retail typeface in 2018.

In 2014, Hans Renzler, Dmitrij Ritter and Igor Labudovic co-designed the sans serif and slab serif pair of typefaces Donau Neue and Donau Alte.

In 2016, Manuel Radde and Igor Labudovic joined forces for the development of the multiline OCL family of fonts and icons, where OCL stands for Open Commons Linz. These were developed for the city of Linz, and are distributed freely: The use, reproduction, alteration, or adaptation of the digital resources is expressly allowed. Still in 2016, he published the custom creamy signage typeface Almdudler and the 1930s style display typeface Schatzhauser.

Typefaces done at IL Fonts:

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Ilaria Dell'Oro

Graphic designer in Lecco, Italy, who created the wide techno font Athletic (2013) with accompanying stick figure sports icons. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ina Kleemann

Hamburg, Germany-based designer who interned in Portland, OR. Her typefaces include Happy Holidays font (2014), useful for Christmas cards. She also created Fall Vacation Icon Set (2014) and Squibs (2015, a sans typeface with sufficient quirkiness to make it attractive for children's books). [Google] [More]  ⦿


Designer of SketchIconsbold (2015, iFontMaker). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Inga Luft

German co-designer, with Manuel Viergutz, of Klein Rough Gemein (2020), a font family that includes an icon set and several styles that emulate old German rubber stamps. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Inna Kukushkina

Kiev, Ukraine-based designer of Advio (2017: a rounded set of capitals) and Medical Icons (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Invasione Creativa
[Edoardo Santamato]

Invasione Creativa is based in Milan, Italy. At this studio, Benedetto Papi and Edoardo Santamato co-designed the free constructivist typeface Scighera (2014) and a set of round icons (2014).

In 2017, Edoardo Santamato designed the experimental typefaces Capitals Tokyo and Capitals New York. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ion Icons
[Brandy S. Carney]

Designer of the open source icon font Ion Icons (2019). Github link. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Ionicons is a completely open-source icon set with 1,300 icons crafted for web, iOS, Android, and desktop apps. In SVG format.

By the Ionic Framework team. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Irina Suchkova

Moscow-based designer of a hybrid Latin typeface (2016) based on Garamond Italic and New Courier Italic. She also created a set of Olympic pictograms and a Cyrillic military stencil typeface called Ulichnyj in 2016. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Isaac Claramunt

Barcelona-based designer of the piano key typeface Quicktype (2013), Barcelona City Icons (2017), and the commercial typeface Aloha (2017), which is a tribute to the tattoo style that originated in Hawaii in the 1940s. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ismail Abdurrasyid
[Asyan Design]

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[Max Tarkhov]

Kiev, Ukraine-based designer of the free tape font Tapeflow (2019), and the winter tour icon set Just Ride (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ivan Ginev
[COG Graphics]

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Ivan Gulkov

Russian graphic designer working out of San Francisco. His work includes a few nice Cyrillic typographic pieces, some icon sets and digitally revived Vjaz lettering (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ivan Vlasov

Moscow-based designer of Love Story (2017, handcrafted), Splasher (2017, an ink spill font), Charming Me (2017), Starway (2017), Azteker (2017), Robofor (2017, decorative caps) and Liner (2017, a monoline sans).

In 2018, he designed Sport Pack Icons.

Graphicriver link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

J. Hogue

J. Hogue (Highchair Designahus and Oomph Inc, Providence, RI) created Analog-Clock-icon-font (2012). Github link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jacek Janiczak

Poznan,Poland-based designer of Rock Font (2014, a spurred Victorian set of caps), and a free set of icons (2014, vector format). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Creator of the commercial sans typeface Jade (2013) and the icon set Minimalist (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jacob Gube
[Six Revisions]

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Jahng Hyoung Joon

Seoul, Korea-based designer of a geometric solid typeface in 2017, and a great set of human pictograms in 2016. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jakov Jakovljevic

Kragujevac / Belgrade, Serbia-based illustrator. Designer of an untitled Latin / Cyrillic sans serif in 2016. [Google] [More]  ⦿

James George

Knoxville, TN-based designer of the free handcrafted typeface James Hand (2016). He also made several free sets of icons, including Technology Icons (2016), Shadowcons (2015), Science Icons (2014), Vegetable Icons (2014), Fruit Icons (2014), Hexagonal Outline Icons (2014), Hexagonal Fill Icons (2014), Practicons (2014) and Foldicons (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

James M. Harris
[Harris Design]

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James Walsh

Chemistry professor at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Designer of the free font Academicons (2015), which can be downloaded from CTAN and Github. The academicons TeX package was written by Diogo A. B. Fernandes. Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jamila Hodges

Graphic design student in Manchester, UK, who created Two Toned (2012) and the free wavy alchemic display typeface Maxim (2014). She also created a free set of 70 AI format pictograms. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jamilla Grannetia

Hilversum, The Netherlands-based designer of the grid-based typeface family Formgiving (2017) and the textured typeface Rotten (2017).

Typefaces from 2018: Morbid Icons, Fluid, Point, Dweeb (a neon typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jan Burchiellaro Falinski

Senior brand designer in Milan, Italy. His typefaces:

  • Ygro Sans (2021). A free grotesque typeface with inktraps.
  • A logotype for the city of Istanbul (2020).
  • An experimental variable font with two axes, geometry and tone of voice (2019).
  • An icon font for the real estate company Dovevivo (2018).
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Jan Kovarik

Designer of Glyphicons (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jared Froeber

Based in Fargo, ND, Jared Froeber created the dot matrix typeface Press Start (2014) and an untitled set of icons (also in 2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jasmine Shields

Graphic designer in Glasgow, Scotland, who created the counterless Pof Dont in 2016. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jason Hogue

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Jelio Dimitrov

Bulgarian designer of Socialico (2012), a free set of social icon fonts, published at Fontfabric. Home page. Another URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jennifer Coyle
[Hello Brio Studio]

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Jenny Lipets

Graphic designer and ilustrator who designed the icon sets Running, Swimming and Cycling in 2020. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jens Uwe Meyer
[Mutabor Design]

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Jeremy Ross

Graphic designer in Saint Louis, MO, who created the free blackboard bold layered typeface Julep (2015) and Hipsticons (2015) and Printicons (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jericho Jayme

Auckland, New Zealand-based designer of the architectural decorative caps typeface Pride of Place (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jesse Snyder
[Warehouse Design]

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Jigsoar icons
[Benjamin Humphrey]

Benjamin Humphrey's free icon set is called Jigsoar Icons. Benjamin is a designer for AVOS, and lives in Dunedin, New Zealand.

Home page. Link to Jigsoar. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jimmy Kalman
[OX Lab]

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Joe Jimenez

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Joey Raphael

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Johann Desobry

During his studies at HETIC in Montreuil, France, Johann Desobry designed a free School Icon set (2017) [Google] [More]  ⦿

Johannes Erler

Johannes Erler was born in 1965 in Hamburg. While studying graphic design in Kiel, he worked with Lo Breier in Hamburg and on joint projects with Neville Brody. In 1992 he graduated in communication design from the Muthesius Academy, School of Applied Arts in Kiel. His thesis was about a typeface with information and warning symbols for packaging. FontShop liked the concept and published it as FF Care Pack in 1992. He created the octagonal family FF Pullman in 1997.

FontShop's Jürgen Siebert soon suggested that a modern alternative to Zapf Dingbats would be needed. Though Hermann Zapf's symbol font was pre-installed on nearly every computer, it was too incomplete, inconsistent, and out of date, according to Siebert. The result was FF Dingbats, co-designed with Olaf Stein and launched in 1993, just as Johannes Erler and Olaf Stein launched Factor Design. The fonts have become a fixture in communication design worldwide. In 2007, the extensive update FF Dingbats 2.0 by Johannes Erler and Helmut Skibbe was published. This was followed in 2014 by FF Dingbats 2.0 UI and FF Dingbats 2.0 Inverted UI. FFDingbests (with Olaf Stein) is a free sampler of FF Dingbats. Erler Dingbats (2011) is free.

Fontshop link. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Johannes Hoffmann
[Johannes Hoffmann]

Düsseldorf, Germany-based creator of Vivala Media Icons (2013) and Vivala Unicase (2012).

In 2014, he made the monoline superelliptical sans family Monia and Signatia, which is inspired by Polish children's books. In 2014, he finished Vivala Line, Vivala Slab, and Vivala Coffee House Icons.

In 2015, he added Vivala Black, a mammoth weight type, Vivala G Slab, and Vivala Sans Round.

In 2016, he published the rounded sans typeface Edigna, the programming font Vivala Code and the soft-edged Vivala Milk.

Typefaces from 2017: Macella (the proportional version of the monospaced Vivala Code).

Typefaces from 2019: Vivala BL (blackletter).

Typefaces from 2020: Vivala Pix.

Typefaces from 2022: Vivala Re (an inline version). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Johannes Hoffmann
[Johannes Hoffmann]

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John Caserta
[The Design Office]

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Jon Hicks
[24 Ways]

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Jonathan Hull

Graphic designer in Salt Lake City, UT. Creator of Digital Marketing Icons (2015) and Planetary and Zodiacal Symbols (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jonathan Macagba
[Prototype-NY (was: Handcraftedfonts)]

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Jonathan Martin

Graphic design graduate from Birmingham City University, who is now based in Marlborough, UK. His typeface Two Lines English Egyptian was developed in 2013 for a university project. It was based on the specimen found in the Blake, Garnett and Co. type specimen c. 1819. This typeface was produced by the first William Caslon's grandson, William Caslon Junior and his type foundry in around 1816, and is said to be the first commercial printing sans serif.

Creator of the alchemic typeface Ambicase Sans Display (2012), the double case typeface CO2 Display (2012), Facade Sans (2012, a combination of art deco and Futura), Facade Display (2012), Facade Display Stencil (2012), Facade Novelty (2012), and Twofaced Display Type (2012, Ten Dollar Fonts). In 2014, the entire Facade series was renamed Fassade---I think, but am not sure, that pressure must have come from Ascender / Monotype, which has a typeface called Facade by Steve Matteson.

Typefaces from 2013 include Hadron (a strong-willed display typeface), Old Railway Type (revival of early 1900s sans serif lettering found on railway signage of the this period all across the UK).

In 2017, he published the outlined Del Agua icons. In 2018, he designed the logotype Orshon. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joost van Vredendaal

Utrecht, The Netherlands-based creator of Cirque de les folies (sic) (2011, an ornamental caps face), Men Archetype (2016: icons), and Refinery (2012).

Typefaces from 2017: Infrastructure (multiline typeface), Music in Mono is Dead, Cartoonesque.

Behance link. Cargo Collective link. Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jordan Humphreys

Creator of the fat finger typeface Nutbutter (2012, iFontMaker) and the icon font Fontcustom (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jordi Manero Pascual
[Woodcutter Manero]

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Jorge Rico

Toledo, Spain-based graphic designer. He used the positions of the stars to create connect-the-points letters in his Constellation typeface (2012). He also made a nice icon set called War Signs (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jory Raphael

Jory Raphael is a designer and entrepreneur living in Vermont. Founder of Sensible World. Designer of icon sets such as Elements, Forecast, Air, Symbolicons Block and Symbolicons Line. His work is available from Symbolicons.com and Symbolset. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Josep Pep Patau i Bellart
[Tipo Pepel (was: Antaviana Typeface Division, or: Astramat)]

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Joseph Wain

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Juergen Krausz

Austrian Juergen Krausz recognizes typefaces like no one else. Ask him. He also designed UniCons (2000, OFL), which consists of common user interface icons. Home page at Grafik Krausz. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Julia Sysmäläinen

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Julian Ma

Jakarta, Indonesia-based designer of the free brush script typeface Mona (2018) and the free squarish typeface Efesto (2018). Julian also designed several sets of icons, including Cleaning Icons, Travel Icons, and a set of emoticons. Correction: It seems that Efesto was made by Runikh Art, not Julian Ma. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Julia Sysmäläinen]

Julia Sysmäläinen Carelian (Juliasys) is a Finnish type designer, who studied at Pekka Halosen Akatemia in Tuusula. She runs her own type foundry, Juliasys. Julia presently lives in Berlin, where she works for Edenspiekermann Berlin.

Julia created these typefaces:

  • FF Mister K Pro (2008, FontFont). A winner at Paratype K2009, where it says that the typeface was co-designed by Jürgen Sanides from Germany. This is a digital rendering extraordinaire of Franz Kafka's handwriting. Ivo Grabowitsch writes: This meant not only creating hundreds of ligatures - each of them consisting of two, three or even four single characters - but also integrating numerous alternate characters to avoid successions of repeating shapes, in order to lend FF Mister K Pro a more authentic script feel. Furthermore handy OpenType functions were added, for example for stylistic alternatives including hatched text as well as underlining and crossing out. Eventually three completely different single fonts were developed. Besides the normal cut there's also Crossout, which allows for setting extensively crossed out text and Onstage, which clearly looks more extravagant and wriggly. All foreign languages and features included the standard cut alone contains more than 1,500 glyphs. In 2009, she published FF Mister K Dingbats. FF Mister K Informal (2011) won an award at TDC 2012. FF Mister K Splendid followed in 2014 and Mister K Crossout and Mister K Onstage in 2015.
  • In 2012, Julia published the beautiful handwriting font ALS SyysScript at Art Lebedev Studio.
  • As Juliasys, Julia Sysmäläinen published the semi-serif Latin / Cyrillic / Greek typeface family Mir (2013) and the handwriting font Emily in White (2014, based on the writing style of American lyricist Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)).
  • ALS Finlandia Script (2015, for Art Lebedev Studio).
  • ALS Pobeda (2015). A MIG29-themed dot matrix typeface inspired by the Moscow Victory Day Parade commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War.
  • Sentres Icons (2015). Designed for Sentres, a tourist portal for South Tyrol. In 2016, she designed the Visit Berlin Icons.
  • Josef K Paneuropean, and Josef K Patterns (2015, ornaments based on Kafka's letterforms).
  • ALS Scripticus (2013). A blackboard script.
  • Colorado (2016). A ribbon type family with several kinds of zebra stripes. Codesigned by Julia Sysmäläinen and Jürgen Sanides, published by Juliasys.
  • Optimisti (2016). A smooth thick script typeface.
  • Little House Script (2017). A typeface simulating Laura Ingalls Wilder's handwriting.
  • MIR Next (2021). A 20-style humanist---semi---slab-serif for Latin, Cyrillic and Greek, with enough bells and whistles to make it useful for Vietnamese and scientific texts.

Klingspor link. FontShop link. Behance link. Another Behance link. Art Lebedev link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Julie Prunaret

Lyon, France-based student-designer of Prune's Beers (2016, beer icons) and a runic typeface (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Julien Bailleux
[North Park (or: Nrth Prk)]

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Julja Petrushevska

Graphic designer in Sofia, Bulgaria. Creator of the experimental triangular typeface 3Angle (2013). She also created a set of icons for an app called Xpensy that keeps track of household expenses. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juraj Chrastina

Freelance designer from Slovakia, b. 1981, Zilina. He set up shop at MyFonts in 2009. His typefaces:

  • 2009: Stanislawski (display sans), Bonatti (simplified sans), Motyka (an octagonal family).
  • 2010: Cassin (dingbats), Birkenmajer (blackletter and curly), Ruman (a piano key font not unlike many of the modular fonts made over at FontStruct), Komarnicki (geometric---it is largely based on arcs of a circle), Batura (ornaments), Flexi Social Icons (a set of 64 social network and media buttons), Messner (a hairline sans), Kammerlander (a high-contrast all caps Peignotian face that Juraj claims is well suited for fashion mags), Runout (a black marker face), Walker (a floral dingbat face), Trango (an unevenly spaced fun childish hand-printed face), Chogolisa (an elliptical sans family).
  • 2011: Primitive Icons (dingbats), Manaslu (his first cartoon font), Baltoro Sans (humanist sans), Masherbrum Slab Thin (hairline slab for fashion mags), Latok (a fat keyhole-themed art deco display face), Makalu (a flower dingbat typeface inspired by the lovely drawings of the famous illustrator Zdenìk Miler), Besley Hand (hand-printed didone), Ambassador (a hairline roman capitals face, ideal for glossy fashion mags. Its high-contrast Peignotian companion is Snob), Greenhorn (a comic book face), Gamba (an elliptical typeface), Valibuk (a strong black sans headline face), Lomidrevo (a grunge stencil derived from Valibuk), Baronessa (hand-printed poster face), Baron (hand-printed poster face).
  • 2012: Rumbarak (inspired by the titles of a few old Czech movies for children), Boudoir (a hand-printed poster face), Fimfarum (a wonderful set of hand-printed poster typefaces that can be mixed and matched for certain effects).
  • 2013: Gentleman (a sans family from hairline to black), Amundsen (an all-caps stencil typeface), Smart Labels (badges), Lustig (an interlocking poster font), Hilton Sans and Hilton Serif (fashion mag headline typefaces kerned and spaced by Igino Marini), Handy Labels, Loco (a counterless geometric art deco face), Charmante (hand-drawn poster typeface).
  • 2014: Fram (an uppercase stencil typeface for Latin and Cyrillic), General (neutral sans family with a very thin hairline weight).
  • Fonts from 2015: Vagabundo (hand-brushed), Britva (a glaz krak typeface derived from Valibuk).
  • Typefaces from 2016: Gerlach Sans, Gibon (a cartoon font).
  • Typefaces from 2017: Mysteria (hipster sans).
  • Typefaces from 2019: Freud (a 9-style sans).

Pic. Myfonts link. Creative Market link. Klingspor link. Fontspring link. Behance link.

Showcase of Juraj Chrastina's typefaces at MyFonts. Behance link.

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Just One Dollar

Designer of icons and typefaces.

  • Typefaces: Dinon (2017), Jubi (2017), Shavo (2017), Tallino (2017), Linus (2017), Ropeo (2017: hanging letters), Bazo (2017: circular sans), Quma (2017: titling sans), Xolo (2017), Massias Neo (2017), Massias (2015), Wolme (2015: deconstructed sans), Aruca (2015: stencil), Frow (2015).
  • Icons: Islamic, Fitness (2015), Communication, Marketing, Commerce, Analytics, Christmas (2015), Clothes (2015).
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K. Kris Yoo

Kris Yoo was born and raised in Seoul, Korea. She is an interaction designer in Newport Beach, CA.

She created a pictogram font (2012) and as a Peignotian sans called Kris Sans (2012).

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K Projects
[Simone Giorgio]

Simone Giorgio (K-Projects, Varese, Italy; b.1985) is a Fontstructor who created the Western typefaces W Bill (2010) and K Bill (2009), which were inspired by an old Italian comic called Cocco Bill.

Simone wiorks as graphic and type designer

He also designed the octagonal Antique Angles (2009), the counterless Simple Pop (2010), Xetra (2009), Alfabeto (2010) and the 3d shadow typeface Shadow45 (2010).

In 2012, he created the Italian wood style typeface East Wood, and a beautiful rounded suarish mionospaced typeface called Monocolo. This typeface family comes with an icon and emoticon set. In 2014, Kprojects published the monospaced monoline programming font Monocolo and the Italian / Western typeface Rockwood.

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Kadek Adi Mahardika
[Creative Media Lab]

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Kadu Supanik

Kadu Supanik (Joinville, Brazil) created the free hand-printed script typeface Rose (2013). In 2014, he created the free social media icons font family Sozialize, the warm commercial sans typeface family Elisabeth and the ornamental caps typeface Windflower.

Typefaces from 2015: Vintage Break (letterpress emulation).

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[Roman Korolev]

Roman Korolev (Kaer, Vologda, Russia) designed the wood stick brush typeface WoodStick in 2016.

Typefaces from 2017: OneLine Bold (rounded fat color font).

Typefaces from 2019: Antique Initials (regular and color; with a flower pattern), OneLine Overlap (a color font).

Typefaces from 2020: Pagesso (a lava lamp font), Avery (a monolinear connected sans), Sailem (an inline art deco font), Old Stamp (a fingerprint font), Silvery (a display typeface on the theme of thick and thin), Blueberry Spot, Coffee Chalk (a textured typeface), Allegro (a blueprint type), Northern Monk (beveled), Westland (blackletter), Neon Line, Bronze (art deco, +color, +texture), Shtrih (dry brush), Geoline (sketched, textured), Flowline, Foliageant (floral, curly), Northern Runes (rune emulation), Neon (color font), Parallel Lines, Bronzen Abundance (a display family with textured and color options), Sharp Stroke (a heavy brush typeface), Renaissance Initial, Celtic Spiral, Lace Line.

Typefaces from 2021: Atta Weird (a font for LSD addicts), Three Neon Lines, Dead Saint (a Halloween alphabet), Lockdown Christmas (a dot matrix font), Nordic Folk (a layerable typeface family with Scandinavian texture; plus Nordic Folk Icons), Hewy (a display typeface), Planny (a blueprint font), Sportlight (a speed font), Wesloy (a brush serif font), Carle (a 3d polygonal children's book font; +Shadow, +Colored), Absundo (a playful dual weight font), Wide Plump (a geometric solid typeface), Colton (a condensed boutique serif), Aztec Initials (+a colored version), Adrim (a thin floriated sans), Northern Monk (an inscriptional ustav-inspired typeface), Sogia (a decorative serif).

Typefaces from 2022: Asl Line (an American Sign Language font). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Kagan Kazakci

During his studies at Haceteppe University in Ankara, Turkey, Kagan Kazakci the playful font Meltinfo (2013) as well as some geometric Olympic Pictograms (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kaiser Zhar Khan

Kaiser Zhar Khan (b. 1980, Chile), aka Zanatilja, used to run a new defunct archive called True Type Fonts. He also designed many typefaces himself. The most famous among these is his free African-themed typeface South Afirkas 2100 (2009), which is downloadable from Dafont.

In 2012, he made Stickerman Bad Times, Rock X Start TFB, Aespiro TFB, Perspectivo TFB (3d face), Desgarvuda (textured face), Estancofida TFB (textured face), LEDisplay TFB, Restroom Signs TFB, Chinese Cally TFB, Discontinuo, Suast Ornad TFB (a textured face), Scoolar TFB (3d face), Katakana TFB, Hiragana TFB, Dragons TFB, Arrows TFB, Old Retro Keys TFB, Pycuaf, Pycuafodi, Dragon Ball TFB, Escaned (texture face), Chess TFB, Seagram TFB, Army Weapons TFB, Stamp Seal TFB, Logos TFB, Scripto TFB, Another Ornaments TFB, Vintage Auto Cars TFB, Simple (a monoline sans), Travesia TFB (information design dings), Music TFB (dingbats), Xmas Cartoon, Wings of Wind TFB, Mickey M TFB, Pincel Handwrite, Jigsaw Pieces TFB, Valentines Day TFB (heart dingbats), Proportional TFB (squarish sans), Stars TFB, Working Signs TFB, Signs Language TFB, Ornaments Labels and Frames, Snowflakes TFB, Christmas Nativity TFB, Chinese Zodiac TFB, Zodiac TFB, Only Skulls, Calendar Note TFB, Sports TFB (sports silhouettes), Old Retro Labels TFB, 11 Vator TFB, Xmas TFB (Christmas dings), Trees TFB, Clothing Logos TFB, Dirty Sweb, Can Dog TFB, Ornaments, Finger Print, Kitty Kats TFB, Batman Logo Evolution TFB, Light TFB (avant garde sans), Digital Display TFB (LED face), Skullx (dingbats), Tribal Tattoo (dingbats), Klingon, The Meme Font (dingbats), Rongorongo (a system of glyphs discovered in the 19th century on Easter Island), Strangferfixcs, Hotel Transilvania and Frankenwine.

Typefaces made in 2013: Pudahuel Sans, Variada TFB (simple circle-and-arc-based sans), Estorea TFB, New LED Board TFB, Rayada TFB (textured face), New Barcode Font TFB, Estrellas TFB (stars), Estrellass (sic) TFB, Spirits Dots Drinks, Mero Ornad TFB (fishnet textured), Toolz TFB, New Stencil TFB, Logocarsbats TFB, Caritons TFB (smilies), Illustrations TFB (scanbats), Edgebat TFB (knives), Crossbats TFB (crosses), Abstrec TFB (organic sans), Frames TFB, BitxMap Font TFB, Austera Simple TFB, Traffic Signs TFB, Extranger Sol TFB, Rifle Bats TFB, New X Digital TFB (LED typeface family), Dasgastada TFB, El Alambre TFB, Punk Not Dead TFB, Triangled TFB, Noxtrey Auf TFB, Cross LED TFB (+Bold), Cursi Extra TFB, Hearts Shapes TFB, Ornamentsss TFB, Eggfaces TFB, Orniste TFB, Shadded TFB (sic) (shadow face), Spoghetti Western (sic) (Italian Far West face), Groovy Font (shaded), Fireguns TFB (dingbats), Only Revolver TFB (dingbats), Aeg Flyon Now (condensed sans), Espinuda TFB, T1 Logoso TFB, Social Logos TFB, Hearts and Flowers for valentines, Astrology Astrological TFB, Ornametss TFB, Astrology TFB, Old Ornaments, Old Foundry Prints TFB, Old seals TFB, English Two Line TFB (pearly alphabet from 1796), Amame TFB (dot matrix face), Fontesda TFB (sketched face), Flowers Dots Bats TFB, Queen Destroy TFB, Bicycle TFB (dingbats), Stone Army, Ancient Weapons TFB, Numismatic Bats TFB, Elizabethan Initials TFB, Anome Ibul, Big Daddy LED, Mavole Sinpo TFB (spurred), Dowted Remix TFB (dot matrix face), QR Font TFB, Another Barcode, Display Free TFB (LED face), Cadabra Debilex, Initials TFB, Music Logos TFB, Toxic Waste TFB, Ornad Dentro TFB, Logos and Logos TFB, Amore Mio, Hearts Shapes TFB, Another X Display TFB (dot matrix), Pro Display TFB (dot matrix), Juino Net, Quiwo Luse TFB, Aliencons Two, Cargante TFB, News Board TFB, Aliencons TFB, Barcode TFB, Birthday Balon TFB, Birds TFB (silhouettes), Le Fish (fish silhouettes), Motos TFB, Love You Too TFB (Valentine's day font), LED LCD 123, Noteame (fat sans), Badopus TFB (monoline script), Estrellado TFB, Love You TFB (Valentine's Day font), Cubs LED TFB (LED / dot matrix typeface), Text Inside TFB (textured face), Kuwa Ronmcie Q (circle-based face), Zebra TFB, Distrogrunge TFB, Carillas TFB (smilies).

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Kaligra.co (was: Newflix, Icarus Bro, and Artlantis)
[Kurt Harahap]

Aka Icarus Bro and as Newflix, est. 2017. Medan, Indonesia-based designer of the geometric sans typefaces Gerald (2017), Gerald Round (2017), Amora Sans (2017), Gaston (2017) and Louisa (2017), and the decorative floriated caps typeface Winter Color (2017).

Typefaces from 2018: Floresto (an interlocking sans), The Florest (another vintage interlockig sans), Western Lake, Uicon (icon sets), Farmer, Snowy, The Northwest, George, George Round, Enriq (a fashion mag sans, +Round), Victoria (sans), The Nomads, Brewski (vintage type), Oregon Vintage, Lighthouse (Sailor Rounded), The Sailor, Jenny, Maxim Sans.

Typefaces from 2019: Marisa, Wanderlust, The Riverfall, Karin, Larosa Sans, Carose (sans), Las Valles, Carino (sans).

Typefaces from 2020: Mikela (decorative serif), Lamore, Rosie Sans, Kelly (decorative serif), Hipster Script, Taylor, Snowy Floral (a color font).

Harahap also made many icon sets, such as Gamers, Galaxy, Fruits, E-Commerce, Christmas, Agriculture, Adventure.

Typefaces from 2021: Valky Wolgen (a decorative serif) or simply Valky.

Typefaces from 2022: Kelly (a display typeface with large rhombic tittles), Larosa (a stylish all caps sans). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Kanda Euatham

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Karine Pujol

Parisian designer of the icon font Netvibes (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kate Shash

Moscow-based designer of the experimental typeface Geom (2016), which was created on a doodled grid. The principle is timeless: draw a grid in some way, no matter how crazy. Then design all your letters by following lines in that grid. No exceptions. For her school, BHSAD, she designed a set of icons (2016). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kathleen Rothschild

New York City-based designer of the all-caps font Godly (2014) on the theme Greek Mythological Gods from Alpha to Omega. While studying at Parsons in 2014, she also created Etiquette Icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kayla Smith

During her studies at the University of Wisconsin Stout, Kayla Smith (Hudson, WI) designed the script typeface Skinny Latte (2016) and Italian Icons (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kaysie Meeker

As a student based in Spring Hill, KS, Kaysie Meeker designed the geometric display typeface Scout (2017), and a set of icons depicting cardinals. [Google] [More]  ⦿

K.B. Sriram

Creator of the free icon font Android Icons (2012): AndroidIcons is an icon font that was derived by vectorizing the Core Android 4.0 Icon, which is available from Android. [Google] [More]  ⦿

KDN Media

Creators of the commercial font Social Network Icons (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kenneth Dahlstrøm Nordahl

Norwegian computer specialist at Høgskolen i Østfold. He created the icon font WriteSocial (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kenny Williams

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Kickstand Apps
[Travis Zehren]

Kickstand Apps (Travis Zehren, Stillwater, MN) is an upstart software development company currently focusing on iOS apps. Designer of the free font Weather Icons (2013), which was originally created for their own NOW Weather app. The typeface was modeled after but is quite different from the very popular Climacons by Adam Whitcroft. It was created by FontForge and its source files are free.

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Kim Uitslag

For a module at Plymouth University in 2014, Kim Uitslag (Groningen, The Netherlands) made a typeface that only shows the essence of type. She also made icons for the Alzheimer's Societ (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Komet & Flicker (was: StockBucket)
[David Phillips]

StockBucket was founded in May of 2004 by graphic designers David Phillips and Traci Daberko in Bellevue / Seattle, WA. It was renamed Komet & Flicker in 2021. David Phillips had earlier run Radar Design (est. 1995), also in Seattle. One can purchase these creations at MyFonts:

  • B-52 (2001,). An octagonal typeface inspired by the lettering used on the vehicles of the U.S. military. It could also be used for athletic lettering.
  • Bamboo (2000).
  • Konstruct (2002).
  • KutOut (2002). A paper cut typeface, dadaist style.
  • Massi (2003).
  • Princess (2003). A girly script by Traci Daberko.
  • RV Park (2004). Western. By Traci Daberko and Dave Phillips.
  • Stock Stuff (2004). Dingbats.
  • Sunset (2003). By Traci Daberko.
  • Tony's Trees (2003). After a dadaist poster style pioneered by Saul Bass.
  • Catwalk (2019: brush script).
  • Hammer + Tongs (2019). Octagonal.
  • Germaine (2021). A vintage wedge-serifed all caps label typeface.
  • Summer Love (2021). A brush script, accompanied by Summer Love Icons.
  • Summer Love (2021). A bold brush font.
  • Coiffeur (squarish), Marlin (2022). A vintage wedge serif.

Klingspor link.

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Kristin Matte

Montreal-based designer of some icons for the ALT Hotel in Halifax in 2013. Behance link [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kuhl Frenzel GmbH

Studio in Osnabrück, Germany. In 2016, they designed some wayfinding icons for the library of the University of Marburg, the Deutsches Museum München, and TU Chemnitz. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kursat Unsal

Graphic designer and illustrator based in Bodrum / Istanbul. Designer of the free vector format cityscape-themed decorative caps typeface Hane (2016) and Olympic Sports Icons (2016). Behance link. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kurt Harahap
[Kaligra.co (was: Newflix, Icarus Bro, and Artlantis)]

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Kwanchai Akkaratammagul

Designer who published the slab serif typeface Martini (2014), the Latin / Thai slab serif typeface Midnight (2011) and the web icon typeface Web Pi (2012) at the Thai foundry Katatrad.

In 2016, Kwanchai designed Martian B at Deltatype. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Kyle Steed

Dallas, TX-based designer of the free display typeface Clumsy (2010) and of the vector format font called Steed Font (2009) and of the hand-printed Funktion (2011).

Designmoo link. Alternate URL.

In 2012, Kyle started selling his Steedicons font and vector format icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

La An

Industrial designer in Moscow who created the display typeface Electroclash (2016).and Olympic Games pictograms (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lance Wyman

Designer who became famous because of his work on wayfinding and branding projects, and his designs for massive urban systems, airports, zoos, and museums. Over the course of his career he has created systems for the Mexico 1968 Olympics, Mexico City Metro, National Zoo, American Museum of Natural History, New York Penn Station, National Mall, Minnesota Zoo and Jeddah International Airport. Wyman taught corporate and wayfinding design at Parsons the New School for Design in New York for forty years, from 1973 until 2013. He lectures internationally and is still designing. The first compendium of his work, Lance Wyman: The Monograph, was published by Unit Editions.

Creator of the identity, logos, fonts, and design elements for the Mexico 1968 Olympics in the op-art or prismatic style. The multilined font, called Mexico Olympic, is due to Photoscript Ltd (I think). A digital font inspired by it is Olio Inline (2012, Max Little). For a free version, see Steve Harrison's Sixty Eight and Sixty Eight Plus (2021).

Wyman, who is a branding specialist based in New York City, is known for his many excellent icons and logos for companies and events. Born in Newark, NJ, he is a graduate of Pratt in Brooklyn with a degree in Industrial Design. He made the Tipo Metro font in 1969 for Mexico City's subway, an adaptation of Eurostile. That font was revived later as Metro DF by Harold Lohner. A pixel version of this (by Kemie, is called Balderas).

Lance Wyman worked with Rick Banks at F37 Foundry on the design of F37 Wyman (2021), which showcases his famous lettering style that goes back to the 1968 Olympics.

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Laszlo Nemes

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Laura Pajuelo

Graphic designer in Barakaldo, Spain. In 2017, Hamex Design (Bilbao, Spain), Teresa Bacelar, Laura Pajuelo, and Ainara Rodriguez co-designed a geometric solid typeface. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lauren Murphy

During her studies at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS, Lauren Murphy designed the display typeface Derby (2017) and a set of food truck icons (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lea Guerini

Nantes, France-based designer of some pictograms in 2016. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lea Kostmann

Graduate of LISAA Strasbourg, class of 2016. Strasbourg, France-based designer of the heavy handcrafted typeface Bertha (2017), Pictograms (2015), and the hexagonal Hexalea (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Leo Rimensberger

During his studies in Geneva, Leo Rimensberger created a (virtual) set of icons for Geneva's airport (2014) and a bold round display typeface called Vivino (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Leonhard Katschner
[Brave Type (was: Brave Lion Fonts)]

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Designer of the free icon font Typeecon (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lera Efremova

Lera Efremova specializes in vector graphics. She has created several icon sets and alphabets in vector format, ca. 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Malaysian artist who specializes in stick figure icon alphabets, ca. 2017. His output, estimated at about 300 to 500 sets of icons, is phenomenal. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Gabriel de Souza]

Type foundry in Bahia, Brazil, run by Gabriel de Souza. Creator of the 72-font sans typeface families Clio, Clio Condensed, Clio Icons, and Clio XS in 2012.

Typefaces made in 2013: Only You Sexy, Only You Sexy Icons, Only You Icons (frames, kitchen dings, romantic dingbats), Only You Pro (a curly hand-printed set of typefaces).

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Lhiamp Philip

London, UK-based designer (b. 1988) of Chemistry Icon (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lilla My
[Ringlet T]

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Lina Martinez

Cali, Colombia-based designer of the ironwork-inspired decorative caps typeface Tonita (2016). She also proposed icons for Cali Terminal de Transportes (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Linda Caroll
[Wild Hare Studio]

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Lisa Bonnion

During her studies at ENSAAMA in Paris, Lisa Bonnion designed the counterless typeface Verybold (2014), the artistic poster typeface Ivresse (2014), the extreme contrast fashion mag typeface Vulpine (2015), Wing Chun stick figure icons (2014), Scan Font (2015), and the fat finger font Dans Ta Face (2014) Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lise G

Toulouse, France-based designer. She created a Funny Icons set and an experimental mirrored alphabet in 2014. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lody Gigliola Choque Gutierrez

Designer at Cuchi qué tipo, a foundry based in Jaén, Spain, of the salmon-textured typeface Rosa Salmon (2016) partly inspired by psychedelia. In 2021, she released an icon set called Artesanias Jaen. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Bojan Stefanovic]

Logo expert in Belgrade, Serbia. Designer of the company logo-based alphabet fonts Monogramico Vol. 1 (2017), Vol. 2 (2018) and Vol. 3 (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿


Design company in Jakarta, Indonesia, that created Cloudon (2014), a vector format set of weather icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lorena Rodriguez Urdiales

Madrid, Spain-based designer of a circular typeface (2018) and a set of icons (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lorenzo Rigamonti

During his studies, Lecco, Italy-based Lorenzo Rigamonti designed the very original oriental simulation typeface Kana (2017), which comes wth wayfinding icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lost at Sea Co
[Petr Knoll]

Prague-based creator of the handcrafted spurred vintage typeface Vienna Hotel (2015), the spurred handcrafted El Capitan (2015), and the Victorian typeface Fiero Rough (2015). He also made Apparel Icons (2015). Behance link. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lovely Bird Digital
[Amber Kuivenhoven]

Amber Kuivenhoven (b. 1993; aka Lovely Bird Digital or Amber Does Freelancing, Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands) created these handcrafted typefaces in 2015: the sketch font Its a Sketch, the handcrafted font Patrick, the water bubble font Retro Bubble, the pointilist typeface Sophia Hearts, Catalina, Tessa (floriated) Fairy, Lets Call Her Tally, Jessica Pearson, Jamy, Sophia Hearts, Patrick, Revival, Shakira, Lucy, Santiago 9 - 9, Hey Bas + Hey Bas Uncrossed, Thinly Armored, Itsa Sketch, Ennis, Brienel, Prickly Bush, Starry Night, Retro Bubbles, Budgie Dingbat, Coffee Shop Icons. In 2018, she published the bird dingbat typeface Budgies. Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Luan Tran

Senior designer in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Creator of two teardrop-themed all-caps vector format typefaces in 2013, Elegance and Lovers. In 2013, he created the curly serif caps typeface Romance, the decorative didone typeface Venus (2013), Floral Typeface (floral caps), and the ball terminal typeface Noble. He also created a set of icons for Octavian Back Office (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lucas Machado

Americana, Brazil-based designer of Moontype (2014) and UNIMEP Pictograms (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Luciana Sottini

Luciana Sottini is an argentinian graphic who studied at Instituto Superior de Comunicacion Visual and National University of Rosario, where she was José Scaglione's student. She designed the weather icons in TypeTogether's WIPR project, and joined the TypeTogether team in 2018. Designer of the icons in Protipo (2018), an information design typeface family by Veronika Burian and José Scaglione at TypeTogether. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Luisa Napoli

During her studies in Sao Paulo, Luisa Napoli created Imagine Regular (2013), an outlined squarish typeface, and 40 design Stuff Icons (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lukas Bischoff
[Artill (or Artill Typs)]

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Lukas Flekal

Graphic designer in Brno, Czechia. He made the striped vector format font Candy Type (215), and a wonderful coloful decorative caps alphabet called Flat Alphabet (2015) and the equally interesting Circular Stamp Retro Vector Type and Circular Stamp Marine Vector Icons. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lutfi Achmad
[Lutfix Studio]

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Lutfix Studio
[Lutfi Achmad]

Indramayu, Indonesia-based designer of the modular sans typeface Daun (2018), the squarish techno typeface Troton (2018) and of Modern Ball Icons (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mac Rhino Fonts (MRF)
[Stefan Hattenbach]

Stefan Hattenbach (b. Stockholm, 1961) is an art director and graphic designer specializing in type and logo solutions. He lives in Stockholm, and has been creating typefaces since 1997. He describes himself as an espresso-fueled art director and graphic designer specializing in type and logo solutions. In 2003, he established Mac Rhino Fonts. His clients included Greenpeace, Amnesty International, Telia, and Hennes&Mauritz. Some of his early typefaces were at Nakedface (now extinct).

His typefaces:

  • Abnormal Regular/Italic.
  • Anziano (2006, Fountain). A wonderful and flowing text family influenced by Weiss (1926). See also Anziano Pro (2021).
  • Brasserie (2007). Has hints of Peignot.
  • Carte Normal.
  • Delicato (2004-2005, Fountain). This was inspired by Jeremy Tankard's Enigma and Petr van Blokland's Proforma. See also Delicato Pro (2021).
  • Euroglory (2009, Fountain). A smooth rounded sans family.
  • Expansion (2009). A display sans.
  • At GarageFonts:
    • Hattrick.
    • New Global. This is also at Umbrella Type/Veer.
    • Stylish.
    • Hangover.
    • Kerning (2001).
    • Montessori Script (2001). Free at Phil's.
    • Pomodoro
    • Speed Freak (2002).
  • Global (at T-26).
  • Graficz (1999-2001, PsyOps). An art deco typeface based on a Polish magazine cover from 1930 by I. Rubin.
  • Islamabad (at PsyOps).
  • Luminance (2002, PsyOps). An interpretation of Pracht, made in 1941-1943 by Carl Pracht.
  • Lunda Modern (1998, PsyOps). After an original from 1938-1942 by Karl-Erik Forsberg called Lunda.
  • Ommegaand (2007, Fountain). A stylish serif based on a 1920s Dutch poster.
  • Oxtail (1998-2000, PsyOps). Starting out from an Egyptienne, Hattenbach created an upright cursive typeface.
  • Polyester (PsyOps).
  • Remontoire (1998, PsyOps). Based on one of the first typefaces drawn by Karl-Erik Forsberg.
  • Replay (2010). Hattenbach's homage to Caslon. Followed in 2021 Replay Pro.
  • Sophisto (2003, PsyOps). A 21-weight monolinear sans family.
  • Stalemate (2002-2008). A workhorse sans family first made as a custom type for a German IT company. Released by Garage Fonts in 2002, and then Fountain in 2004, and expanded in 2007-2008. Now available as Stalemate Pro (2021).
  • Tarocco (2000, PsyOps). A serif family based on Friedrich Bauer's 1906 face, Nordisk Antiqua.

Custom typefaces: Absolut Headline and Script (2008; for Absolut Vodka), Cancerfonden (2018, with Söderhavet), DFDS (sans and serif), Djurgårdens IF (2017: DIF Display, by Kurppa Hosk and Stefan Hattenbach is an octagonal soccer shirt typeface), Dometic Icons (2016), Exotic Snacks (grunge face), Filmstaden (2015-2017, a sans done with Söderhavet), Halebop (2017: octagonal, +Arabic), H&M Script, Hästens (a delicate serif family), Jernhusen (2017, done with Söderhavet), Resurs Bank (2018, done with Söderhavet), SJ (2015), Skanska (2016, done with Söderhavet: Skanska Sans), Skrapan Sans (2006-2007), So-Type (2017-2018, done with Söderhavet: So Ray, So Sargo and So Wrasse), Svenska Arkitekter (2016: the stencil typeface SA Display; done with Ramiro Oblitas), Svenska Dagbladet (2006, a cooperation of Macrhino described as follows: Svenska Dagbladet (SvD) needed a specific headline font for their business section, and ordered a custom typeface from Typecraft and Pangea design, which had both been involved in previous redesigns of the newspaper. The objective was to design something that had a distinctive and unique character, but that would also interact well with their existing grotesque typefaces. Mac Rhino Fonts was then commissioned by Pangea design to do the basic typeface design, and then developed the final design together with Orjan Nordling at Pangea. Mark Winelid at Typecraft then took the font through the final production stages by making detail adjustments as requested by SvD, technical optimization of outlines, kerning and OpenType formatting.), Swedbank (2016: Swedbank Headline), Sweden Sans (2013-2014, with Stockholm design agency Söderhavet:. this nationalistic typeface was commissioned by the Swedish government), Tallink (2017: Tallink Script), Thomas Cook (2013-2016: Thomas Headline and Thomas Script), TV4 (2016: Quattro Sans, developed together with Bold Scandinavia), Urban Escape (2017, UE Display was done for AMF Fastigheter), WAD (2018: Dwiggins Script, which was developed together with Glenn Sjökvist for Antikvariat Morris).

Free typefaces: Hattrick Smal Caps, Kerning Unicase, Montessori Script, Stylish Small Caps. Scheduled type: Beef, Fontanino, Hangover, Pomodoro, Republicana.

MyFonts interview. Interview. Bio at Garagefonts. Presence at PsyOps. I Love Typography link. FontShop link.

View Stefan Hattenbach's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Made by Made

Sydney, Australia-based icon designer who made tens of sets of icons, each containing 100 icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Magda Kalman

Poznan, Poland-based designer of Arcadio (2017, a calligraphic alphabt), Miseli (2017, high contrast roman caps) and some weather icons (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maham Khan

Karachi, Pakistan-based designer of a 3d typeface (2017) and Travel Icons (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mahira Modandal

Designer of Bullet Points (2015: a set of icons). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mahmoud Abd El-Ghany
[Moody Type]

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Malgorzata Sobocinska-Kiss

Malgorzata Sobocinska-Kiss (Twin Studio, Warsaw, Poland) designed the clean techno typeface Unikiss (2017) and Xmas and Newyear Icons (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Manav Dhiman

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Manspreading icon

There is now an icon to prohibit manspreading (manspreading is the practice of certain men sitting with their legs wide open on public transport, taking up other people’s space) in the city of Madrid. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Manuel Radde

Manuel Radde (b. 1979, Berlin) is an independent graphic designer based in Vienna since 2007. In 2016, Manuel Radde and Igor Labudovic joined forces for the development of the multiline OCL family of fonts and icons, where OCL stands for Open Commons Linz. These were developed for the city of Linz, and are distributed freely: The use, reproduction, alteration, or adaptation of the digital resources is expressly allowed. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Manuel Viergutz
[Typographic Design]

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[Manav Dhiman]

ManVsType is the professional type design practice of New Delhi-based designer Manav Dhiman. During his studies at MIT Institute of Design, Mumbai-based Manav Dhiman created the art deco typeface Chrysler (2016), which is named after New York's Chrysler building. In 2015, he designed various sets of icons, such as Dressing Up, and Connection.

In 2021, he released the 11-style display family MV Bombay. This variable font has an RRs ligature that automatically creates the rupee sign. In general, Bombay is inspired by the colonial version of the city. Personal web page. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Mara Codalli

Photographer who has collected a nice set of toilet icons (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marc Weymann

Marc comes from Liechtenstein and Switzerland, but works in London as Marc Weymann Design. Graduate from the type design program at the University of Reading in 2010, where his graduation project included the Formal typeface for Latin and Devanagari. The face is strong and meant to be used for texts. It will survive in most environments.

At Dalton Maag in 2007, he co-designed Kings Caslon with Ron Carpenter. In 2008, he collaborated with Ron Carpenter and Bruno Maag on the humanist sans typeface Aller. Still at Dalton Maag, in 2007, he created the Horus pictogram set. In 2008, he created the sans typeface Toyota, and the hand-printed typeface Globus. In 2009 at Dalton Maag, he did the wayfinding font Metrolink Manchester at Dalton Maag, and the custom typeface McDonalds. Pantograph was extended in 2017 by Eli Castellanos Chavez as Calmetta. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Marco Galtarossa

Padova, Italy-based designer of the sans typefaces MG Una (2017), MG Fixat (2016, monospaced), MG Primo (2016, grotesk) and MG Motan (2016). He also designed several sets of icons, such as Autumn Icons, Audio Icons, and Christmas Icons.

In 2017, he published the text typeface MG Sera. Behance ink. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Margarita Semenova

Graphic designer and illustrator in Moscow, who created the Cyrillic Street Font, the experimental Tokyo Brief Cyrillic, and Olympic Pictograms in 2016. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Ruidiaz

Graphic designer in Barranquilla, Colombia, who created the experimental Typomusic (2015) and Frida Kahlo Icons (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mariana Coutinho

Leiria, Portugal-based designer of the calm monoline sans typeface Nature (2019), and the icon set Perfect Day (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marianna Rossi

Designer in Rome, Italy, who created of Science Museum Icons (2016, You Work For Them). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marina Garcia dos Santos

During her studies in Sao Paulo, Marina Garcia dos Santos designed the free handcrafted typeface Tapas (2012) and Pet Shop Icons (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mario del Valle

Designer in Valladolid, Spain, of the free vector icon set Captain Icon (2014). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mario Mimoso

During his design studies in Madrid, Mario Mimoso created the fun avant garde display sans typeface Mimoso (2015). For Tabacalera, he created a custom typeface and some signage icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marisa Ferreira

During her studies in Caldas da Reinha, Portugal, Marisa Ferreira created the serene geometric sans typeface Isamara (2015). She also designed the wayfinding icons for Castelo de Ourem (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mariya Dariy

Graphic designer in Kiev, Ukraine. Creator of the calligraphic Cyrillic typeface Poetry (2014), the circle-based Cyrillic typeface Daj Sk (2014), and the octagonal typeface Depo (2014). She also created Zoo Pictograms (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mark Foster

Graphic designer in Bristol, UK, who designed the colorful geometric solid typeface Mod in 2015. He also created various sets of icons for brands. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marta Coppola

During her studies in 2013 at the Accademia delle Arti e Nuove Tecnologie di Roma, Marta Coppola designed Backfist, a very modular condensed geometric sans. Earlier, in 2011-2012, she designed a set of pictograms. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Martian Wabbit Productions
[Sergio Diaz]

Sergio Diax (Martian Wabbit Proctions) is a Honduran web developer. He studies at UNITEC. Creator of the free JustVector Social Icons Font set (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Martin Sesto

Graphic designer from Venezuela who is based in Floresta, Argentina. He studied at UBA in Buenos Aires. Martin's typefaces include Pictogramas Deportes Acuaticos (2014), Whiscacho (display typeface) and Angus (2014, modular typeface). Winner at Tipos Latinos 2018 of a type design award for Anabella, a fine brush script typeface that grew out of his project at FADU UBA (for the Master's Degree in typography at the University of Buenos Aires). In 2020, he released Anabella at RNS Fonts. It was inspired by pizzeria posters in Naples, Italy, and first used by the pizza franchise Giuseppe in Buenos Aires.

In 2019, Yorlmar Campos and Martin Sesto released RNS Atlante at RNS Fonts. This text family in one weight is based on 16th and 17th century cartography.

In 2020, Yorlmar Campos and Martin Sesto co-designed the Swiss style neo-grotesk typeface family RNS Physis. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Mary Komary

Saint Petersburg, Russia-based graphic and icon designer. In 2017, she published various sets of icons, including Sign System and Travel Icons. She also designed the outlined decorative caps typeface Vladivostok (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mary Wong

In a nice example of icon design, Hong Kong-based Mary Wong created a set of icons, called All About Mary (2013), using only the letters M, A, R and Y in each glyph. Creator of GYshufa (2013), an oriental simulation typeface. GYshufa stands for Guang Ying Shufa. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Masyafi Studio (or: Letterayu, Sasqia Creative, Ayyu, Sri Rahayu)
[Muhammad Yafinuha]

Indonesian type designer who operates under a variety of names. His fonts comprise mainly handcrafted and script typefaces, and dingbats, including many floral icon sets. As of June 2021, the typefaces included AmoceliaRegular, BalineseRegular, BlackAngelsFreeRegular, Heylie, FunnyRabbitRegular, HappySummerRegular, HelloUnicorn, NeutoSansDemoRegular, RasidayRegular, RhenataDemoRegular, Aladin, Aldebara, Alphabet-Wave, Amoxan, ANGELA, animasi-eyes, Annabelle, Azhitromicin, Baby-Cute, Baby-doll, BALOTAK, Beautiful-leaves, BELAROSA, Black-Forest, Blue-ocean, Booster, Botana, Botani, Bougenville-flowers, broken-Heart, Browie, BUBBLE-BOBA, Butterfly, cakiss, Cattrine, Ceftriaxon, CellineHeylie, Charles, Cheerful-Year, Chocolate, Christmas, Coffee-Break, Coffee-Robusta, Crunchy, CUTE-LOVE, Cutes, Delicious-Food, Devil-Beside-You, DIAMOND, Digital-Marketing, Dingbata-Regular, Donuts, DrawingRainbow, Emerald, Emot, Euis, everybody, explore, Floralipart2, FLORENA, flowers, Flowery, FRIENDLY, Funny-Kids, Funny-Rabbit, Gendis-Flower, GEORGIOS, Golden-Pumpkin, Gravera, Greentea-Milkshake, Gupis, Happy-Christmas, Happy-New-Year, Happy-Shopping, Happy-Summer, Happy-weekend, Hello-Christmas, HelloUnicorn, Hellow-January, Hidrocloroquin, Hollster, Honeymoon, Jelline, JONS, Just-Friend, Kidos, kindergarten, Krriiukk, Leaf, Lets-go-to-school, Lighting, Lisan, Love-Bubbles, Lovely, Mandala-Clip-Art-Regular, Mandara-Regular, Manopo, Memoriam, Mennuah, Methilprednisolon, Michy, Miracle-Of-Christmas, Mom-cooking, MONOLOG, Moo-Milky, MOUW, My-Princess, Naturally, North-Star, NOTHING, ONE-MORE, One-Stripe, Outline, Photography, Pillow, Playground, Poco-poco, Pompom, POW-KIDS, Princess, PURPLE, PUZZLE, QIWQIW, Rannel, Rebuilt, Remember, Richeese, Rolling-door, Sana-sini, Sand, sandra, Sansan, Sansullin, Santa-Claus, Saranghae, Sarapan, Sarwendah, Say-Hello, Scarlove, Serenada, SHIZUKA, Sky-face, Solaria, Solatip, Squaress, Srengngee, StarBold, START-UP, Stay-story, Stricker, Stripe-Calm, Sunshine, Taro-Flowers, Thai-tea, Travelling, Tremor, Unicorn-Beautifull, UPNORMAL, wedding-knick-knacks, Welcome-Santa, WILD, Willy, Winner, Winter-Soraya, Wisconsin, Zara.

Creative Fabrica link for Letterayu. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Material Design Icons

Material Design Icons (2015) is the official icon set from Google. Free download. Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mateus Cavalcante

Belo Jardim, Brazil-based designer at UFPE of the icon font Dingrest (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mathias Pfefferle

Karlsruhe, Germany-based open source and open web supporter. Designer of the free font Open Web Icons (2018). Github link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Matt Cole Wilson

Kansas City, MO-based designer of the free monoline rounded sans typeface family Podriq (2016), and a free set of vector format icons and dingbats.

Typefaces from 2017: Anvyl (free; the Cyrillic characters were designed by Dmitry Sivukhin), Baywulf (a minimalist beer label blackletter typeface), Deimos (a free monospaced programming font).

Typefaces from 2018: Geizer (a free all caps copperplate.

Typefaces from 2019: Sorta (modular sans). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Matt Grey

Graphic designer and illustrator (b. Southampton, UK, 1993) who studied graphic design at University College Falmouth.

He created the dingbat face Social Networking Icons (2011) and the counterless geometric typeface Grobsidian (2011).

Other typefaces: Debunk (2012, a grunge family), Kranx (2012), Bloq (2012), Beehive (2012), Echo Gothic (monolinear and minimalist/geometric), Hanson, Interlocked, Pixter (dot matrix face), Scrawlster (hand-printed), Tubular Type, Unnamed.

He set up the Matt Grey type foundry in 2011 in Southampton. In 2017, he designed the octagonal and rounded octagonal typefaces Kunst, Kunst Imprint and Kunst Rounded. In 2020, he published the pixel family Pixter.

Catalog of his typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Matt Heximer
[10four design]

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Matt Yow

Graphic designer in Raleigh, NC, and Savannah, GA. Creator of these typefaces:

  • Fabulist (2015).
  • Belasko (2015), a typeface optimized for continuous text printed on paper. The name is derived from the Spanish Baroque painter, Diego Velazquez.
  • Kernal (2014), designed to mimic handwritten almanac notes, commissioned by a farm in rural Georgia.
  • Kamfer (2014). A chiseled headline typeface.
  • Durango, a humanist sans.
  • Fitz Sans (2012). This font was contributed to Stella roberts Fonts.
  • Tidal (2011). A fat roundish slab serif face.
  • The experimental geometric family called Satellite Pro (2010; +Fill, +Lined).
  • Adobe Icons (2015). A set of over 1000 icons.

Another URL. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Matteo Di Iorio

Treviso, Italy-based designer (b. 1989, Forlimpopoli, Italy) of the monoline rounded avant garde sans typeface Antipasto (2007, Zeta Fonts). Antipasto Pro (+Icons) was published in 2017.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Max Tarkhov

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Maxime Roulleaux

Parisian designer of the rounded sans typeface Louro (2018), the experimental New Braille (2018), and Electronic Pictograms (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

McKenna Olson

Phoenix, AZ-based designer of Weather Icons (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Tony Thomas]

Graphics cooperative in Philadelphia that sells some fonts. These include:

  • From 2019: Elouise, Ragnarok (rune emulation font), Dalston (monoline script).
  • From 2018: Oakwood (rustic), Drive-in (inline), Annabelle (script), Aviator (art deco caps), Outdoors (a park signage font), Maria Signature, Fault (a glitch font), Neon Tubes Cursive.
  • From 2017: Lipstick (handcrafted), Oak Barrel, Listicons, Circle Monogram Font, Mammoth (a formal didone, tending towards the fat face genre).
  • From 2016: Monarchy Rough, Neon Tubes (a paperclip font), Shoreditch.
  • From 2015: Andea (+Clean, +Rounded, +Rough).
  • From 2014: Monarchy (a tall humanist meets slab serif font family by Birmingham, UK-based Tony Thomas), Asche, Meddle (rounded sans), Viro (humanist sans by Tony Thomas).
  • From 2013: Operator, Sketch Slab, SkooledSerif.
  • From 2012: Monsters, Jamie's Hand, On Air (a retro radio or broadcasting font, art deco style)Sketch-It.
Most fonts are made by Nathan Brown (Austin, TX). Medialoot's community manager is Jenn Coyle (Philadelphia, PA). Behance link for Tony Thomas. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Megan Beyerlein

West Bradenton, FL-based designer of Dinosaurus Text (2018), which includes a set of dinsaur doodles for children. She also created an icon set called Under The Sea (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mehdi HosseinZade

Rasht, Guilan, Irabn-based designer of the free icon font Micon. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Melania Branca

Firenze, Italy-based designer of a pixel font in 2017. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Melannie Manrique

Caracas, Venezuela-based designer of the multiline typeface Shine (2017) and a set of icons for wayfinding (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Meleana Giorgio

Canadian designer of Vector Flower Alphabet (2016), an all caps font in Adobe Illustrator format, as well as Blue Emojis (2016).

Typefaces from 2017: Yoga Silhouettes (icons), Ghoul, Bloom, Make Your Mark (marker pen font). Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mezonali Creative

Valencia, Spain-based designers of the sans display typeface Onyx (2015), the soft sans typeface Jules (2015), the art deco typeface Elaine (2015) and a few icon sets. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

MFG Labs

Designer of MFG Labs Icon Set. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael Amprimo

Montpellier, France-based designer of the free 400+ web icon font Jam Icons (2017). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael Brandon Myers

Tucson, AZ-based designer of a deco poster style typeface called NBA Preview (2017), and Men's Health Icon Font (2017). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael Hansen

Michael Hansen (Michaelhansenwork, Copenhagen, Denmark) studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. As a student, he created a virtual identity for the future light rail in Aalborg. This involved the development of the rounded sans typeface family Aalborg Bold (2015) and the creation of a few wayfinding icons. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael Nunes

Michael Nunes (Michael Nunes Design, Lisbon, Portugal) created the tweetware alchemic typeface Portica (2013). In 2014, he created the tweetware Round Around Icon Set.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael Nÿkamp
[MKN Design]

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Michael Parson

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Michael Rayback
[Michael Rayback Design]

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Michael Rayback Design
[Michael Rayback]

Designer of exquisite icon sets., including Marine Icons (2018), Home Icons (2018), Adventure Travel Icons (2018), Cute Animals (2018), Food Icons (2018), Nature Icons (2018), Landscape Icons (2018), Fashion and Style Icons (2018), Magic Creatures (2018), and Handdrawn Animals (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael Ummels

Michael Ummels at RWTH in Aachen, Germany, created the TeX font package ccicons, which offers authors who want to publish their documents under a Creative Commons license an easy way to include the relevant icons in their documents. It includes a free type 1 font, CC Icons (2009-2017), where CC stands for Creative Commons. CTAN link to CCIcons.

In 2011, he created the mathematical font FD Symbol in Metafont and Type 1, to accompany Fedra in mathematical texts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michel Lun
[Peax Web Design]

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Michela Graziani

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Micol Montesanti

Graphic designer in London, UK, who created the free icon fonts AICode, PSCode and IDCode (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿


Designer of hundreds of black and white, and color vector icon sets in or about 2020. These include Animal Tracks Icon Set, Arrows Icon Set, Bacteria Germ Icon Set, Belgium Icon Set, Dandelion Icon Set, Diamond Icon Set, Flamingo Icon Set, Funny Monsters Icon Set, Gender Symbols Icon Set, Germs Icon Set, Memphis Graphic Elements, Optical Military Aims Icon Set, Sexual Positions Icon Set, Web Loading IconSet. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mihkel Loomus

During his studies in Tartu, Estonia, Mihkel Loomus created Antenna (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mike Fortress

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Mila Veselinova

Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria-based designer of the art deco typeface Smike (2017), the poster typefaces Edge (2017, octagonal style) and Jazz (2017), and a set of icons called Infographics (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Miriam Horn

Art director at Formlos, Berlin, who created Flittchen (2013, a blackletter typeface), Gridio (2013, a poster typeface) and a set of museum icons (2013).

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Mist Design
[Stefan Milic]

Kragujevac, Serbia-based designer of the medieval Serbian typeface Prizren (2019), Fruit Engravings (2019) and Outdoor Pictograms (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

MKN Design
[Michael Nÿkamp]

Michael Nÿkamp (MKN Design, Grand Rapids, MI) is a designer and illustrator born and raised in Ontario Canada. He won an award in 2014 at the Communication Arts 4th Typography Competition: 2014 for the Dutch Mafia font (a tattoo font) and icon set (2013). Michael writes: The Dutch Mafia font and icon set was born from my experiences growing up in a Dutch immigrant family in a predominately Dutch community in Ontario, Canada. The letterforms and symbols recall the unique traditions and images of my childhood, including delft pottery, Sinterklaas, oliebollen, wooden shoes, and mini windmills sitting out on front lawns as garden ornaments. He also made a set of bicycle icons (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Modesta Zemgulyte

Klaipeda, Lithuania-based designer of Shifter (2017) and Youth Senescence Icons (2017). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mohamed Elharrak
[Elharrak Fonts]

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Mohammed Shohail Bhuian
[Seemly Fonts (or: Fancy Fonts, Instagram Fonts, Comely Designs, or: Seemly Designs)]

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Moody Type
[Mahmoud Abd El-Ghany]

Cairo, Egypt-based designer of the icon set Inktober 2020 (2020; some are Trump-era icons), the condensed gothic typeface family Barbaros (2020) and the Arabic typeface family Gali Modern (2019), which was inspired by classic Arabic Thuluth calligraphy. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Morgan Holcomb

Greenville, SC-based designer of the Peignotian typeface Klaui (2014). She also made Coffee Icons (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mouse Crafted

Dublin, Ireland-based studio. Their typefaces in 2018: Glory (a round serif font), Barbarossa (spurred), Mother Letters, Royal Brandy (a Victorian label font), Oleisia Script, Crawley (script font family), Brother (font duo), ECons (icons). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Muhammad Yafinuha
[Masyafi Studio (or: Letterayu, Sasqia Creative, Ayyu, Sri Rahayu)]

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Municipio Leiria

The government of Leiria, Portugal, contracted out the design of wayfininding icons for their MIMO (Museu da Imagem em Movimento) in 2016. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mutabor Design
[Jens Uwe Meyer]

Mutabor Design in Hamburg, Germany is where Jens Uwe Meyer (b. 1973) and Heinrich Paravicini publish their work. They are the winners of an award at the TDC2 Type Directors Club's Type Design Competition 2002, with Globetrotter, a fine hand-printed font. At fonkingz, he made BOT (2002, +Stencil) and the tecno typeface Zero G (2002).

At Die Gestalten, Mutabor published Lingua Digitalis Icon Set (2012).

Jens Uwe Meyer has studied in visual communication at the University of Applied Sciences Bielefeld and now works for MUTABOR Design as a graphic designer and illustrator.

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MyFonts: Icons

MyFonts listing of all fonts tagged with the word "icons". [Google] [More]  ⦿

MyFonts: Weather icons

Typefaces that contain weather icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

MyFonts: Web graphics

MyFonts listing of fonts that are appropriate for web graphics. This includes both icons or dingbats, and alphabets. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nadee Neelarathna

Colombo, Sri Lanka-based designer of The Voices of The Soul font (2018), and a few icon packs including one called The Magic Galaxy (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nadezda Gudeleva

Moscow-based designer of Turkey Time (2020), Happy Pumpkin (2020), Naturaling (2020: a monolinear rounded organic sans), Best Friends (2019: a children's script), Autumn (2020), Camping Pack (2020), Pixel (2020), Skeleton (2020), Halloween Kid (2020), Cute Halloween (2019), Happy Pumpkin (2019: a cartoon font), Adventure (2019: an informal font, with camping dingbats as a bonus), Brush Font (2019), Summer (2019), School Icons (2019), Feel Time (2019: script), Memphis (2019: in the style of the Memphis Group), Happy Valentine's Day (2019: pixel font), Happy New Year (2018), Bridge (2018), Chalk (2018), the handcrafted Kitty (2018), Fantasm 3D (2018: a vector font), the monoline sans Gravitation (2018), the LED font FIFA (2018) and the monoline sports font Jordan (2018). Her icon sets in 2017 include Space Icons and Ice Cream Icons. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Nadzeya Vasilyeva

Minsk, Belarus-based designer of a colored textured EPS format Latin alphabet in 2017. She also designed various sets of icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Natalia Gudina
[Yudina Nata]

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Nathaniel Smith

London, UK-based graphic designer. Creator of the decorative caps typeface Black Smith (2015), which took inspiration from the Kremlin. He also created various sets of icons including Monument Icons (2015) and Mobile UI Icons (2015). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Natsuko Hayashida

Born in Takamatsu, Kagawa-ken, Japan, in 1984, Natsuko is a Canadian-educated graphic designer who publishes most of her typefaces at Okaycat.

She created the high school handwriting fonts Geisha Holiday (2008) and Exchange Student (2008, Okaycat), and the dingbat fonts Little Japan (2008, exquisite Japanese dingbats) and Trees of Africa (2008, Okaycat). Hand Cursive and Stitch Cursive (2009) are upright connected scripts. Ribbon Cursive (2009) was developed from Mercator's Italic Hand. 3D Blocky (2009) is a hand-drawn 3-D font done with Luke William Turvey at Okaycat. Art of Japanese Calligraphy (2009, Okaycat) is a kanji font with calligraphic glyphs developed in cooperation with calligrapher Shigeru Nomura. With Luke William Turvey, she did Rustic Stamp (2009, grungy).

List of fonts as of the end of 2009: 3D Blocky, Art Of Japanese Calligraphy, Brush Writing OC, Courier Coco, Exchange Student, Geisha Holiday, Grunge Decay, Hand Cursive, Hand Writing OC, Japanese Brush Master, Japoneh, Little Japan (2008, dingbats), Porto, Ribbon Cursive, Rustic Stamp, Stitch Cursive, Trees Of Africa.

Fonts made in 2010: Flower Sketch (dingbats; see Flower Sketch Neue in 2014), The Inlines, The Inlines No Inlines, Kanji OC (a Latin font with a brushed Kanji character in place of each letter), Super Hand, Country Charm (dingbats), Rocktopus, Asian Scroll (kanji face).

Fonts from 2011: Okay Marker, Script Love (connected script), Muju (Asian brush script), Joopica (a grungy casual typeface done with Luke William Turvey), Okay Berry (connected script), Orchids (flower dingbats), Seashells (dingbats), Sumi (2011, a beautifully raw brush face), Mushrooms (2011), Azsitra (2011, handwriting), Right Hand (2011).

Fonts made in 2012: Ferns (dingbats), Arco Web (hand-printed, with Luke William Turvey), Oracle Bone (based on ancient Chinese glyphs), Arco Dot (think "Dalmatian"), Azola (hand-lettered caps), Azsion (a sketch font), Flowertype (a pair of floriated typefaces), Azoe (hand-drawn all caps poster face), Christmas Cards (greetings and ornaments).

Fonts from 2013: Swallowtail Butterflies, Flows, Flows Stencil, Komela (a curvy thin poster font), Arco Star (done with Luke William Turvey), Star Cursive, Cosmos Cursive, 3D Cocoro, Cocoro (a sketched handlettered display typeface done with Luke William Turvey), Anika (curly, scratchy hand-printed typeface), Birds (hairline drawings of birds), Azebra (textured script), 3D Cursive.

Typefaces from 2014: Macchiato, Maple Lane Cursive, Forest Cursive (connected script), Azola (an elegant connected letter cursive script), Cat Talk (outlined font), Maple Lane, Maple Street (with Luke William Turvey), Shaqa (inline), Hiew (ball terminal-laden display typeface).

Typefaces from 2015: Flaticons, Lawson (retro script).

Typefaces from 2016: Cosmic Pattern (a connect-the-dots typeface), Canadian Animals, Lawson Vintage.

Typefaces from 2017: Easy Hand.

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Navaneeth Krishnan

At the National Institute of Design in Bengaluru, India, Navaneeth Krishnan designed an icon set, an ideogram set amd a display typeface called Pazham Pori (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Naz Kisnisci

During her studies in Ankara, Turkey, Naz Kisnisci designed Desert Icons (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Neha Nagvekar

As a student in Pune, India, Neha Nagvekar designed Indian Crafts Icons (2016), as well as a Ribbon-inspred typeface (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nerd Fonts (or: Ryanoasis)
[Ryan L. McIntyre]

Seattle, WA-based application developer who set up Nerd Fonts. Github link. As far as i understand, Ryan patched and fixed many public domain and open source fonts and included hundreds of icons in each of them. The patched fonts as of 2019 include 3270, AnonymousPro, Arimo, AurulentSansMono, BigBlueTerminal, BitstreamVeraSansMono, Blex (a renamed version of IBM Plex), CodeNewRoman, Cousine, DejaVuSansMono, DroidSansMono, FantasqueSansMono, FiraCode, FiraMono, Go-Mono, Gohu, Hack, Hasklig, HeavyData, Hermit, Inconsolata, InconsolataGo, InconsolataLGC, Iosevka, Lekton, LiberationMono, MPlus, Meslo, Monofur, Monoid, Mononoki, Noto, OpenDyslexic, Overpass, ProFont, ProggyClean, RobotoMono, ShareTechMono (which he had to rename Shure Tech Mono Nerd), SourceCodePro, SpaceMono, Terminus, Tinos, Ubuntu, UbuntuMono.

Big Blue Terminal is a monospaced pixel font, designed for use in fixed- width textual environments (consoles/terminals, text/code/hex editors and so on) and based on the Px437 and PxPlus fonts of VileR (2015). It follows the metrics and dimensions of Windows' old Terminal font (at the 9pt/12px size), but the appearance is closer to the classic IBM PC text mode character sets. Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Neue (or: Neue Foundry)
[Alexander Alexandrowitsch Roth]

Alexander Alexandrowitsch Roth, or just Alexander Roth, was born in the Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic and immigrated from Dushanbe to Germany in 1993. He is a Berlin-based graphic designer who holds a bachelor degree in Media Production from the Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences. Alexander is one of the founders of Ghostarmy---a conglomerate of several designers who are working among others for Erik Spiekermann, FSI FontShop International, FontShop Germany and the city of Wardenburg. In 2012, he graduated from TypeMedia at KABK in Den Haag. His graduation project was the high-contrast Uoma typeface which comes to life in large display sizes.

He held positions as a graphic designer for FontFont, as a lead graphic designer for FontShop and as a marketing manager for Monotype's digital commerce businesses, before joining Monotype's type team.

Roth set up Neue. Alexandra Schwarzwald is a type designer & typographer and joined Neue as business partner in October 2020.

In 2020, he designed the 72-style typeface family Neue Radial, which is a compendium of sans genres: Neue Radial A follows the model of the original London underground typeface; Neue Radial B exemplifies the roots of a rational grotesque of the late twentieth century; 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 Soft versions (done with Alexandra Schwarzwald) were added in 2021: Neue Radial Soft A, Neue Radial Soft B (18 styles), Neue Radial Soft C, Neue Radial Soft D.

Late in 2020, Neue released Neue Vektor (by Alexander Roth; 27 styles, describable as cold-hearted, utilitarian, DIN-like, and for engineers only), Neue Vektor CNC (a monolinear rounded sans in 14 styles), Neue OS Icons (by Alexandra Schwarzwald) and Neue UXUI Icons (by Alexandra Schwarzwald).

Typefaces from 2021: Neue Rasant (a cold 15-style brutalist sans), Neue Singular (60 styles: a contemporary neo-grotesque sans-serif designed in three variants, H, D, and V according to stroke endings---H for horizontal, D for diagonal, and V for vertical). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

New Tropical Design Studio
[Tom Cunningham]

Byron Bay, Australia-based designer of these fonts in 2018: Modernist Milk (stencil), Signwriter, Cloak (stencil), Stamp & Co, Merchant (vintage sans), Big Show (layerable), Sea Spray (experimental minimalist stencil).

Typefaces from 2019: Farmhouse, Sophillia (an elegant sharp-edged display typeface), Modernica Tropico (a fashion mag titling typeface), Grange (a fine high-contrast fashion font), Dahlia (a mini-serifed font), Sunflora (a fashion font with some linked letters), Rockwell (a wedge serif---it takes a loy of chutzpah to design a typeface called Rockwell that is not a slab serif...), Botanica (an all caps fashion font), Coast & Co, Hunter, Marigold, MariSans, Work & Wear, Avalanche (a warm vintage wedge serif), Kinfolk, Wrangler, Sundays.

Typefaces from 2020: Salsico, Milkman, Evangelina (a hipsterish fashion mag font), Culture, Commune, Zephyr, Classico, Analogue, Gallery Modern (a sharp-edged display serif), Mattina Sera SVG (a dry brush typeface by Laura Bennett for New Tropical Design), Geomatik (a minimalist sans), Tangerine (a 1970s style display typeface), Sage (a high contrast decorative didone), Monte Carlo (a stylish all caps typeface).

Typefaces from 2021: Ginger (a romantic and artsy display serif), Silvera (a display serif), Stoned Youth (a disturbing graphic sans), Sign Writer, South Pacific, Grange (an extreme contrast fashion mag typeface), Vineyard (an ornate serif), Raygun Grotesk, Evangelina (a hipster display serif), Cost del Sol, Angelica (a display serif), Seaker (a decorative serif), Palm Springs, Starlight (a decorative serif), Palm Tree Icons (in vector format), Yorker (a decorative serif), Future Classic Sans, Lost Lovers (a boutique font), Sunshower Dreams.

Typefaces from 2022: Evangelina (a fashion mag typeface), Dark Paradise (serif). Type Department link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nicole Carn

Graphic designer in Melbourne, Australia, who created the Slither typeface and Library Wayfinding Icons in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nina Helland Sortland

Designer in Oslo who created Hung Up Icons (2016) and April (2016, an all caps sans display typeface). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nina Pykhtina

Moscow-based designer of Dracula (2018) and Services Icons (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nitish Kumar

Based in the Noida Special Economic Zone in India, Nitish Kumar designed the tweetware sans typeface Peenu (2016) and the tweetware Krispicons (2016). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Noah Kinard

Red Lion, PA-based designer of a free set of vector format icons called Softee Icons (2013), and the commercial typefaces Avante (2014), Reeler (2014, with Mans Grebäck at Aring Type), Willow (2014, multiline neon tube font), Koil (2014), Nello (2014), Wear (2014), Chili (2014), Oil Field (2014, rounded sans), Stout (2014), Ale (2014), Indie (2014, outlined face), and Ale Pro (2014).

Typefaces from 2015: Urethane, Hijinx (rounded handcrafted sans caps typefaces), Mortyr Black (blackletter).

Typefaces from 2016 in his Tradesman series include Driver, Goblet (blackletter), Gallows (blackboard bold), Deere and Cordial. Together with Mans Grebäck at Aring Type, he designed the calligraphic typeface Melay Script (2016). Still in 2016, he designed the all caps sans typefaces Himalayan (pixelish), Makers Sans, Ale Ligs, Driver, Ranchero (modular), Golden Nugget, Frank, Frankie, Franklin and Graver, the rounded poster typefaces Creature, Cordial and Mill Smith, the connected script typeface Vivien, and the blackletter typeface Sandoval.

Typefaces from 2017: Starlite, Slab Sans, Slab Sans Stencil, Ironire (occult blackletter), Charter Sans, Blueberry Script (with Mans Grebäck), Dockhouse (rounded all caps sans).

Typefaces from 2018: Misty Forest (pixel font), Roses (8-bit pixel font).

Behance link. Creative Market link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Norbert Mayer

Graduate of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, class of 2014, who works as graphic designer in Budapest. Together with Hooh Studio, he created J21 (2015), a modular experimental geometric typeface inspired by Janson and the human anatomy. He also made a set of icons for Prezi (2015). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Norse Owl

New York City-based designer of these national park display typefaces in 2018: Sequoia (sans), Redwood (spurred), Eagle Sight. [Google] [More]  ⦿

North Park

Parisian creator of the commercial typefaces Nixon Caps (2012, a slab serif all capsd family), Scrawler (2013, a hand-drawn poster sans), and Bar Cap (2013, headline typeface for signage). He also made the icon sets 80 Sports Icons (2013) and Furnitures.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

North Park (or: Nrth Prk)
[Julien Bailleux]

Auckland, New Zealand-based graphic designer who sells his creations as NrthPrk and North Park (located in Paris). designer of the signage-inspired retail typeface Bar Cap (2015), the slab serif Nixon Caps (2013), and Scrawler (2013, all caps sans serif). He also made Sustainable Resource Icons (2015) and Sport Icons (2013).

Graphicriver link. Behance link for North Park. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nourhan Mohamed

Tanta, Egypt-based designer of a set of hospital icons in 2018. [Google] [More]  ⦿

NSM Worldwide (or: Greek House of Fonts)
[Phelan Riessen]

San Diego-based designer (b. 1971) of the free fonts Halloween Too (2015: dripping blood font), Joe Caps Underwood (2015: an old typewriter font), Bad Pad Distressed (2013) and Social Icons (2013), and of the ransom note fonts Distressed Ransom Note (2013), Scary Halloween (a blood drip font) and Yet Another Ransom Note (2013).

In 2016, he designed the dot matrix typeface Ugly Sweater and Ugly Sweater Font Icons.

Typefaces from 2017: Kurlz, Collegiate Greek, Greek House Varsity (Greek athletic lettering), Greek House Brotherhood (varsity font), Joe Underwood (distressed typewriter).

Typefaces from 2018: Hallowed Eve (dripping blood font). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Océane Juvin

Graduate of Ecole estienne in Paris, whi joined Velvetyne in 2019 annd is currently working as a type design researcher in ANRT, Nancy.

During her studies at Ecole Estienne in Paris, Océane Juvin created the sans typeface OK (2014), the revival text typeface Cicero (2014), and the experimental typeface Code Decode (2015). In 2015-2016, she developed the old style text typeface Dixit. In 2016, she created the paintbrush calligraphic typeface Blue Mood (2016), for which inspiration came from a portrait by Picasso in his blue period. In 2019, she released the physics icon font Physol.

Océane Juvin at Velvetyne, where she published Typefesse (2019). Typefesse is a playful butt-shaped typeface in which the letters are rendered in such a way that the reading is done through the folds of the body. Substyles include Claire, Pleine and Obscure. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Cameron McEfee]

Octicons is a font made for font-based icons on web pages. It was developed by new media designer Cameron McEfee (San Francisco) in 2009. Github link. Another link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

ODS (Our Design Space)

Designer in 2017 of Rainy Day, Jonathan (a beatnik font), Doodle Doo, as well as numerous sets of flowers and trees. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Olaf Stein
[Factor Design]

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Oleg Stepanov

Aka Youhhou. Tbilisi, Georgia and now, Moscow-based Russian designer of Splinter (2016), Jazzy B (2015, a beatnik font), Maika (2015, great brush script for Latin and Cyrillic), Sciences Icons (2015), Shields Icons (2015), Marks (2015: icons), New Marker (2015), Barrier Display Font (2014, a hipster Latin typeface), Simple Stamp (2014, a free poster font), IT Business Icons (2015) and Oriental Icons (2014).

Typefaces from 2017: Jeeks (a funky comic book typeface in all caps), Mick (2017, hand-drawn typeface inspired by 1980s graffiti), Fedot (a polyustav emulation font).

Typefaces from 2018: Bubbaloon (bubblgum font), Blockbox, Badwulf (a hand-lettered display typeface), Sandy, Pirate Station, NewMarker, Level Up (pixelish), Helgis Black (an expressive display typeface inspired by album covers of progressive and psychedelic rock bands of the 70s). Creative Market link. ?u=mostrecent">Another Creative Market link. Behance link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Olesia Volkova

Moscow-based designer of the free AI-format Coffe Store Icon Set (2015). In 2018, she designed Chalk Circus Letters. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Olga Bortiokova

Krimean artist and illustrator based in Simferopol. Her work includes Narrow (2015, a hand-drawn Latin alphabet), Romantic Alphabet (2015), Ice Cream Alphabet (2015), Snacks and Drinks Doodles (2015), Floral Brushes (2015) and Hand-drawn Zen Letters (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Olga Khomenko

Based in Novomoskovsk, Ukraine, Olga Khomenko created the handcrafted Latin Valenntine's Day typeface Romantic (2015) and several hand-drawn sets of borders, frames, hispter elements and design elements. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Olga Papsheva

Saratov, Russia-based designer of several sets of icons (sich as Origami Animals, Rome, Paris, London) and a few display alphabets. The alphabets and some icn sets were co-designed with Dima Evtushenko. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Olga Rafalska

During her studies in Poznan, Poland, Olga Rafalska created the free icon set Elementarz (2014, AI format) and the circle-based typeface Etnofont (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Olha Filipenko

Kharkiv, Ukraine-based designer of a free Animal Icon set in 2019. Other icon sets by her include Fruits & Vegetables, Home, Easter, Valentine's Day, Christmas, Travel, Medical, and Business. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Olha Kostiuk

Kiev, Ukraine-based designer of Christmas Icons (2015), Linear Font (2015: a bilined typeface) and Colorful Bright Alphabet (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Olivia Feathers

During her studies at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS, Olivia Feathers designed the modular typeface Forest (2017), Jaws Movie Icons (2018) and Handsome (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Olya Kiselova

Designer of Kyiv Type Icons (2020) as part of the free superfamily Kyiv Type (2019) by Dmitry Rastvortsev. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Omar Shammah

Born in Damascus, Syria, in 1992, the über-talented Omar Shammah studies Visual Communications (Graphic Design) in the Faculty of Fine Arts in Damascus. In 2012, at the height of the Syrian conflict, Omar created a disturbing yet hauntingly beautiful set of drawings in his Inked Sketchbook. From that, he derived his illustrated caps typeface, Blowjob. Omar also developed a set of signage icons for the Faculty of Arts in Damascus, still in 2012.

In 2013, he created the straight-edged typeface POV. In 2015, he designed Steven for Blanc Marc, a marketing firm in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Opalpal Wong

Opalpal Wong (Kloset Design, Bangkok, Thailand) created Crochet (2014, a stitching font) and Weather Icons (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Open Iconic
[P.J. Onori]

An open source icon set with 223 marks in SVG, webfont and raster formats. The OpenIcoic font was first created in 2014 by P.J. Onori using Fontforge. It evolved from his 2011 font that was simply called Iconic. Github link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Orlando Mora

Graphic designer in Bogota, Colombia, whose work frequently involves calligraphy and type design. In 2015, he created the techno typeface Metrica. Also in 2015, together with Michelle Castillo, he created a proposal wayfinding and icon set for the Universidad Piloto de Colombia. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Orlando T.M. Merone

Milano, Italy-based designer of the free icon font Payment Webfont (2014), which contains the logos of Mastercard, Maestro, Visa, Visa Electron, American Express, Postepay, Cartasì, Diners Club, Discover, Union Pay, Electronic Cash, TrustE, Amazon, JCB, Google Wallet, Stripe, Square, Ogone, VeriSign, and Bitcoin. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

OT Lab
[Denis A. Serikov]

Denis Serikov (OT Lab) is the Moscow-based Russian designer of DionisiiOTF (2003), the caps font Remeslo (2002), the Cyrillic font Clip Condensed (2002), the dingbat fonts EL Symbols (2003), Notice (2002-2007, a useful dingbat family), Notice2 (2006) and Notice3 (Notice3 (2007, household icons) DisplayOTF (2002, dot matrix), Display (2009, +3D, gridded typefaces), Remeslo STD (2009, ornamental didone), Rusticus STD (2009, roman), Rusticus (2004, semi-uncial), Agatha (2001, like Toulouse Lautrec), Display 3D (2003, pixelized face), Grafoman (weather and finger dings), DestinyLight, Shashki (2010, a game of checkers font), and the Latin/Cyrillic font Joke. His commercial typefaces are listed here. They include Pi (2009, weather and other dingbats), TUI Type Pro (a rounded sans, 2008, at Dalton Maag) and White Wind (2005, a pixel face, at Dalton Maag). Scazanie (2005) is a future project.

Metrofont (2013, free) contains navigation and warning signs for transportation systems.

In 2018, he published the free Latin / Cyrillic / dingbat font Dacha.

Forum / Blog (in Russian). Dafont link. Behance link. Font Squirrel link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

OX Lab
[Jimmy Kalman]

During his studies in Miami, FL, Jimmy Kalman (OX Lab) designed the free sans titling typeface Aventura Bold (2014) and the free comic book typeface Xplor (2015). Iconk (2015) is a set of icons for Android. Brocha (2015) is a free brush font, while Magnitude (2015) is a free sci-fi typeface. Behance link. Behance link for OX Lab. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ozalp Furkan Eroz

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Pablo Red

Badajoz, Spain-based designer of the slab serif typeface Mulatta (2019) and a fantastic set of hospital pictograms (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Panayiotis Lipiridis
[Flag Icons]

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Parker Bennett

Parker Bennett works at Mogulsoft in LA. He is the designer of a character in the September 11 charity font done for FontAid II. In 2014, he published Stack Icons (Branding, Social, and Social Minimal). Github link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Parker Creative
[Alan Parker]

Lake Mary and/or Orlando, FL-based designer of Logico Sans (2017) and Nova Classic (2017). In 2018, he published the headline sans typeface PC Navita, Versa Block (elliptical sans), Darla Script, Quantik, Provoke (an inline family), the free squarish typeface Beepo, the sans family Greenstyle, and the free wide sans typeface Broadwell.

Typefaces from 2019: Expat, Monarch North (wide, with hatching as in money fonts), Vitala (a workhorse sans).

Typefaces from 2020: Robonix, Portsmith (blocky; +Inline), Technology UI Line Icons, Retro-86 (an octagonal video game font), Jensen (script), Airwings, Mayaglyph, Ardin (a rugged wedge serif).

Typefaces from 2021: Kuloko (a tropical / tiki inline typeface), Riverwest, Cozee (hand-printed), Docket (emulating a weathered typewriter), Greenstyle, Street Cred (font duo), New Adventures (font duo).

Typefaces from 2022: Bayfront (textured and speckled). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Pascal Barry
[Design by Pascal]

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Pascal Behning

Communication designer in Dortmund, Germany, who designed the information design icon font PB Info in 2019. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Passant El-Koury

At the German University of Cairo, Passant El-Koury designed a carefully crafted circle-and-compass Arabic typeface in 2017. She alsso created Khan El Khalili pictograms in 2017. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Patrick H

Poznan, Poland-based designer of the asian-themed typeface Sarang (2016). He also created a (partially free) Cloudy Weather Icon Set (2016). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paul Jansen
[Flat Icons]

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Paula A Design (was: Nursery Art, Eikon Design)
[Porapak Apichodilok]

Aka Paula A and Porapak Picto. Bangkok, Thailand-based photographer and illustrator, b. 1978, whose outfit was called Nursery Art, and before that, Eikon Design. Porapak created these typefaces in 2017: Roche, Boekban, Henrietta, Madelyn, Yesmina, Sticky Script, Gilligan, Lepota, Just Tuesday, Rwanda, Adalicia, Pamela Script, The Eolian, Lesliecy, Bis Später, Halften, Unkempt (dry brush), Esperance, Super Black, Janes Smith (signature font), Trust Me, Stinker, Minnie Script, Jherry Jill, Bentley Script, Instyle, Fabiana (brush script), Atingle, Skylar Script, Skylar Sans, Huh Girls, Sentimental Script, Barbala, Silent Night (script and sans), Unbossy, Densfort, Absorbed, Gumdrop, Fixity, Cuassus (signature script), A Bientot, Enmity (script), Quincy (font duo), Mr. Proxy, Sentimental, MaxWell, Zabar, Deisy, Sandstorm, Koko Kruse, Mizz Zippy, Fabiana (script), Bravo, Paxton, Brushy, Instyle Brush, Ooh Lala (brush), Gypsy Script, Specialist (signature font), Jasper (brush font), 5 Seconds, Malina (connected script), Hi Sunshine, Bellahana Script, Good Morning, Line Cally, Laksamee Script, Beer, Lazy Monday, Travel Icons, Smoothies, Liam Smith (handcrafted), Emma Script, Have Faith Script (brush), Jelly Fish, Olive, Hand Rock, Hand Hardcore, With Love.

Typefaces from 2018: Version Line, Lollipop, Himalayar, Chicago, Only You, Roadtrip, Day Dream, Hard Times (SVG brush), Twingle, North Remember, Still Mind, The Inner Peach, Simple Harmonic, Realistic, Playmate, Silver Mind, Malina, Let's Party, Halfdressed, Twenty Six, The Subject, Nonlineal, Wanderlust, Please Onself, Pommie, Cherish, Simple Harmonic, Memories, Valensia, Raymond, California, Stepbrother.

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Peax Web Design
[Michel Lun]

French creator of mostly (free) hand-printed fonts.

Typefaces from 2019: PW Halloween.

Typefaces from 2018: PW Christmas Stars, PW Christmas Time, PW Cartoonist (marker pen font for cartoons), PW Stixs, PW Hairz, PW Foodblog (dingbats), PW Haunted, PW Balloon.

Typefaces from 2017: PW Skriptt.

Typefaces from 2016: PW Xtra Thin, PW Line Font, Sharp Brush, PW Straight, PW June 16, W Feb16.

Typefaces from 2015: PW cartoon marker, PW Fine, PW Xmas 2015, PW Beardfont (sketched), PW Strokes, PW June Font, PW Irregular, PW Irregular 2, PW Kool, PW Mambo, PW Stripes, PW Big Blocks, PW 2015, PW Jazzy.

Typefaces from 2014: Gingerbread, Dolphins, Christmas Candles, Tinsel Letters, PW Handy Social Icons, PW Christmas Tinsel, PW Alabama, PW Rectangular, PW Odissey, PW Rounded Scratch (iFontmaker), PW Roughs, PW August, PW Barbecue, PW June Script, PW Bella, PW Another Script, PW Curves and Dots, PW Rounded Script, PW April, PW Ghost (brush face), PW Brusheez, PW Fairy Tales, PW Shaded (3d and shaded), PW Perspective, PW Infinity, PW Dotted, PW Scared, PW Tribe, PW Icons, PW Cactus, PW Filament, PW Opened, PW Toonz (cartoon dingbats), PW Rectangle, PW Squared, PW School Script.

Typefaces from 2013: PW Smokey, PW Very Scratchy, PW Oblique, PW Foodicons, PW Scratchy, PW Simple Handwriting, PW Curly Regular Script, PW Loops, PW Twirly, PW Hachures, PW Script 09, PW Narrow (clean hand-printed typeface), PW Stretched, PW Noodle Thing, PW Left Hand, PW01 Script, PW New Arrows, PW Manuel Free, PW Brush Me, PW Arrow Font, PW Signature Two, PW Patchworks, PW Bold Script, PW Small Icons, PW Fatscratch, PW 403, PW Scritch, PW Gothic Style, PW Quick Write, PW Chalk (scratchy face), PW Cinderblox (collage font), PW Little Hearts, PW Scriptease, PW Cool Font, PW Peax Valentine Love, PW Tornado, Peax Drawnicons, PW Verticalized, Peax Webdesign Free Icons, PW Bubbles, PW Broderie, PW Schools Out, PW Scolarpaper, PW Back to School (lined school font), PW Groovy, PW Marker, PW Patchy Work, PW Scratched (sketched face), PW Fly Me To The Moon, PW Dolmen, PW Survival, PW Handscript, PW Script, PW Ornaments, PW Freshpaintings.

Typefaces designed in 2012: PW Savane, PW Brush Script, PW Whoops, PW Happy New Year (party font), PW Children, PW Simple Script, PW Double Script, PW She's Amazing, PW Happy Christmas, PW Graffiti, PW Comics, PW Christmas Gifts, PW Circle, PW Worlds End 2112, Peax Webdesign Circles, PW Signature, PW Christmas, Five Years Old, PW Signatures, PW Yummy Donuts, PW Chains, PW Lettres Barres, PW Slimy, PW Windy, PW Zigzag, PW Ficelles, PW Trombone (paperclip style), Sketch Icons, Handylined, PW Fluidhand, PW Serif Scratch (sketched face), Simple Rounded (puffy cloud face), Stripped Rounded, Peax Handwriting, Animaletters (alphadings), Peax Webdesign Arrows, UI Mockup, Friday Free Dots, Sunday Script, Gel Stripped, Cheveux d'ange, Mywriting (fat finger font), Xperience Pasta, Decomposition Phase 1.

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Pedro Correia

Lisbon-based designer of Symbol Icon Font (2015, with Goncalo Fonseca). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Perdana Kurniawan
[Perdana Kurniawan Arta (or: Noun Visual)]

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Perdana Kurniawan Arta (or: Noun Visual)
[Perdana Kurniawan]

Illustrator and icon designer in Jakarta, Indonesia, who created the vampire font The Wambires (2018), the modular font Upmoral (2019), the free modular sci-fi typeface Skywalker (2019) and the culr typeface the Wambires (2019). His icon sets: Summer Holidays, Asian Games, Olympic Sports, Fruit & Vegetables. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Designer of the free icon font Linearicons (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Peter Bilak

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Peter Grundy

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Petr Knoll
[Lost at Sea Co]

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Phelan Riessen
[NSM Worldwide (or: Greek House of Fonts)]

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Phuong Ta

During her graphic design studies in Portland, OR, Phuong Ta created a set of Fresh Market icons (2014) and a custom display typeface for Nobal Home in Portland (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿


Toulouse, France-based designer of the free Picolcon font (2020) which consists of 703 icons in woff2 or svg format. Github link. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Commercial pictogram vendor. All pictograms are designed by Morphix Design Studio, which is based in Slovenia. Formats include AI, EPS, PDF, PNG, PSD. The icon sets are Picons Basic (1, 2, and 3), Picons Weather, Picons Ultimate+, and Picons Social (free). [Google] [More]  ⦿


Commercial icon font foundry. These icons scale, thanks to CSS, and take less space than images. The icons come in png and svg format. After registering, one can select a set of icons from the free list (230 strong) or the commercial list (over 2000 strong), and download them conveniently. One then gets a zip file that contains individual png and svg files, as well as assembled truetype, woff, css and eot files, and ample usage instructions.

The site is brought by Creative Sloth, which is a team of three, Alan Clarke, Erman Kutlu and Joyce Wang, based in London. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pierfrancesco Annicchiarico

Freelance graphic designer in Grottaglie, Italy. Stones inspired Pierfrancesco Annicchiarico to design the experimental typeface Secco (2009). The Cà brùtta building by Giovanni Muzio in Milan got him to design the free font Monumentale (2009). The 2010 logo for Bar Marangi in his home town is also quite refreshing. He also made the free experimental geometric typeface Cutoff (2011) and Apulia Round (2010).

In 2012, he created the free monoline octagonal typeface Segmentum, and the poster typeface Sportiva.

Grottangeles (2014) is possibly named after the cholo graffiti style practiced in Los Angeles. He also designed a set of wayfinding icons in 2014. Other typefaces: Ballphabet (2015, an experimental circle-based typeface family), El Santo (2014, a hipster typeface).

Pierfrancesco's logo and typography work includes beauties such as a fish called Aperitivo (2011), and a foot illustration called Walking (2011).

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Pierre-Louis Anceau

Frenchman living in Taipei, Taiwan. Designer of the modular typeface Banano (2016) and Asian Food Icons (2016). In 2018, he added Dumdum Sans. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pixel Ambacht
[Roel Nieskens]

Dutch site mainly concerned with font technology. Interesting sub-pages:

  • An article on multicolor fonts.
  • An article on multicolor icons.
  • An article on an 8-bit multicolor font, Compyx, developed by the writer, and freely available for download. It hearkens back to the original pixel fonts that hackers used to love---Compyx is the name of a famous Commodore 64 graphician. It is a three-color font created in a scalable manner by a very clever hack: We have four SVG files per character, each file representing one color. We're going to use Fontlab's TransType 4 to create the multicolor font, but TransType can't work with a bunch of SVGs. It takes regular singlecolor fonts, and allows us to overlay and color them, and export them as a multicolor font. So, first we need to create four regular fonts, each one containing all the characters belonging to the same color layer. Since I don't need control over typographic details like kerning or hinting---Compyx is a lot simpler in design than a proper typeface like Helvetica---I simply used trusty old Icomoon. We import all characters belonging to the same color layer, and turn those into a regular TTF. You'll end up with four files: font-color1.ttf, font-color2.ttf, font-color3.ttf and font-color4.ttf. We can then fire up TransType 4 and import all four fonts. TransType allows you to overlay these fonts and give each layer a color, creating basic multicolor fonts. We do this with the method "Overlay fonts", which allows us to determine the order and color of each layer. When everything looks good, we export the combined font with the Opentype TT settings. You'll end up with font files for three of the four proposed formats. We now have true multicolor fonts! Now, for the last step we take the rather big TTF font (628Kb in the case of the Compyx font) and crunch it to a more reasonable 104Kb WOFF file. I used the sfnt2woff tool for this.
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Pixel Bazaar
[Zlatko Najdenovski]

Designer at Pixel Bazzar of the free Airline Icons (2016). Pixel Bazaar sells many other sets of icons as well, such as Urban Hustle and Bustle, All That Pollution, All dressed Up, All Aboard, Go Green, and Mother Earth. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pixel Sauce

Australian designer of the monogram font Deadwood (2017) and Pixel Icons (2017: covering thess categories: Weather, Communication, Food, Social, Outdoors, Health, Shopping, Religion, Science, Transport, Ecommerce, Apparel, Clothes, Money, Finance, Nature, Medicine). Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Danielle Huthart]

Pixelyn stands for "Pixels in Brooklyn". Until its web site disappeared, it offered free (Mac) truetype pixel fonts for small sizes on screen, designed by Danielle Huthart in 2001. The fonts: Standard, Lilany, Bless, Pixelyn, Pixelyn Outline, Opshift, Demtrek, Fuseseven, Transfer Regular, Transfer Scripty, Gala, Icon Bit One, Icon Bit Two. It was located in Hong Kong.

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[Sanjay Makasana]

New York City-based site specializing in vector format icons, possibly run by Sanjay Makasana. Most of their sets are free. They include Justicons, Stroke Gap Icons, Stokicon, 220Glyph Icons, Planetary Icon Set, 56 Free Line Icon Set, Rounded Icon Set, Crispy Icons, Pixelvicon Icon Set, PixelKit Icons, Line Icon Set, Abstract UI Icons, Kitchen Icons, and Wireframe Icons.

Behance link. Behance link for Sanjay Makasana. [Google] [More]  ⦿

P.J. Onori
[Open Iconic]

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P.J. Onori

Aka Some Random Dude. Design technologist and photographer living in San Francisco and working at Seabright. Designer of the pixel typeface SomeRandomFont (2007). He creates typographic icons and tools that are useful for web pages.

  • Iconic (2011; see Iconic Stroke in 2012) is a great (and free) set of 177 icons in raster, vector and font formats. GitHub link.
  • Cue is a fantastic public domain gestural icon system which focuses on legibility and symbolic representation.
  • Bitcons is a pixel icon set consisting of 120 marks, available in various colors/sizes and 100% free to use. Sanscons is a CSS-friendly version of Bitcons---allowing you to set custom backgrounds on your icons.
  • Privacy Icons (2012) was designed to communicate various states of privacy around content sharing.

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Planning Unit

Studio on London founded in 2011 by Jeff Knowles and Nick Hard. It created the bespoke typefaces Soapbox and Dogfight in 2016 for The Seasons Collection book by photographer Matt Alberts (in collaboration with Cadillac). This book peeks into the heart and soul of the people who have dedicated their lives into the skate and surf culture. Dogfight combines octagonal and round, and both typefaces ooze masculinity and strength. Other typefaces include the custom rouned sans Addaction (2016).

Earlier, in 2014, they designed BBC Icons. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Polly Khvostova

Graphic designer in Samara, Russia, who deconstructed Georgia into a triplet of experimental typefaces in a project called Transformation (2013). She also made a set of icons called Zoo (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Porapak Apichodilok
[Paula A Design (was: Nursery Art, Eikon Design)]

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Prangtip Fungtammasarn

Graphic designer in Bangkok who created the handcrafted typeface YWFT Roamer (2016), Basic Icons (2016) and The Hands (2016, vector icons). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pratama Yudha

Bandung, Indonesia-based designer of the rounded poster typefaces Anchorage (2016), Old Pines (2016), North Land (2016), Baheula (2016), Wanderface (script), Minimalust (2016), Heubeul (2016) and Heurash (2016). He also designed Outdoors Inks (2016), Old Scotch (2016, a vintage label typeface), Into The Wild (2016, brush script) and Wanderlust Icons (2016).

In 2020, he released the monoline script Take Trails. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

[Crystian Cruz]

Promodesign is a Brazilian graphic design company of Crystian Cruz in Sao Paulo. Crystian Cruz and Beto Shibata used to run the Tipos Maléficos foundry. He is also associated with Agencia Africa, where he was type director at Africa Propaganda. Alternate URL. Since 1999 he has been working as art director for a major Brazilian magazines and as type consultant for publishing companies and design studios. Crystian is currently located in Newcastle, Australia. He specializes in commissioned type design.

He obtained an MA in typeface design from The University of Reading (2009), based on his type family Quartzo, a typeface system for magazines. He lectured at IED Sao Paulo and is currently undertaking a PhD and teaching at the University of Newcastle, Australia. His fonts:

  • His award winning vernacular (wall writing or graffiti) font Brasilero (1998). First prize at the Tipografia Brasilis in display typography 2001. Released in 2003 as a free font. In 2009, he was still improving and extending Brasilero to include optional characters with typical mistakes or alternate forms used for graffiti. At ATypI 2009 in Mexico City, he spoke on the Brasilero project.
  • Cruz Sans (2002). Designed during a workshop led by Bruno Maag
  • Rodan QR (2002). A custom typeface for Quatro Rodas magazine.
  • Smoking (2004). A custom design for the headlines of Brazil's VIP magazine to accompany the text typeface Stainless designed by Font Bureau.
  • Quartzo (2009) comes in Display, Text, Pocket and Cyrillic sets. Its outlines are slightly "broken" to enhance readability at small sizes for magazines. Also, his use of Opentype features to make barchart and ratings characters is quite clever. It is a complete typeface system for magazines.
  • In 2014, Crystian Cruz and Marina Chaccur co-designed the sans custom typeface UOL for the Brazilian internet provider.
  • In 2003, Beto Shibata and Crystian Cruz co-designed a beautiful Casa Dings font for the Brazilian home decor monthly magazine Casa Claudia.
  • For Nova, the Brazilian version of Cosmopolitan, he designed Nova Dings (2003).
  • Acremist (2017, by Crystian Cruz and Milton Trajano) is a free cryptographic font based on glyphs created by Bruno Borges, whoch are in turn based Manual do Escoteiro Mirim, a collection of books for childen published in the 1970s.

Behance link. Speaker at ATypI 2016 in Warsaw. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Prototype-NY (was: Handcraftedfonts)
[Jonathan Macagba]

Original fonts, clip art, signature fonts by New Yorker (and ex-Philadelphian) Jonathan Macagba, and Gregory La Vardera. Macagba used to run Handcraftedfonts, then Adcrobatics, and finally Prototype-NY. Most fonts are shareware. Look for Weather (great weather icons), Dotleaders, Talkballoons, Starburst, Rulesfont, Smileyface, MostlyWaves, MorseCodeFont, MetrolinerCaps (1994, Handcraftedfonts Co: an inline caps typeface), Instantlogo, Hobofont, Handyfont, Logofont, Freudfont, and Buncholines. Original, and high-quality creations!

Jonathan also made commercial fonts available via Phil's Fonts, such as the interesting Murder Mystery Font, EdoFont (great Japanese decoratives), Frankenfont, Frankenfont Careers, FunToUseFonts, HF American Diner (a 3d shadow typeface), Broadstreet, Exposition, Antique Row, Doodle, Libris (great!!!), Edofont (Japanese crests), Newgarden (more!!), and Poster.

At Umbrella Type, he published Exposition and Exposition Rounded (2004, a type revival influenced by an Italian poster designed by Leopoldo Metlicovitz in 1906 for the opening of the Simplon Tunnel), Libris (2004, a great and very clean revival of a 12th century Spanish script), and Poster (2004, partially influenced by Egon Schiele's hand-lettered poster for the 1918 Vienna Secession. He also makes custom fonts, logos and signatures.

Dafont link. Klingspor link. FontShop link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

P.T. Ocheia

Creator of the dingbat font SocialIcons (2010, OFL). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Putu Dody Permana
[Hishand Studio]

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Rabbit and Pencil
[Eleonora Petrova]

Aka Ely Petrova, Travel Rabbit and Sunset Rabbit. Dumaguete, Philippines-based designer of the minimalist futuristic typeface Futare (2017), Chalkee (2017, a crayon font), the vector format Rope Alphabet (2017), and the handcrafted typeface Blacked Doodle (2017). She also designed several sets of icons, including a collection of cacti, Pretty Prickly (2017).

In 2018, she released the brush typeface The Real Islander.

In 2020, she designed Papercut (SVG format), the woolly handcrafted typeface Pinkment (for Latin and Cyrillic). Home page. Behance link. Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rafa Goicoechea

Barcelona-based designer of the alchemic typeface Mana Sans (2011). He writes: A commissioned display font I designed for the Mexican band Maná in late 2011. It was finally used for one of their songs on the new album, as part of the visuals for their live shows on the last tour around South America and USA. Available from Ultra Types.

Other fonts by him from 2012 include Geoda (a geometrically designed font), Modula Mono (a monospaced bold organic caps set, available from Ten Dollar Fonts), Mana (alchemic), and Marina (this three-style text family is his final project for the Masters in Advanced Typography at EINA).

In 2013, he designed the 900-glyph geometric display sans typeface Sifonn Pro (Ultra Types), which is loaded with interlocking pairs. There is a basic tweetware version.

In 2015, he published Yorokobu Isometric for the Yorokobu cover---it is a 3d Escher-style typographic piece. In that year, he also made a set of travel / wayfinding icons called Trippeo, the circle-based Rotula Display.

Typefaces from 2016: 36Dot (colorful 3d caps set), Bosanova (prismatic titling typeface).

Behance link. Home page. Utratypes link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ralf Schmitzer
[German Icons]

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Ralph du Carrois
[Carrois Type Design]

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[Dmitry Baranovsky]

Dmitry Baranovsky created a free javascript vector library called Raphaël for doing simple graphics in web pages. As an example, he created a set of 224 icons. There also is a free font called Raphael Icon Set (2012) created by Marek Ventur based on Baranovsky's designs. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rasul Hasanov

Designer and illustrator in Baku, Azerbaijan.

He created the elegant Retro Baku (2018; for Latin and Cyrillic), the free experimental font Delogy (2018), a Cryptocurrency Icon set (2018), the free modular typeface Protos (2017), free stone age script Gobustan (2016: named after the 40,000 year old rock art found in Gobustan), the free gaspipe font Big Font AZ (2012), Gazal (2012) and Sharq (2012, Arab simulation face). Home page. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rayyan Frem

Ghazir, Lebanon-based designer of the angular typeface Suzuki Stile (2014). He also created a set of informative icons in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Razan Jilani

Berlin, Germany-based designer of Rubber Band Theory Font (2015) and an Arabic display typeface (2015). She also designed a proposal of Olympic icons for Amman 2040 during her studies in Berlin. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Creator of free fonts. These include Dynamic (2012, a connected fifties script), Rails, I Scrap (2012, hand-printed), Dogwood (2012), Symbols1 (2012), Social Networking Symbols (2012, three styles), ESPN (2012, 3d, outlined), Tattoo Parlor (2012), Life's too short (2012), animaltracksPQSEWVRZ (2012), Spring Flowers (2012), Pear Trees (2012, flowing script), Blue Skies (2012, cursive hand), Simply Adorable (2012), Steppingstones (2012, 3d, outlined), Blob Regular (2012), Which Way (2012), Candied (2012), Here and there (2012), Thin Hand (2012), Rebecca Hand (2012), Blockhedd (2012, a 3d face), Symbols Font (2012, a hacker font).

In 2011, she made StraightLines (cut out, dada style), New Age, Nintey Degrees (sic), Disco, Untitled, Gothic Regular and Futuristica (dada style). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rick Banks
[F37 (or: Face37)]

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Ringlet T
[Lilla My]

Omsk, Russia-based designer of an experimental Latin typeface created by superimposing circles (2015), and Point (2015). She also created a set of icons and several color fonts in 2015, including the free EPS format typeface Colorplus and the colorful circle-based font Double (2015).

Typefaces from 2016: Cooking Icons, Font Bracket. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rio Purba

Medan, Indonesia-based designer of Linee (2019), Lestarrie Monoline (2018), Mirwana Sans (2018) and Mirwana Script (2018), and Flatolin Ecommerce Icons (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

RNS Fonts (was: Impacto Laser, or: SuperFlexia)
[Yorlmar Campos]

RNS Fonts (and before that, Impacto Laser, and before that, SuperFlexia) is a type and design group in Caracas, Venezuela headed by J. Campos, Felix Molina and Yorlmar Campos (b. 1976). Yorlmar, who is an architect, designed RNS Underwood (2010, Western face), RNS Bobo Dylan (2007, art deco headline), RNS Baruta Black (2004, fat display typeface based on the Letraset Frankfurter font from 1974), RNS Round Stencil (2011), RNS Cochinilla (2011, avant garde), RNS Camelia (2008-2016: a demi-slab serif), RNS-TNT (2003, counterless and octagonal), and RNS Serial (2003, fat octagonal sports T-shirt font).

All early fonts are free. In 2014, Yorlmar went commercial and started marketing RNS Fonts on the MyFonts site. Commercial fonts include RNS Pictographica (dingbats), which includes RNS Pictographica Cocina.

In 2015, he made the geometric sans typeface RNS Miles (which won an award at Tipos Latinos 2016), the signage brush script RNS Susana, the poster font RNS Ahumada (+Ornaments), the great neurotic script typeface RNS Oladys, the gorgeous ultra fat font RNS Obesa Fat, and RNS Weather Icons (free).

Typefaces from 2016: Zangano (an angular typeface), RNS Sanz (a 14-style typeface family for wayfinding and information signage).

Winner at Tipos Latinos 2018 of a type design award for Mosonyi.

In 2019, Yorlmar Campos and Martin Sesto released RNS Atlante at RNS Fonts. This text family in one weight is based on 16th and 17th century cartography.

In 2020, Yorlmar Campos and Martin Sesto co-designed the Swiss style neo-grotesk typeface family RNS Physis.

Alternate URL. Another URL. Old URL called SuperFlexia. Home page. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Robbi Azis
[Strangertype Studio]

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Robert Dingcong

Robert Dingcong is a graphic designer and illustrator based in Bacolod City, Philippines. In 2015, he designed the octagonal typeface Percolator, and Saddm's Shawarma icons (a fun military icon font). In 2016, he created the free handcrafted typeface Zuma.

Behance link. Aka Neue Design and Neue PH. Another Behance link. Cargo Collective link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Robert Holmkvist
[Holmkvist Creative]

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Robert Karpati

Budapest-based graphic and packaging designer, b. 1980. Creator of a soft-edged futuristic stencil font called Fullogic (2009). He also made Try (2009, octagonal), the multi-lined typeface Flaster (2009), the playful Supermicebros (2009) and the funky Prostata TTF (2009).

In 2012, he designed the condensed typeface Quacke, and Hotel Pictograms.

Typefaces from 2017: Brutalica.

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Roel Nieskens
[Pixel Ambacht]

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Rohan Kapoor

New Delhi, India-based designer of the all caps inline tweetware display typeface Axel (2014) and the tweetware sans typeface Rohio (2014). SocioHexs is a set of 30 hexagonal social media icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Roman Gornitsky
[Temporary State (was: Abstrkt)]

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Roman Korolev

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In 2008, this designer used FontStruct to create the vertical-line stencil typeface simple-deux, and the experimental typefaces pix-90 and des-struc.

In 2012, Roulianne created Web Symbol and Web Symbol 02. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Runikh Art
[Amarpreet Singh]

Brescia, Italy-based designer of the brush font Zenoo (2019), the free multiline labyrinthine typeface Daidalos (2016), some free weather icons (2015), and the free squarish typeface Efesto (2017). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ruth & Sira Garcia Trigueros
[Side Project]

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Ryan L. McIntyre
[Nerd Fonts (or: Ryanoasis)]

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Sadikh Seyidzade

Baku, Azerbaijan-based designer of Hairline Delicious (2018) and Hexagon Icons (2018). He also designed the handcrafted Manuscript (2018) for Latin and Cyrillic. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Saeka Shoda

Tokyo-based designer (b. 1989, Tokyo) who created tha avant garde typeface SS Anemone (2016) according the strict geometric principles that characterize Herb Lubalin's work. He also designed Minimal Icons (2016), which is optimized for use in 96px by 48px settings. In 2015, he designed the interesting Meet Metro logo for the Tokyo Marathon in that year. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Salle de bain pas chère

Check the beautiful bathroom pictograms used in this French web site that sells bathroom accessories. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Salma Hisham Aggour

Salma Hisham Aggour (Cairo, Egypt) created the Latin typeface Punk Plan and Movie Genre Pictograms during her graphic design studies in 2013 under the supervision of Sabine Schwarz at the German University in Cairo. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Alberto Martinez]

Madrid, Span-based designer of Salsipuedes (2017), Olympic Games Icons (2019), Albollon (2019) and Boleo (2019), a display typeface designed to work in short texts such as headlines, banners, logos, signs, packaging and posters. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Sam Collins

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Sam Lynch

Dublin, Ireland-based designer of the abstract typeface Zero (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Samir SR

Art director at the Centro de Estudos Matemáticos in Florianopolis, Brazil. Designer of the 3d typeface Farish (2015) and the icon set Grid Sixteen Icons (2012). His graduation typeface was Soprana (2015, a sans). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sanjay Makasana

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Sanjay Sharma

Designer of the free font Pilcrow Icons (2010-2014, OFL). This font contains useful web icons, as well as a set of LED numbers. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sara Andrini

During her studies in Torino, Italy, Sara Andrini designed the modular octagonal typeface Edges (2017) and Weather Icons (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sara Elsayaad

During her graphic design studies in Cairo, Sara Elsayaad created Float (2013, a brush typeface for Latin), Shams (2013, an Arabic typeface) and Egyptienne Ultra Light (2013, a Latin / Arabic typeface). She also published Cairo Pictograms (2013) as a proposal for Cairo's subway. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sarah Mossallam

During her graphic design studies in Cairo, Sarah Mossallam created the blocky Arabic typeface Rozma (2014) and the DIN Pictogram Set (2013). In 2013, she created an Arabic extension of the Titillium font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sarah Stroup

Web designer and developer in Terre Haute, IN. She created Default Icons in 2012, a font that has many useful arrows and other web symbols. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Designer of the free font Appa Sariicon (2020), a collection of 147 pixelized web icons that are carefully designed for web and mobile apps. Github link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sasha Mitkalova

Illustrator based in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. In 2020, Sasha released several sets of icons, including a useful set of hand-drawn botanical icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sasha Yakovlev

Art director in Minsk, Belarus who created the tweetware vector icon font Icony (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sasha Zakrevska

Lodz, Poland-based designer of FT (2014), Geometry (2014), Abc (2014, hipster font), Ukrainian Alphabet (2014), Medicine Icons (2014), and Imopossible Figures (2014, Escher-style dingbats).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Saurabh Mestry

Mumbai, India-based graphic designer. In 2020, he released a set of wayfinding icons and numerals for the SJS company. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Scannerlicker (was: Loligo Vulgaris)
[Fábio Duarte Martins]

Graphic and media designer and art director in Espinho, Portugal, b. 1984, who founded first Loligo Vulgaris and then Scannerlicker. He is the son of an Arts and Crafts teacher and grandson of a typographer.

Fábio has designed some typefaces, such as Illiad Sans (2008-2012, a modular family), Exablock (2008, modular ultra-fat face), Moo (2010, another fat geometric face), and Space Mace (2008, pixel face). Moo (2009) is a free geometric outline font. His octagonal Geomelia was renamed Gerusa (2009, OCR-like face).

Typefaces from 2010: Menta (an organic monoline sans), Gerusa (minimalist sans), SuperBlack (fat, counterless), Tucátulá 2010 (hand-printed, with Ricardo Gomes and Carla Estrada).

Other typefaces include Catorze (geometric sans; substyles include Catorze 27 Style 1 (2011)), Horta (slab serif), Illiad, Menta (2010), Ulular, and Pixelmixel.

Typefaces from 2012: Isotope (a large family in the Isonorm style).

Fonts from 2013: Maoos (a layered textured typeface).

Fonts from 2014: Quosm (a rounded sans), Conia (free icon font), Letreiro (underlined letters).

Fonts from 2016: Grafista (monospaced programming font), Forja.

Fonts from 2018: Electrica (a typewriter family inspired by IBM Selectric), Maquina (monospaced).

Fonts from 2019: Fester (a geometric sans done for custom work), Optician Sans (free; Anti Hamar hired Martins to produce a bespoke typeface for one of their clients, Optiker-K, a family-held Norwegian business, providing optometrist services since 1877).

Typefaces from 2010: Uivo (a grotesque).

Behance link. Another Behance link. Klingspor link. Abstract Fonts link. YWFT link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Scott de Jonge

Scott de Jonge (Brisbane, Australia) designed Map Icons. Github link. Dedicated site for Map Icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Scott MacMichael

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Seamartini Graphics

Designer of Floral Letters (2015), Floral Alphabet (2016) and of many sets of icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sean Coady
[Vintage Type Co]

[MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Seemly Fonts (or: Fancy Fonts, Instagram Fonts, Comely Designs, or: Seemly Designs)
[Mohammed Shohail Bhuian]

Names associated with Seemly Designs and Comely Designs and Fancy Fonts and Seemly Fonts include Jamel E. Robin and Mohammed Shohail Bhuian. Bangladesh-based creator (b. 1984 or 1985) of Merry Christmas Go (2014, Christmas dingbats), Delphinium (2014, modular typeface), Calla (2014, ornamental letters; called Brush Moon inside the font), Christmas Go (2014, Christmas icons), Artindo (2014, rounded hand-printed sans) and Gerbera (2014, an experimental outline typeface).

Typefaces from 2016: Crocus, Formiane (handcrafted), Xiovus (a rough brush face), Brown Foxy (a brush typeface), Burly Stain, Brown Crow, Funtos, Borsta (thick brush), Handwritten Artem, Burly, Goajubia, the handcrafted typefaces handwritten Artem and Vimofee, the grungy Grungoe, the outlined typeface Yarrow, the brush face Renbion, the sans typeface Carefaq.

Typefaces from 2017: Shurjota, Admixes, Darkling, Daichi, Deadway (gothic), Dorathy, Funbox, Getrox, Kadence, Quinni, Radburn, Red Runner, Rishima Tint, Rishima (monoline hand-printed), Brave Rocker, Mantre, Marlys Wilson, Bixens, Anxious, Plucky, Terbium, Fraxinus, Leilani (sans), Gresan (signage), Isrety, Sinewy (rounded sans), Foglia, Josen, Meriana (hand-printed), Landis (dry brush), Radburn, Deadway, Bince Triex (rounded sans), Celibe (sans), Rodless, Axile, Bexirow, Jacsony (dry brush), Rantox, Dream Booker, Saburio, Nioxra, Waking Dreamer, Faegan (sans), Quenby, Jugsar (fat brush), Priopa, Tenure (grungy), Hardy Street, Noisette, Disjunct (grungy), Nigella, Xioxca (grungy), Goajubia Next, Rocky Here, Grand Dreamer (sans), Speedwell (text typeface), Scabiosa, Celosia, Gaillardia, Matthiola, Clarkia (dry brush), Jaxcos (prismatic), Jacsony (drybrush), Nelumbo.

Typefaces from 2019: Sebqor, Sombir, Cherish Today, Rosbed, Bookish, Bonrin, Dokrak, Moorish Nonary, Notice Things, Single Step, Musicality, Axile, Funbox, Spring Season, Journey Planner, Rockwork, Notice Things, Finder, Caroos, Our Goal, Single Step, Rekobip, Mobstex, Bogwood.

Typefaces from 2020: Leman, Valentine Dream, Thrive Xmas, Christmas Respite, Good Mood, Our Santa, Christmas Love, Supposition, Stay Happy, Christmas Tree, Nest, Mother Wonder, Autumn Arbor, Keep Smiling, Be Honest, Spread Beauty, Spread Joy, Happy Dreamer, Delighted Panda, Christmas Eve, Derivation, Be Kind, Dream Arranger, Enjoy Summer, Fallen Dreamer, Father, Follow Through, Hello Brilliant, Hello Christmas, Hello Halloween, Mermaid, My Father, Natural, Obsessed Halloween, Shadowy, Spooky Haunt, Spooky Regime, Summer Garden, Syncopator, Target (textured caps), Travel, Vacation Planner, Veritas Christmas, Welcome Everyday, Sweet Summer, Halloween Occurrence, Bomka, Floweret, Keqima, Mando, Qiko, Runner, Demure Dogma, Epoch (Bold/Light/Regular), Floret, Goodenia, Grand, Hello Brilliant, Jacsony, Plight (Bold/Light/Regular), Queenship, Scabiosa, Sombir, Mamma, Mammy, Momcare, Mother, Mother Special, Mother Wonder, Valentine Things, Autumn Happiness and Valentine Monster.

Typefaces from 2021: Strong Passion (a scrapbook font), Striking Rainbow, Food Zone (a round vernacular caps font), Remind Him (hand-crafted), Monteya (a bold display serif), Our Happy Holiday, Sweet Daydream (hand-printed), Eerie House (a Halloween brush font), Scary Hours, Big Dreamer, Christmas Preference (hand-printed), Wake Up Now (a scrapbook font), Connect Christmas, Merry With Dream, Dark Misery, Spooky Sphere, Creepy Night (a brushed horror font), Happy Moment (all caps, handcrafted), Summer Motion, Inquisitive (handdrawn caps), Aim High, Hold On (an all caps brush font), Aim High, Positive Attitude, Take Chances, Hardy Mind, Pretty Magnolia, Summer Ink, Tidy Mom (a chalk font), Think Big, Precious Way, Just Believe (a marker pen font), Generous Monarch (a tall condensed dry brush typeface), Our Goodwill (hand-printed), Keep Me, Intense Emotion, Majestic Valentine (hand-drawn), Wow Darling (handcrafted), Love Taking, Love Radiate.

Typefaces from 2022: Easter Discover (condensed, hand-printed), Instinct Question (a condensed all caps brush font), Summer Fable (handprinted), Cute Rabbit (a fat finger children's book font), How Lovely (hand-printed), Summer Splendor (casual, hand-crafted), Individual Thinking, See You Again (handprinted caps), Juicy Fruit.

Some fonts are free at Dafont. Creative Market link for Jamel E. Robin. Fontspace link. Sellfy link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Selis Corp
[Serge Lallemant]

Designer between 1990 and 2001 of the dingbat fonts Emergency Workplace Signs, Paint Industry Symbols, Risk Phrases, Transport Hazard Diamonds, and Warning Signs, which were initially sold through Agfa (which later became Agfa Monotype). He set up SeLis type foundry in 2004. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Serezha Zhigarev

Moscow, Russia-based designer who worked for BBDO, Q10, and HC Spartak Moscow. Designer of Russian Avant Garde Olympics Pictograms (2019) and the Latin / Cyrillic industrial font Radiotechnika (2021). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Serge Lallemant
[Selis Corp]

[More]  ⦿

Sergei Kokota

Tallinn, Estonia-based icon designer. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sergey Epifanov
[Banzai Tokyo]

[MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Sergey Schmidt

Los Angeles-based designer of over 100 icon sets, each consisting of between 10 and 20 icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sergio Diaz
[Martian Wabbit Productions]

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Sergio Ramirez Flores

So as not to be confused with the Colombian type designer Sergio Ramirez (Llamas), this Chilean Sergio Ramirez uses his full name, Sergio Ramirez Flores. At Latinotype, a foundry in Santiago, he published the 369-strong infographics icon font Tepu (2014). In 2016, his typeface Notro won an award at Tipos Latinos 2016.

In 2017, Sergio Ramirez, Cesar Araya and the Latinotype Team developed the information design super-large typeface family Informative (+pictograms as a tribute to Gerd Arntz: Informative Alimentation, Informative City, Informative Energy, Informative People, Informative Politics, Informative Sports, Informative Work). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Shahd Salem

Cairo-based designer of an Arabic display typeface in 2016. In another part of her research, she published a fascinating set of icons called Cymatics (2016: Cymatics is the science of visualizing audio frequencies). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Shannon E. Thomas

Designer of very sharp icons. These include Puchi Puchi, Avocado, Sketchy, Sharp Corners, Feather, Stone, Blueprint, Flat Shadows. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Shannon Gerdauskas

Tampa, FL-based designer of Aussie Grill Type (2019), Retroactive (2019: a hand-drawn retro grunge font) and Slimey (2016: slimy social media icons). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Shiloh Lenz

During her studies in Mount Holly, NJ, Shiloh Lenz created Flower Buds icons (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Shiree Williamson

Tel Aviv-based designer of a set of Arabic / Hebrew icons and a Hebrew typeface in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Side Project
[Ruth & Sira Garcia Trigueros]

Designers of Poor Hans (2016), Ecology Icons (2016), Quaoar (2016, handcrafted typeface), Plain Sans (2015), Simple Hand (2015) and Simple Hand Tree (2015). Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Bill Kenney]

Savannah, GA-based designer of the sans typeface Proletar (2016). He also designed many sets of vector format icons in 2016, such as Animals, Academic Icons, Clothing, Commerce, Foodie, Furniture, Health, Music, Nature, nautical Icons, Office, Space, Sports and Transportation. Home page of Bill Kenney. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Simon Bassler

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Simona Vaskovicova

Brno, Czechia-based designer of the basic sans typeface Uppest (2017), a wayfinding icon set for KOMA (2017), the handwriting font Karel Jaromir Erben Script (2017, based on the Czech poet's handwriting), and the icons and poster Enabled For Disabled (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Simona Vaskovicova

Zlin, Czechia-based designer of diacritics for Fette Gotisch (2016). She also created a set of icons for the disabled. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Simone Giorgio
[K Projects]

[MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

SimpleBits (or: Icon Shoppe)
[Dan Cederholm]

Dan Cederholm (Salem, MA) founded Dribble and set up the SimpleBits web page. The Shoppe is an offshoot of SimpleBits, LLC, a design studio founded in 2002 by Cederholm. SimpleBits specializes mostly in icons. Typefaces by Icon Shoppe include Chameleon16 (2007), a beautifully designed truetype pixel font. Icons by Icon Shoppe include Ballroom, Chameleon, Stockholm and Overcast. Typefaces by SimpleBits comprise Ships Whistle (2020: a rounded monolinear sans), Parkly (2021: a national parks font), Cartridge (2021: based on 1980s style video game labels such as those used for the Atari 2600 console), Captain Edward (2021: named after Captain Edward Teach, aka Blackbeard, this font takes cues from Cooper Black's lighter-weight siblings and draws inspiration from the rugged New England coast), Vault Alarm (2021: chunky) and Rotundo (2021).

Typefaces from 2022: Easy Coast.

Author of Twenty Bits I learned About Making Fonts (2021). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Sinead Perry

During her studies at Plymouth College of Art in 2014, Exeter, UK-based Sinead Perry created some experimental (pixelized, dot matrix, geometric) typefaces and pictograms. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Stephen Hutchings]

S-INGS is Stephen Hutchings' studio based in Sydney, Australia. In 2016, he designed Monad Sans and Svenska.

Typicons (2012-2015) are 336 carefully designed free web icons by Stephen Hutchings, available in both vector and truetype formats. Latex code for use in TeX was written by Arthur Vigil and Xavier Danaux. CTAN download site. Home page Github link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Siwat V

Siwat V is a very prolific icon set designer, having made 544 by August 2019 for a total of almost 12,000 icons. In 2019, he released Trade Wars, which includes some icons related to Trump. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Six Revisions
[Jacob Gube]

Jacob Gube lists ten free font managers. Other subpages by him:

Elsewhere he lists eighteen free icon fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Siyi Wang

Kansas City, MO-based designer of the experimental typeface Notation (2016). The terminal dots in the typeface are of variable size. In 2015, Siyi designed a set of pictograms for the city of Orlando. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sjoerd Kulsdom

Sjoerd Kulsdom (Dot By Dot) is the Arnhem and/or Amsterdam-based designer of the curly typeface Spring Is In The Air (2011), the polygonal cut-out typeface Cardboard Cat (2016), the informal typeface Merijntje (2014) and the multiline typeface Monogram Rounded (2016). Sjoerd is associated with Ontwerpstudio Dot by dot.

Typefaces from 2017: Skrova (textured layered round sans), Deux Inline, Allergen Icons, Drone Attack (dingbats), Walrus Rough, Walrus Bold.

Typefaces from 2018: Confetti (a stackable multicolor font).

Typefaces from 2019: BusMatrix Condensed. [Google] [More]  ⦿

SM Artists
[Svilen Petrov]

Sofia, Bulgaria-based designers of the tweetware font family Wirebet (2015), which consists of a set of sans fonts and some web design icons. They also created several sets of tweetware icon fonts: Bar Icons, Game Icons, Dashboard Icons, Weather Icons, Wireframe Icons. The main designer is Svilen Petrov. Behance link. Home page of Svbilen Petrov. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sonal Gadre-Shintre

New Providence, NJ-based designer of the spurred typeface Arch (2014). Inspiration came from Indian Mughal arches, and the application Sonal had in mind was fashion magazines. Arch was created for a course at SVA (School of Visual Arts) in New York. She also created a set of pictograms for Ariisto Realtors in Mumbai. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sophie Delrot

French creator of a set of icons and pictograms called JSel (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿


StateFace is a free icon font made in 2012 by ProPublica. It contains the shapes of the fifty staes in the USA. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Stef Elmrabet

Stef Elmrabet Mustapha is the Casablanca / Rabat, Morocco, and now Bari, Italy-based designer of The King (2014, free calligraphic script), Branco Script (2014) and Lonely Brush (2014). He also designed some icons in 2014.

In 2015, he created the script typeface Alia and the brush script Siviana.

Behance link. Aka Stefano, as Stef El Mrabet, and as TOP Design. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Stefan Hattenbach
[Mac Rhino Fonts (MRF)]

[MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Stefan Milic
[Mist Design]

[More]  ⦿

Stefano Giliberti

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Stephen Hutchings

[More]  ⦿

Stephen James Hoefer

Graphic designer in Rochester, NY, who studied under Kris Holmes at RIT. Creator of a set of animal icons and of Hoefer Blackletter in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Stephen Politte

In 2013, Tommy Isbell (Parma Heights, OH) and Stephen Politte (Cleveland, OH) co-designed a 3d typeface called ShowSicle. Stephen also designed Minimal Icon Set in 2013.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Stephy So

Irvine, CA-based designer of the experimental typeface Myot (2014). She also created Future Phone Icons (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Steve Cotroneo

Steve Cotroneo (SAC Designs, USA) created the free icon typeface Social Type (2016). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Steve Schoger

Designer of the free icon set Heroicons (2018) in SVG format. Github link. He also has a commercial extension, also called Heroicons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Strangertype Studio
[Robbi Azis]

Surabaya, Indonesia-based designer of Royal Quest (2019), Amandella (2019), Ganesha (2019), Ghost House (2019), Banabo (2018) and Free Food Icons (2018). Creative Fabrica link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Studio B (or: La Station B)
[Clément Barbé]

Paris-based graduate of ESAG Penninghen (where he took courses from, e.g., Muriel Paris) who made a custom typeface for the Housse de Racket band in 2012. Dinosaur (2012) can be bought at Ten Dollar Fonts. He also designed the thin display family Muerte (2012), the alchemic typeface Pharaon (2012, inspired by the Spielberg movie Indiana Jones : Raiders of the Lost Ark), the display typeface Tennis (2012), the volcano-shape-inspired Volcano (2012), and the wavy Sailor (2012).

In 2013, he made the alhemic typeface Black. Hellofont link, where his fonts can be bought.

In 2019, he set up Studio B and promptly released the icon set Tropical (2019) and the great art deco bold poster and display typeface Coquette (2020). In 2020, he designed the art deco typefaces Yangi, Helite and Richart, and the unicase display typeface Boala.

Behance link for Clément Barbé. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Studio Tsafi

Dafont link.

Creator of the media symbol / icon font sTmedia (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Subcutaneo Creative Studio

Design studio in San Salvador, El Salvador. Creators of the (commercial) dada typeface Urbanica (2014), the dadaist typeface Deformed Font (2014), and the hand-drawn typeface Lovers Italic (2014). They also sell Random Icon Set (2014).

Behance link. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Susan Kare

Born in 1954 in Ithaca, NY, Susan designed some of the original bitmap fonts for the original Mac in 1983-1984, including Chicago, New York, Monaco (download), FiveDots, Geneva, Cairo (dingbat font), LosAngeles, Athens and San Francisco (1984, ransom note font), while being a Creative Director at Apple (1982-1985). For Danger Research, she created the bitmap fonts Hamilton 5, Hamilton 6, Waverley 5, Waverley 6, Bryant 7 (2000). Interview with Cybergrrl. Atomic Media sells these pixel fonts of hers: Kare Five Dots (family), Ramona (script pixel font), Harry, Everett, Kare Six Dots (family), Biology (dings), Kare Dingbats, MiniFood, Ned, Sampler.

MyFonts catalog. Interview.

She explains the choice of names for the original Mac fonts: The first Macintosh font was designed to be a bold system font with no jagged diagonals, and was originally called "Elefont". There were going to be lots of fonts, so we were looking for a set of attractive, related names. Andy Hertzfeld and I had met in high school in suburban Philadelphia, so we started naming the other fonts after stops on the Paoli Local commuter train: Overbrook, Merion, Ardmore, and Rosemont. (Ransom was the only one that broke that convention; it was a font of mismatched letters intended to evoke messages from kidnappers made from cut-out letters). One day Steve Jobs stopped by the software group, as he often did at the end of the day. He frowned as he looked at the font names on a menu. "What are those names?", he asked, and we explained about the Paoli Local. "Well", he said, "cities are OK, but not little cities that nobody's ever heard of. They ought to be WORLD CLASS cities!" So that is how Chicago (Elefont), New York, Geneva, London, San Francisco (ransom note font), Toronto, and Venice (Bill Atkinson's script font) got their names.

Kare is also known for the original set of Mac icons.

The Apple fonts shown below are outline fonts made by Bigelow & Holmes on commission, based on Susan Kare's original pixel fonts. Susan Kare did not design the outline fonts sold by Apple at MyFonts. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Susana Passinhas

Designer of the free icon font Afiado (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Svetoslav Simov

[MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Svilen Petrov
[SM Artists]

[More]  ⦿


Saurabh Rane's free icon collection consisting of Dripicons, Emoji, FontAwesome, Icofont, Ionicons, Linearicons, Map-icons, Material icons, Open iconic, State face icons, Weather icons, TypIcons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Joey Raphael]

Vector icon sets designed in 2012-2013 by Joey Raphael. Icon fonts from ca. 2013 include Air, Junior, Line, Block, Weather (Forecast) and Veggie. Joey Raphael's home page: Sensible World. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Mike Fortress]

Digital product designer and front-end developer based in New York City. Previously he was a partner and designer at Oak Studios, where he led projects for Village, Tobias Frere-Jones, Font Bureau, Monotype, and Facebook among others. Home page.

Symbolset was started by Mike Fortress, a graduate of Type@Cooper. Its commercial icon sets include SS Community (2015, by Wen Ping Huang), SS Glyphish (2015, by Joseph Wain), SS Air (2015, by Jory Raphael), SS Elements (2015, by Jory Raphael), SS Forecast, SS Geomicons Squared, SS Gizmo (2013, by Dutch Icon and Oak Studios), SS Junior, SS Pika, SS Social, SS Standard, SS Steedicons, SS Symbolicons (2012, by Jory Raphael, Oak Studios), and SS UI. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Creator of commercial icon fonts. These include SS Social Icons (2012) and SS Standard (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tania Dominguez

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Tanya Emelyanova

Illustrator in Saint Petersburg, Russia, who created several children's alphabets and a set of Funny Cactus icons in 2014. In 2015, she designed the handcrafted typeface Neva. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tarek Samir Al-Sawwa
[TS Fonts (or: Fonttat)]

[More]  ⦿

Tay Kok Wei

Designer of Black Man Icon (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Taylor Schmidt

During his studies in Harrisburg, PA, Taylor Schmidt created Breaking Bad Icons (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ted McFarland

Graphic designer in Fountain Valley, CA, who created Section 3 (2015, a constructivist typeface), Super Neon (2015, a neon light stencil typeface), and Remote Security Camera Icons (2015, on commission for Zettaguard's remote IP camera viewing/management website). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ted Slesinski

Philadelphia-based creator (b. 1985) of the free icon fonts Social Font Face (2013) and Just Vector (2013).

Fontspace link. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Temporary State (was: Abstrkt)
[Roman Gornitsky]

Moscow, and before that, St. Petersburg, Russia-based foundry, first called Abstrkt, and later extended to The Temporary State. All fonts are by Roman Gornitsky (b. 1986, Leningrad). In 2020, the foundry was located in Leipzig, Germany. Roman's fonts:

  • Krisis Sans (2008).
  • Lawyer Gothic (2008).
  • Littera Plain (2008) and Littera Text (2008). An interpretation of the most popular sans family in Russia.
  • Proto Sans (2008). A 42-style constructivist family.
  • Vremena (2009) and Vremena Grotesk (2009) each have eight styles, and are their interpretation of Times and Arial, respectively. See also Nowie Vremena (2011). Vremena was extended in 2016-2017 to the free typeface Wremena.
  • Fun City (2010). An extensive family of typefaces designed for multi-layered use. Each letter is designed on the same grid, so overlays can create great effects.
  • The Stroke Sans (2010).
  • Differentura (2010). A grotesk.
  • Lineatura (2011). A great art deco-meets avant garde family.

    Twentytwelve (in styles Slab N, Sans R, Sans C, Serif C, Sans G, Sans). Created in 2011-2012 at the Jan van Eyck Academy in The Netherlands, and inspired by Paul Renner's original designs for Futura. Extended in 2017 as Five Years Later.

  • Manege (2016). Manege was initially designed for the celebration of 200 years of Manege Central Exhibition Hall in Moscow: The shapes of the typeface are heavily influenced by monumental typefaces of late 1950s Stalinist architecture, as well as hand-drawn title pages of Soviet books of the same period and typefaces like Telingater, Lazurski, Trajan and even some Romain du Roi. Initially designed for all caps typesetting, Manege tries to combine in itself monumentality with clumsiness, a particular mixture of feelings one often gets from looking at old stone-carved inscriptions.
  • Panama and Panama Monospace (2017). A text typeface in the style of Century.
  • Soyuz Grotesk (2017). This free almost experimental sans is based on a Cyrillic version of Helvetica made by two students of the Moscow print Institute in 1963, Yuri Kurbatov and Maxim Zhukov.
  • Steinbeck (2018). A playful sans.
  • Gramatika (2020). Initially developed as a Helvetica-like typeface for Experimental Jetset's new visual identity of V-A-C Foundation (Moscow/Venice), it became a retail font (with some additions and changes) in 2020. Special attention was paid to spacing and multi-language diacritics, as well as dingbats that include arrows, chess symbols and weather icons.
  • Pressuru (2020). A compact sans.
[Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

[Ed Merritt]

Foundry set up in 2007 by Ed Merritt (Bournemouth, UK). Its typefaces, all created with FontCreator, include Jura (2008, a clean serif face), Nevis (2008, strong angular sans), Akashi (2008, stylized sans), and Munro (2008, dot matrix family). All are free for now.

Hartland (2008, rounded sans), Eiger (2010, fat geometric), Tödi (2010, fat counterless) and Alborz (2010, organic) are commercial.

Of particular use is the free 120-glyph icon font Sosa (2012).

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Thalia Echevarria

Lima, Peru-based designer of Quota (2013, a display typeface) and Shipibo (2013), a display typeface that is inspired by the aesthetics of the ethnic population of the Peruvian Amazonian that live near the rivers in Ucayali. She also designed an artistic set of pictograms. In 2015, she graduated from the MATD program at the University of Reading. Her graduation typeface was Pistachio, a warm reversed contrast typeface for Latin, Greek, Cyrillic and Buginese (a local Indonesian script).

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The Design Office
[John Caserta]

A place for independent designers in downtown Providence, RI. One of the designers in this group is John Caserta, the founder of The Design Office, who conceived its magnificent web page. John created Modern Pictograms (2011, a free icon font).

Fontsquirrel link.

John's CV: John Caserta is a Providence-based designer, artist and educator. He received an MFA from Yale University in 2004 and a BA in Journalism from The University of North Carolina in 1995. Upon completion of his graduate thesis, Take Your Time, he was awarded the J. William Fulbright Fellowship in Art to create a time capsule for a small village in southern Italy. Upon return to the United States in January of 2006, he was appointed critic in the department of graphic design at The Rhode Island School of Design. In addition to course instruction, he is a graduate thesis adviser and leads various workshops. In November of 2007, he founded The Design Office. He continues to run a solo information design practice, taking commissions primarily from media companies and universities. He lives in Pawtucket, R.I. with his wife Sarah, daughter Lucia and dog Ray.

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The Design Office

Creators of Modern Pictograms Pro (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

The Noun Project

A collaboration between many people for creating free open source icons. The collection is quite useful and is growing nicely. These icons are available in vector formats, but not as truetype or opentype fonts. The blog is also a lot of fun.

Examples of icons by Stuart McCoy and Jakub Ukrop. [Google] [More]  ⦿

The Warehouse (or: Warehouse Design)
[Brittany Deighton]

Based in Kent, Ohio, Brittany Deighton founded Warehouse Design with Jesse Snyder. At Warehouse, one can buy some icon font sets from them, such as Miniglyph, Parks and Rec, and Snack Time. Together, they designed the slabby wood type typeface Ohio, and Medical Icons in 2013, while Brittany was studying in the Visual Communication Design program at Kent State University. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Thieme Verlag

German studio that designed the hand-printed typeface URW Nifty Script (2013) and the large dingbat font FontForum Medical Icons (2015, URW++). MyFonts link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Thomas Boucherie

Based in Montpellier, France, Thomas Boucherie designed the dingbat typefaces Ghost Smileys (2009), Punk Smileys (2009), thomasboucherie (2007), thomasboucherie3 (2008), Pictoserie 5 (2009, Pingbats), pictoserie 6 (2011, dingbats), Poulpi (2011, octopi), Piou (2011, ducklings), Pucca (2004, Japanese dolls), Thomas1 (2007) and Thomas (2007).

In 2012, he created Toy Cloud, Pictoserie 7, Kawai Medical (medical dingbats), Square Face, the rhombic typeface Iddi Head, and the dingbat typefaces Animal Kai, Kawaii Eyes, Kokeshi Kawaii, Mustache, Polynesian Etua (dingbats), Kawaii Food II, Pirats (sic) (pirate dingbats), LaLinea Sea (sea dingbats), Toy Kars, Galaxia, and Bow.

Typefaces from 2013: Toy Stum, Dead Head, Nox One, Mix One.


He also has icon sets.

In 2013, Thomas set up a second identity, that of the Swiss woman Maelle Keita.

Dafont link. Another Dafont link. And another link. Abstract Fonts link. Old URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Thomas Sen

Lima, Peru-based designer of the wayfinding icons typeface Senaletica UCAL (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ti Zi
[Zita Tillai]

Designer of the hand-drawn Cute Icons (2020). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tiago Silva

Graphic designer in Curitiba, Brazil. He created the compass and ruler face Curitiba (2011). Before that, he designed Repo (2011), an avant garde monoline sans face. That typeface will soon be available for free download.

In 2012, he created a free icon set called 24 Things.

In 2013, he added the sans typeface Franzina Condensed Hairline.

Cargo Collective link. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Type coop in Tilburg, The Netherlands, run by Sander Neijnens and Ivo van Leeuwen. The free TilburgsAns fonts were published in 2016-2017. Described as raw, joyful, idiosyncratic, humorous and experimental, the fonts are accompanied by a set of icons that characterize the city of Tilburg. TilburgsAnsText and TilburgsAnsIcons appeared in 2017. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tina Chan

Toronto-based designer of Digi Sans (2015), a typeface created for mobile devices/ She also made Platter Icon Set (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ting Yen

Graphic designer in San Francisco who created the labyrinthine typeface Maze (2015) and the free Food and Drink Icons (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tipo Pepel (was: Antaviana Typeface Division, or: Astramat)
[Josep Pep Patau i Bellart]

Antaviana Typeface Division is a Catalan foundry, est. ca. 2002. It went also under the name Astramat and was also known as ANTAVIANA SERVEIS INTERACTIUS, SCCL. Located in Lleida, it is run by Josep Patau i Bellart (b. 1971, Les Borges Blanques, Lleida). Patau i Bellart offered free fonts, as well as commercial fonts. He has emerged as one of the most talented contemporary Spanish type designers. In 2011, he started Tipo Pepel [MyFonts link] in Les Borges Blanques. Josep Patau's typefaces:

  • Free typefaces: Lletraferida (2011, a didone), Negrona (2011, a revival of Lucian Bernhard's Bernhard Negro, 1930), Perolet, Lango, Gimenells, Arbeka, Rosango, Antaviana, FoxScript (1996, old typewriter), Unregistered, and FistroRatted (grunge).
  • At Astramat, one could download these fonts: Anmari (2002), Antaviana (1996), Arbeka (2002), FAXADA (2001, by Cel Tico Petit), FoxScriptNormal (1996, old typewriter), Gastada (2001, another grunge font by Cel Tico Petit), Gimenells (2001, pixel font), Gorchs (2007, script font), Klander (1999, pixel font), Lang (2001, pixel font family), Masterfly (2007, T-26), Omellons (2001, pixel font family), Perolet (2001, Bauhaus style), Pixelade (2001, pixel font), Rosango (1996), Tiquet (2001, grunge font by Cel Tico Petit), Ultrafat (2007, T-26), Fistro Ratted. Fontspace link for Astramat.
  • T-26 fonts: the screen typeface PixScript (2004), the screen icon dingbat font Pixelade Icons (2003), the art nouveau headline font Gisele (2003, angular art deco titling face), Masterfly (2007), Gopal (2004), Gourmet (2004, based on a type from the 1923 ATF catalog), Confetti (2006, connected fifties style face based on a 1930 type called Escritura Maravilla and Escritura Energica by the José Iranzo foundry in Barcelona), the pixel family Bit Kit (2003), Houdini Icons (20 pixel web icon dingbat typefaces, 2004).
  • At ATypI 2009 in Mexico City, he explained the typographic work of the goldsmith Manuel Peleguer: The aim of this paper is to give an account of the project Peleguer, the recovering and digitialization of the work of the goldsmiths Manuel Peleguer, both father and son, who cut some printing characters between 1780 and 1784 in response to an order of the "Real Sociedad Económica Valenciana de Amigos del Pais". The result was a modern transitional typeface, with good legibility and neoclasical forms, equal in quality to those made by the Real Press (Imprenta Real) in Madrid by Pradell, Espinosa or Gerónimo Gil. Peleguer founded a press and a font foundry in 1784. Patau Bellart created a type family based on Peleguer's work called Peleguer (2009, + Ornaments).
  • Anduaga, a calligraphic typeface from the 18th century, won the Laus Prize (said to be the Spanish equivalent of the type Oscars). Anduaga is the interpretation of the script that Joseph of Anduaga proposed for teaching the first letters in the 1780 book Arte de escribir por reglas y sin Muestras ...
  • Valliciergo (2011) is a 100+-glyph calligraphic / copperplate script font that is inspired by samples from Caligrafía inglesa published in Madrid in the late nineteenth century by Spanish calligrapher Vicente Fernández Valliciergo.
  • Dafont page, where one can download Ventura Edding (2008, hand-printed).
  • Kids Script (2011). An upright connected school script.
  • Trajana Sans (2011) is a sans-serif typeface family based on the shapes and proportions of the characters on the Trajan Column in Rome.
  • Farrerons Serif (2011) is a very readable family with angular and humanist underpinnings.
  • Chupada (2012) is an ultra-condensed font family noted for their exaggerated x-height, which consists of five different weights.
  • Chopped Black (2012) was inspired by the font Pabst Heavy, designed by Chauncey Hawley Griffith in 1928 for Linotype. It was Linotype's version of ATF's popular Cooper Black.
  • Paralex (2012) is a 12-style geometric slab typeface family.
  • Boxed (2013) is an 18-weight squarish sans family. Followed in 2017 by Boxed Round.
  • Cinta (2013). A large humanist sans family with a full range of weights starting with hairline. It also has Cyrillic.
  • Bridone (2013), for British didone. A didone family that inherits some features from Victorian era British slab serif typefaces. Fashionable, beautiful, and useful.
  • Sisco (2014) is an 18-style elliptical techno family with large x-height.
  • Book Cover (2014) is a fat headline typeface.
  • Tiquet (2014). A dot matrix typeface.
  • Milio (2014). A ten-style wedge-serif transitional typeface family for newsprint and magazines.
  • Naste (2014). A sixteen-style geometric sans family that adds details and character to the classical geometric sans typefaces such as Futura. It is a bit wider than usual and covers Cyrillic.
  • Pobla (2015). A text serif with angular, almost fractured.
  • Dupla. A large multilingual sans family.
  • Trepa (2015). A stencil family with various choices of textures, which was inspired by commercial signs and the 1960s French art movement Graphie Latine.
  • Itaca (2016). A 48-style sans family with very open counters.
  • Mario (2017). A typeface family for arcade games and children.
  • Werdet Script (2017). A calligraphic penmanship script which is named after calligrapher Jean-Baptiste Werdet who was a penman in Bordeaux in 1809 and later a professor at Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris.
  • Geo Deco (2019). A geometric art deco sans family.
  • Frontis (2019). A transitionl roman typeface family inspired by the roman lettershapes that Asensio y Mejorada drew in 1780.
  • Kongress (2019). An elliptical sans family for corporate identities.
  • Labernia (2019). A large didone family based on the font used in Diccionari de la Llengua Catalana (1864, by Pere Labernia, Barcelona): Labernia and Labernia Titling are characterized by ball terminals that are turned inwards.
  • Indecise (2020). A nostalgic 50-style sans family that reminds us of type designs by Enric Crous-Vidal and José Mendoza y Almeida.
  • Frenchute (2020). A great 36-style garalde family inspired by the type used in the 1727 text Le Chemin Royal de la Croix.
  • Gina (2020). A great readable 16-style humanist sans family. Sixteen styles including a hairline.
  • Samplex (2020). Bellart's take on the neutral Swiss sans genre.
  • Bauen (2020). A Bauhaus-inspired geometric sans typeface family.
  • Bazinga (2020). A display typeface family characterized by square counters. Perhaps a children's book font.
  • Romulo (2020). A 12-style transitional roman typeface.
  • Kheops (2020). A 14-style slab serif.

Additional links: Dafont. MyFonts page. Alternate URL. Fontspace link. Fontfreak page. Patau Bellart is also involved in the type information site Unos Tipos Duros. Klingspor link. Abstract Fonts link.

Interview by Unostiposduros. Fontspring link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

[Tom Creighton]

Tom Creighton (Tipogram, Toronto, Ontario) made and sells an icon font with 99 glyphs. It was designed ca. 2011. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tolya Doodko
[Zoloto Group]

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Tom Creighton

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Tom Cunningham
[New Tropical Design Studio]

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Tomas Erlich

This Czech blog has an icon font archive: Atmandings, Bagarozz, Cartographer, DISTYolksEmoticons, DotCom, Emoticons, Entypo, Evilz, Heydings-Icons, IconBitOne, Kfon, MexicanOrnaments, ModernPictograms, NaiveOrnamentsFree, NoticeStd, Nymphette, Paskowy, SLZodiacIcons, SirucaPictograms, SoftOrnaments, SymbolSigns-Basisset, WCRhesusABta, WebSymbols-Regular, Webmasters, Zodiac01. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tomasz Pienczak

Poznan, Poland-based designer of Stragan Cafe Icons (2015). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tomi Lahdesmaki

Born in Finland, Tomi Lahdesmaki graduated from Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Now based in London, where he runs a studio called Harvest, Tomi created several typefaces in 2014, including the all caps decorative series Mastodon, the fat typeface / light sister combination called Aune, and the heavy titling sans typeface Scandal. He also created several interesting sets of icons.

In 2015, he created a number of typefaces that were inspired by metal band genres: Death Metal, Viking Metal, Industrial Metal, Doom Metal, Heavy Metal, Trash Metal, Power Metal, Black Metal, Gothic Metal. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tony Evreniadis
[Visualize United]

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Tony Thomas

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Toon Planet Vector Assets
[David Figueiras]

Oviedo, Spain-based designer of vector icon sets and accompanying fonts. These include Vecor Arrows, Restaurant App Icons, and Social Media App Icons. Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Travis Zehren
[Kickstand Apps]

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TS Fonts (or: Fonttat)
[Tarek Samir Al-Sawwa]

Or Tarek Alsawwa, founder of TS Fonts and of the type shop Fonttat which specializes in Arabic type. Istanbul, Turkey-based designer (b. Syria?) of the free plump children's book typeface TS Split Black (2020) for Latin and Arabic. Most of his typefaces cover both Latin and Arabic. A partial list: Anamil (2020: handcrafted), Arabic Bebas Neue Pro (2020: an Arabic family added to Ryoichi Tsunekawa's successful Bebas Neue), Ateq (2021: a modernization of the Fatimid Kufic letters and the old Quran Kufic that is taken from the book of Yusuf Zinun), Damas (2020: sans and slab), Deniz (2021), Fonttat (2021: a free Latin / Cyrillic ?arabic stencil typeface), GTA Al-Muarabis (2020: an Arabic kufi-style font to accompany the Latin font used in the GTA game Pricedown), Hakwaty (2021), Hiba (2020), Kaak Arabic (2020: an arabification of Philip Trautmann's scrapbook font Cookies & Milk, Kairouan (2021: a rounded Latin / Arabic typeface rooted in Moroccan calligraphy), TS Karagoz (2022: a fun Latin/Cyrillic/Arabic cartoon or children's book family), Kufidia (2020), Lineat (2020: blackboard bold), Morabaat, Nas (2021: an 8-style Naskh-based typeface family by Tarek Al-Sawwa and Haider Mami), Pixopedia (2020: a free Arabic video game pixel typeface), Qamus (2020: a geometric sans), Rotger-Arabic (2020: an Arabification of Central Type Company's Rodger by Tarek Al-Sawwa and Mohamed Gallah), Safaa (2020: monolinear, geometric), Shareb Pro Arabic, (2022; an improvement of the Latin / Arabic typeface Shareb; by Abdelrahman Farahat and Tarek Alsawwa), Tarek (2020: 18 styles and a variable font), Zinun (2021: a Fatimid Kufic font for Arabic and Latin whose letters are inspired by the book of Yusuf Zinun).

Icon sets: Syrian & Turkish Sweets Icons (2020), Cafe Essentials (2020).

Behance link for TS Fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Type Studio (was: Vial Work)

Indonesian designer in Osaka, Japan. Creator of the monoline connected typeface Laticka Brush Script (2016), the sans display typeface RedFlower (2016), the monospaced computer font Mono RGO Modular (2016; elsewhere attributed to Deni Anggara; inside the font we find a reference to Blaue 21) and Fixed Line Icons (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Dirk Uhlenbrock]

Foundry with free and commercial fonts, started in June 2002 by Dirk Uhlenbrock.

Partial font list: Leni, Kazoo, Dandruff, Webmap (2001, dingbats for making a web map), Rung, Dole, ViceVersa, Perform, Girl, CellPics (icon font), Sauerkraut (gothic / blackletter), Hamburgotische (more octagonal than blackletter), Neutrum (futuristic octagonal), Laurel and Hardy, Trans (futuristic), Cyanide, Diet, Race (squarish), Girl, Lollop.

Originally called Hellvetica, it lasted a few days before Linotype complained about its name. It is now known as Typetype. Part of Signalgrau Designbureau in Essen, Germany.

Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Michael Parson]

Typogama is the personal foundry of Swiss designer Michael Parson (b. Geneva, Switzerland, 1979), who published these fonts in 2003 as part of Linotype's Taketype 5 collection: Anlinear LT Std Bold, Anlinear LT Std Light, Anlinear LT Std Regular, Arabdream LT Std (Arabic simulation face), ClassicusTitulus LT Std, Hexatype LT Std Bold, Morocco LT Std, Jan LT Std, Ned LT Std, Pargrid LT Std Cross, Pargrid LT Std Regular, Pargrid LT Std Trash, Piercing LT Std Bold, Piercing LT Std Code, Piercing LT Std Regular, Raclette LT Std.

Most of Parson's fonts cover both Latin and Cyrillic.

In 2004, he made Clans (T-26, blackletter) and Boulas (T-26).

In 2006, he released these at T-26: Boutan (Indic simulation face), Heraldry (dingbats), Palm Icons (dingbats for golf), Wingbat (aircraft dingbats).

In 2007, still at T-26: Heraldry, Thunderbolt 73 through 76 (from techno stencil to techno sans).

In 2008, at T26: Ealing (geometric sans family, with a hairline), Bauhau (6 weights), Jane (a rounded sans in 12 weights), Quean, Halja (a modular sharp-edged blackletter with illuminated capitals), Faddish (a high-contrast vogue family), Big Boy (11 styles, a slab family from grunge to regular, accompanied by BigSigns, a hand sign font).

Fonts from 2010: Tinsel (condensed), Rusty (Latin / Cyrillic constructivist typeface inspired by snowboarding), Vindaloo (+Outline, T26), Kimbo (octagonal slabby family), Cyrus (for Latin, Greek and Cyrillic), Calvin (a monoline sans family, +Hairline), Checkpoint (rounded display sans that won an award at Modern Cyrillic 2014), Fuera (2011: a bilined typeface, T26).

In 2013, he published Selecta (an organic rounded sans, T26), Thunderbolt (an octagonal army style typeface family with a military stencil, T-26), Xcetera (2011), Ignorance (an American 19th century style penmanship font), Psalta (an octagonal blackletter typeface), Nadsat (a geometric display sans with some interlocking letters), Cobono (organic sans), Prox (sans face), Zurika (a wonderful crazy script face), Faddish (T26: a fashion mag typeface), Heraldry (T26), Cedi (YWFT: a hand-printed typeface family with huge multi-character ligature set to simulate real handwriting), Tcho (T26: a soft rounded sans family that covers Latin, Thai, Arabic, Greek and other scripts), Dejecta (a striking scratched titling face, T26), Nedo (2011, a bold prismatic display typeface inspired by the work of Nedo Mion Ferrario in Venezuela), Quam (2012, an elliptical sans family), Pictypo (2012, a useful icon typeface).

In 2014, he updated the interlocking poster display typeface Tinsel (T26---original from 2010) and published the fantastic cartoon / comic book typeface family Bangbang. Siggy (2014) is a funky typeface. Lale (2014), which won an award in the TDC 2015 Type Design competition, uses the opentype features to set up a font system for flowers. Jane (2014) is a rounded sans typeface family. Vulgat (2014) is a vibrant display typeface based on uncial letterforms. Elsuave is a free rounded piano key typeface.

Typefaces from 2015: Chickenz, Framez, Jackazz, Raubam (free), Martinaz (signage script).

Typefaces from 2016: Auro (rounded sans), Dejecta (rough and ragged), Apollonius (a swashy didone), Rosengarten (vintage type influenced by Lucian Barnhard), Deleplace (influenced by didones), Furius (Tuscan style).

Typefaces from 2017: Kurstiva (an informal sans family), Banja (a plump signage script), Bignoy (Wild West, modernized), Kimbo (octagonal), Mensrea (organic sans with beveled, inline, and various layered and graffiti styles), Nibbles (a food truck-inspired dingbat typeface), Huggy (an art nouveau typeface influenced by the work of Heinrich Heinz).

Typefaces from 2018: Brinnan (a wide sans), Zoltana (a floriated, abll terminal-laden fancy titling typeface), Genesa, Kufin (a free Kufic emulation typeface), Madden (an angry dry brush poster typeface).

Typefaces from 2019: Ahsing (oriental look font), Convexion (a creamy display typeface), Vidocq (based on 19th century woodcut styles).

Typefaces from 2020: Fiducia (inspired by the first Swiss banknotes), Gorgonzo (a creamy bold typeface designed for attention grabbing headlines), Thrifty (a clean minimalist sans family).

Typefaces from 2021: Oildale (an oily and creamy display typeface), Conica (a fine extra bold condensed poster typeface).

Typefaces from 2022: Xotor (a double-inline or prismatic font with octagonal outlines).

Behance link. Klingspor link. Hellofont link. MyFonts link.

View Michael Parson's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Typographic Design
[Manuel Viergutz]

Berlin-based FontStruct artist from Stuttgart (b. 1986, Esslingen) who studied at Johannes-Gutenberg-Schule Stuttgart (class of 2007) and studied in 2008 in Esslingen at the European School of Film and Design. He set up Typographic Design. The theme of most of his typefaces is erosion, deconstruction and grunge.

He made the striped techno fonts heavyLOUDedge, heavyLOUDedge_lineH, heavyLOUDedge_lineV, heavyLOUDedge_quad, heavyLOUDedge_raw in 2009. He also made Fat Cowboy (2009, FontStruct), QRcodeX (2009, like those airline ticket codes), Low Down Cut (2009), WebPixel (2009), ScrFibble (2009), ScriptSERIF (ransom note face), and Back To Heavy Coat Fat Ground (white on black family) in 2009.

Typefaces done between 2010 and 2013: SKATEBOaRDbraNds (2010, ransom note face), Gothic Hand Dirty (2010), SansLigraphy, Slice n Dice (2009), Riptape, Riptrash (2010, grunge), BackToHeavyCoatFatGround, Curly Lava Bubble (2010, dotted family), Hand Times (2010, a sketched Times Roman), BlockHead (2010), kiddySans (2010), webpixelbitmap (2010), dirtyDeoHandInk (2011), Modern Hand Fraktur (2011), Elegant Hand Script (2011), Wear Fat T Shirt (2011, squarish), Giraffenhals (2011, hand-printed), Phone Scan (2011), Slanted Italic Shift (2011), Neon Club Music (2011), Raw Delta Hand Street (graffiti), India Snake Pixel Labyrinth Game (2012, labyrinthine).

Typefaces from 2013: Hand Retro Sketch Times (layered poster headline family), Dirty Bubble Gum Grunge, Hand Skribble Sketch Rock, Hells Kitchen Devil God, Hand Scribble Sketch Times, Shaky Hand Some Comic, RawStreetWall (Volcano Type: grunge), Tag Hand Graffiti Trash, Viktors Littl Creepy Horror. Still in 2013, these commercial typefaces were published: Rip TRASH, Dirty Deo Hand Ink, Elegant Hand Script, Gothic Hand Dirty, Rip TAPE, MODERN Hand Fraktur, Giraffenhals, Raw Delta Hand Street, WEAR FAT SHIRT, HeavyLOUDedge, Soul Lotion, Webpixel Bitmap, India Snake Pixel Labyrinth Game, Kiddy Sans, MEGA SLANT LINE, NEON CLUB MUSIC, Slanted ITALIC Shift, Block Head, Happy Brain Creepy Thalamus.

Typefaces from 2014: Konstructa Humana Stencil, Hand Stamp Play Rough Serif.

Typefaces from 2015: Hand Sketch Rough Poster, Hand Stamp Swiss Rough Sans.

Typefaces from 2016: Hand Stamp Gothic Rough, Raw Street Wall (Volcano type).

Typefaces from 2017: Brush Poster Grotesk (2017, a fun semi grungy typeface designed for the children's exhibition 1,2,3 Kultummel from Labyrinth Kindermuseum Berlin by xplicit, Berlin (Annette Wüsthoff, Alexander Branczyk and Mascha Wansart) and Manuel Viergutz; loaded with glyphs and decorative extras like arrows, dingbats, emojis, symbols, geometric shapes, catchwords and decorative ligatures), Netherlands Dirty Numbers (a hacker style font), Mallorca Dirty Numbers (another hacker font), Hand Stamp Slab Serif Rough.

Typefaces from 2018: Hand Print Stamp Rough, Typewriter 1950 Tech Mono (a great old typewriter font family).

Typefaces from 2019: Icons Dingbats Symbols Set, Czykago Rough (with Alexander Branczyk).

Typefaces from 2020: One United Font (+icons), Hand Stamp Wood, Klein Rough Gemein (with Inga Luft: a font family that includes an icon set and several styles that emulate old German rubber stamps), LED pixel (65 styles), Boom Pang Pow (a cartoon font), TWIGS 4 kids (2020: designed for a garden exhibition for children by Daniela Costa, Julia Stanossek, Alexander Branczyk and Manuel Viergutz), DIY Fantasy Stamp, Euro Icon Kit, Brush Hand Marker, Chalk Hand Marker.

Typefaces from 2021: Wood Sans (a 12-style vintage wood type and letterpress emulation family), Pixel Pattern (a 9-style pixel font family), Hand Writing of Janina, Face Type, Hand of Hannah (a fat finger script), Plakat Wood (wood type emulation), Drunken Pixel, GDR Traffic Symbols, Hearts Love Smile (amorous dingbats), Open Tech Neue (Sans Serif, Invert, Outline, Slab Serif, Stretch, Box Puzzle and Icons). Cat Finger (a rough brush font), Kloetzchen (a set of blocky display types based on a 3d (physical) wood type by Peter Eckartz).

Dafont link. Alternate URL. MyFonts link for his commercial fonts. Klingspor link. Behance link. Blogspot link. Old MyFonts foundry link. Abstract Fonts link. Volcano Type link.

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[Peter Bilak]

Typotheque is an initiative of Peter Bilak and ui42 out of Bratislava (Slovakia), and later, The Netherlands: Typotheque is an Internet-based independent type foundry. It offers quality fonts for PC and Macintosh platforms in standard European character set and in CE (central european) character set. All fonts have full (european) character sets, are thoroughly tested and manually kerned.

Typotheque also offers its own type utilities: AccentKernMaker and FontAgent. In 2000, with Stuart Bailey, Peter Bilak co-founded art and design journal Dot Dot Dot. Along with Andrej Kratky he co-founded Fontstand.com, a font rental platform. Peter is teaching at the Type & Media postgraduate course at the Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague.

Free fonts: Remix Typotheque and RaumSüd.

Commercial fonts: Fedra Sans (2001, 30 weights), Holy Cow (2000), Champollion (2000), Eureka (2000), Eureka Phonetik (2000), Eureka Arrows (2000), Eureka Glyphs (2000), Jigsaw (Light and Stencil, 2000, by Johanna Balusikova), Fedra Mono (2002), Fedra Bitmaps (2002), Fedra Serif (2003, 48 weights, with a characteristic shy female A, toes pointing inwards), Fedra Serif Display (2006) and Fedra Arabic (2006) .

Greta (2006-2007, Greta Text and Greta Display) is a newspaper type family designed initially for the main Slovak newspaper, SME. Greta Text won an award at TDC2 2007. It is also being used by the Sunday Times (along with Sunday Times Modern by Emtype and Flama by M. Feliciano). Greta Symbol (2012) is a 10-style 1200-glyphs-per-style superfamily of symbols commonly used in newspapers, magazines and online publications. Finally, Greta Mono (by Peter Bilak and Nikola Djurek) saw the light in 2015. Codesigner with Daniel Berkovitz of Greta Sans Hebrew (2015), which won an award at TDC 2016 and was released in 2017. Greta Sans supports Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Armenian, Arabic, Hebrew, Devanagari, Thai and Hangul. Greta Sans was designed by Peter Bilak, produced together with Nikola Djurek. Irina Smirnova designed the Cyrillic version. The Latin part has been published in 2012, the Cyrillic and Greek in 2015. In 2015, Greta Sans was recognised by the Tokyo TDC. The Arabic version was designed by Kristyan Sarkis and published in 2015. Greta Sans Devanagari was published in 2017, designed by Hitesh Malaviya at ITF under the supervision of Satya Rajpurohit. The Thai version was designed by Smich Smanloh from Cadson Demak, and published in 2019. This Hangul version was designed by Sandoll designers Yejin We and Jinhee Kim, and directed by Chorong Kim.

In 2005, Collins Fedra Sans and Serif were published for use in the Collins dictionaries. A slightly modified version of Fedra Sans is used by the Czech Railways.

In 2008, Peter Bilak, Eike Dingler, Ondrej Jób, and Ashfaq Niazi created the 21-style family History at Typotheque: Based on a skeleton of Roman inscriptional capitals, History includes 21 layers inspired by the evolution of typography. These 21 independent typefaces share widths and other metric information so that they can be recombined. Thus History has the potential to generate thousands of different unique styles. History 1, e.g., is a hairline sans; History 2 is Peignotian; History 14 is a multiline face; History 15 is a stapler face, and so forth.

In 2009, Bilak published the extensive Irma (Sans, Slab) family, which includes a hairline. Typotheque's other designer is Johanna Balusikova.

Collection of over 90 articles on type design by by Stuart Bailey, Michael Bierut, Peter Bilak, Andrew Blauvelt, Erik van Blokland, Max Bruinsma, David Casacuberta, Andy Crewdson, Paul Elliman, Peter Hall, Jessica Helfand, Steven Heller, Roxane Jubert, Emily King, Robin Kinross, Rosa Llop, Ellen Lupton, Martin Majoor, Rick Poynor, Michael Rock, Stefan Sagmeister, and Dmitri Siegel.

In 2011, he created Julien, a playful geometric display typeface loosely inspired by the early 20th century avant-garde. It is based on elementary shapes and includes multiple variants of each letter. It feels like a mix of Futura, Bauhaus, and geometric modular design.

Julien (2012) is a playful geometric display typeface loosely inspired by the early 20th century avant-garde.

Karloff (2012, Typotheque: Positive, Negative, Neutral) is a didone family explained this way: Karloff explores the idea how two extremes could be combined into a coherent whole. Karloff connects the high contrast Modern type of Bodoni and Didot with the monstrous Italians. The difference between the attractive and repulsive forms lies in a single design parameter, the contrast between the thick and the thin. Neutral, the offspring, looks like a slab face. They were made by Peter Bilak, Nikola Djurek and Peter van Rosmalen.

Lumin (2013) is a family that includes slab-serif, sans serif, condensed and display typefaces, and no attept is made to make them uniform in style.

Lava (2013) is a magazine typeface originally designed for Works That Work magazine. It was extended to a multilingual workhose typeface family. It as extended in 2021 to Lava 2.0, at which time they added a variable version of Lava that does this size-specific tracking optimization automatically---Typotheque calls it optical spacing. By 2021, Lava covered Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Devanagari, Telugu and Kannada. Typotheque collaborated with type designers Parimal Parmar, who drew the Devanagari; and Ramakrishna Saiteja, who drew Kannada and Telugu companions for Lava Latin, designed by Peter Bilak.

For Musée des Confluences in Lyon, France, Typotheuqe designed the custom sans typeface Confluence (2014).

For Buccellati Jewellery and Watches in Milan, Typotheque made the classy sans typeface Buccellati in 2013.

In 2016, Peter Bilak, Nikola Djurek and Hrvoje Zivcic published the Uni Grotesk typeface family at Typotheque. It is based on Grafotechna's 1951 typeface Universal Grotesk, which in turn is based on 1934 design by Vladimir Balthasar. Noteworthy also is the prismatic style Uni Grotesk Display.

In 2016, Peter Bilak designed the wayfinding sans typeface family November for Latin, Greek, Cyrillic and Hebrew. Its rounded version is October. November, co-designed by Peter Bilak, Irina Smirnova and Kristyan Sarkis, won two awards at Granshan 2017. November Stencil was published in 2018.

The Q Project was conceived in 2016 by Peter Bilak, and published in June 2020. Nikola Djurek produced the Q Shape 01, loosely based on the Edward Catich's basic brush strokes from his book The Origin of the Serif: Brush Writing and Roman Letters. Bilak explains: The Q Project is a game-like [modular] type system that enables users to create a nearly infinite number of variations. Inspired by toys like Lego or Meccano, Q invites you to explore its vast creative space and discover not only new solutions, but also new problems. Q consists of ix uppercase Base fonts and 35 attachments that can be added as individual layers (Q Base and Serifs). It also comes with a variable font with a motion axis (Q Mechanic), as well as three levels of basic shapes that can be combined into new forms (Q Shapes).

In 2021-2022, Typotheque custom-designed the humanist sans typeface NRK Sans for the Norwegian broadcaster, NRK.

History won an award at ProtoType in 2016.

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UI Parade

Studio whose products include Glifo (2013), a PhotoShop icon web font maker, and Linies (2014), a set of vector format icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Kenny Williams]

Uicons (2012) is a 20 dollar vector icon set with over 400 icons. There is also a sketched version called Uicons Scribble. All made by Australian designer Kenny Williams who lives in Noosa Heads and runs Make Lemonade Design.. Kenny also created FF Bullets (2012).

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Valentine Avondo-Bedone

Graphic designer in Lyon, France, who created the signage icon set Signalétique Bellecour (2015) and exquisite didone lettering for a milk bottle company called Maison Nacrée (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Valeria Aceves

During her studies in Leon, Mexico, Valeria Aceves designed the free handcrafted typeface Vale Line (2018) and a set of wayfinding icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Valerio Dell'Edera
[Hederae Creative (or: Hederae Type Foundry)]

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Valery Moiseev

Moscow-based designer who created the display type Linear (2015) in vector format. He also drew a great set of Monsters in vector format. Icon sets by him include 1000 Icons, Churches, Christmas, Flat Cars, Thin Line Icons. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Valery Zaveryaev
[Gaslight (or: Valery Zaveryaev)]

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Vanessa Serka

Zagreb, Croatia-based designer of the ultra-fat typeface Rockflick (2015), Pirate Glyphicons (2015), and the Roman capitals typeface Dafnis (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Veronica Alamo

Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain-based designer of Familia Pictogramas (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Victor Erixon

New York City-based icon designer. In 2014, he published 60 Vicons. In 2013, he designed 44 Shades, Thin Stroke Icons, and 80 Shades of White Icons. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Victoria Croatto

Graphic designer in Quilmes, Argentina, who created the text typeface Wima in 2015. She also proposed a set of wayfinding icons in 2015 for MAMBA, the Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vinay Suresh Mule

Bangalore, India-based designer of the gorgeous Icons of India or City Icons (2015). In 2016, he created the free handcrafted typefaces Kanglish and Cleavin (for Latin). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vincent Avila

Or just Vince Avila. Designer of the rounded sans typeface Outdoor Code (2016) and the wide rounded all caps sans typeface Vindemia (2016). He also designed Western Exploits (2016, rounded sans), Outdoor Icon Set (2016) and Storm Riders (2016).

Typefaces from 2017: Forest Dreams (hipster), Fairhope (sans titling), Cannes (sans titling), Alcester (rounded sans). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vintage Type Co
[Sean Coady]

Graphic designer from Summerside and/or Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, who was located first in Edmonton, Alberta, and then in Moncton, NB, then in Toronto, and finally in halifax, Nova Scotia. He runs SRC Designs and founded Vintage Type Co in 2015 (not to be confused with Susan Townsend's Vintage Type, a company set up in the 1990s). Creator of the free sans titling typeface family Municipal (2013) and of the hand-printed typeface Fruit Sale (2013).

In 2014, he created Shifty Sailor (spurred), Hofmann (psychedelic typeface), Kalopsia Slab (a condensed slab serif family with an arts-and-crafts flair). One weight is free---the others can be bought here. He also created free User Interface Icons in 2014.

Typefaces from 2015: Jackal Display, Anaheim Gothic, Alehouse (vintage connected script), Dorchester Display (vintage Victorian typeface), Huxley (brush script), Drone Ranger (octagonal dystopian type), Authentico (vintage poster typeface in eight styles), Firefly (free poster font), Highbinder (an eroded vintage typeface), Adventurous Script (watercolor brush), Nomad Icon Font, Arctic Express (handcrafted capitals).

Typefaces from 2016: VTC Numeric (free), Grindstone (vintage), Grindstone Script, Grindstone Sans, Midnight Owl, Southbank (free), Planet Rouge, Life Is Jazz Script, Mystery Tour (+Sans) (a layered Americana or circus font), Sugar Boats, Navy Queen (a nice free font influenced by vintage nautical posters).

Typefaces from 2017: Virgo Antique, Virgo Display, PressBox (letterpress and Americana emulation), Merchant Street Sans (eight stackable fonts), Old Spirits (spurred Victorian style), Prizefighter (art deco sans), Andre's Diner, Artisans Script (signature script), Milton Grotesque (a free all caps American grotesque), Queen Street (a layerable family).

Typefaces from 2018: Grindhaus Sans (geometric), Drone Ranger Pro (octagonal).

Typefaces frm 2019: VTC Bloke (a revival of Miller&Richard's Egyptian Expanded, a wide typeface reminiscent of the Egyptian wood types), VTC Horoscope.

Typefaces from 2020: VTC Elmwood (a modernized blackletter font family), Fellbaum Grotesk, VTC Fellbaum Grotesk.

Typefaces from 2021: Chocolate Chipped (a condensed woodblock emulation typeface family).

Vintage Type Co. Dafont link. Behance link. Another Behance link. Creative Market link. Home page. Creative Market link for Vintage Type Co. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿


Venezuelan designer of these retail typefaces in 2014: Itzal, Itzal Simple (avant-garde sans family), Travel Icon Font, Silver, Gallium, Viruta, Auvin (art deco), Couloir. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Visualize United
[Tony Evreniadis]

Graphic designer and art director in Grevena, Greece, was was at GreekTV.com in San Francisco, and studied at the University of Michigan, class of 2017. His typefaces include Flow (2016, a rounded Latin / Greek sans typeface for use in titles and logos), Funky Handwriting Font (2016), Nipson (2013) and Helexpo (2013, trade fair icons and logos). At MyFonts in 2023, he published the display typefaces VU Rock n Roll, Soul and VU Milwaukee. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Vivi Furlong

California-based designer of My Icon Set (2017). Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vlad Cristea

Cluj-Napoca, Romania-based designer of the connected brush script typeface Coralia (2015), the handcrafted Spiff (2015), the script typeface Lumiere (2015), and the free font Brusher (2015, with Raul Taciu). In addition, he made several sets of free vector format icons, including TwoGrey, Webicons, Chubby Icons, Stroke Gap Icons, and Cicons.

In 2016, Vlad relocated to Amsterdam. That same year, Vlad Cristea and Raul Taciu co-designed the free brush script typeface Hensa. Also, Vlad designed the weathered vintage typeface Bujole, and the script typeface Ball Pen.

In 2017, he designed the script typefaces Truly Lully, The Secret, Ding Dong, Think Pink, Dumpling, Heisenberg, Shmoopy, Boogabear, Foo-Foo, Egghead, Fruit Logo, Adorable (signature font), Moonstone, You Rock, Pretty Pen and Saffron, the marquee typeface Drive In, and the layered font family Aemstel.

In 2018, he designed the script typefaces Little Ophelia, Ink Pen, Marker Mark (a free SVG font), Rising Moon, Smooth Stone and Pinot.

In 2019, he designed the fun display typeface Limoncello and the font duo Laura.

In 2020, he designed the free handwriting font Smarta and Pink&Brown, and the free sans display typefaces Baigo and Chubby Wubby.

Typefaces from 2021: Ball Pen, Eastern Stories, Tall Jules (a fashion mag font), Think Pink, Toffee, Zip Zappy (brush font). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

[Guido de Boer]

Founded by Guido de Boer (Utrecht), Vormplatform is a Dutch studio in which Roosmarijn ten Hoopen, Studio Airport, Ferry Booms and Jeroen van Loon participate. This is an eye candy site, where one can also find their free twitterware typeface Bariol (2012, +Italic), a rounded sans monoline with a large set of icons. This typeface was published by Atipo in Spain.

In 2013, Guido designed the rounded sans typeface 225 Rounds.

In 2016, for the city of Utrecht, he designed the daptive typeface U-Type.

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[Agung Syaifudin]

Aka Vuuuds. Denpasar, Indonesia-based designer of these typefaces in 2021: Alfine, Efton Serif (decorative), Emilea, Fistro (an avant garde fashion font with hipster traits), Fromy, Fugi, Hues Serif, Musky (decorative).

Typefaces from 2020: Arsen (a font duo), Cagily (a decorative serif), De Hudson, Froyas, Gesmont (a striking fashion mag font), Kasual, Moric, Smith Signature, Tefis (a decorative serif), Thiago (a decorative serif), Lavagne (an almost-stencil), Carlsen (script).

Typefaces from 2019: Claire (Sans, Script), Tango (a poetic irregular script), Serfict (calligraphic), Serfict Sans (outlined caps), Charles UK (a formal upright script), Moret (a children's script), Olifer (Serif+Script), Callies Script (swashy calligraphic script), Hector Ink (a Treefrog style ink splatter script).

Typefaces from 2018: Theory, Ezalor (an inky script), Chase (a clean geometric sans family), Manila, Stay, Mono, Lipstick (a signature font), Figo (an inky script), New (sans), York (script), Roth, Reusk Script, Paris, Adelia, Rosie Kiley (a font duo consisting of the titling typeface Track and the script typeface Kiley), Artemis Script, Anter Script, Gloams, Redge, Muster Script, Stylish Script, Georgia Script.

Typefaces from 2017: Bianca (signature font), Lisbeth Script, Wilder Script, Kalisa (signature font), The Bloom, Earnis, Mient, Styler, Erily Script, Miyuki (calligraphic), Mussie, Kesley Script, Faust Script, Recolter (a stunning poster typeface), Caities, Emily (script), Roth, Hukster, Rovist Script, Renith (connected script).

Typefaces from 2016: Hulleva, Callet, Theos Script, Void (rounded sans), Lemonia, Revel (script), First Text (primitive script), Magical Script, Mauret Script (calligraphic), Rosgart (a signature font), Plore (experimental sans), Murtics (a signature font), Infister (minimalist modernist sans), Beafust, Astter (calligraphic script), Humos (connected school script), Hullist (connected handwriting), Happy Tum, Little Bite (children's book font), Millace (calligraphic script), Grafter (connected signage font), Elgard (brush script), Flotus (calligraphic), Pitter (fat finger font), Scripter (formal calligraphic style), Muffet (connected monoline script), Waltus Script (calligraphic and connected), Feruci, Evertype, Breital Script, Castellia, Enough Script, Rollfunk, Hottuf, Staiger (script), Fintype, Themost Script (calligraphic), Fuster Script.

In 2015, he made the brush script typefaces Mauvet Rios, Reusk (a great informal calligraphic typeface), Mostter (calligraphic script), Foldeck (a rounded monoline sans), Quickfox, Serffost, Hurgey, Gothup, Gullick, Wilfur Script and Barkless, the hairline script font Catties, the fine hand-drawn poster font Monofor, the handcrafted connected script fonts Wellone, Anter Script, Cindelia, Ruffest and Perston, the handpainted Emillyne, Herlock, Forsa, the calligraphic font Herfume (loaded with alternates), the handcrafted font family Latype (Brush, Hand, Script, Serif, Condensed, Sans, Extras), the brush typefaces Nufertum (a great medieval travel log script), Nufertum Sans, Northline, Stokebridge, Fouyers Script, Heiger Script and Wayback, and of the handwriting font Allegate. He also designed Bubble Tea, Whalerig, Klasdot, Hello June, Retro Board, London Train, Rope&Bag, Strip Box, Yellow Jelly, Wide West, Funky Disco, Fat Burger, Sweet Lollipop, Dance Club, Crazy Type, Avicelyns (a connected script), Blackyard (a monoline connected script), and Nanoline Icons (which contains 2061 icons divided into 30+ categories: symbol, weather, building, financial & shopping, user, emoticon, hand gesture, medicine, body parts, image, audio, video, music, charts, map, security, document, furniture, kitchen, drink, fruit, food, chat, email, tools, text, communication, business, time, science, laundry, zodiac, kids, energy, animal, clouds, transportation).

Typefaces from 2022: Georgia Script, Lecory (a fashionable typeface with high contrast). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Warehouse Design
[Jesse Snyder]

The Warehouse is a collaborative effort between Brittany Deighton (Kent, Ohio) and Jesse Snyder, who is located in Ohio. We also find a mention of Wilmington, NC, more recently.

Typefaces by them include some icon font sets, Stilts (2013, a thin headline typeface), Narwhal (2013, a clean all-caps sans typeface), Miniglyph, Parks and Rec (icons), and Snack Time (icons). Together, they designed the slabby wood type (and letterpress emulation) typeface Ohio, Medical Icons, Survival Icons, Bike Icons and Transit Icons in 2013. In 2015, they published the squarish sans typeface Carolina.

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Wassim Awadallah
[BluGraphic (or: Graphic Pear)]

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WebHostingHub Glyphs

Designer of the free 2000+ icon font WebHostingHub-Glyphs (2013). Github link. [Google] [More]  ⦿


This site sells many icon sets in png and psd formats. No fonts, as far as I can tell. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Wen Ping Huang

Member of the design team at Hyperakt. Creator of the commercail icon set Community (2015), sold by Symbolset. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Wes Franklin

Australian creator of Outdoor Adventure Icon Font (2015). Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Wild Hare Studio
[Linda Caroll]

Canadian designer of Snowflake Icons (2017), Christmas Icons (2017), Christmas Trees (2017), Quoth (2017, textured typeface), Thyme (2017), Whitewood (2017, a rustic brush), Willow (2017: same as Whitewood), Nature Rules (2017), and Hello Deer (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Wisnu Cipto Wibowo
[Fateh Lab]

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Wojcieh Zasina

Graphic designer in Wroclaw, Poland. Creator of some free icon sets in 2015: Hospital, Dream, Organic Food, Pink Floyd, Kitchen. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Wojtek Kasay

Wroclaw, Poland-based designer of the slab serif typeface Bastard (2014; a school project together with Rui Pinto and Mauro Pedrosa at IPCA; based on Dino dos Santos's Leitura Sans Grot 2), and Wroclaw Public Transport Pictograms (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Woodcutter Manero
[Jordi Manero Pascual]

Prolific Barcelona-based type designer. He started out by creating the counterless hand-printed typefaces Woodcutter Dripping Nightmare (2012) and Woodcutter MMXII (2012).

In 2013, he created Gothic Winter (snow-capped blackletter), Woodcutter Anonymous (ransom note font; +part2, 2014), The Shining (movie scanbats), Woodcutter Optical Army (op-art), Viking Runes Shields, Fresh Blood, Pig Rules, Pole Dance, Music+Party, Asian Food, Deers (sic), Woodcutter Amor de Madre (curly tattoo font), Tattoo Vieja Escuela 1, 2 and 3, Origami (animal dingbats), Vintage Motorcycle Club (scanbats), Vintage Christmas (dingbats), Terry Richardson World (scanbats), Woodcutter Wire Fence, Woodcutter Points (textured face), Made in Spain 4, I Love 80s (dings), Drugs (drug paraphernalia dings), Barber Shop (dingbats), Woodcutter del Reves, Adventure Time, New York New York (1 and 2), Woodcutter Dripping Classic, Woodcutter Tinta China (ink splatter font), Woodcutter Cross, Nightmare on Social Media, Breaking Bad (scanbats), Fight Club (boxing scanbats), Boligrafo (sketched font), Robots, Luxury Brands, Woodcutter Buena Lettra, Barcelona (scanbats), Devoto (religious dingbats), Joker (dingbats), Woodcutter Typewritter (sic), Banksy (scanbats), Made in Spain 1, 2 and 3 (company logos), Animal City (funny dingbats), LSD Junior (a scary alphading font), Woodcutter Army (army stencil), Woodcutter El Día De Todos Los Santos (Mexican dingbats), Woodcutter Summer Shadows, and the monster dingbat typeface Woodcutter El Dia del Juicio. Still in 2013, he designed Woodcutter Black Square, DaPunk, Woodcutter Pollita Alegre (a penis font), Woodcutter Hungry Pig, and Woodcutter Hand Light.

Typefaces from 2014: Hospital Icons, Woodcutter Rare Drawings, Headache, Irresistible (rounded sans), Doctor Garcia (textured), Violence, Hipster Icons, Saint Valentine's Day, Mister Manson, Casino (dingbats), Christian Icons, Christmas Icons, Hermes Manero, Beauty (dingbats), Art Icons & Tools, Clouds Mix, Malamadre (grunge), Offset Punk, Manos de Cerdo, Hotel Oriental, Basic Trip, Popeye (scanbats), Viva la Fiesta (flag alphadings), Street Stencil, Supermarket, Ebola Font, Vintage Halloween, Motel Imperial, Clothes, The Second World War (army stencil), Tahs On A Rope, Penis (dingbats), Regular Show (dingbats), Parkinsonism, The 70 Greatest Directors of All Time (scanbats), Smartphone (alphadings), Dripping, Chaos in Wisconsin, Saturno, Gym (dingbats), Angie, Antique Book, Black Rodeo, Gutierrez+, Matias-Font, Viejo-Oeste, Woodcutter-Prison-Tattoo, old+sailor, Italian Revolution, Kid Nightmare, Anderson (rough stencil), Manero (scratchy script), Tecno-Chaos (dot matrix font), Neverland, Martian Font, Radical Block, Woodcutter Delicada, Bon Appetit, Termica, Kandinsky, Hotel Paradiso, Seven Arts, Street Icons, Militaria (dingbats), Undergramo (poster font), Woodcutter Avispa, Fuego Fatuo, Other Space, Electrica Sals, Woodcutter Dramatica, Cocinitas (cooking dingbats), Bad Mother Fucker, Quentin Tarantino (scanbats), El Extraño, Fine Disorder, Woodcutter BCN Style (dripping blood font), Woodcutter Virus, Efectiva, Mogambo (fat brush), Duck Tape, Warriors, Cutre Glam, Woodcutter Sutill Shadow, Woodcutter Future, Rage, Woodcutter Negative, Manolo, Vegetables, Woodcutter Storm (lightning texture), Woodcutter Rare Drawings, Rustic Heavy Metal, Grass, Virgin Mary (scanbats), Laurus Nobilis (wreaths), Mister Bambu, Woodcutter Barcode, Conquest, Multimedia Icons, Preschool, Cursors, Woodcutter Kaos, Woodcutter Lines, Ukraine (constructivist), Meccano, Woodcutter Simple Font, Crux (crucifixes), Dolores (3d), Eyes, MoneyMoneyMoney, Made in Spain 5, Barcelona Mon Amour, New Society (a 3d shadow face), Federico (a hand-printed shadow typeface), Aranea (spider dings), Fifth Avenue (art deco), Beware of Pitbull, Dictators (scanbats), Woodcutter Vintage Cartoon, The American (textured face), Woodcutter Mixed Icons, Apple Japanese Keyboard, Vintage Classics Disney, Carnage College (blood splatter font), Vintage Porn (scanbats), Woodcutter Fontana (textured caps), Woodcutter Mixed Icons, Woodcutter Jet Set, Woodcutter Gothic Drama (blackletter), Woodcutter Relieve, Mixed Icons Vol. 1, Woodcutter Electric, Woodcutter Cloth, Street Style (graffiti font), Gothic Punk, Human Body Parts, Dirty Harry, Woodcutter Fine Sketch, Woodcutter Invisible, Miley Cyrus (scanbats), Old Guard, Circus and Fair, Comic Cover, Woodcutter Gigantismo, Clockwork Orange (scanbats), Dosmilcatorce, The Walking Dead (scanbats).

Typefaces from 2015: Rude High School, Imprenta Gonzales (white on black), Estrategia (textured style), Monkey Business, Venganza (dripping blood font), Woodcutter Executive, Left Hand Comic (textured), Dirty News, Gorilla BCN (a great handcrafted athletic lettering typeface), Neo Protein (bio-grunge), Barrio-Santo (graffiti style), Periodic-Table-of-Elements, TerrorToons, Vanilla-Candy, Baseball-Icons, Boots, Fine-Homage, Jesus-Christ (religious icons), Lock, Meredith (texturted typeface), Neo-Victorian, Old-Europe (soft blackletter), White-Army (military stencil), HeadWear, Oil-Icons, Pollito-Peligroso (white-on-black letters), Taxi, The-Dentist, Planeta Zero (white-on-black letters), Cronenberg, Hell Bar, Horror Poster, Big Gipsy Bro, Peccatum (bloo drip font), Tempus Fugit (grunge), Indiana State (a great shaded titling face), DJ Icons, Gentleman Icons, Dope Crisis (textured), Bad Quality, Love and Hate, Smoking (dingbats), Phantom of the Opera (dripping blood font), Video Games (dingbats), Beauty Initials, Knife, Ciudad Capital, System Error (dot matrix font), Rejilla (gridded font), Punk Survival, Watches, Barrio Chino (grungy typeface), Delayed (dot matrix font), Impertinencia, Ecology, Anchor, Comic Sandchez, Beard, Globe Icons, Jalisco Company (handcrafted 3d typeface), Summer Icons, New Art Deco (textured art nouveau typeface), Gordita Alegre, Banned World, Pixel Chaos, Dirty Grunge, Metal Curvy, Jazz Club, One Percent, Profile, Scoreboard, Sentencia, The Octopus (silhouettes of octopi), New Sailor (tattoo script), Cleaner, Bear Icons, Woodcutter Trama, Manolete (wavy font), Skully (alphadings), Big Designer, Vintage Punk (white on black), Streets of Fire (textured), Nordica, Belle Epoque (art deco), Bakery, The Worlds Best Logos, Special Unit (textured typeface), Manifesto, Shooter, Woodcutter Carnage, Black Rain (sketched), Soft Addiction, Digital Camera Symbols, Surf, Tailoring, Palo Santo, Morbida (rounded athletic letters), Fine Shadows, The Woodcutter (dings), Experimento (textured typeface), Seven Sisters, Senior Citizen (dingbats), Hotel California, Woodcutter Hand 2015, Fire Department (scanbats), Dolor de Muelas [toothache], Hamburger, Vintage Mixed Vol 1 and 2, Torremolinos, Ol Torero (bullfight scanbats), Formula 1 (scanbats), Presidents of the United States of America, Furure Blood (dripping blood typeface), Wild West Icons, Maravillosos, Territorio (textured display face), Forced Flowers, Black Hole, The Death, Extra Fat (comic book font), Cristobal, Cirilico, Fuck Off (a very useful raised middle finger font), Mexican Skull (the best Mexican skull font anywhere), Old Nuremberg, Maria Dolores, China, Street College, Rodriguez, Tourism, Community, Oklahoma (varsity font), Smartphone Icons, Science Icons, Horse, Greek Mythology, Persiana (a Venetian blind font), Alcohol, Whatsap Emoticons, Library (possibly the best library icon font today), Candelita, Remember Me, Flamenco, Universidad 2015 (athletic lettering), Sneakers, Fire, Industrial Worker, Europe, Abstemious, Police, School, Paris, Savage Empire, Nautical (dingbats), Crusader (dingbats), Woodcutter MMXV, Rats, Monster Mash, 5th Avenue Stencil, Baby Icons, New Space, City Icons, Diamonds, Punkland, Temblores, Puttana Antique, Human Anatomy (dingbats), Guerra Santa, Winter Icons, Farm, NeoWriter, Russia.

Typefaces from 2016: Woodcutter People Faces, Ear, Codociosa (grungy), Viking Hell, Simple Myopia (textured, halftone style), Bulbs, Emblem, Vegan Icons, Fleur de Lis, Pregnancy, Harley Davidson, Window, Owl, Native American Indians, The Toy Castle, Aristogramos Chernow, Mediogramo (monogram font), Yes Darling, Dilema Emocional (white on black), Original 301 (draftsman style), Emperador Oscuro (scribbly), Vespa (scanbats), Fine-Sheriff, Hard-Western, Olivia-Garcia (brush script), Woodcutter-Rude-Press (a great handcrafted poster typeface), Printing, Disabled Icons, Golf Icons, Electric Guitar Icons, Airport-Icons, Prudencia (pixel style), Rude-Basic, Stencil-Guerrilla, Tramita-club, Drone, Garden Icons, Feminine Hygiene, Psycho Dad, Intransigencia (textured), Fat Food Icons, Torrebruno, Home Appliances, La Pecosa (textured), Gyn Toons, Insect Icons, Bomb, Special Forces, Business, Irish, Female Underwear, Zombie Salad, Isometric Love, Dinastia (textured), Fireworks, Happy Birthday, Snake Mix, US Election, Spectrum, Extreme Simple, Drunk Sailor (tattoo font), Mountain (dingbats), Cafe Madrid (white on black), Celebration, Rabbit, Rude College, Words, Wingding Review, Transilvania (blood drip font), Tattoo Museum, El Arropeiro (dry brush font), TV (scanbats), Western Dead, Star Wuarras, File Types, Industrial Poison (grunge), Future War, Masacre Digital, Senor Domingo (grungy), Workout Routine (dingbats), Gipsy Bar, Finegrams (ornamental caps, monogram font), Diving (dingbats), Extupida, Dictadura, Euro Estilazo, Cul de Sac, Lions, Woodcutter Olla Barrejada, Cocaine, Monogramos, Gobierno (rounded sans), Maldita Comebolsas, Macho (spurred style), Eagle (great eagle-themed dingbats for East European coup d'etats ca. 1880), Fuck Love, Woodcutter Rocks (white on black), England (dingbats), Mechanic (garage mechanic dingbats), Rodaja (script), Le Petit Chaos, Old Deutschland (blackletter), Mister George, Cloud Candy, Ceporro, Old School Toons, Big Drama (fat poster style), Serial Font, Hotel Madriz, Lady Fiesta, Punk Army, Enfermo Rules, The Laguna, Casa Camaron, Mister Muerte (dripping blood font).

Typefaces from 2017: Sea Life, Sushi Sushi, Destruccion, The Barrio Caps (blackletter for gangs), Prehistoric Paintings, Sumo, Hot Air Balloons, Woodcutter Self-Portraits, Manero Universe (grune), Digital Dark Sister (LED font), New Watch (LED style), Free Biker (spurred tattoo font), The King, Canada, Super Hero, Target Shooting, Smokeland, Rabia Absoluta, Infringement, Gifts Icons, Sprinkled (textured), Miopia Internacional, Chupapollas, Orientalismus (oriental emulation), Technopollas, Doctor Punk (ransom note font), Global Terror, Bananas Social Club, Wedding, Coffee Icons, Archeology, Graffiti Tags, Maquina de Escribir (old typewriter font), Little Candy Shop, Madre Superiora (script), Territorial, Diogenes, Cyber Tittle, Pain Explosion, Panchito Style, Lightning Bolt, Pixeland, Club Seven Espadas, Chandelier, Computer Mouse, Restroom, Wash Care, Hell Circus, Extraterrestre, Pix Punk, Lamp, Pizza, Pirate Style, Vacaciones, Hecatombe, Fuente Manerismo, La Cucaracha (white on black), Plastic Surgery, Mafia Mix, Dirty Classic Machine (old typewriter), Woodcutter Noise, Cokelines, Simple Cream, Vintage Poison, Lighter Icons, Pacific Break, Maldito Gringo, Bazar Costa, Doctor Satan (dripping blood font), Caja Fuerte (textured stencil typeface), Saint Peter (brush script), Bela-Lisboa, Ear, Future-Socialism (constructivist), Poop, Retro-Toons, Tattoo-Pro-Icons, Victorian-Gang, Woodcutter-Justice, Writing, Amusement-Park, Linoleum, Funny Barber (shaded), Decadence, Victorian Gang, Depalma (spurred sans), Bela Lisboa.

Typefaces from 2018: La Gilda, Portugal Vintage, Call to Huesi, Wood Xmas, Black Empire (a fancy blackletter), Benedicto (a textured all caps typeface), Pixel Icons, Hysterical, Cadalso 74 (grunge), Gramitos, Negroni Chaos, Carajillo de Anis, Hail Disney, Pen Icons, Neo Spain (a glitch font), Adolfito, Anesthesia, Don Pasquale, The Imperial, Juanita Banana, Sovereignty, Bloody Winter (dripping blood font), Drunk College, Sunset Boulevard (shadow font), Miss Order (3d effect font), Burning Manero, Dirty War (a grungy military stencil), Press Division (a shadow font), Fight Team 18, Time To Dead (grunge), Woodcutter Clasica, La Nueva Vieja Escuela (a paint drip font), Woodcutter Animal Faces, Crochet (a softly spurred typeface), Marshal Manero, Nou Barris Bcn, Bad Things (a dripping blood font), Biker Vamp, Insuperable, Pain Shop, El Monstruo del Raval, Arabesque Ornaments, Fans, Tarraco City, Woodcutter Basic Viking (rune simulation), The Hurraca Company, Broken Press, Carnage 1974 (a dripping blood font), Manicomio Woodcutter (a very funny comic book style dingbat font), Amor (spurred), Rompetechos, Electric Punk, Happy Square, Bad Signal (a glitch font), Funny Death, Fresh Nieve (paint drip font), Rota en mil Pedazos (a glitch font), Perra Gorda, Goma de Mascar (a bubblegum font), Mister Love, La Deco Klan, Glitchland, Hackerchaos, Vicious Stencil, Hippie (dings), Skate (dingbats), Dinosaur Icons, Mastodontus, Alphaletras, Torito Style (a woven font), Problems in Wisconsin, Alarma Social, Rue Mademoiselle, Tree Icons, Go Go Sports, Rage Against Mom, Hell Kitchen, Black Order, Black Trident, Sale, War Times (dingbats), Ice Cream Icons, Bastardo, Titi Yayo Rules, Jailbreak, Britannia (blackletter), Venenosa (grungy letterpress), The Gallery (3d, sketched), El Puto Amo, Finolis, Lovegramos (monogram font), Smartwatch, Interferencias (glitch font), Hostage (ransom note font), Miss Antonia (grungy caps), Bocadilla de Mortelada, Bitcoin, Car Parts, Celtic Knots, Cock (rooster dingbats), Dubious Reputation, Funny Chaos, Garage Imperio (shaded, vintage), Geometriarquia (archeological stone font), Good Morning, Graphic Design (dings), Hard Core, HoldFast (spurred), MacizoCompany, Milk, New Gang (garage dingbats), Ninja and Samurai, PhayaThai (Thai emulation), Robotic Arm, Rotunda, Social Media Circled, Stone Block, Unicorn, Victorious (Victorian), Gypsyland, Modernist Chaos, Rata Negra, MMA Champ, Love Initials, Doctor Glitch, Mad College, E-Commerce (dingbats), Sheriff (dingbats), Outline Mix, Stencil Icons, Fairy Tales (dingbats), Alfabetizacion, Night Fever Again, Jodido & Noble, Woodcutter Oligarquia, Screwdriver, Baroque Explosion, Seville Kid, Huesitos, Hanging Party, Brave Grams, Tower of London (outlined, Tuscan), Quintanar de la Orden, Punk West, El Forastero, The Enemigo (ink splash font), El Camino, Finisterre (thin sans).

Typefaces from 2019: Ho Chi Minh City, Retro Team, Brushland, Stamp Empire, The Drama Army (an irregular military stencil), Space Grunge, Disturbed (a glitch font), Dead Corporation, El Tito Adolfo (textured), Dirty Deco, Mister Black, Grunge Manifesto, Dark College, Indian casino (a striped Far West font), Heil West (Tuscan), Bonesitos (a bone font), Bad Santa Company, Felipe Segundo, Vanity Garden, Rough Blacky, Rough City (textured, weathered caps), California, Canarias, Chernobyl (weathered), Beauty Bee (an inky script), Chain Style (a bike chain font), Spaniard Soldier, The Matadero (a slimey font), Lapicero, The Minima, House Icons, La Distinguida, Fuente Jalisco, Cordoba, Extreme Glitch, Simulacro, Dies Irae Saloon, El Hispano (decorative Tuscan capitals), Senorita Esmeralda (Tuscan; white on black), Easy Listening, Cool Chaos, Guarrilla, Big Dealer (a grungy poster typeface), Lord British (decorative caps), Cantina Jalisco (Tuscan), Disco Paradiso (brush font), Dark Metal Institute, Asteroide, Bloody Office (dripping blood font), Los Chapters, Home Entertainment, Witch, Cemetery King (dripping blood font), Steel Soldier (a military stencil), Estreno (a dot matrix font), Cat Faces, Gears Icons, Flower Icons, Hardcore Poster, Northern Army (a military stencil), Casimiro, Pantano Gipsy (sic), Zodiac Mix, Insane Empire, Break Summer, Wood Hell Company, Merluza Company (a grungy typeface), Metalurgia Sexual, Aztec Icons, Cemetery Picnic, Pantano Thing, Falange Punk, Jupiter Team, Breakdance, Origaminator, Gothic Gotera, Friday 14, Wifi Icons, Parque del Buen Retiro, Bato Todo El Rato (a graffiti font), Neo Nacional (a shadow font), Capitan Morgan (a Tuscan pirate font), Habitacion 37, Santa Monica (a shadow font), Casino Bar (shaded font), El Boxeador, Attack the Block, Sister Ant, Hard Tree, Another Round, Charcuteria, Thor Gonzalez, Crappy Town (grungy), European War (eroded military stencil), Rock of Times (3d), Crazy Saigon (shaded), Diamondgrams (monograms), Humanoide 2014 (a dripping blood font), Cheddar Cheese (weathered type), Alberto ha Vuelto, Sweet Cake, Cortocircuito (a glitch font), Potorro Angular, Hijo Puta Peligroso (a 3d shadow font), Constitution, Mastodonte, Street Reich, Hispania Manero, Pureta, Pandora, Spray Letters, Roca de Escama, Fat Mom Rules, Thespian, Stencil Time, Isometria Club (3d), Meteoritox, Cinema Capitol, Barna Break, Scratch Night Team, The Estampada, Afterhours, B-Team, Caballito, Ampersand, Gothic Manus, Espana (spurred, Western), Circus Manerus (Tuscan circus font), Hood Army Stencil, Negative System, Positive System, Pagan Symbols, Andy Capp, American Sign Language, Tiki Idols, Greek Column, Maze, Euro Western, Speed Grams, Tiki Tako, Burgos City (waethered caps), The Company (inline caps), Waste Money (a striped money font), Speedy Retro (a circus font), La Rapidita (a speed emulation font), Chill-out Gang, Resistance (grunge), Normandy Squad (condensed military stencil), Last Round, Tecno Extrema, Madrid Grunge, Escabetxina, Face To Sun, Sailor Gonzalez (a tattoo font), Times Now (a codex font), Sergi Tete, Orgasm Co.

Typefaces from 2020: Pocket Change, Basura Humana, Korean Icons, Construction Icons, Cowboy Manero (handcrafted, Western), National College, Big Junkie Joe, New World Order, Le Club Parisien, Hardcore Attitude (grungy), Orchestra Icons, Soccer Icons, Tennis, Billiard, Startup Icons, The Fortune, Imperator, La Ramera de Barcelona, The North Hell, Soccer Team, Traditional Punk (a ransom note font), Seismo Club (a glitch font), Ugly, Pistolas, Thailand Icons, Renderland (beveled), Traditional Tattoo Parlour, Retro Computer (halftone font), Vintage Glitch, Torquemada in da house, Louisiana Biker Shop, Le Casino Royale (vintage caps, almost Tuscan), Property of Thor, Los Angeles MMXX (a dripping blood blackletter), American Dreamer (a circus font), American Signs, Back To The Fantasy, Badass Draws, Ballooning, Barcelona Streets (a dripping paint font), Battle of Gettysburg, Bisturi Night Club (a marquee font), Born To be Strong (grungy), Bourbon Whiskey, Century Manero (blackletter), Crunch Motel, Decorative Stencil, Drunk Company, Fat Enterprise, Fellini Club, Gameboard, Gorilla Team, Grandma Rules (a stitching font), Grindcore Records (a scratchy font), Hygiene Icons, La Cebadita, Laia the Great Blondie, Latino Heart, Mass Hysteria, Neo Metropolis, Old Celtiberian (blackletter), Oscuro Club (a heavy grungy brush font), Pandemic&co, Poster Queen, Retro Killer (splattered blood font), Saint-Tropez, Sangre y Arena, Se Esta Lianado, Skate Brand (grungy), Spanish Nightmare (a glitch font), The Happy Bear, The Poster King (grungy), Trabello, Trapeze Artist, Western Samurai, City of Brussels, Daddy Ink (a dripping blood font), Conflictive, Albacete Team, Ornaments Salad, Strong Brain, Hand Shadows Icons, Hello Kitty, Bunker Lowercase (a blackletter), LSD Glitch, Rounder Dirty Team, Ole Torrero, Doctor Terror, Hello Chilly (a glitch font), Donuts Icons, Candy Icons, Holy Bible, Old Japanese, Gothic Notausgang, Adventure Magazine, Nordic Thunder, Black Metal, Franco Bros, Saigon Hotel, Piratas, English Bulldog, Mount Olympus (stone cut Greek emulation), Recreativos, Coronavirus, Dirty And Elegant (grungy), 18 Army (an army stencil), Dirty Streets (grungy), Dark Citizen (grungy), Wild Spain, Marbella, Woodcutter People Faces Vol2, Hawaiian Icons, Vietnam, Maps of USA, Comandante Glitch, Planets, Documenta (a shadow font), Ghetto Bros, Charnego (a wooden plank font), Westfalia (a blackletter), Oi!oi!oi! Party (a ransom note font), Bad Gringo (Tuscan), La Formalita, Sabandija Asquerosa, Woman Faces, Dark Tales, Model Woman Silhouettes, Super Impacto, Adolfo's Punk Restuarant, Virginia, Henry McCarty (a grungy western font), Neo Euskal Herria (a Basque font), Heartbreaking, Battery Icons, Space Rangers, Terremoto, La Distorsionada (a glitch font), New York Press (textured ultra fat caps).

Typefaces from 2021: Retro Grunge West, The Bandido (spurred), Casino Madrid, Rosita's Dinner, Mom's Gang (a grungy slab serif), Las Brigadas (a military stencil), Typewriter Grunge, Fire Safety Icons, Zodiac Killer Code, Hearts Salad, American Offset (a halftone texture font) Schizoid Personality, Happy Ending (a dripping semen font), María Magdalen, Nuevo Orden Nacional, Future Shit, Carnage Movie Poster (brush), Big Holidays (counterless), San Judas Tadeo, The King Of Wall (a ransom note font), Graffiti City, Spanish College (a sports font), Campo De La Bota, History Icons, Gothic War, Rocking Bunny, White Storm, Police Department, Rebel Hero, Graphic Lady, La Casa Del Cementerio, Picapiedra (a 3d stone font), Barcelona Scared (a dripping blood font), Nightmare On Raval Streets, High Moon, The Lord of War, La Isla Tortuga (a pirate font), Carmen Polo Superstar (script), Napolitana, New Dimension (3d), Heavy Steel, Barna Hardcore, Fine Books (Initial caps), Descompensada (a ransom note font), Rifle Casual, Espana Imperial, Big Titles, La Costa Dorada is Spain, Brasil Icons, Indonesian Icons, Los Guripas (a grungy blackletter). [Google] [More]  ⦿


Designer of the free icon font Pulsar JS (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Xtoy Co

Pictogram designer in Pereira, Colombia: Señaletica was made in 2013 for Hotel Don Gregorio. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Alexander Colby]

Alexandfer Meyer is the Zürich-based designer (b. 1977) who started publishing his typefaces at Die Gestalten. In 2008, he set up xyz.ch where he sells his own creations. Some typefaces have recently been released under the name Alexander Colby. Designer of these typefaces:

Since 2010, partner with Timo Gaessner in Milieu Grotesque. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yana Dumcheva

Artist, graphic designer and illustrator in Saint Petersburg, Russia. In 2017, graphic and icon designer. In 2017, she published various sets of icons and added a Cyrillic to Aoife Mooney's slab serif typeface Biorhyme. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yaroslav Samoilov

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Yasmin Osman

Cairo-based designer of the avant-garde Latin / Arabic sans typeface Arual (2013) and of the Arabic typeface Kutting Edge (2013). She also made a series of icons called Slurp (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yesmany Marrero

Graphic designer in Toronto who created the Mabuys Sans and Mabuya Serif typefaces in 2016. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yili Lou

Vancouver-based designer of the dot matrix typeface Ink (2013). This typeface was created during Yili's studies at Emily Carr University. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yorlmar Campos
[RNS Fonts (was: Impacto Laser, or: SuperFlexia)]

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Yudina Nata
[Natalia Gudina]

Icon designer. Her sets in 2021 include Cute Animals, Tropical Leaves, Autumn Patterns and Scandinavian Forest Animals. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yuelan Liu

Brussels-based designer of the Snowflake Font (2014). She also made a set of icons called Crustacées décapodes (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Zack Rueger

Grand Rapids, MI-based designer of the white-on-black octagonal typeface Band Wagon (2016) and Marvel Pictograms (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Zara Avdalyan

Florence-based designer of the octagfonal typeface Zeta Squared (2013). She also created Fairytale Icons (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Zeppelin Graphics
[Alex Traian Munteanu]

Bucharest, Romania-based designer of these typefaces in 2018: Forests (a layered decorative all caps typeface), Habanos Retro, Quentin (serif), Hydra (futuristic), Lapland (a script and Christmas icons), Galla (font duo), Berthe Script, Bella Script (monoline), Storyland, Two Adventures, Andy One.

Typefaces from 2019: Arrogant, Hermannstadt, Hotel Royal (vintage, art deco), Celestar.

Typefaces from 2020: Hotel Imperial (Victorian), Fantasya, Coodles (a 20-style hand-drawn collection), Avantgarde Sans, Berry (slab serif and tattoo font), Woodman (a rugged slab serif). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Zina Dunn

Brooklyn, NY-based designer of the playful slab serif typeface Dotable (2016) and casoino Icons (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Zita Tillai
[Ti Zi]

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Zlatko Najdenovski
[Pixel Bazaar]

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[Sam Collins]

Sam Collins (Zocial) is the designer of the free SVG format icon font Maki (2012), which was specially created to be used in conjunction with the MapBox software. See also here.

Collins also created the social network icon set Zocial (2012, free). Strangely, the free Zocial font on Github, dated 2015, is attributed to Cody Alder. Github link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Zoe Larson

At the University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS, Zoe larson designed the striking sharp-edged display typeface Gecko (2019), and Jurassic Park Icons (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Zoloto Group
[Tolya Doodko]

Moscow-based design studio of Tolya Doodko and Andrey Trukhan. Between 2017 and 2020, art director Andrei Trukhan and in-house type designer Tolya Doodko made great use of CSTM's wayfinding font Navigo (2017: by Ilya Ruderman and Yury Ostromentsky). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Zurb Playground

Campbell, CA-based creators of the free icon font Foundation Icons (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿