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McGill University
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Creator of Meet Me In Montauk (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

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Born in 1975, Nina David lived in Kaarst, Germany. She changed her working name to Nina Hons. Her commercial foundry is Font-o-Rama. See for a full description of Font-o-Rama and Nina Hons. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Miloš Ćirić

Serbian book illustrator, graphic arts teacher and phototype, woodtype and linocut letter type designer, b. Despotovo, 1931, d. Belgrade, 1999. His sons Rastko and Vukan write about both aspects of his life. His CV: he graduated in 1954 from the Academy of Applied Arts, Belgrade and took his Masters Degree in 1959, under Professor Mihailo S. Petrov. He was professor at the Faculty of Applied Arts, University of Arts, Belgrade from 1964 until 1997. He was Head of the Graphic Department from 1974 to 1975. His publications include Graphic identification 1961-1981 (SKZ, Belgrade, 1982), Graphic communications 1954-1984 (Vajat, Belgrade, 1986), Heraldry 1 (University of Arts, Belgrade, 1983) and Coat-of-Arms of Belgrade, Heraldry 2 (Cicero, Belgrade, 1991). Most of Ćirić's types were for Cyrillic, while some have Latin alphabets as well. Many would be classified today as poster types, type to accompany illustrations. The list of his faces:

  • Rastko, Latin, 1955: It is a versal typeface made in only one weight. Rastko himself thinks it was devised as light, almost linear and it was a part of his character.
  • Vukan, Latin, 1960: Named after his second son, Vukan, this is a sharply cut orthogonal typeface.
  • Galerija Grafiki kolektiv, Cyrillic, 1962 (Graphic Collective Gallery): A beautiful Cyrillic display face. This was the first of his typefaces transformed in a computer font.
  • Triptihon, Cyrillic, 1962 (Triptych): Another cut face, but this time really taken from the sample made in linocut. The prototypical Cyrillic poster face.
  • Akademija, Cyrillic, 1966 (Academy): This typeface was made for the University and Academy where he worked. It was designed so that it can be used equally well on the paper, metal plates, seals, plaques and everything else Academy needed. He used similar faces on book covers and charters, in solemn situations. Rastko: Although one may think it is an ordinary serif face, it contains Cira's specific typographic handwriting. The shapes are almost geometrically reduced thus providing a decorative effect, legibility and possibility to be transferred in all materials..
  • Bolsko, Latin, 1966/67/68: Bol is a small place on the island Brač. This simple condensed headline typeface was designed for pedagogical purposes made to be used for lectures at the Faculty of Applied Arts abd in its graphic identity.
  • Devojačko, Cyrillic, Latin, 1969 (Maiden): A curly affectionate face.
  • Ćirićica, Cyrillic, 1970/72: This typeface was designed as a result of the first research on transforming Serbian handwritten Cyrillic into constructive letterforms. The raw model was the manuscript of the Fourth Gospel (John's Gospel) written at time of Despot Djurdje Barnković (1428) created then by by a Inok from Dalša. The result was a letterform of optimal proportions. The study was made on the occasion of the opening of the new building of the National Library, Republic of Serbia.
  • Vojničko, Cyrillic, 1975 (Soldiers): When designing this typeface Ćirić consulted the book Blue Line of Life (Plava linija života) by Branko V. Radičević, a book about monuments and tombstones posted along roads. It is a sentimental ornamental headline face.
  • Face VMA, Latin, 1976/77: A big project for the Military Medical Academy (abbreviated VMA) in which the letters had to be constructed on grids using rulers and compass only. The result is a Bank Gothic look.
  • Bogradsko, Cyrillic, Latin, 1982: This typeface was used for designing the covers and title of his second book of graphic communications.
  • Duklja, Cyrillic, Latin, 1984: In this case the typeface makes basis of graphic identification. As a model for designing the typeface of Montenegrin Lexicographic Institute was a text from leader seal of Petar, Prince of Duklja. Ira wrote that he enlarged and systematize the letters from the drawing which was made in time when the seal was in good condition and that he wanted to preserve the freshness of irregularities and that there were several weights in each letter while their height is only optically the same. It seems that save for that irregularity which inspired and provocative vagueness this model could not offer many clear stylistic characteristics. But what ira could read from those forms is the language of their linocuts and cut symbols. Thus his personal style naturally added to all that was missing to finish the face. In compromise between typeface with serifs and sanserifs in combination of legibility and universal applicability he saw practical solution for many tasks.
  • Iva's typeface, Cyrillic and Latin, 1986: Rastko: My brother's daughter, Iva, was the first child that joined our family of applied artists. Ćirić immediately awarded himself with the title of granddad, opened the door of his studio and showed her all those games and toys from the world of the applied and other arts. Apart from the crazy games, obligatory signum and many other things Iva got many picture books which her grandpa made from time to time. The picture books contained poems, drawings, pictures and of, course letters. On one of those picture books entitled Grandpa' Stories I have found, so far, the only place where the typeface was used. It is a type of typeface imitating relief forms.
  • Vukov bukvar, Cyrillic, 1987 (Vuk's Abecedary): One of the rare faces with lower case letters, this typeface is dignified and named after Vuk Kardžić.
  • Sava's face, Cyrillic, 1987: A gorgeous old slavonic style typeface with upper and lower case.
  • Epitaf, Cyrillic (Epitaph, my name, unknown year): An unpublished typeface found by his sons in the files. Ćirić used it to write names of births and deaths of friends and family members in a notebook. It could be seen as a prototype for tombstones.
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Samo Ačko

Ljubljana, Slovenia-based creator of CE Star (2006, a highway font for Eastern Europe), and Grill Serif Extra Bold Wide Latin Lover Case during the design workshop TipoBrda in 2008. In 2011, he designed Morgana, a daring wedge-serif medieval fortress face, while participating at the tipoRenesansa 3rd international type design workshop in Ljubljana. In 2014, he created the great headline and poster font Bad News Sans Extreme. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Espen Aaeng

Espen Aaeng has been a designer and art director in Oslo since 1973. At Behance, he showed the high-contrast ball terminal / teardrop typeface Drops (2010), which is said to be marketed by Foundr-E, but I could not find a link to that foundry.

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

Johan Aakerlund

Danish designer (b. 1990) who lives in Copenhagen. He worked for five months to complete the good-looking geometric type family Comfortaa (2008), which is free at CTAN and Google Font Directory.

In 2009, he made Trunkmill (2009) and the useful organic sans family Lastwaerk.

In 2010, he added Montepetrum (a basic condensed family).

Devian Tart link. Fontspace link. Font Squirrel link. Fontspace link. Catalog in 2010. Fontsy link. Kernest link. Klingspor link. Dafont link. Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andres Aarik

Andres Aarik is a graphic designer and a student in Media and Advertisement design in Tartu, Estonia. Designer of the fat and wide typeface Hustler (2010) and the chiseled typeface Tode Ja Oigus (2009).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christine Aaron

Christine Aaron is a New York-based designer specializing in lettering and typography. She studied graphic design at the School of Visual Arts, with a focus in editorial design, branding, and motion graphics.

She created Conjure (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Holley Aaron

Graphic designer in Pensacola, FL, who created Gill Sans Icons (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anna-Elina Aartola

Finnish designer of Electra-Normal. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anne Aarup

During her studies at the School of Visual Communication in Haderslev, Denmark, Anne Aarup created a brushy typeface with an asparagus (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mehmet Abaci

Mehmet Abaci (b. 1978) is based in Istanbul. In 2014, he established Studio Typo, where one can buy his typefaces. Limited forms of the fonts can be downloaded fpr free from the Dafont site.

Creator of the elegantly plump rounded sans typeface Vinyl Cuts (2013), Samatya (2013, a unicase piano key typeface), Boldie (2013), Laundry Day (2013, alphadings), and the wood log typeface Timbers (2013).

Typefaces from 2014: Papillons (flared caps), Typoster (a great fat geometric slab serif typeface family accompanied by an equally great shadowed outline style), Typo Comica (a family drawn to compete with Comic Sans), Tipo Press, Manyeto (calligraphic), Quatroline (prismatic typeface), Wardoom, Cabold Comic, Digiform, Akaju (oily fat typeface with lighting effects), Almira, Bonebastic, Comic White Rabbit, Sinema (a bit of retro movie art deco), Sober, Cali Brush, Tiny Plate, College Player, Smart Kid, Barbed, Wideroy, Angella (+outline: a poster family), Megi Sans.

Dafont link. Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adiljan Ab

Free Uyghur Unicode fonts on a page by the Uyghur Computer Science Association. Free downloads in truetype, all copyright of the Uyghur Computer Science Association, and made in 2004: UKIJ3D, UKIJBasma, UKIJChiwerKesme, UKIJDiwani, UKIJDiwaniKawak, UKIJDiwaniTom, UKIJDiwaniYantu, UKIJEsliye-Bold, UKIJEsliye, UKIJEsliyeChiwer, UKIJEsliyeNeqish, UKIJEsliyeQara, UKIJEsliyeTom, UKIJImaret, UKIJInchike-Bold, UKIJInchike, UKIJJelliy, UKIJJunun, UKIJKawak, UKIJKufi, UKIJKufi3D, UKIJKufiChiwer, UKIJKufiGul, UKIJKufiKawak, UKIJKufiTar, UKIJKufiUz, UKIJKufiYay-Bold, UKIJKufiYay, UKIJKufiYolluq, UKIJMejnun, UKIJMejnuntal, UKIJMerdane-Bold, UKIJMoyQelem, UKIJNasq-Bold, UKIJNasq, UKIJNasqZilwa-Bold, UKIJNasqZilwa, UKIJOrxun-Yensey, UKIJQolyazma, UKIJRuqi, UKIJSaet, UKIJSulus-Bold, UKIJSulus, UKIJSulusTom, UKIJTughra, UKIJTuz-Bold, UKIJTuz, UKIJTuzBasma-Bold, UKIJTuzBasma, UKIJTuzGezit-Bold, UKIJTuzGezit, UKIJTuzKitab-Bold, UKIJTuzKitab, UKIJTuzNeqish, UKIJTuzQara-Bold, UKIJTuzQara, UKIJTuzTom, UKIJTuzTor-Bold, UKIJTuzTor, UKIJZilwa. Severl, if not most, of these fonts were made by Adiljan Ab. Fonts2u link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jenifer Abad

During her studies at UEMG (Universidade do Estado de Minas Gerais), Jenifer Abad (Belo Horizionte, Brazil) created an untitled connect-the-dots typeface (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pablo Abad

Studio with offices in Madrid and Bilbao, first called Supperstudio and then PAAM (run by Pablo Abad and Vicente Garcia Morillo from Madrid). Pablo Abad created the free poker card typeface DealerType (2009).

Pablo Abad's other typefaces: No Future (2009, sci-fi), Knife (2008, modular), Pinza (2008, clothespin-themed), Romantique (2008, ultra-fat modular art deco face), Modul01 (2008), and Mambo (2008, super-ultra-fat art deco), Slaba (2009, fat slab serif), Voyeur (2009), Nostalgia (2013, Hype For Type).

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

Ramón Abajo

Free and commercial school fonts by Ramón Abajo, all made in 1999 or 2000: Ramon is a high school Spanish teacher in California. His fonts are floating around in cyberspace. His fonts were also for sale at Fonts 4 Teachers (or: Tiende Escolar). A list: AbcAlegria, AbcAmSignLang, AbcAmSignLangLetter, AbcBulletin, AbcClocks, AbcCursive, AbcCursiveArrow, AbcCursiveArrowDotted, AbcCursiveDotted, AbcCursiveDottedLined, AbcCursiveLined, AbcDNManus (AbcDNManusArrow, AbcDNManusArrowDotted, AbcDNManusDotted, AbcDNManusDottedLined, AbcDNManusLined, AbcDNManuscript), AbcDomino, AbcFaces, AbcHeadlines, AbcKids, AbcMath, AbcPhonicsOne, AbcPhonicsTwo, AbcPrint, AbcPrintArrow, AbcPrintArrowDotted, AbcPrintDotted, AbcPrintDottedLined, AbcPrintLined, AbcTeacher.

Klingspor link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Luis Abaladas

During his graphic design studies at ESAD Matosinhos, Porto-based Luis Abaladas created the soccer jersey typeface Chile (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anita Abarenkova

At Escola Superior de Artes e Design de Caldas da Rainha (ESAD.CR), Portugal, during an exchange program, Anita Abarenkova (Riga, Latvia) created the stencil typeface Anita PT Light (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Frank Abasse-Chevalier

French graphic designer. Creator of the typefaces Robinson (decorative caps), Mondaine, Girofle, and Pixel. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Qalib Abassov

Creator of the free font Dekas (2012, OFL). This looks like a copy of Geoffrey Lee's Impact (1965, Monotype), with multilingaul (Cyrillic, etc.) sets added in. I am not sure how kosher this all is. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nadia Abate

Nadia Abate (Turin) designed the paperclip font Clips in 2010 during a workshop led by Piero De Macchi. She graduated from ISIA in Urbino in 2010, and designed the outline typeface Naa there. Nadia created the flowing script typeface Female (2013).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Faisal Abbas

Faisal Abbas "merged" (?) an Arabic font by Jamil ur Rahman and a Latin font by Astigmatic in his free typewriter fonts Profaisal Elite Riqa and Profaisal Elire Tahreer (2012, OFL). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hasan Abbas

Designer of Temhoss (1993). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Menna Abbas

While studying in Cairo, Egypt, Menna Abbas created the thin Latin display typeface Emerlad (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Soroush Abbassi

Designer of the Persian font soroush (2006), which can be found here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

George Abbate

Type designer who published these fonts at Photo Lettering: Aqua Bold (signage font), Black Gothic Condensed, Gothic Bold, Nixon (a soft poster face), Stencil Condensed. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mauro Abbattista

Mauro's graduation thesis in Rome was about the development of the Sady typeface, wg=here Sady stands for Sabon Dyslexic. He took Tschichold's Sabon and broke the smooth Beziers up to increase the angular aspect of each glyph. In addition, attention was paid to the spacing and global word shapes (or Boumas). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael Abbink

Mike Abbink (b. 1967) earned a BFA in Fine Arts, and another one in Graphic Design and Packaging from Art Center in Pasadena. Born in 1967, he was a graphic designer at Meta Design San Francisco doing corporate and web design. In March 1999 he co-founded Method, Inc., a San Francisco-based company specializing in communication strategy, interaction and graphic design. Michael now works at Wolff Olins in New York.

Designer of the sans serif family FF Kievit (2000). This font family is also in the FontBureau collection, and is by many seen as the long-term replacement of Helvetica and Frutiger. FF Kievit won the typeface award at the ISTD TypoGraphic Awards 2001. It was also used to make the house font CDU Kievit for the CDU party in Germany. With paul Van der Laan, he codesigned FF Kievit Slab in 2013 in nine styles.

At Agfa Monotype, he and others designed the large GE Inspira family (2003-2005), about which Michael writes: I actually spent over a year working on the design of Inspira. It was Patrick's [Patrick Giasson] early concept that GE was drawn to, but at that time, it was way too funky and more display like then they wanted. I then took patricks original thoughts and spent several months refining the roman and created an italic (which Patrick did not do) which was then handed to monotype to create more weights and refine a bit. What you see in Inspira now, is quit different from Patrick's original concept. However, the more unique forms from Inspira are indeed driven by patricks original drawings and are the interesting forms of the font (v, x, z, y). I was also involved with art directing and working with the Monotype team (for over a year) in developing all the other iterations of inspira. All told, there were many people involved in the refinement of the Inspira font family. but I must say i would have to take a large credit in the design of inspira along with Patrick. I believe Patrick's designs and my designs created a nice balance that has made Inspira what it is today and of course let's not forget the hard work of monotype in really taking the font to the next level with all the weights, the condensed version, and exotics (Greek, Cyrillic, Turkish, etc.). Michael now works at Wolff Olins in New York.

From 2000 until 2006, he created MichaelAbbink-FFMilo-2000-2006.gif">FF Milo (FontFont), which was followed in 2009 by FF Milo Serif. These faces were developed for magazine and newspaper print and have therefore short ascenders and descenders. Paul van der Laan helped with the production.

In 2014, Abbink finished Brando (Bold Monday).

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

Jonathan Abbott

Julian Moncada, Jonathan Abbott and Jonathan Barnbrook jointly designed Doctrine Sans and Doctrine Stencil in 2013 at Virus. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Maxine Abbott

Maxine Abbott (Nottingham, UK) studies graphic design at Nottingham Trent University. He created the pixelish typeface Nokia Snake (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mohamad Abdallah

Kuwait-based designer of the Latin typeface MHD (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sarah Abdallah

Sharjah, UAE-based designer of a hand-drawn Latin / Arabic typeface in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Khaled Abdelaziz

Khillo is Khaled Abdelaziz, a Sétif, Algeria-based illustrator and designer, b. 1986. He created Architek (2010) and Burger (a free avant-garde typeface).

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

Ali Abdelghaffar

Mansoura, Egypt-based designer of the Arabic typeface Tagarob (2013). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chantal Abdel-Nour

Sudbury, Ontario-based creator of the silent movie font Charlie Chaplin (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maha Abdelrazek

Cairo-based graphic designer. Creator of Bird Man (2012, a simple sans) and some Arabic typefaces. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maged Abdelsalam

Kirkland, WA-based designer of the display typeface GuGu (2013).

Behance link. Open Font Library link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Abdulrohman Abdolgony

Free Khmer fonts, aka Khmer Smart Writer Fonts designed in 1995-1997 by Abdulrohman Abdolgony (Cambodian Software Development): Battambang, Kaoh Kong, Kom Pong Toum, Kom Pot, Kompong Cham, Prey Veng, Pursat, Siem Reap, Stung Treng, Svay Rieng, TaKeo, KSW Battambang, KSW Kaoh Kong, KSW KeyBoard, KSW Kom Pot, KSW Kompong Cham, KSW Preh Vihia, KSW Prey Veng, KSW Pursat, KSW Siem Reap, KSW Stung Treng, KSW Svay Rieng, KSW TaKeo. Download here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mahmoud Abdoun

Graphic designer in Algiers. He created the octagonal Latin typeface Lizerta (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aizhan Abdrakhmanova

Graphic designer in London who created Mirror (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Abdul

Lebanese designer who created Beantown (2004, an athletic lettering font), Staubach (2004, an athletic lettering typeface based on the lettering of the Dallas Cowboys), Wagner Modern (2011), Kroftsmann (2004, on octagonal face), Kavelry (2004, based on the Kemper Insurance logo), 4th and inches (2008, rounded octagonal; based on the proprietary font used by Russell Athletic, makers of sports apparel as used by Georgia Tech BKB, Washington State, Alabama State, Tennessee State, Mississippi Valley State, and many others in college football), and PopWarner (2004, a Bank Gothic lookalike), Wagner Zip Change (grotesque), Richardson Fancy Block. Creator of some free soccer team lettering alphabets in 2010: Louisville, Puff Script, Red Raiders, Richardson Fancy Block, Wagner Zip-Change (based on grotesque signage letters), ACMilan2009, ASRoma, ChampionsLeague, England2007, MLSUniform, RealMadrid2009. About his GeauxXPDF typeface (2010), he writes: I had extracted a nearly complete set on this one a few years back, except for J and Z which I created on my own. As best I can tell, it only exists as an upper case font without most punctuation, so I created that too to make it more useable. I don't know how much LSU [Louisiana State University] paid for this design, but to me it always looked like something that Larabie or Iconian would have given away. He also extracted HDRadioAlphabet from a rounded Arial typeface he found on HD radio. His UScoreRGK (2012) is a blocky angular font used on-screen by Fox Sports. LCD Display (2012) is a 28-segment LED font. UA Terrafont (2012) was based upon the vector art in this PDF file.

In 2013, he published the athletic lettering family High School USA and the octagonal typeface UA Cadet.

See also here. Dafont link. Fontspace link. Another URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Izrin Abdul

Birmingham, UK-based graphic designer who created the art-nouveau-meets-the-future typeface Cosmic. (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aaram Abdulla

Creator of the children's hand font Aram Abdulla (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Basim Abdulla

Based in Male on The Maldives, digital artist Basim Abdulla created the hand-drawn typeface Black Widow in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rayan Abdullah

Type designer (b. 1957, Mosul, Iraq) who participated in the Linotype International Type design Contest in 2000 and lives in Germany, where he set up Markenbau in 2000. Author (with Roger Hübner) of Pictograms and Icons (2005, Herman Schmitz, Mainz) and Arabische Schriftkunst (1993, Hochschule der Künste Berlin). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Shakirah Abdullah

Nusajaya, Johor, Malaysia-based designer (b. 1995) of the hairline hand-printed typeface Sweet Life (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mohammad Esmat Abdullhalem

Egyptian designer in 1992-1994 of these Arabic fonts: ACS-Akeek-Bold, ACS-Akeek-Extra-Bold, ACS-Akeek, ACS-Almass-Bold, ACS-Almass-Extra-Bold, ACS-Almass, ACS-Bassmalah, ACS-Fayrouz-Bold, ACS-Fayrouz-Extra-Bold, ACS-Fayrouz, ACS-Hieroglyphic, ACS-Islamy, ACS-Koraan, ACS-Morgan-Bold, ACS-Morgan-Extra-Bold, ACS-Morgan, ACS-Symbols, ACS-Topazz-Bold, ACS-Topazz-Extra-Bold, ACS-Topazz, ACS-Yaqout-Bold, ACS-Yaqout-Extra-Bold, ACS-Yaqout, ACS-Zomorrod-Bold, ACS-Zomorrod-Extra-Bold, ACS-Zomorrod. They can be downloaded here, here and here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Julia Abdullina

Moscow-based designer of several experimental typefaces in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brian J. Abe

North-Carolina-based designer (b. 1989) of the dot matrix font Sam's Town (2006) and the graffiti typeface February (2007). Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Negin Abedi

Graduate of the Communication Design program at Emily Carr University of Art & Design in Vancouver, 2012. Creator of the high-contrast artsy headline typeface called Yaletown (2012).

Cargo collective link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adhi Abel

Indonesian designer of the sans typeface Belanusa (2014). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bernie Abel

Designer of Abel Cursive (Compugraphic, 1974). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joanne Abellar

Creator (b. 1991, The Philippines) of the outlined hand-drawn typeface Chickfactor (2013), as well as Ham And Eggs (2013), Bookends (2013), Bookends with Accents (2014), Font5 (2013) and Whiplash Girl Child (2013).

Typefaces from 2014: Hypersober (textured shadow face), Hypersober Clean.

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

Nava Abel

Israeli type designer at MasterFonts. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Kelly Abeln

Graphic designer in Minneapolis, MN. Creator of the handcrafting all-caps face Knots&Loops (2011). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elizabeth Abernethy

Graphic designer who created the art deco headline typeface Strain Theory (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rachel Abidov

Israeli type designer at MasterFonts who made the hand-printed Hebrew typeface Racheli MF (2009).

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

Huda Smitshuijzen AbiFarès

Huda Smitshuijzen AbiFarès, was born in Beirut in 1965. Author of Arabic Typography A Comprehensive Sourcebook (Saqi Books, London, 2001), Experimental Arabic Type (Saatchi&Saatchi, Dubai, 2002), Typographic Matchmaking (BIS Publishers, Amsterdam 2007), Arabic Type Specimen Book (2008) and a number of articles on multilingual communication in the Middle East such as Arabic Type: a challenge for the 2nd millennium (1998). She holds degrees in graphic design from Yale University School of Art and Rhode Island School of Design, and specializes in bilingual typographic research and design. She has worked as a designer for a number of years, in the USA, Amsterdam, France and Beirut. She has taught typography and graphic design at the American University of Beirut. She was the Chair of the Visual Communication Department for three years at the American University in Dubai and founded the Khatt Foundation, Center for Arabic Typography in Amsterdam. She curates exhibitions, organizes collaborative design research projects between Europe and the Middle East, and is editor of the Khatt Foundation online network of Arab/Middle Eastern designers (www.khtt.net). She is currently pursuing a PhD at Leiden University while working between Europe and the Middle East as a typography and design consultant on projects of cultural relevance. She has art directed and collaborated on the design of several contemporary Arabic fonts for magazines like Aleph (London) and companies in the Gulf. Typefaces include Alef Caps (2008), done with Pascal Zoghbi. KHTT link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Thomas Abold

At H. Berthold AG, Thomas Abold published the phototype typeface Abold (1972). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Renz Jezrel Abong

During his studies in Montalban, The Philippines, Renz Abong created the free sans typeface Tale (2013, FontStruct), the free condensed typeface Versa (2013, FontStruct), and the free monoline geometric font Tribe (2013).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ashique Aboobacker

Aka Minz Creations. Indian designer of the free Malayalam typefaces Ashique ML Minnu Semi Bold (2013) and Ashique ML Ashu Condensed Bold (2013). In 2014, he created Ashique ML Minnu Bold.

Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Thibaut Abou Mrad

Based in Rennes, France, Thibaut Abou Mrad created the logotype typeface Dantek (2014) for Zit Dantes, a web service company. His layered rounded stencil typeface family Normograph (2014) is created for wayfinding applications. Trix (2014) is a triangulated typeface. Miron (2014), designed for the Miron Rivoli gallery, is a hybrid of Filosophia Grand and Gravur Condensed. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carine Abraham

Designer at Union Type of Timura (deconstructivist face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Israel Abraham

Venezuelan creator of the experimental / alchemic typeface Carnada (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bradley Abrahams

Cape Town, South Africa-based designer (b. 1979) of the art deco stencil typeface Daddy Dont Disco (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Federico Abrahams

Aka Bicho. Designer in San Jose, Costa Rica, b. 1974. He created the decorative typeface Malajeno (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vytautas Abraitis

Alphabet-based dingbats designed by him in 1993 include KABlokHead, KABlokHeadJam, KACobra, KACobraCreep, KADinoSlay, KADinoSob, KAHorrible, KAHorribleSquish, KAMarble, KAMarbleClear, KAMonster, KAMonsterSmirk, KAPasta, KAPastaAldente, KAPizza, KAPizzaMunch, KASnake, KASnakeNite, KAStorm, KAStormRain. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alyssa Abram

Vancouver-based designer of the pixel font Bitmap (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Heric Longe Abramo

Italian designer (b. Bologna, 1976) of some deconstructivist fonts such as Kill Your Neighborhood (2000, knife dingbats and scanbats of faces), and the broken stencil font Metal Meltdown (2001). In 2000, he co-founded the magazine Pressure, dedicated to graffiti art. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vit Abramov

Founder and creative director at Flëve in New York City.

Mobispot Regular (2013) is a beautiful contemporary geometric grotesque for Latin and Cyrillic, designed by Olga Balina and Vit Abramov at Flëve for Mobispot Social Systems, a company that creates cool applications for life and business based on NFC technology.

Behance link. Behance link for Flëve. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rob Abram

Graphic designer from Kansas who made several experimental fonts in 2011. [Google] [More]  ⦿

George Abrams

George Abrams (b. 1919 or 1920, Brooklyn, d. 2001, Manhasset, NY) is the designer of the gorgeous font families Augereau, Abrams Caslon and Venetian, at Expert Alphabets in Great Neck, NY. Abrams taught lettering and typeface design at the Parsons School of Design, the New School for Social Research and at the Columbia University Teachers College. He had over 50 years of Madison Avenue experience designing ads, logos, typography and lettering for Fortune 500 companies and more. His early typefaces were photo types published by Headliners in New York City. He died on June 7, 2001 at age 81.

About Augereau: This is the only digitized typeface by George Abrams [in fact, the digitization is due to Charles Nix, for George Abrams]. Its 28 weights include over 2,000 sorts including expert, OsF,&alts. Augereau is named for Antoine Augereau, who was a typographer who had a few claims to fame - one was that he was Claude Garamonds teacher, and two was that he was sentenced to death for heresy in 1544. Heresy for a typographer in 1544 meant that he printed something that the king or the Pope didn't like and died for it.

I would like to thank Poul Steen Larsen for clarifying the history of Abrams' Venetian: The Abrams Venetian was donated to Mr. Poul Kristensen of Herning (in Jutland), then Printer to the Royal Court (which he has ceased to be in 1995). You are right about the font being today locked to Poul Kristensen' old Linotron, from which not even Linotype experts brought in to unlock it, could get it out for conversion into an up-to-date digital font. So the font will disappear from the type arena when Kristensens Linotron one day breaks down. You can trust me, for I was the one who established the contact between George and Mr. Kristensen back in 1986. The font was first used in 1989 in a book by Martin Lowry, British renaissance historian, with the title Venetian Printing. George Abrams' chalk drawings of the entire alphabet in regular and italic were scanned, more precisely vectorised on-screen and downloaded in Denmark by the Kristensens and therefore, in one sense, could be called the first Danish complete font. A sample of the first use of Abrams' Venetian. A second sample from "Venetian Printing". Abrams Venetian was digitized at some point by Jorgen Kristensen for Poul Kristensen Grafisk Virksomhed Printer.

Apostrophe wrote this about Abrams Caslon: This was actually reviewed by Caflish and, if I remember correctly, Mark vonBronkhorst, so there are at least 3 or 4 copies of it out there, other than the Abrams' estate original data. Sumner Stone once said that this is the best Caslon he has ever seen. At least he has seen it; I haven't.

The typefaces by Abrams (Abrams Venetian and Augereau) are preserved in the New York City-based Abrams Legacy Collection (see also here).

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Josh Abrams

Student in the Masters in Typography program at EINA in Barcelona. He is working on Filler Sans (2011) and Holden (2011, serif face). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mani Sarao Abrawan

Auckland, New Zealand-based designer of a multilined typeface in 2014, possibly called Ponsonby. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jack Abrehart

Aka Jackcatter. Creator of simplistic hand-printed faces such as Pointy Fontawlious, Plain Sexy and Best Font Ever (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Demetrius Abreu

Fortaleza, Brazil-based creator of an electronic circuit-inspired blackletter typeface called Cyber Gothic (2014). This typeface was developed during his studies. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gilenny Abreu

Boston, MA-based designer of the school project font Azua Sans (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hanry Abreu

During his graphic design studies in Rio de Janeiro, Hanry Abreu designed the ethnic typeface Guarany Serif (2014), and the informal custom typeface Lorenzo Sans (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joao Abreu

Joao Abreu (Quarteira, Portugal, b. 1985) designed the free font Horny Village (2013).

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

Miguel Abreu

Based in Matosinhos, Portugal, Miguel Abreu created the rounded bold printed typeface Untitled (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rubinei Abreu

Sao Paulo-based designer of the liquid display typeface Abreus RD (2004). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rui Abreu

R-Type was founded by Rui Abreu in 2008. Rui graduated from FBAUP (Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade do Porto) in 2003. He has been working as an interactive media designer in different design agencies, and he has been designing typefaces. Based in Porto, he created Tirana (2006, sans family at T26), Catacumba (2007, a gorgeous bold didone titling face, T26; in 2009 at Fountain/PsyOps), Cifra (2006, a lovely ten weight sans family, T26), Nomada (2007, a monoline slab serif), Salto Alto (2006, avant garde sans family, with octagonal influences), Foral (2008, monoline slab serif; published by Fountain in 2010), and Forma (2006, stencil family, T26).

In 2008, he published Orbe (Fountain), an exotic all-caps blackletter inspired by Portuguese calligraphy [it deservedly won an award at TDC2 2009], Gesta (2008, sans family), Gesta Condensed (2012), Gesta Semi Condensed (2012), Gira Sans (2012, a grotesque family), Foral Pro (2011, an elliptical slab serif), Catacumba (2011, a high-contrast ball terminal wedge serif family), Aria Pro (2011, a delicate high-contrast serif family), Forma Solid (T26).

In 2013, Rui published Aria Text (a rational toned down version of Aria that comes in three sets of optical sizes, G1, G2, and G3), the geometric sans family Azo Sans and Azo Sans Uber, a geometric sans with a humanistic element. Grafolita Script (2013) is a connected typeface family that borrows ideas from signage scripts.

Typefaces from 2014: Signo (a dynamic sans serif with reverse contrast, designed for editorial and branding).

MyFonts interview in August 2013. MyFonts page. T-26 page. Old home page. Klingspor link. Fountain Type link.

View Rui Abreu's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Clément Abrial

Graphic design student in Lyon. Creator of Antarctica (2012), and Miles Davis (2012, an inline art deco typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jean-Charles Abrial

Parisian designer of the Bauhaus-inspired Ortaki (2012, with Cyril Barrier). In 2014, he designed the display typeface Norris and the calligraphic typeface Yonne.

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Absinth

Absinth Creations used to be located in Summersville, WV. Designer of the beautiful dingbat fonts Fantasy1, AbsinthFlourishesI, AbsinthFlourishesII, RaineyDay, all made in 1998. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anna Absolut

Designer who used FontStruct in 2009 to make HBK Friday, an LED simulation face. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hasan Abu Afash

Arabic typography web site and font foundry established in 2007 by Hasan Abu Afash, an Arab designer living in Gaza/Palestine. Typefaces: HS Almaha (2014: this font combines the features of linear Naskh and modern Kufi), HS Almidad (2014), HS Ishraq (2013), HS Alkitab (2013), HS Albadr (2013), HS Almohandis (2007-2011, Arabic display face), HS Alhandasi (2007 and 2011), Hasan AlQuds family (2004, a display typeface done with Mamoun Sakkal), Hasan Hiba, Hasan Enas (Arabic text typeface), Hasan Elham (2006, a modern Kufi art deco face), Hasan Ghada (2007-2008, based on modern Kufi calligraphy--first known in 2002 as KactTitle), Hasan Manal (2008, Kufi style), Hasan Aya (2007, Kufi style famaily based on Corel's 1992 typeface Bedrock), Kouffi Fatemic, Safwat, HS Amal. In 2008, Hasan Hiba and Hasan Noor (a classic squarish Kufi face) were upgraded to the DecoType font format for use in WinSoft Tasmeem which is now bundled with InDesign CS4---thanks to a cooperation with Mirjam Somers. Still with Somers, he upgraded the Basim Marah display typeface (2008) for Tasmeem. Basim Marah was drawn by Basim Salem Al Mahdi from Iraq and then digitized by Hasan himself. The same year, Hasan developed an OpenType project for Alinma TheSans fonts which are based on TheMix Arabic (designed by Luc(as) de Groot and Mouneer ElShaarani for Al Inma Bank, Saudi Arabia). Later he developed the OpenType features for Jumeirah Arabic which was designed by Pascal Zoghbi (29letters) and Huda AbiFares (Khatt) for Jumeirah International, UAE. He developed the OpenType layout features needed for the Arabic script system in the Seria Arabic fonts family which was designed by Pascal Zoghbi for FontShop International, as well as the Chams fonts family which was designed by Al Mohtaraf Assaudi for the redesign of the Shams Newspaper in Saudi Arabia and the Arajhi fonts for Alrajhi Bank. Since 2002 Hasan has worked and collaborated with Mamoun Sakkal in several projects, such as the Burj Dubai Shilia project, Sakkal Baseet and the Microsoft project which included the updating of the OpenType instructions for fonts such as Tahoma, Microsoft Sans Serif, Arial, Times New Roman, Segoe, Courier, Time New Roman, Ms Uighur and Majalla UI. In 2009-2010, he cooperated with Parachute to make DIN Text Arabic.

Releases in 2012 include HS Future Sans (with Abdulsamie Rajab Salem), HS Amal, HS Alfaris, HS Al Basim A, and HS Almohandis.

Typefaces from 2013: HS Alwafa, HS Masrawy (a display typeface done with Abdulsamiea Rajab Salem), HS Elham (Kufi).

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

Martín Abud

Montevideo-based designer of the organic typeface Escrin. See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jorgito Abuin

Jorgito Abuin (b. 1967, Spain) designed the brush font Cabanyal Z (2013).

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Saad Dean Abulhab

Arabetics is run by the Iraqi-American New York-based type designer, librarian, and systems engineer Saad Dean Abulhab (b. 1958, sacramento, CA), who in 2000 patented the Mutamathil (unified and symmetric) type style for Arabic. He grew up in Karbala and Baghdad, Iraq, but was born in Sacramento, CA. He attended the University of Baghdad, and holds a Bachelors degree in electrical engineering from Polytechnic University and a masters degree in library and information science from Pratt Institute, both in New York. He resides in the USA since 1979. In 2004, he set up Arabetics.

His type design work covers Arabic, Urdu, Persian, Kurdish, and Pashtu.

His typefaces include Zena (2009), Layal (2007), Mehdi (2005: follows the guidelines of the Mutamathil Taqlidi type style), Sabine (2008: it too follows the guidelines of the Mutamathil Taqlidi type style), Fallujah (2005), Mutamathil Falujah, Yasmine Mutamathil, Mutamathil Taqlidi, Arabic Mutamathil, Arabic Mutamathil Mutlaq (2004), Arabic Mutamathil Tibaah, Arabic Mutamathil Mutlaq Tibaah, Arabic Mutamathil Muttasil and Arabic Mutamathil Tibbaah Muttasil. Mutamathil and Mutamathil Taqlidi include optional Lam-Alif ligatures. See also Kufa Mutamathil (2011). Other font families: Nasrallah, Silsilah, Yasmani, Mutamathil, Yasmine Mutamathil, Amudi, Amudi Mutamathil, Anbar (2008), Handasi, Yasmine Mutlaq, Jazm (2010), Jalil (2011).

In 2012, he added Nuqat, Nastarkib, Lahab, Ibrani, Hallock, Arabetics Latte (for Latin and Arabic), and Banan (Mutamathil Taqlidi type style).

In 2005, he created Handasi, about which he writes: The idea behind Handasi, Arabic word for engineered, was to design a font without a single curve that would at the same time resembles traditional curves-rich Nask style. The font strictly uses straight lines. The design of Handasi is based on the Mutamathil Taqlidi design style where each letter is represented by one normal glyph assigned the basic Unicode number and an additional final shape glyph to letters capable of dual connection within traditional Arabic text. No initial, medial, or standalone shapes are provided.

Arabetics Symphony (2012) is a sans serif Latin typeface with a comprehensive support for the Arabetic scripts, including Quranic texts.

In 2013, he published PF Nuyork Arabic at Parachute. His Arabetic fonts from 2013 include Nagham, Arabetics Harfi (for Latin and Arabic), Camille, Raqmi and Raqmi Monoshape.

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

Fadwa Abulughod

Communication design student in Milwaukee, WI, who made Embodiment (2011), a typeface for genies. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hani Abusamra

London-based graphic designer and illustrator, who studied graphic design at London's Architecture and Visual Arts school. Behance link. Her typefaces include Valence (2011, blackletter/tattoo face). Also, starting in 2011, she decided to drawn one letter per day. Shapes (2011) is a geometric face. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nora Abushadi

Cairo-based designer of an Arabic Tetris-inspired typeface (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nayera Abusteit

Based in Cairo, Nayera Ezzal Din Abesteit created an Arabic typeface using compass and ruler in 2013. In 2014, she published a condensed Latin/Arabic typeface called Tall. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Federico Abuyé

Argentinian designer in Buenos Aires of the pixel typeface Andina (2012). Home page [Google] [More]  ⦿

Petar Acanski

Novi Sad, Serbia-based designer (b. 1985) of the fat hand-drawn typeface Oneer (2014). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Halit Açıkgöz

Turkish designer of the bouncy squarish font Halit (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

A. Accent

Designer at Mecanorma of AccessMN. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Beatriz Accioly

Brazilian graphic design student. Creator of Lovato Serif (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brian Acevedo

Cranbrook Academy of Art student who designed Thermal (2001). [Google] [More]  ⦿

David Acevedo

Barcelona-based designer of the Escher-style outline typeface Barcelona (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lilibeth Acevedo

Merida, Venezuela-based designer of Joro Pop (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anina Achermann

During her graphic design studies at Fachklasse Grafik in Luzern, Switzerland, Anina Achermann created a bold sans typeface (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Clare Acheson

Creator of the hand-rendered typeface Rubbish (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Clare Acheson

Designer of the 3d shadow typeface Rubbish (2009, HypeForType). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Connie Achilles

The Iching truetype font by Connie Achilles and Font Source, Inc. (1997). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vilja Achté

Finnish graphic designer and illustrator, who is finishing a BA in Graphic and Media Design, at London College of Communication in 2013. Creator of a collaborative typeface (with Sam Brogan) in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ian Acid

Rego Park, NY-based creator of the free techno typeface Acid Structure (2011). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Memet Emre Acikgoz

Istanbul, Turkey-based creator of the circle-inspired typeface Retrospective (2014). Behance link. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nenad Acimovic

Designer of the first Serbina Cyrillic blackletter font, Gotica (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anderson Acioli

Recife, Brazil-based designer of the display typeface Monsters (2014) and the pixel typeface Games (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christian Acker

Christian Acker (b. 1979, Norwalk, CT) and Kyle Talbott, two graphic designers in New York City, set up Handselecta on Long Island in 2003 as a division of Adnauseum, Inc. They have pages on graffiti art, graffiti and calligraphy, and graffiti-based typefaces: Espo, Joker (done with Jerry Inscoe), Sabe, Mesk, Mesk AOK. Run by Brooklyn-based Christian Acker. They are selling the graffiti fonts. MyFonts link. MyFonts sells HSMene One NYThrowie (2006), 24 HRS, Joker Straight Letter, Mene One Mexicali, Mesh One AOK, Meskyle Laid Back, Sabe Ghetto Gothic, and Sailor Gothic.

Behance link. Interview by Ping Mag in 2006.

In 2008, he made a custom graffiti font called Lebron6 for tge launch of Lebron James's Sixth Shoe.

View Christian Acker's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Christian Acker

Adnauseum is an experimental design studio in Brooklyn, NY, run by Christian Acker, an American type designer (b. 1979, Norwalk, CT) who graduated from the Parsons School of Design in New York City in 2002. Christian occasionally guest lectures typography classes at Parsons. He set up Adnauseam in 2002 and Handselecta in 2003.

He designed Sailor Gothic (2003), the Spanish-looking font Sailor Jerry (2002), Joker Straight Letter (2006), Mene One NY Throwie (2006), Mesh One AOK (2006), Meskyle Laid Back (2006), Sabe Ghetto Gothic (2006), and 24Hrs (2002, Cubanica).

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Paul Ackerley

Fonts made by Paul Ackerley include Ackadia (1999, 3D simulation font). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Richard Acker

Designer at Cubanica Fonts of 24hrs. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Karen Ackoff

Designer of the delicate font Russell at Alphabets Inc., and of Russell Oblique (1994, Adobe). Karen Ackoff has a BFA in Illustration from the Philadelphia College of Art and an MFA in Medical Illustration from the Rochester Institute of Technology. She has worked as Scientific Illustrator at the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. She presently teaches and coordinates the Graphic Design program at Indiana University South Bend. She is available for freelance commercial artwork and fine arts commissions.

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Mezz Acmal

Mezz Acmal is the Brunei-based creator of the futuristic font Akmal [no downloads]. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adolfo Gregorio Acosta

Graduate from FADU, University of Buenos Aires, who created the typeface Xixo Xixo (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alejandra Acosta Chavez

Based in Mexico City, Alejandra Acosta Chavez created Gormley Bold (2013), which is a squiggly typeface created from Helvetica in the style of the English painter Anthony Gormley. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Edna Isabel Acosta

Lagartija desino is the Puerto Rican foundry of Edna Acosta that produced Aliance (1998), Chupacabra (1998), the Diplomatica family (1998, with ornaments), Acosta Regular, Acosta Italic, Acosta Bold, Acosta Bold Italic, Acosta Black, Acosta Black Italic, Spirograf (1998, dingbats). All fonts by Edna Acosta. Edna graduated from the Parsons School of Design in New York in 1990 with a BFA.

Klingspor link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jose Luis Acosta

Mexican designer of the delicate text typeface Enrico (2003). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Manuel Acosta

Guarenas, Venezuela-based designer of the multiline typeface Typossibilia (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Patricia Acosta

Graphic designer in Mesquita, Brazil. A painting by Herbert Bayer inspired Patricia Acosta to create the art nouveau typeface Bayou (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vinicius Acquesta

Bazilian graphic designer (b. 1988) and art director who lives in Sao Paulo. Creator of the ultra black typeface SubSquare (2009). Aka "subdoom".

Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Steven Acres

Graphic designer in Brooklyn, NY. He made the custom logortype Chimaera (2010) for a mediaeval-style cafe. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Attila Acs

Hungarian designer (b. 1982) of the grungy typewriter typeface AA Typewriter (2010), and the handwritten Budapest Markets (2010). Home page. He lives in Burley Heights and/or Gold Coast, Australia.

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

Thomas Acton

During his studies at University of South Wales (CCI/ATRiuM, Cardiff), Thomas Acton created the experimental typeface The Captain Is A Storyteller (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ximena Acuña

Creator of the free fonts Fontanera (2013) and XII (2013, a clean hand-printed caps typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yuji Adachi

Free original fonts by Yuji Adachi: Nice Age, Arcade (pixel font family that includes a horizontally-striped style, 1998), Bop Gun, No Problem, Dymos, One Nation, Atari 80, Bad Matrix and Lavalite, Dimension (kids' orthographic font, 1999), UHF (baseball shirt lettering, 1999), LogoSystem (1998), Bangalore (Stephen Coles says that this is still the world's best small pixel script), Radio Dept, Ole Segments, Code3X (barcode font, 1999), Neo Dymos, Major Kong (handprinting, 1999), Ohio Player.

Font Pavilion sells his Dymos (katakana), One Nation, Bop Gun, Logo System.

In Digitalogue's DPI72 package, he published the screen pixel fonts CODE14X (1999), DryBones7 (1999), Tempo9 (1999). Promised fonts: Wax, Problems, Bad Matrix, Atari80, Neo Dymos, No Problem, Ole Segments.

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

Adadglgwut

Creator of Circuit Mage (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jimmy Adair

The Scholars Press Fonts are public domain fonts that are designed to work on both Windows computers and Macs. Fonts for Hebrew, Greek, Syriac, Coptic, and Semitic-language transliteration. (Mac and Windows): SPEzra (fixed width Hebrew/Aramaic, 1998) and SPTiberian (Hebrew/Aramaic), SPIonic (Greek, see also here), SPEdessa (Syriac), SPDoric (1999, uncial Greek), SPAchmim (Coptic), SPDamascus (Hebrew, 1998), SPCaesarea (dingbats, 1998), and SPAtlantis (transliteration). All fonts by Jimmy Adair. He states: "Patrick Durusau, formerly my colleague in crime at Scholars Press and now with the Society of Biblical Literature, was instrumental in the design and disseminatation of the SP fonts." FTP access. Truetype archive. See also here. fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Matthew Adair

American designer (b. 1984) of Nefraka Print (2006, runes for an artificial language). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adais

Creator of the free typeface Adais (2010, OFL). Download dysfunctional. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Abdi Adam

Creator of the free ink run typeface Symbiote (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adam

London-based designer of Bootround (2006, a techno version of Amelia). [Google] [More]  ⦿

A.K.M. Adam

Creator of the cross-themed dingbat typeface called Little Gidding. Alternate URL. Alternate URL. Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Amelia Adam

American designer, b. 1984. Home page. Her free fonts include Selfish Bitch (2010, hairline, hand-printed), and the ornamental art deco caps typeface Sundays Are Boring (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

C. Adam

Designer at Genzsch&Heyse, who made Rex (1924). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carl Adam

Carl Adam taught design at the Staatlichen Fachschule für das Buchgewerbe in Hamburg. He designed the openface font Rex (1924, Genzsch & Heyse). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Blaise Adamczyk

Blaise Adamczyk (aka de Seingalt) is the Polish designer (b. 1986) of Rounded (2006), an all caps stencil face. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gabriela Adame

During her studies in Tijuana, Mexico, Gabriela Adame created the geometric display typeface Geogar (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hubert Adamek

Polish designer of the hand-printed typeface Szarpany (2004). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ish Adames

Ish Adames, a graphic designer and photographer in Philadelphia, PA, designed the titling sans typeface Duma in 2013.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ismael Adames

Philadelphia-based designer of the free geometric sans typeface Duma (2014) and the free Duma Bold (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gabriel Adam

Slovakian graphic artist who created a blackletter typeface in 2011 at Masaryk University that is based on lettering in the Krems Bible (1333/1334, Austria). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michal Adamiec

Michal Adamiec (b. 1987) is studying at the Pedagogical University in Krakow, Poland. He made Murena (2012, a bouncy sans family), Cello Sans typeface (2010, organic), and the techno-inspired Penumbrum (2010).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jiri Adamik-Novak

Stockholm-based graphic and type designer who cofounded Theygraphics with Stockholm-based Fredrik Forsberg and Prague-based Zdenek Patak. He obtained an MA in Graphic Design at the Konstfack College of Arts and Design, Stockholm, Sweden. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Julien Adam

Belgian designer (b. 1978) of Lazy Sunday (2007, octagonal, mechanical) and SNC Bishop (2007, grunge). Dafont link. Goes under the alias Magic Chicon. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel Adamko

Hungarian designer of HUN-DIN 1451 (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Patrick Adamove

Patrick Adamove (Charter Design) is the Hamburg-based designer of Horoscopia (2000, dingbats) and CharterD-Normal (1999, grungy) at Garagefonts.

At Charterdesign, he created Dementia 13 and Planquadrata.

Klingspor link. FontShop link. Garagefonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yana Adamovic

Illustrator, cartoonist and comic book author, who, during her studies in Belgrade, designed the calligraphic old church Slavonic / Latin typeface Sokolar (2013). This delicate and readable typeface was her Master's graduation project. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christopher Adams

Designer at the Open Font Library, who contributed Just Letters (2012, blackletter) to the project. This was based on Albrecht Duerer's Of the Just Shaping of Letters (1525). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gregor Adams

German designer (b. 1981) of the techno font PBIO (2014). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Heidi Adams

A graduate of NC State's College of Design, Heidi created a slabby monoline typeface there in 2009. Born in Columbus, OH, she lives in Raleigh, NC. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Matthew Adams

Fonts by Matt Adams, all made in 2001: Atari, AtariTheTempleofDoom, DaddysTools, Drafting (2001), HelBit, IUD, Naked, Paprika, PopularMechanics, StillPantless. Some of these fonts are derived from screen fonts, and have jagged looks. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael D. Adams

Memphis, TN-based Michael Adams (Roadgeek Fonts) developed a series of (free) heavy sans US highway sign fonts in 2002: Roadgeek2000SeriesB, Roadgeek2000SeriesC, Roadgeek2000SeriesD, Roadgeek2000SeriesE, Roadgeek2000SeriesEModified, Roadgeek2000SeriesF, RoadgeekTransportHeavy, RoadgeekTransportMedium. In 2005, he extended his font collection to include UK, German and US highway signs:

  • Roadgeek 2005 Series B/C/D/E/E(M)/F fonts are intended to closely approximate Highway Gothic fonts
  • Roadgeek 2005 Series 1B/2B/3B/4B/5B/6B are intended to closely approximate the new fonts, and are inteded for dark-on-light background signs.
  • Roadgeek 2005 Series 1W/2W/3W/4W/5W/5WR/6W are close kin to the -B fonts, but are intended for light-on-dark background signs.
  • Roadgeek 2005 Transport Heavy and Transport Medium should approximate the fonts used on British highway signs.
  • Roadgeek 2005 Engschrift and Mittelschirft should approximate the fonts used on German highway signs.
  • Roadgeek 2005 Arrows 1&2, Icons, and SignBacks are intended to help you in approximating U.S. highway signs, and are based on sign specifications from the Nebraska online MUTCD/SHS manuals.
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Dave Adamson

One Way Out (or: Church Art Fonts) sells about 100 display fonts. Eleven collections of seven fonts at about 95 USD per collection. By Dave Adamson. Some font names: Beat Street, Blitzkrieg, Day Three, El Nino, Erratic, Espresso, Frazzle, JiveTalk, Knucklehead, Lost Tribe, Lunatic, Protoplazm, Ragamuffin, Slackhappy, Squidly, Thud, Twitch, Toxic, Toxic Waste, Astro Boy, HunkyDory, Hybrid, Jolly Roger, Shameless, Surf City, Swanky, Armageddon Medium, Mystery 2, Raw, Neo-Human Outline, Cattitudes (cats), Epidemic, Dimentia, Dimentia Wide, Damage Light, Thus Thin, chronicle, Hoopla, Wisecrack, Dimentia Thin, Yoo-Hoo, Why Kee Kee, AlterEgo, Damage, Havva Nice Day, reactor, Slade, Aspire, Scooter, Squidly Bold, Shogun (oriental simulation), NeroHuman, Euphoria (handwriting), Army Surplus (stencil), Armageddon Bold, Chop Top. Most fonts distributed by T-26 and copyright of "One Way Out". Please will someone explain to me who designed what for whom? Earlier, Adamson designed for FontHaus, see, e.g., Bristol Adornado Regular (1994). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rachel Adams

Rachel Adams (Savannah College Of Art & Design, Savannah, GA) created the stick typeface Touch (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rachel Lauren Adams

Rachel Adams (R Lauren Designs, Pennsylvania) Savannah, GA) created the sketched typeface Lemonade (2013), the hand-printed typeface Kyoritsu Dengyo (2013), the art deco typeface Sunspots (2013), and the shadow typeface Without A Trace (2013). Vegan Pizza (2013) is a hand-drawn typeface.

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

S. Adams

FontStructor who made the textured typeface Amoeba (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Scott Adams

Scott Adams, of Dilbert fame, created a font for his lettering, which is not generally distributed. However, the free font Filbert (2004) does a good job imitating the lettering in Dilbert. And so does Dilbert Font (2010, freefontfan). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Shannah Adams

Student at ZIVA, a typography and graphic design school in Harare, Zimbabwe, led by Saki Mafundikwa. In 2001, she designed a font with letters made up of lizards. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Toby Adams

Poole, UK-based designer of Urbane (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vernon Adams

Vernon Adams (born England, 1967) is a furniture restorer, woodcarver and typeface designer. New Typography is his type design site. Vernon graduated in 2007 with an MA in type design from the University of Reading and lives in California. Fontspace link. Dafont link. Google Plus link. Fontsquirrel link. Klingspor link.

He developed Mako (2007), a type family for text and image in magazines. Earlier, he created AutoPacHousehold. Nobile (2010) is part of the Google font directory. Through the Open Font Library, one can get the source Fontforge code for this open source sans family. About Mako, he writes that he submitted the font to Fontsmith, which sat on it for a while and rejected it, only to publish a few weeks later Lurpak, which according to Vernon is too similar to his rejected design. Free fonts at Google Code by Vernon, as of the end of 2010 include Coda (a heavy elliptical face), Nobile (mentioned above), Corben (a curvy bold typeface in the style of Cooper Black), and Gruppo (a thin sans).

In 2011, he added Coustard (a slab serif family), Damion (connected signage script), Smythe (Victorian), Radley (display face), Oswald (a reworking of the Alternate Gothic style: see this dedicated typeface), Candal (sans), Pacifico (connected signage face), Bangers (comic book face), Anton (heavy sans), Bevan (a reworking of Beton, a traditional slab serif display typeface created by Heinrich Jost in the 1930s), Six Caps (a condensed headline face), Meddon (a display font created from the handwritten script of an Eighteenth century legal document), Rokkitt (an Egyptian), Paytone One (headline face), Holtwood One SC (wood block simulation face), Monofett (white on black), Carter One (casual face), Francois One (gothic sans), Sigmar One (think mid twentieth century pulp magazine advertising), Bigshot One, Metrophobic, Mako, Francois One, Nunito (rounded), Shanti, Sigmar, Muli (minimalist sans), Kameron (an Egyptian), Stardos Stencil, Bowlby One, Bowlby One SC (fat poster face), Tienne (serif), Monoton (a multiline face in the style of Koch's Prisma, 1931), Sancreek (emulating an ornamental wood font), Amatic SC (hand-printed poster family), Sancreek (a Tuscan face), Oswald (in the old Alternate Gothic tradition of sans faces), Rammetto (based on the Stephenson Blake uppercase display font Basuto, released in 1926), and Michroma (modeled after Microgramma).

Typefaces made in 2012 include Bench Nine (Google Web Fonts: based on old Stephenson Blake typefaces), Oxygen (a sans typeface available from Google Web Fonts), Oxygen Mono (Google Web Fonts), Norican (free script font at Google Web Fonts based in part on Stephenson Blake's Glenmoy from the 1920s), Cutive (free at Google Web Fonts, based on the IBM typewriter faces Executive and Smith-Premier), Pontano Sans (Google Web Fonts: a light basic sans), Trocchi (Google Web Fonts: derived from Nebiolo's Egiziano, and Caslon & Co's Antique No.4 and Ionic No.2), Seymour One (Google Web Fonts: derived from Sigma One), Anaheim (sans, Google Web Fonts), Cutive and Cutive Mono (Google Web Fonts: based on the typewriter typefaces of IBM's Executive and the older Smith-Premier).

Typefaces from 2013: Mondo (sans), Oswald (grotesque and stencil), Anton (grotesque). [Google] [More]  ⦿

V.P. Adams

Designer in 1999 of Insect (grunge), Crew (clean sans), City (clean sans) and Gruppo (rounded, outlined). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Will Adams

Two fonts being designed by Will Adams. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Valentin Adam

French graphic designer who spent 2007-2009 at Ensaama Olivier de Serres in Paris. He does experimental type. His creations include Fake, Madone, Composite, Eleanor (hard sans), Marlene (octagonal), Magdalena, Versailles, Strates (multilined), Vanina-Vanina (artsy hairline sans), Quarante Cinq, TweenLady, Tatiana (hairline) and Lettuce. Old URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jeremia Adatte

Lausanne, Switzerland-based type designer. He created Swissa Piccola (2012, an old typewriter font).

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

Navin Adchariyavanich

Creator of the grungy typeface Tomb Raider (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Laura Addari

Laura Addari (Venice) created Positive Negative (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Addiel Gaxiola Soto

Creator of the psychedekic typeface Addiel (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Emlyn Addison

Designer of IDM Minimal (2011, organic).

Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Randall Addison

Designer from Keller, TX, whose fonts at Garagefonts include the futuristic family Transpond (1999-2000).

Home page. FontShop link. MyFonts link. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Stefanie Addy

Canadian designer of Stefanie (2009, hand-printed using Fontcapture). Devian tart link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Frank Adebiaye

Velvetyne Type Foundry (or VTF) is the French foundry of Parisian Frank Adebiaye. It used to be called Velvetyne TypeForgery because he uses FontForge to design all his free fonts, which come complete with FontForge sources. Originally, it had many free fonts by Frank Adebiaye himself. At some point, it became more of a coop, and started publishing experimental typefaces by several contributors and collaborators. These fonts are reported elsewhere on my pages under the names of their designers.

Creator of some free (often experimental) fonts in 2010-2011. Cooperators include Sylvain Henri, Jérémy Landes-Nones, and Sébastien Hayez. Frank's typefaces:

  • Ajonc.
  • Babacar (2012). He calls it an African fractur.
  • Babbage.
  • Backout (2012). He writes about this flared poster all-caps typeface: BackOut is what an African Albertus could be.
  • Barjavel and Barjavel Mono.
  • Basteljau.
  • Bi-lined faces: Eighteen, Bachibouzouk.
  • Bluff, Bold, Boxer, Cardinal, Grotesk, Jimmy: geometric experiments.
  • Chaumont: ransom note family.
  • Chedid.
  • Compute, Elektron: computer-inspired faces.
  • Coqnegre Perspective: angular face.
  • Coqnegre Turismo, Stencil: art deco stencil faces.
  • Experimental faces: Blanka, Faber, Firenze, Five, Georges, Ink, Jake, Lenny, Normant.
  • Fabuliste: an experimental modern face.
  • Fersen.
  • Frank: monospaced techno blackletter face.
  • Geek, Inky, Marcelle, Ping: playful faces.
  • Gegenwart.
  • Gorki and Gorki Block: a pixel typeface and a constructivist brother.
  • Format 1452: grotesk face.
  • Konzern: a texture font.
  • Kravitz.
  • Leyde.
  • Lineal: clean sans.
  • Mandeville.
  • Manset: a geometric sans.
  • Meginhart.
  • Mercandieu: grotesk.
  • Metropolis.
  • Mono (2011). A monoline sans.
  • Mont Chauve: experimental.
  • Murat.
  • Mutations.
  • New Wave: avant-garde.
  • Nkm.
  • Pierrafeu. A brush face.
  • Pompidou.
  • Prospective, Robusto Mechanica, Grey Charles: more geometric experiments.
  • Radikal.
  • Rhinox.
  • Sagittaire.
  • Slang.
  • Stencil faces: Free Jazz, Rogue Leader, Rogue Two, Stencil.
  • Therow.
  • Thiefaine.
  • Vielfalt: dingbats.
  • Waltenberg.
  • Wozniak.
  • Zukunft (+Oblique): a geometric sans family.

Author of a book on the life and work of Fran+çois Boltana (2012, with Suzanne Cardinal).

Behance link. Open Font Library link. Klingspor link. Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Beckii Adel

Montreal-based designer. During her studies at Concordia University, she created the free floriated caps typeface Floralism (2013), a font whose glyphs are shaped like in Novecento, one of the "in" typefaces of early 2013. Its decoration is inspired by art nouveau and psychedelia from he 1960s.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christine Adel

Egyptian designer of Coxa Headline (2011), a geometric typeface in which the Arabic and Latin parts were created in harmony. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Barry Eshkol Adelman

A web page devoted to Hugh J. Schonfield's reformed Hebrew script. I quote: In his 1932 book The New Hebrew Typography (London: Denis Archer), Hugh J. Schonfield ranted about his dissatisfaction with the Hebrew writing system. His complaints included a limited selection of typefaces, the lack of a capital-lowercase distinction, and finding Hebrew type ugly. His solution was to revise how Hebrew was written. Schonfieldian script has capital and small letters; Hebrew script letters do not have this distinction. Five Hebrew letters have special forms for when they occur at the ends of words; Schonfieldian does not have any final forms. Hebrew letters forms usually are emphasized horizontally; Schonfieldian letters are emphasized vertically like Latin letters. Punctuation and numerals are horizontally flipped versions of the usual Western forms; in Hebrew script, they are not flipped. The pages include four truetype fonts made by Barry Eshkol Adelman, called Schonfield. Schonfield experiments: Cable Light Hebrew (1932), Caslon Old Face Heavy Hebrew (1932). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dennis Adelmann

Mannheim, Germany-based creator of Surya Grotesque (2013, an alchemic typeface created during his studies at the University Of Applied Sciences in Mannheim). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Okeowo Adeniyi

Nigerian designer of 3d (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Iara Adeodato

Brazilian designer who looks like Woody Allen. His typefaces include Chora na Rampa (2012, signage family), Fonte Gorda (2011, pixelish) and Fonte Galhos (2010, dot matrix face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Glyn Adgie

Electronics engineer from Birmingham, UK, who created Clarissa (2005) in regular and bold weights as a sans body family. No downloads. Continued here. In 2005, he started the serif typeface Ledbury. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Novanda Rizki Adhika

Indonesian illustrator who created Box Sliced (2011, counterless face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ezza Adhreza Brahma

Based in Bandung, Indonesia, Adhreza Brahma (b. 1987) is a typographer and illustrator. At Dafont, one can download Barbarossa (2013), Libre (2013, bilined typeface), Variol (2013), Attic (2009) and Vol (2009). The last two are (incomplete) techno fonts. Bite of Crab (2010) is a monoline octagonal shell. Angled (2013) is a futuristic typeface inspired by traditional letter from Makassar, Indonesia called Lontara. Bite of Crab (2013) is a modular octagonal typeface. Wallflower (2013, free) is a headline sans typeface. Nocte (2013) is a free gothic condensed sans typeface.

Typefaces from 2014: Kandel (a great layered typeface in Regular, Bevel and Inline versions), Jingga, Expatriate (a compass-and-ruler typeface), Father (vintage signage face, with 3D and Distort styles).

Aka Ezza Zebra. Behance link. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maxim Adien

Creator of the free font Probolinggo (2010, monoline simple sans). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Erik Adigard

Cocreator of TX Signal Simplifier (2002, Typebox), a hilarious information design dingbat face. MyFonts writes: Eight designers present a set of icons that indicate the fun and fantastic world of signage. Each collaborator's solution represents a completely different interpretations on signage vernacular. The designers are Erik Adigard, Cynthia Jacquette, Akira Kobayashi, Michael Kohnke, Patricia McShane, Joachim Müller-Lancé, Jean-Benoît Lévy, Kevin Roberson, Diana Alisandra Stoen. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Erik Adigard

M-A-D is an interdisciplinary design agency with primary expertise in branding and visual communications. Located in Sausalito, CA, its main designer is Erik Adigard.

In 2012, Erik Adigard and Joachim Müller-Lancé codesigned the rounded octogonal monospaced typeface family Oktal Mono (Delve Fonts). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nurkhairina Adinda

Indonesian designer of the free organic sans typeface RixPinkRibbon M (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pria Adireddi

Graduate of the University of Reading in 2011, who hails from India. His graduation typeface was Tranquebar, which covers Latin and Tamil. He also published the Latin/Tamil typeface The Herald in 2011. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sai Aditya

Designer of the pixelish typeface Cedge 1 (2014, FontStruct). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bayu Adityawarman

Jakarta, Indonesia-based designer of the hand-drawn typeface Octopus (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Helpy Adiwinoto

Bandung, Indonesia-based designer of the organic typeface Fooner (2010). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Emmanuel Adjei

Graphic designer at Emanart in Scranton, PA, who created a decorative alphabet in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael Gene Adkins

The Fontry is a Watts, OK, based outfit, est. 1992 by Michael Gene Adkins (b. 1965, OK) and James L. Stirling (b. 1964, OK): Digital type for computer-aided signmaking, with fonts designed for signmakers by signmakers.

Since 2009, they have been producing various digitizations of alphabets designed by Alf R. Becker in the 1930s and 1940s. Gene Adkins designed (2013, didone), ARB 85 Modern Poster JAN-39 (2011, after Modern Poster Script, 1939), ARB-70 (1995), ARB-67 (1998), ARB-66 Neon (2010, +Block, +Line), ARB-44 (1995), ARB-96 Jitter Display DEC-39 (1999), SCRIPT1 ARB-85 Poster Script Normal (2000), ARB-66 Neonline Block, ARB114 Hillbilly Roman JUN-41 Normal (1999), ARB-187 Moderne Caps AUG-47 CAS family (2009, a beautiful didone display face), the ARB 08 Extreme Roman AUG-32 CAS family (2009), ARB-218 Big Blunt (2010), ARB-218 Neon Blunt.

Another product is the Wild Bunch Pak #3: Danthr Skal, Kastaka, Gas Bumps, Skrawl 613, Sharrpe Gothik, Levo Fraz, Kommerce, Stellar Spice, Infected Hurt.

Wild Bunch Pak #2 (50 USD) has Marbles&Strings, Keetoowah, Peppermint, Ghixm (2008: a retrospective of the horror comics and movie posters of the 1960s and the 1970s), Klash, all outline fonts. In Wild Bunch Pak #1, look for Toxia. Race Pak #1 contains 5 chiseled fonts, including ARB67, Brannt Chiseled, Excursions, JLS Ultra, and Race Checkers. 50 USD. There are also Greek Pak #1 (12 Greek fonts for 25 USD, including GRK Orbit, GRK Universe City, GRK Albert, and GREK Bodnaut) and Signfaces Narrow Pak #1. At Garagefonts, Wild Larra, Wild Ruts, Wild Toxia, Wild Nobody families (1999).

Adkins also designed the commercial font First Vision at GarageFonts in 1998. Review at &Type. List of the fonts on his CD.

MyFonts sells FTY Garishing Worse (2011---there is a free version at Dafont), SCRIPT1 Team (2010), SCRIPT1 Toon (2010), SCRIPT1 Voodoo Script (1999-2009, signage script), What Sound Pounds (2009), WILD3InfectedHurtNormal (2010), WILD1 Firstvision (1997), WILD1 Larra (1997, grunge), WILD1 Nobod (1997, grunge), WILD1 Ruts (1997), WILD1 Toxia (1997) and the blackletter faces Ironhorse and Ironrider (2007), revivals of classic wood type faces. FontShop link.

Some fonts are inspired by sign painter Frank H. Atkinson. These include the Broken Poster series done in 2010 and FHA Modernized Ideal Classic (2011).

In 2008, The Fontry published the Greek Font Set, Copper Penny DTP (after Copperplate Gothic, but with lower case included), Droeming (an eerie family) and Earth A.D. (more eerie stuff, metallic, and with sharp serifs). It then generated a break-away subfoundry that carries fonts solely designed by James Stirling, Fontry West. Fontry West is located in Tulsa, OK. At MyFonts, these Fontry West fonts can be bought: Iron, WILD1 Firstvision, WILD1 Larra, WILD1 Nobody, WILD1 Ruts, WILD1 Toxia, WILD2 Ghixm, Greek Font Sets 1 and 2 (not Greek, only Geek-ish, made for fraternity use), and a large Comic Fanboy set which includes glyphs painted with stars and stripes (CFB1 American Patriot, CFB1 Captain Narrow, CFB1 Shielded Avenger, all made by Adkins). The CFB1AmericanPatriot family (2009), and the SCRIPT1 Rager Hevvy family (2009) are free here. JLS Overkill (2009, Bloque, Stencil, Grunge, Champion [athletic lettering], Hammer) is a sturdy family covering everything from SUV-strength stencils to grunge stencils and macho slab serif headline faces. After Disaster (2008), FHA Eccentric French Normal (2008, wood type after an alphabet created by Frank H. Atkinson in 1908), WHATSOUNDPOUNDS?Normal (2009) are free at Dafont. Sinder (2010) is a grunge face. FTY Konkrete (2010) is constructivist, and has a beveled weight. FTY Strategycide (2010) is a similar severe headline sans family. Sinder (2010) and Demon Sker (2011) are free grunge faces. American Purpose (2011) is a grotesk family. American Purpose Casual and American Purpose Stripe (2011) are follow-ups. Garishing Worse (2011) is a casual bold face. Sharpe Gothik (2011) is hand-drawn. American Captain (2011, a manly retro squarish propaganda headline face; see also American Captain Patrius 02 FRE). Deathe Maach (2012) is a sturdy 6-style display family. Avengeance (2012) is a techno typeface. FHA Condensed French (2012, by Michael Gene Adkins and James L. Stirling) and FHA Nicholson French (2012, art nouveau) are based on Frank H. Atkinson's examples.

Typefaces from 2013: FHA Broken Gothic (a layered chiseled family done with James Stirling, based on Broken Poster by Frank H. Atkinson), FTY SKRADJHUWN (a flared family), Iron Man of War (with layering effects, +001Rivet), Iron Man of War 2 NCV, RACE1 Brannt (prismatic, beveled, art deco), FTY Skorzhen (mini-spurred), FTY Speedy Casual, FTY Skradjhuwn NCV (comic book family).

Typefaces from 2014: FHA Tuscan Roman (2014, Michael Gene Adkins, James L Stirling), FTY Varoge Saro Noest.

Typefaces made by Fontry West. Typefaces by Mike Adkins.

Fontspace link. Klingspor link. Dafont link. Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Taylor Adkins

During her studies at Flagler College, Saint Augustine, FL, Taylor adkins (b. 1992) designed the angular bas de casse typeface Salt of the Earth (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Todd Adkins

Todd Adkins' fonts: Shatterfont, Chaotix, AortalHard, CaniptionFit (1996, alternative for Treefrog), LeprocyFace (1996), Mercurial and SuessFont (1996) are free. Mac and PC. They also sell font packages in all formats. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elmer Adler

American typographer, 1884-1961. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Reuven Adler

Israeli type designer who created Adler MF (2002) at Masterfont. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Sandra Adler

German graduate of the MATD program at the University of Reading in 2012. Her graduation typeface is Emelia (2012), a humanist design that covers Latin and Tibetan. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ursula Adler

Adler's Dings shut down. In an earlier life, we could find here, from Vienna, Ursula Adler's commercial dingbat fonts: "LaMorte" dingbat fonts (13 fonts in all, and counting), Kick-a-ding (3), Roll-a-ding (3), Ring-a-ding (3), Divide-o-rama (3). 25 USD per 3-font set (truetype for Mac and PC). Other fonts: Butterbees, Reboot1, Abracadabra, Hidden Ghosts, Trinsomnia, U-Mix-U, DaDoodle, Stars No Stripes, Daymares. TypOasis (the link on the left) has a back-up of her non-commercial fonts. Her collection is now here: it has LaMorte 1 to 9, 11, 12, Abracadabra 1, Butterbees, Da Doodle, Daymares, Hidden Ghosts, Insanity Stroke, Reboot 1, Stars no Stripes, Trinsomnia, and U-Mix-U. Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christine ADM

German designer who is now located in Chicago, IL. For a club night in Frankfurt, she created the straight-edged techno typeface Sexpol (2014). For KISD Gala 2012, she designed an experimental geometric solid typeface. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vasile Alin Adnan

Timisoara, Romania-based student who is developing some typefaces. He is working on an artsy, 45-degree serifed, silent-film inspired type family called Stab (2007) that can be viewed here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Florencia Adobbato

Graphic designer in Buenos Aires who created the informal typeface Pinecone (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mattias Adolfsson

The initial caps alphabet created in 2010 by Mattias Adolfsson is quite stunning--it has an old carved stone look that is quite effective when forced onto a Clarendon. He drew another animal-themed 3d alphabet in 2010 as well. Not surprisingly, Mattias is an illustrator---Dachshund (2010) and Glasses (2010). He lives in Sigtuna, Sweden. Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jürgen Adolph

Type designer who participated in the Linotype International Type design Contest in 2000. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Guru Adrian

Designer of some fonts at Chank's place, including The Naughties (1999). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Francisco Adriani

Graduate from FADU, University of Buenos Aires, who created the condensed blackletter typeface Wayne Bruce (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Santiago Adur

Graduate from FADU, University of Buenos Aires, who created the typeface Etile (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Doron Adut

Israeli type designer at MasterFonts. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Shashi Advani

10USD shareware Hindi font by Shashi Advani. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alain Aebersold

Zurich-based creator of an experimental squarish 3d typeface (2013), tentatively called 360 Degrees.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sylvain Aerni

Swiss type designer at Fontnest who designed these fonts: mtrxs (with Jérôme Rigaud: a dot matrix font), Troyd, Encoda MM (sans serif), Encoda Anfang (sans serif), Absinthia, Punebot, Alchemia, Basicrounded, Bacted_Flagada_Trigger (a dirty look font), Helveliga (with Jerome Rigaud and Fabian Monod). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alexander Aeschbach

Idealphabet was founded in 2008 by Alexander Aeschbach (Zurich, Switzerland). It sells these typefaces: Arc (a minimalistic hairline sans), Encyclo (slab serif), Wurst, Equilibrium (serif face), Signalo (humanistic sans family), Element (monospaced typewriter face), Eckig (experimental), Optional. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Laure Afchain

Graduate from KABK, The Hague, 2009, Type and Media MA program. Her typefaces:

  • Malaussène (2009), a fun muscular display face, done as her graduation typeface at KABK. She says that her (large) family is designed for corporate identitities. It contains Malaussène Translation, Malaussène Expansion and Malaussène Sans as subfamilies, and is published by Die Gestalten in 2011. Examples: A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H.
  • At KABK, she worked on a revival of the calligraphic typeface Meidoorn, originally designed in 1928 by Sjoerd Hendrik de Roos for The Heuvelpers.
  • She was also at the Fine Arts School in Toulouse. Together with Alejandro Lo Celso, François Chastanet and Géraud Soulhiol, she designed the official typeface for the city of Toulouse, Garonne (2009, 4 styles).
  • A handwriting font.
  • The display family Pixat.
  • Peno (2009), done in a class of Peter Verheul.
  • A stone chisel/biline/paper cut experimental family Vampyr.
[Google] [More]  ⦿

Werner Affolter

Werner Affolter ran a phototype and printing company in Basel, Switzerland, called Affolter und Gschwind AG, Fotosatz&Reprotechnik. In 1981, Affolter published an extensive catalog entitled Letterama that showed over one thousand alphabets. Few of those were original, so I suspect he acted as a vendor of sorts, but at least a couple seemed original, or were claimed to be original or exclusive: Guigoz, Moby Dick. Moby Dick was revived in 2014 by Nick Curtis as Call Me Ishmael NF.

Some examples of the types shown, in alphabetical order: Antique Wood MP363 (art nouveau), Antique Wood MP 364 (oriental simulation face) [the Antique Wood series is quite extensive, and is just numbered], B+T Classic (roman), Bernhard Fett, Beton Fine Line (typewriter), Burko (avant garde family), fonts starting with G, Gaston Fett (a squarish gothic typeface also called Gipsy), Gaston Halbfett (also called Grassy), Gemini Computer, Germanic Sans (more avant garde and Lubalin-style glyphs), Hollandse Mediaeval, Hollywood (a 3d decorative family), typefaces starting with K, Lineamarca (slabby), Linear (avant garde, geometric monoline), Melen (experimental, geometric), Meola Bookman swash (decorative), Metro (art nouveau, after the Metroploitaine font), Moraine (squarish), the Old Foundry sub-collection [another mysterious numbered collection; examples include some uncials, and some more art nouveau faces, some Victorian ornamental faces (F260 through F262), more art nouveau (MP418 through MP420) and blackletter faces (MP421)], Pierrot (psychedelic, groovy), Phydian (one of many Western style ornamental faces0, Ronda, Roulette, Roulette Schattiert (=Rajah) (more Western fare), Ruby (shaded caps), Runic Small (condensed), Rustic (wood log look), typefaces starting with S, Spengler Gothik, St. Clair (ornamental), Zither (calligraphic script). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fernando Affonso

During his studies in Pelotas, Brazil, Fernando affonso designed an unnamed curly typeface (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Denis Afonin

Art director in Moscow who created the multilayer font Cifricci (2013), the geometric solid typeface Modal Font (2013), and the decorative typeface Blitz Type (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Edgar Afonso

Edgar Afonso (b. Viana do Castelo, Portugal, 1976), is a graphic designer and illustrator who embarked in 2010 on some fontr projects. These include the modular typeface Nave (2010). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fred Africkian

Aka Fred Afrikyan. Yerevan, Armenia-based architect, letterer and type designer who wrote The Art of Letter-Type by Fred Africkian. 120 Tables of Armenian decorative types (1984). See also here. Taboo (Canada Type) is a Latin typeface inspired by lettering from Africkian's book. Patrick Griffin of Canada Type writes: Virtually unknown in the West, Africkian was one of the most talented eastern block artists. Though mainly a calligrapher working with traditional tools, he embraced geometry on multiple occasions for the sake of drawing simple modern Armenian and Cyrillic alphabets. Though he normally tried to maintain in his work a certain homage to Mesrop Mashtots (5th century Armenian monk who invented the Armenian alphabet), his late 1970s experiments made use of so many modern elements that the results were hailed as "real art mingled with science." Examples of his lettering: A, B, C, D, E, F, G. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Afronsu Afronsu

Crazy Sao Paulo-based Brazilian designer (b. 1986) of the grunge typeface Antropofagia (2010). Born in 1986. He also made Afronsu (2011), Estaktu (2012, influenced by Sao Paulo's graffiti or pixacao), and Abstract Rua (2012). Aka afronsu Afronsu. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Petros Afshar

London-based creator of the super-experimental geometric faces Artificer (2011), Illusive (2014, alchemic), Tuna (2014), and Flatland (2011). Home page. Petros is also a talented typographic illustrator---see, e.g., his Blue Heron (2011). An example of his typography for information design: Table Tennis for the 2012 Olympics.

At Studio SAP in London, he had a hand in many illustrations and illustrative typefaces such as Sleipnir (2012).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Saba Afzal

Creator of the free font Quater Circles (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Stefano Agabio

Italian designer of Mr. Whippy (2011), a fluffy typeface inspired by ice cream and whipped cream. He studied at Politecnico di Milano. [Google] [More]  ⦿

John Arne Van Nordby Agaid

Norwegian design student at Norges Kreative Fagskole in Oslo. Creator of a floriated caps alphabet in 2012, and the typeface Creativity in 2011.

Devian tart link. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Haim Agami

Jerusalem-based creator of the Hebrew typeface Haimon (2005). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yaacov Agam

Israeli type designer at MasterFonts. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Yaakov Agam

Israeli type designer at Masterfont, where he published Agam MF. Aka Yaacov Agam. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Devin Agar

Santa Monica, CA-based designer of some experimental typefaces. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Avi Agarwal

During her studies at the MIT Institute of Design in Pune, India, Avi Agarwal (New Delhi) created the condensed typeface Canister (2014), which is based on basic geometric shapes. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tallal Gul Aga

Graphic designer in Northampton, UK, who created a circle-based typeface called Aga (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gerardo Agbuya

Toronto-based designer of the display caps school project typeface Feather Font (2013). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael Ageev

Russian designer of BedrockCyr after an original by Corel. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Louise Agerlund

Art director in Aarhus, Denmark, who created the signage script typeface Freddy (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kristofer Totte Agermark

Stockholm-based designer of So Low Sans (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pranjali Aggarwal

New Delhi-based designer of a pixelish typeface in 2014. [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]  ⦿

Virag Agg

Budapest-based designer of a set of decorative caps called Public Transport 2014. This was a school project. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tatevik Aghababyan

Tatevik Aghababyan is an Armenian designer who lives and works in Frankfurt, where she is the main person at the studio Tatssachen. She designed these faces: Fedra Sans Armenian (with Peter Bilak; Third Prize at Granshan 2010 for Armenian text types), Elien (an experiental modular family), Glueziffer (2010; a Treefrog-style scratchy hand family), Arpi (2007; sans Armenian unicode face). Elien (2009, 26plus) is a monospace typeface inspired by bike chains and dot matrix ideas. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Masoud Aghaie

Designer of the Ostovar typeface for Persian in 2011. He lives in Sari, Iran. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chris Agiasotis

Australian designer of Cap Constructed (2005).

Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dilan Agic

Eskisehir, Turkey-based designer who created the uncomplicated sans typeface Simple (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Julia Agisheva

London-based designer. Behance link.

She created the paper fold texture typeface Ribbon (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yulia Agisheva

Based in the UK, Yulia Agisheva designed Ribbon Type (2012) and Now Grotesk (2012) during her studies. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Luke John Agius

Agius is from Mosta, Malta, b. 1994. Creator of the children's handwriting font Children Once Where (2007), as well as Rough Graffiti and Space and Astronomy. Dafont link. Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Omer Agiv

Omer Agiv (Fontomania) made freeware Latin, Hebrew and dingbat fonts such as Amraheb, Electroni, Jumang, Krashim-signs, LironAgiv, Moshe, Outline, Samurai, Samuraiheb, Sunnyday, Transport, Worms, arrow, boards, bw, dotty, goggles, krashim, leaves, nuni, nurit, wood-sticks, Dinorific, omerh.

Some fonts are commercial. Personal handwriting font service for 55USD (Latin, Hebrew or Arabic). Personal signature for 10USD. Some commercial fonts at 8 to 12 dollars, such as Smily, Cookie (curly), Orenh (handwriting), Geometry, Tal, Jifa, Sun, Hairy, ABC, Chains, Liner, Chinese, Arak, Parkinson, Papio, Tropical Sickness and IceSticks.

The free and commercial Hebrew fonts include the Tapuach package (8 fonts).

Fontomania also sells the 13-font 44 USD-"Silver Collection" on CD.

Free handwriting font download: Janet Luther.

At Elifont, one can download Wood Sticks, Samurai, Liron, Ice Sticks, and Boards.

Dafont link. Old URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vanessa Agnes

Jakarta, Indonesia-based designer of HelpetikA. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Emiliano Agnetti

Graduate from FADU, University of Buenos Aires, who created the typeface Read Praz Std (2010), a typeface that evolved from Adobe Caslon Pro. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Eric Agnew

Eric Agnew is the codesigner with Shaun Kardinal, Starseed and Brian Barbour at Themes of a scorched earth of TSP Dingbats. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Prabudha Agnihotri

Bangalore, India-based creator of the alchemic typeface Tricul (2014), for which inspiration came from semaphore signals. [Google] [More]  ⦿

agnuaspflibko

Futuristic, experimental, grungy stuff not found elsewhere, by agnuaspflibko in Sweden. Check Pormask Ytterhud. Tarmsaft is no more, though. Some of its fonts may still be found on archives, so here is a list of font names: Äggstock, ArsleGothic, ArsleGothic, Bajoran-Ancient-STsemicanonbased, Bajsmaskintjocksprutande, Bajsmaskin, Bajsmaskintjocksprutande, Bajsporr, BantarbjrnHeavy, BilligHora, Bonushora, Brottardolme, Brunkål, Brunst, BrunstCaps, Brunöga, FetmaHeavy, Fisring, Fisring, Fittsvamp, Flottig, FlytningarSvulstiga, Flytningarsprutande, Flytningar, Flytningar, FlytningarSvulstiga, Flytningarsprutande, GallaBlack, GallaBold, Galla, GallaBlack, GallaBold, GallaBold, Untitled, Gathora, Gubbrra, Gubbrra, Helvetet, InavelFrtvinad, InavelFrtvinad, InavelKromosomkalas, InavelKusin, InavelMutant, InavelStorebror, InavelTetkaCyr, InavelTjockaSlkten, InavelTjockaSlkten, KEWKEN, Kattakodd, Kisskorv, Knarkarsvin, Knulla, Lantfnask, Lderbg, LillSnase, Lingonvecka, Manslem, Multihora, Muttprutt, Ollon, Onani, Pormask2039, PormaskRemix, Pormask-Ytterhud, Pormask, PormaskInnebrännare, PormaskInnebrännare, PormaskKlämd, PormaskKlämd, PormaskRemix, Porrblaska, Psttning, Pungen, Psttning, Reningsverk, Rttpick, Rugguggla, Rumpnisse, Runkspad, RuttenSpya, Rvkrm, Rvple, RvpleTjock, Rännskita, Rttpick, Rvkrm, Skäggbiff, Skinnbanjo, Skäggbiff, Snderfistad, SneflabbNormal, Snetripp, Snuskpk, SpinkigJvel, SpinkigJvel, Spräckaren, Spritad, Sprutfest, Spräckaren, Spyhink, Stjrt, Stjrt, Stngkorv, Stngkorv, Snderfistad, TarmSystem, Taskekseminflamerat, Taskeksem, Taskekseminflamerat, Tidelag, Tidelagskoprofag, Tjackluder, Tjockebo, TrampaIntePMinKukSlyna, TrampaIntePMinKukSlyna, TrampaIntePMinKukSlyna, Untitled, Untitted, Våldtäkt, Våldtäkt, Våldtäkt, Aptango, Åderpåk, Nobrain, Tjockebo, Äggstock, ÄggstockGravid, Åderpåk. The full archive has been restored by CybaPee at TypeOasis. Italian tarmsaft site. typeOasis archive. URL at DaFont. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Claire Agopian

Claire Agopian graduated in 2007 from Ecole Estienne in Paris with a thesis entitled Exotisme familier: une typographie de diaspora, in which she develops an elegant Armenian/Latin typeface, Le Loussiné (2007). She also wrote Edward Fella "I am the vernacular" (2007) at Estienne. She designed the playful display typeface Knock, the handwriting typeface Coquillette, and a font based on glyphs of an imaginary tribe, the Kanaks. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joao Agostinho

Caldas da Rainha, Portugal-based designer of the serif typeface Sbn (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paolo Agostini

Designer of Phoinike, 1998. Downloadable here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel Agostino

Canadian designer of the hand-printed typeface Dan's Hand (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Laura Agostino

During her studies at FAU / UBA, Laura Agostino created an untitled boudoir typeface (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rebecca Agra

Brazilian graphic designer who lives in Aracaju and studied communication at UFBA in Bahia. Studio. She created Egito (2009), an out-of-focus optical illusion font. The papyrus font Egypt Typography was done in 2003 during her studies. Aka Bebecca. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Serge Agronsky

Designer at Graphic bureau Az-Zet of the zodiac sign font LifeSigns (1995), the Cyrillic/Latin fonts AZGaramondExtraBoldC (1990-1995), ParagonNordC (1990-1995), and ELIZAZPS (1993). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rodrigo Aguadé

Madrid-based creator of the beveled and drop shadow typeface family Smoking Club (2013), which was inspired by titling in black and white movies. Buy the typeface at MATOI Design lab. Ogle it here.

Typophile link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pedro Águas

Student at the University of Algarve, Portugal. Creator of Escorregar do Moreno (2011), a typeface based on toilet paper rolls. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marco Aguayo

Creator in Colima, Mexico, of Aprim (2011, hand-printed) and Secondo (2012, fat finger face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paco (Francisco) Aguayo

Typoidea is an outfit in Guadalajara, Mexico, run by Paco Aguayo, the Jalisco-based designer at the Argentinian outfit SantoTipo of Sapucai Picada and Mofles. Aguayo also designed the bitmap font family SacrilegaPX (2001) and the pixel font family Escritura PX. At Tiypo, you can also find Artimania, Hija de Perra, and La Neta (simulating paint). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Patricia Aguayo

Patricia graduated from Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana de Santiago de Chile in 2007. For the type design course there, she created the curly vine-inspired typeface Primavera. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Natalia Aguerre

During her studies in Buenos Aires, Natalia Aguerre created a fat poster typeface (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ana Carolina Aguiar

During her design studies in Porto Alegre, Brazil, Ana Carolina Aguiar created the display typeface Schloss (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Veronica Aguiar

Graphic designer in Sao Paulo who created the display typeface Crype in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Aguila

During her studies in Gaithersburg, MD, Maria Aguila designed Chain Mail (2013), a photographic alphabet. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Aguilar

Art director and graphic designer in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Creator of the bold display typeface Pildora Pro (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dulce Aguilar

During her studies in Leon, Mexico, Dulce Aguilar created Craft Sticks (2014, a hand-drawn typeface), and Creatures (2014, hand-drawn monster dingbats). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ferchongo Aguilar

Monterrey, Mexico-based designer of an unnamed display typeface in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jo Aguilar

Quezon City, The Philippines-based designer of the experimental geometric typeface Geometreo (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jorge Aguilar

Jorge Aguilar (Reaktor Lab, Guadalajara, Mexico) is mainly into graphic design and illustration. His Solera family of faces (2011: Solera 2D, Solera 3D and Solera Canto) is designed for chrome jobs---smooth and flashy. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marcell Aguilar

Sao Paulo-based designer of the ultra fat typeface Hong Kong (2010) and of this experimental face (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arnau Aguilar Marcos

Barcelona-based designer of Kandu (2013), a thin typeface that was derived from Bell MT in 2013. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Miguel Aguilar

Mexico City-based designer of Tourist (2012, an inline typeface), Holy Type (2012, experimental typeface), Lemon (2012, display typeface) and Profane (2012, alchemic typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ozcar Aguilar

Puebla de Los Angeles, Mexico-based designer of the bike gang tattoo typeface Boa (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ricardo Aguilar

Freelance designer in Puebla, Mexico. Creator of Nina Sans (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Felipe Aguilera

Aka Felipe Felipe. Graphic designer from Santiago, Chile, who made the origami typeface MyTypo (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gina Aguilera

Gina Aguilera (JMRBooks) created the hand-gridded free font Olde Wampum Belt (2009), classified by Fontspace under "Native American". JMR stands for Jennie's Music Room. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Roberto Aguiluz

San Salvador-based graphic designer (b. 1985) who created the 3d sketch font Elli Noise (2008) and the refreshing jungle font Adry of Hanabi (2009). Abstract Fonts link. Yet another URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Agustina

Spanish designer of Agustina (2005, scratched handwriting). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Edwin A. Ahaar

Designed (the ugly) Futura EF Script in 1954. [Google] [More]  ⦿

C. Ahab

Designer of the freeware font OeBB-Plain. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tuvia Aharoni

Israeli type designer, b. Radomska, Poland, 1909, d. 1981. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Jessica Aharonov

Caracas, Venezuela-based creator of Kahue (2013), Dot Typeface (2012), Mechanoid (2012), Folded Typeface (2012) and Cubika (2012, a 3d face).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chirag Ahir

Designer in Denver, CO. Behance link. He was inspired by some Bollywood movies when he made Pyar Mohabbat (2010, Devanagari face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pravin Ahir

Creative designer in Mumbai who designed the prismatic op-art Latin typeface Squoil (2014), the Buds typeface (2014, a modification of Cooper Black), and the decorative dot matrix typeface Bandhani (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Johan Ahlberg

Johan Ahlberg's site on pixel fonts that are very readable at extremely small point sizes, on screen. Click on Swamp 2097. Download about 30 original fonts (called pixel fonts and dot fonts). Very impressive displays! Font names: Pixel, Pixel4x4, PixelClassic. Plus an archive of techno/computer/dot/pixel fonts, including many Chinese and Japanese character fonts: 35base, 35basewide, 35lines, 35rounds, ArakawaPlane (katakana), BMUGAsianFont, Beatbox, BlobThin, DFFangSong1B_GB (simple Chinese characters), DotplLCD_KANA, Dotplain, Flytningar (Tarmsaft), Flytningarsprutande, Futalic_win (kana), BlockOut2097 by Matthew Sephton, CoilKtb, MM, Parade20, Pinponpan, Gachaponka__akana (the latter five fonts by Masayuki Sato at Maniackers Design), Jim_s_Kanji_A__PS, Kiloton_v1_0, ManiacKt, Olasfontirregular, Onakanormal, PKNB, PropellerFuel, Sevenet7, Thyristor, Ticker, VTMeiOrnaments (Susan Townsend's nice Chinese ornaments), VTMeiOrnamentsOnBlack, VTMeiOrnamentsOnCircle, WA50, Hirosh, InavelMutant, InavelStorebror, Jetplus, KEWKEN, Koshgarian_Light, Neuropol_Medium, Ollon, Reningsverk, Shamen_Remix.

Alternate URL. Direct downloads. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Helena Ahlstrom Jole

Designer of the free fonts Helena'sHand (handwriting), and Scrapbook-Chinese (Chinese characters). Helena grew up in Ohio and graduated from Brigham Young University. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Taha Ahmad Makhdoomi

Lahore, Pakistan-based creator (b. 1989) of Gutsy (2012, a four-style techno typeface family).

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

Nazima Ahmad

Art director and educator in Dubai. Creator of the sans typeface Carioli (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hemin Ahmad Rasool

Irbil, Iraq-based designer of the monoline Kurdish font Qshtoka (2014). Free download. Earlier he made a series of 32 Arabic typefaces called Kazhin 1 through Kazhin 32 (2014). Free download.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Isabella Ahmadzadeh

During her visual communication studies at IED Firenze, Livorno-based Isabella Ahmadzadeh created the Indic simulation typeface New Delhi (2013) and Aladdin (2014). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Majito Ah

Creator of small x-height typeface Majetto (2012). Her letters are in the lettering style of the painter Ana Maria Hernaiz.

Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Almamoun Ahmed

Sudanese type designer who created the Arabic display typeface Isra, which won the first prize for Arabic display type at Linotype's 1st Arabic Type Design Competition in April 2006. That typeface can be bought from Linotype. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anindita Ahmed

Canadian creator of Leafy Font (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nabila Ahmed

During her studies in London, Nabila Ahmed created a blocky 3d typeface (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tanvir Ahmed

Dhaka, Bangladesh-based designer of the experimental painted look typeface Banjonborna (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pik Chu Ahmetaj

Pik Chu Ahmetaj (b. Hong Kong) studied at Tompkins Cortand Community College Upstate NY, and at the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC. Her decorative caps Garden typeface (2013) is based on Century Gothic. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diana Ahn

Evanston, IL-based creator of Chicago Type Redesigned (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Eric Åhnebrink

Swiss designer of GT Lena (2009, Grilli Type), an elegant Peignotian geometric sans-serif with some stroke variation. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Young Hyun Ahn

Digital artist in Seoul, who created the multilined geometric prismatic art deco Latin typeface Facetype (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brian Ahola

Designer of the squarish Mustache Bandit (2009, FontStruct). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jussi Ahola

During his studies at Kookmin University in South Korea, Tampere, Finland-based Jussi Ahola created the full hangul typeface Jangul (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anne-Mari Ahonen

As a student at ENSAD in Paris, she co-designed Métis (1998). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jenni Ahonen

Finnish student who graduated in 2007 from the University of Reading, where she designed Ilona, an informal rounded-serif face designed for children's books. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anniliese Ahrens

Chicago-based designer of a dingbat font called Hairstyles (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mette Ahrensbach

Aarhus, Denmark-based designer of an unnamed thin font with technical / architectural roots.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tim Ahrens

Just Another Foundry was established in 2005 by Tim Ahrens (b. 1976, Heidelberg, Germany). He studied architecture at the University of Kasrlsruhe and type design at the University of Reading (2007). He now lives in Oxford, where he works as a type designer and architect. In 2005 he established Just Another Foundry. His typefaces:

  • Mashine (2005). An octagonal / mechanical family.
  • His MA project in Reading was based on Herb (2007), a hookish display face. Herb was extended in 2010 into a full family, which is still genetically linked to blackletters.
  • Facit (2005, sans family).
  • Zalamander (2006). An angular comic book family. Scans: i, ii, iii, iv.
  • Lapture (2004). A redesign of Albert Kapr's (angular, calligraphic) Leipziger Antiqua of 1971.
  • With Brian Jaramillo, he designed JAF Peacock from 2007-2010. It was inspired by the Flair typefaces of the 1970s and contains 1200 glyphs and alternates.
  • JAF Domus Titling (2011). Designed with Shoko Mugikura, this is a rounded typeface with classical Roman proportions.
  • The sans serif family Linotype Aroma (1999).
  • JAF Bernini Sans (2012), a winner at TDC 2013. A corporate humanist sans family consisting of tens of styles, from compressed to narrow and regular, and partitioned into a serious JAF Bernino Sans and a more playful JAF Bernina Sans. The ample choices, especially in degrees of compression, makes this a prime candidate for the 2012 Oscars.

At ATypI 2008 in St. Petersburg, he spoke about Font Remix Tools and on Optical Sizes. In 2010, he started a web font service. In 2011, I found his name listed as an employee of the web font service Typekit.

Author of Size-specific Adjustments to Type Designs: An Investigation of the Principles Guiding the Design of Optical Sizes (2008, Mark Batty Publisher). Technical image from that book.

Abstract Fonts link. MyFonts page. FontShop link. Linotype page. Home page. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Anant Ahuja

Designer and typographer who created the art deco marquee typeface Nanas Glasses (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Agostina Ahumada

Creator of the school project typefaces BOOoomer (2012, sci-fi style) and Swinger (2012, piano key style), which were created during her studies at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Raghda Ahyad

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia-based designer of the Arabic typeface Haykal (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Noah Aibel

Israeli type designer at MasterFonts. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Luz Aicardi

Graduate from FADU, University of Buenos Aires, who created the typeface Dam (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Otl Aicher

Ulm-born designer (1922-1991) who, in 1953, along with Inge Scholl and Max Bill, founded the influential Ulm School of Design. He became famous as the lead designer for the 1972 Olympics in Munich. His main contribution to type design was Rotis (1988, Agfa-Monotype). He also created the typeface Traffic for the München public transport. He adapted Univers for Bulthaupt.

Aicher was a world expert on pictograms, having designed, e.g., the pictograms for the 1972 Munich Olympics, and his visual language system of over 900 pictograms. Robin Kinross and Erik Spiekermann discuss the pros and cons of Rotis.

Hrant Papazian sums up Rotis, a family disliked by many type designers, but that has some oomph: Rotis -the typeface- is admirable not for its typographic merit, but for its lion-hearted spirit, its golden intentions - things so totally lacking in almost every other font ever made. Norbert Florendo, who worked with him on and off, muses: If anything, Aicher was a formalist in turmoil. A philosopher in spirit who was shackled by his sense of order. He called for revolution in design and typography, but adhered to the grid (anti-nature) in distrust of chaos. He admired Adrian Frutiger immensely and one can undoubtably see how Univers influenced the Rotis matrix. If one reads deeper into Aichers Typographie, one will see Aichers concepts as being less typographic (relating to type design and type layout) and more involved with humans within a rapidly changing environment in need of new symbology and notation systems. [...] I am far more an admirer of Herr Aicher than Rotis the type family. Rotis was named after the village (Rotis über Leutkirch) in Allgäu where Aicher lived from 1972 and died in 1991. Typophile discussion. URW shows the Monotype WMF Rotis family (2007) which was exclusively used by WMF AG. The Rotis family consists of Rotis Serif (1988), Rotis Semi Serif (1988), Rotis Sans Serif (1989) and Rotis SemiSans (1989).

Author of these books:

This biography reveals that Aicher was a German soldier in the second world war, both on the Russian and French fronts. In 1953, he founded the HfG (Hochschule für Gestaltung) in Ulm, and he helped with the graphic design for the Olympic Games in München in 1972. Discussion of his contributions by the typophiles. Markus Rathgeb wrote Otl Aicher (2006, Phaidon Press Limited, London), which is about Aicher's life as a graphic designer, and has little about his type design.

Vendors of Rotis and typefaces like Rotis: Rotis Sans Serif (Linotype), Rotis Semi Serif (Monotype ), Rotis SemiSans (Monotype ), Rotis Serif (Monotype ), Rotis SansSerif (Adobe), Cutoff Pro (URW++), Rotis Sans Serif (Monotype ), Rotis SemiSans (Adobe), Rotis Semi Serif (Adobe), Rotis Serif (Adobe), Diphthong (Diphthong Type Foundry), Cutoff Pro Regular (URW++).

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

Mademoiselle Aida

During her graphic design studies in Barcelona, Mademoiselle Aida created the experimental modular display typeface Kiungo (2013) and the display typeace Mezzarondi (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gianluca Aiello

Italian creator in Milan of the free techno typeface Black Caps (2011).

Dafont link. Devian Tart link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Luke Aiello

Student at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. Creator of the grungy ink splash typeface Phobia (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Otoko Aie

Otoko Aie offers three fonts in the comicbabies series, all made in 1997: Thinbaby, Noisebaby and Brokenbaby are noisy alterations of standard fonts. Alternate URL. Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Virginie Aiguillon

As a student at ENSAD in Paris, she co-designed Poinçons (1999), a typeface based on a design of Fournier. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Richard Aihoshi

Designer of FatsoItalicCS. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paul Aimé

Graphic designer in Tours, france, who designed the hipster typeface Mandruva in 2014. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kira Aimo

Graphic designer in Helsinki, who created the display typeface Airon (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jen Aimon

Designer of the pixel typeface HacenPixer (2006, HacenType). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nurul Ain

Nurul Ain, a freelance graphic designer in Selangor, Malaysia, created the paper fold typeface Zaroux in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Barry Ainsley

With Robert de Niet, [T-26] co-designer of 9 mm. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pablo Airth

Graphic design student at Western Washington University. Designer of the informal font Leonor (2000). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jason Aitcheson

Jason Aitcheson (b. Glasgow) grew up in Glasgow. He graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design. He started an apprenticeship at The Northern Block in 2013. In 2014, The Northern Block published his first typeface, Rein Grotesk (a grotesk with elliptical curvature). He also created Aina and Aina Mono (2014, advertized as free, but I could not find any way to download it).

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

Sushma Aithal

As a Student at Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology in Bangalore India, Sushma Aithal created the decorative caps typeface Commercial Street (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rachid Aitouaissi

Art director in New York Mills, NY, and/or Rabat, Morocco, whose web site ewas called Hipster Font, and is now called Bowery Studio. Designer of Rinoshare (2014, a sketched font), the octagonal typeface Hipster Grunge One (2014), the poster font Ice Cube (2014), the spurred tattoo font Athena (2014), Bushcraft (2014, free old letterpress emulation typeface), Inside (2014: rounded sans), Handy Vintage Font (2014), So Brush (2014), Picaso Font (2014), Close Hand Made (2014), Stump Font (2014, old letterpress emulation font), and Bear&Loupe (2014).

Creative Market link for Bowery Studio. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brahim Ait Talb

Aka vintsis, this Casablancan runs a caligraphy blog. Creator of Vintsis (2009, FontStruct). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Amira Ajam

During her studies in Beirut, Amira Ajam created a Latin display typeface. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anie Ajamian

For a school project in Los Angeles, Anie Ajamian started from Gill Sans and created a trimmed version of it called Elie Sans (2013). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

AJB

Creator of the free brush typeface Villa Sanjurjo (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Shintaro Ajioka

Japanese type designer who published some Japanese typefaces at FONT1000. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aleezay Ajmal

Creator of the free sharp-edged typeface Edges (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cleo Akaroa

During his studies at the Yoobee School of Design (Auckland, New Zealand), Cleo Akaroa created Viaduct Basin (2013, an angular typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Svetlana Akatyeva

Russian graphic designer. She made the soothing curly informal Cyrillic typeface Ackat in 2009. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sayeda Akbary

During her graphic design studies in Toronto, Sayeda Akbary designed a modular typeface (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Furkan Akbayrak

Turkish creator of the hand-printed typeface Furro Script (2012).

Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carolina Akel

Designer at tipografia.cl in Santiago de Chile, who designed TCatomica. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rachel Ake

Rachel Ake (New York, NY) created the informal and bouncy display typeface Jambo (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hideo Akiba

Designer of Sousui, the bronze prize in the 6th Morisawa Awards International Typeface Design Competition, 1999. A simple, light and elegant kanji font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Akina686

Anna (Akina 686) is the Russian designer of the spiky almost medieval faces Cactus (2011) and Cactus Cyrillic (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Busra Akinci

Turkish graphic designer who created a curly hand-drawn alphabet in 2010. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dmitry Akindinov

Bersearch is a distributor of Cyrillic typefaces. RussianH has four weights, and was made in Moscow by Russian typographers Dmitry Akindinov and Alex Romanov. Free demo fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dilem Akiner

Graphic designer in Ankara, Turkey, b. 1989. She graduated from TED Ankara College in 2006, and obtained a BFA degree in Graphic Design from Bilkent University in 2010. Currently she works for Kraf & Co. Creator of the thin hand-printed poster font Dilem (2014: free download), the bilined sketched Blaze & Radley (2014), and the poster typeface Skip Leg Day (2014).

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

Faruk Akin

Turkish type designer. His repertoire consists of a number of techno or modular faces, a contructivist typeface (Attack), some upright connected scripts (like the Arabic simulation typeface Alibaba), some geometric sans faces, a hexagonal face (Hexa). Scans: I, I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ivan Akinin

Ivan Akinin (Kiev, Ukraine) designed the monoline titling caps typeface Profihouse (2011). Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Charles Akins

Designer at T-26 of Sillysarus. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Felicia Akira

Creator of the free hand-printed typefaces Baby Disney 3 by Natsu (2012), Quirlycues (2013---copyright string points to Joanne Taylor, 2009), James Almacen (2013, copyright string points to James Fajardo, 2007), and Girly (2013). Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Saburou Akita

American fantasy writer (b. 1994?) who created the hand-printed Verdok Foundation in 2008 for the manga called Verdok. [Google] [More]  ⦿

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. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Karo Akpokiere

Graphic designer from Lagos, Nigeria. He created the vector format alphabet BitSyringe (2012): BitSyringe is a collection of letters inspired by drill bits, medical syringes and geometry.

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

Mohamed Akram

Creator of the free Thaana typeface My GroupX Avas (2000). Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rashid Akrim

Oslo-based designer who made the hand-printed Rev (2009) and Festival Jomfruer (2010, all caps). Aka huskmelk. Blog. Alternate URL. Fontspace link. Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anna Aksionova

Vilnius, Lithuania-based designer of the prismatic op-art and art deco typeface Aks Font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Akufen

Montreal-based designer of the geometric typeface Les Enfants de la Bolduc (2012).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

akunp2

Creator of the free font Sundanese Unicode (2012). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Enis Akyol

Graphic designer in Istanbul who created the organic sans typeface Aldoeni in 2012. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jadli Zein Alabedeen

Algerian designer of typefaces In 2009, he created the Latin / Arabic stone cut typefaces Djadli Tachkili, which were programmed by Zakariah Saleh (Palestine). Free download. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rebecca Alaccari

Foundry in Canada, est. 2004 by Rebecca Alaccari in Toronto, and run by her and Patrick Griffin. Interview with Rebecca. Her faces can be bought through YouWorkForThem and MyFonts: Centennial Script (2007, a revival of an 1874-1876 high-contrast calligraphic script by Hermann Ihlenburg), Valet (2006, superb art deco face), Freco (2006, an art deco typeface loosely based on designs and letters of Fré Cohen), Silk Script (2006, based on 1956 Helmut Matheis script called Primadonna), Dominion (2006, based on an early 1970s film type called Lampoon), Johnny (2006, an art nouveau poster typeface that revives the Harem/Margit typeface by Phil Martin, 1969), Guillotine (2007), Mayfair (2006, a calligraphic typeface based on Mayfair Cursive by Middleton, 1932), Happy Birthday (2006, script), Geronimo (2005, brush style poster font), Rostrum (2005, a revival and expansion of a type called Oleander, designed in 1938 by Julius Kirn for the Genzsch&Heyse foundry in Hamburg), Apricot (2005; based on A.R. Bosco's Romany for ATF, 1934, but a major extension with many ligatures), Heathen (2005), Cougar (2004, a digital version of Martin Wilke's 1968 handwriting typeface Konzept), Puma (2004, brush typeface based on Herbert Thannhaeuser's 1954 Kurier), Big Brush (brush), Diva (connected script), Odette (high ascender display typeface after the Morris Benton 1918 American classic, Announcement Roman), Crucifix (2004, a severe octagonal face), Fore (2004, a bullethole face), Formula, Gamer (2004), Formula (2004), Kofi, Platoon (2004, a stencil face), Verso (2004), Secret Scrypt (2004, a handwriting face), Bluebeard (2004, blackletter by Patrick Griffin), Bolero (2004), Janice (2004, psychedelic), Jimi (2004, also psychedelic), Scroll (2004), Dominique (2004, upright script), Moxie (2004, a fat display family which includes a stencil), StockA (2004), StockB (2004, a fat stencil face), Stalker (2004, a destructionist face), Scroll (2004), Jonah (2005, a hippie typeface based on an early 1970s film type from Franklin Photolettering called Urban). MyFonts page. Phil Rutter and Patrick Griffin made Coffee Script (2004), the digital version of R. Middleton's Wave design for the Ludlow foundry, circa 1962. Phil Rutter and Rebecca Alaccari designed Almanac (2004), a script typeface based on Imre Reiner's London Script (1957) (and Rebecca did a subsequent redigitization in 2007 that led to Reiner Hand), Tiger Script (2004, based on Georg Trump's wild brush script Jaguar done in 1967 for C. E. Weber), and Ali Baba (2004), an Arabic simulation typeface originally designed by Georg Trump as Palomba (1955, C.E. Weber foundry). Patrick Griffin made Leather (2005, after Imre Reiner's 1933 blackletter face), Secret Scrypt (2005), Skullbats (2005), Slang (2004, a blood scratch face), Bluebeard (2004), Expo (2004, an octagonal family), and Dancebats (2004). Simone Wilkie designed Boyscout (2004) after the handwriting of her son. Helmut Matheis' Contact (1963, flowing script/brush) was digitized by Rebecca in 2004 as Bruschetta. Rebecca also made Steiner Special (2007, a revival of Swing, a film type by Peter Steiner, 1974), Genesis (2007, a digitization and extension of Grayda, a 1939 calligraphic script of Frank H. Riley at ATF), Evolver (2006, futuristic family), Redwood (2007, a calligraphic script based on Willard T. Sniffin's Raleigh Cursive (1929, ATF)), Orotund (2005, after the 1970s typeface Eight Ball; this was extended again in 2006 in her art nouveau typeface Huckleberry, which is a revival of the 1973 typeface of Gustav Jaeger called Mark Twain), Pendulum (2005, a fantastic flowing script based on Nebiolo's Americana, 1945), Jojo (2005, with B. Jacquet), Mascara (2004), Gala (2004, after Neon (1935, Giulio da Milano at Nebiolo)) and Bella Donna (2004, after a script made by Alessandro Butti in 1948, called Rondine).

Typefaces made in 2005: Jazz Gothic (Patrick Griffin), Showboat, Hunter (a revival of Imre Reiner's brush script Mustang, 1956), Quanta (stencil), Quiller (a script typeface based on J.J. Sierke's 1964 typeface Privat), Rhino (revival of Mobil, a 1960 typeface by Helmut Matheis for Ludwig&Mayer), Dominique (donated to FontAid), Secret Scrypt (donated to FontAid), Jackpot (2005, Western typeface remotely based on Cooper Playbill which in turn is related to Cooper Black, but it also has hippy 1968 influences), Sincerely (handwriting typeface based on Karlgeorg Hoefer's 1968 Elegance), Fontella (a digitization of Novarese's calligraphic script Elite), Boondock (digitization of Imre Reiner's Bazaar from 1956), Gumball (digitization of Papageno, a 1958 bubblegum font by Richard Weber for Bauer), Runway, Gamer, Dominique (OpenType handwriting face), Sterling Script (2005, by Alaccari and Griffin: a 7-weight digitization and extension of Stephenson Blake's 1952 clean copperplate script Youthline Script), Vox (2007, a 24-style monoline sans family done with Patrick Griffin), Vox Round (2013, a softer version), Evolver (2006, a 4-style futuristic family), Ambassador Script (2007, an Alaccari-Griffin revival of the angle-reduced calligraphic script Juliet by Nebiolo, 1955).

In 2005, Philip Bouwsma joined Canada Type, and designed a great calligraphic blackletter-inspired family, Torquemada. He designed many other typefaces for Canada Type in subsequent years.

VIP (2007, Rebeca Alaccari) is a humanist sans serif uppercase (and figures) combined with a freshly redrawn revival of the classic VGC Constanze initials originally designed by Harry Brodjian in 1970, and even further back, the Constanze Initials by Joachim Romann (1954-1956, Stempel). Chopper (2007, by Rebecca Alaccari) is a revival of Venture (a 1972 typeface for VGC by Harry Villhardt). Walter (2007, Rebecca Alaccari) is a digitization of Heritage (1952, ATF, a calligraphic script by Walter H. McKay). Celebrity (2007, Rebecca Alaccari) revives and extends the retro/techno typeface Latus (Willy Wirtz, 1971). Sympathique (2008, Alaccari) is an ultra-thin and ultra-tall typeface in the mold of Bernhard Fashion and other era poster or film faces (they say that it is rooted in the film faces Hairstreak and Mossman). Mullen Hand (2008) is a revival of Repro Script (1953, Jerry Mullen, ATF).

Filmotype Giant (2011, a condensed sans) and its italic counterpart, Filmotype Escort (2011) were bth codesigned with Patrick Griffin.

Catalog of its typefaces.

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

Carles Andreu Alacreu

Valencia, Spain-based designer of the paper-fold typeface Concordia (2013), named to support the fight against AIDS. His studio is called Yonoh Estudio Creativo. In 2014, he designed the circle-based typeface Sophie.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nawal Al-Adasani

During his studies at the University of Ballarat, Australia, Nawal Al-Adasani created the sharp-edged display typeface Aris (2013). Aris borrows ornamental details from Arabic. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dmitriy Aladkin

Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia-based illustrator and designer. Creator in 2012 of the Cyrillic typeface FEDR, and of MephodiyD (old slavonic). He also made Prut (2012) and Favor (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pablo Alaejos Perez

Pablo Alaejos's graduation typeface in 2012 at FADU UBA (University of Buenos Aires) is the angular and sturdy Landa. Pablo was born in 1982. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joel Alafi

Australian animator. Designer of Poo (2005, ugly handwriting). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mohammad Alagha

Mohammad Alagha is Almedia Interactive (or: MAK Alagha, or: Applied Graphic Arts), an Arabic font producer active since 1994. The (beautiful!) AGA Fonts for Arabic are exclusively sold by Almedia Interactive Limited, which is based in the UK. His fonts include AGA-AbasanRegular, AGA-AladdinRegular, AGA-BattoutaRegular, AGA-DimnahRegular, AGA-FuratRegular, AGA-GranadaRegular, AGA-JuhynaRegular, AGA-KayrawanRegular, AGA-MashqBold, AGA-MashqRegular, AGA-NadaRegular, AGA-PetraRegular, AGA-RasheeqBold, AGA-SindibadRegular.

  • Free fonts in 2012: AGA Andalus, AGA Cordoba Reg, AGA Cordoba Bold, AGA Cordoba Reg, AGA Granada, AGA Sindibad Reg, AGA Sindibad Bold, AGA Mashq Reg, AGA Mashq Bold, AGA Rasheeq Reg, AGA Rasheeq Bold, AGA Kayrawan, AGA Balloon, AGA Juhyna, AGA Furat, AGA Aladdin.
  • Dingbats, beautiful arabesques and ornaments: AGA Horoof, AGA Arab Cities, AGA Greeting Phases, AGA Islamic Phrases, AGA Kalemaat, AGA Names, AGA Arabesque (Regular, Bold and Outline), AGA Islamic regular, AGA Greetings 1 and 2, AGA Publishing regular.
  • Commercial fonts in 2012: Alquds, Gaza, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Beirut, Demashq, Amman, Baalbek, Baghdad, Doha, Kufa, aden, Jeddah, Riyadh, Masqat, Benghazi, Onwan, Mishmish, Barqooq, Hassan, Hazem, Zokhrof.

Another URL. Free font sublink. Fontspae link. Dafont link. Download here. The beautiful dingbat fonts AGA Arabesque and AGA Arabesque Desktop (1994-1996) are here and here. OFL link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Heba Al-Akhras

Creator of Remix Type (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Soh Chad Alaksandus

Singapore-based designer (b. 1985) of 7x7 (2004, outline pixel face), which used to be downloadable from Devian Tart. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ruh al-Alam

London, UK-based visual designer, who made some fonts, including the ultra-thin Moda (2013). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ruh Al-Alam

London-based designer of an Arabic Didot typeface in 2013. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Genan Al-Alban

Graphic designer in Barcelona, who created the broken style font Dajaja (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cami Alama

For her final project at EASD Valencia in Spain, Cami Alama created the Dutch Krulletter typeface Krullcoplate Script (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Azza Alameddine

Azza Alameddine has been working as a graphic designer for in Lebanon, the Netherlands and the UK since 2009. She graduated with a Masters in Typeface design from the University of Reading and specializes in Arabic script. Her talk at ATypI 2014 in Barcelona is entitled The art of typographic matchmaking. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jude Al-Amin

During her communication design studies in Amman, Jordan, Jude Al-Amin created an experimental Arabic typeface (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Azza Alammedine

Lebanese graduate of the MATD program at the University of Reading in 2012. Azza's graduation typeface is Sila (2012, for Latin and Arabic). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Abbas Alamnehe

Thirteen free Unicode 3.0-compliant Ethiopian fonts by Abbas Alamnehe: EthiopiaJiret, EthiopiaJiretSlant, EthiopicFantuwua, EthiopicHiwua, EthiopicTint, EthiopicWashRaBold, EthiopicWashRaBoldSlant, EthiopicWashRaSemiBold, EthiopicWashRaSemiBoldSlant, EthiopicWookianos, EthiopicYebse, EthiopicYigezuBisratGoffer, Sabaean. There are subpages on Ethiopian typographic history.

Fonts2U link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kata Alamon

Or Kathleen Alamon, based in Las Piñas, The Philippines. Creator of the free hand-drawn typeface Cornleaves (2014) during her studies at DLS-CSB. Behance link. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Al-Amri

Designer (?) in 2000 of the Arabic fonts AL-Aser-Outline, AL-Aser, AL-Battar-Outline, AL-Battar, AL-Bsher-Outline, AL-Bsher, AL-Hor-Outline, AL-Hor, AL-Hosam-Outline, AL-Hosam, AL-Hotham, AL-Manzomah, AL-Mateen-Outline, AL-Mateen, AL-Mohanad-Bold, AL-Mohanad, AL-Qairwan, AL-Sarem-Bold, AL-Sarem, AL-Sayf-Bold, AL-Sayf, Al-Hadith1, Al-Hadith2, Al-Homam, Al-Mothnna, Al-Samsam, Bader, Othmani, Pen-Kufi-Shadow, Pen-Kufi, Quran-1, Quran-2, Zokrofi. They can be downloaded here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fahim Al-Amudi

Kuala Lumpur, malaysia-based creator of the circuit board font ElectroKufi (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alan-Dague-Greene

Type designer (formerly Alan Greene) who is presently at MvB Design in charge of font production. Before that, he was head of custom font creation at FontShop San Francisco, and was also briefly at T26.

Fontfont link. FontShop link. Notes from a talk on typography.

His typefaces:

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Adrian Granados Alanís

Design student in Monterrey, Mexico, who created Reverend Type (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Angel de Leon Alanis

Graphic design student at UANL in Monterrey, Mexico.

In 2012, he created Angd.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Flor Alapi

Buenos Aires-based creator of an untitled art deco typeface in 2012. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joao Alarcao

Porto, Portugal-based designer of The Big Bang Font (2014). The shapes of the glyphs are inspired by the constellations. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alejandro M. Alarcón

Graduate from FADU, University of Buenos Aires, who created the ultra-condensed didone typeface Taipu (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andi (Andrés) Alarcón

Chilean designer (b. 1990) of the destructionist typeface Vibrate Letters (2006). Home page. Another URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Uli Alarcon

Graphic designer in Sao Paulo. She made a light sans mix between 20db and Gill Sans Light in 2009. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Shahad AlAsfour

Student in Kuweit. Pure geometry (circles and lines) and a rigorous design process led to Shahad AlAsfour's Turns of a Tensile Typeface (2012) for Latin and Arabic. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Triin Alas

During her studies in Tartu, Estonia, in 2014, Triin Alas created a paperclip / neon tube typeface. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mujahid Alawy

During his studies at Institut Kesenian Jakarta, Indonesia, Mujahid Alawy created the modular display typeface Mighty (2014). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gustavo Alayza

Based in Arequipa, Peru, art director Gus Alayza created Runasimi, or Real Quechua, in 2013. It is based on the Quechua (Inca) language. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hussein Alazaat

Arabic typeface designer located in Amman, Jordan. Behance link. In 2011, he created the children's typeface Tajheez. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Abbas Al-Baghdadi

Iraqi type designer who created the traditional Kufi Arabic typeface Firas (2005), which won the second prize for calligraphic Arabic type at Linotype's 1st Arabic Type Design Competition in April 2006. That typeface can be bought from Linotype.

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

Lilian Albani

During her graphic design studies at Ufes in Vitoria, Brazil, Lilian Albani (Vila Velha, Brazil) co-created the typewriter-style slab serif typeface Eureka Serif (2013) with Cassio Ferreira. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Martina Ginevra Albano

Industrial designer in Lucca, Italy, who created the techno font Adic (2013) and the free experimental typeface Leliel (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jill Albarado

Designer based at UW-Stout in Menomonie, WI, who created the caps font Kidsplay (2003). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Roberto Albares

Art director in Madrid, Spain, who created the free connect-the-dots typeface family Anaglyphos in 2014. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Muhammad Zuhair Albazi

Lahore, Pakistan-based type designer who made a Naskh font, Musa Albazi Naskh (2009).

He also created Adobe Naskh.

His main Arabic typeface to date is Zuhair Albazi Naskh, an advanced OpenType Arabic typeface, which is based on the Ottoman manuscript. He writes: This unique typeface contains an unmatched range of features known from the Arabic script. It is not merely a font but an ultimate typesetting and design tool for the Arabic script in classic Naskh style, with letters variants and calligraphic styles, specifically developed to take advantage of the extensive functionality for Naskh Arabic typography. The typeface allowd many controls such as shape alternates, space adjustments, mark placements, and swashes. Two very special features: Calligraphic Naskh kashida (Tatweel) upto three levels of elongations, so the Kashida distribution and frequence can be precisely controlled to create Arabic calligraphic documents without a calligrapher; thousands of kerning pairs for the fine adjustment of letters specially after Raa, Zaa, Waw and before Kaaf. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kara Albe

During her studies in San Marcos, TX, Kara Albe created Pixel Typeface (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ignasi Albero

Graphic designer from Barcelona, who created a clean marker pen typeface called Marker (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Stine Alberry

The typefoundry Great Dane Designs was established in 2012 by Stine Aelberry in Derby, UK.

Zygon Regular (2012, unicase) was inspired by the 2012 Royal Diamond Jubilee and the notion that the Jubilee, as a multicultural event, would feature celebrations inclusive of all cultures. The typeface is based on the Panjabi syllabary alphabet (Gurmukhi script) combined with the Latin alphabet. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Adam Albers

Portland, OR-based creator of Old English Style Font (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Josef Albers

German-born designer (b. Bottrop, 1888, d. New Haven, 1976) associated with the Bauhaus School that made artistic ripples from 1919-1933. Ex-director of the Department of Design at Yale. Regarding the Economy of Typeface: an article explaining Albers' vision for typography. His typefaces: Display (1923), Schablonenschrift (1923-1926), Futura Black (1926, a great stencil face---Paul Renner and the Bauer design office made it into a typeface in 1929, and included it in the Futura series, even though Futura is quite different in concept) and Kombinationsschrift auf Glas (1928-1931; combine a few elements---it was recreated as P22 P22 Albers by Richard Kegler from 1995 until 2004; see also here). Kombinationsschrift is inherently modular, the principle at the basis of FontStruct and other font creation tools. On my pages, I sometimes call the blatantly modular faces in the style of Kombinationsschrift piano key fonts.

Other modern digitizations of Albers's include ThM Architype Albers (2013, Thijs Mertens). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Michael Albers

German creator in 1997 of CRX, Z1 Alice Dee (art nouveau), Sign (dingbats and scanbats), and Bundesliga. Alternate URL. Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paul Albers

Ottawa-based Paul Albers is the designer of the Startrek font Tron. See also here. Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Romain Albertini

Parisian art director and graphic designer. Creator of the experimental typeface Numberz (2009), in which all the capitals are made up of pieces of numbers. Other experimental fonts: Seven (only the 7 is used to make up letters), Binary (only 1 and 0 are used), and Suffer (letters made by removing chunks). Creator of CrisisFont (2010), a display typeface created to remmember the Greek finincial crisis of 2010. Its letters are quite geometric and seem lost in confusion.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Albertino

Creator of the grunge typeface Green Energy (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elena Albertoni

Elena Albertoni (Anatole Type Foundry, est. 2005) is an Italian type designer (b. 1979, Bergamo) who studied at ESAD Amiens and the Ecole Estienne in Paris, before taking a position as type designer at FontFabrik in Berlin, where she still lives. She cofounded Anatole Type Foundry with Pascal Duez.

At the Rencontres de Lure 2005, she spoke about OpenType and Latin characters.

Her script typeface Dolce (2005) won an award at the TDC2 2005 type competition. She created Dyna (connected feminine script). Review of Dolce & Dyna.

Other faces include Kigara, Scritta (connected calligraphic script), Dolce (2005, connected script), Helene (squarish face), Valora, Schneider, Gregoria (a Gregorian chant font that won an award at TDC2 2007), Deja Rip and Deja Web (2010, eight-style sans family of great utility, codesigned with Fred Bordfeld; Cyrillic included).

Acuta (2010) is an all-purpose type family.

Scritta Nuova (2011) is a rhythmic upright connected script, which evokes retro calligraphic styles taught in Italian schools around the 1950s.

In 2012, she published the plump and curvy script typeface Molle at Google Web Fonts.

Nouvelle Vague (2011) is a connected display script along the lines of Mistral.

Spinnaker (2011) is a sans design based on French and UK lettering found on posters for travel by ship.

In 2011, Elena cofounded LetterinBerlin, a studio dedicated to handmade and digital design, with a special focus on lettering and type-design.

Alternate URL. MyFonts link. Behance link. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Stephanie Albert

During her studies at Algonguin College in Ottawa, Canada, Stephanie Albert designed a condensed modular typeface called Omega (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Steven Albert

American designer of Aquitaine Initials (1987), sold by ITC.

See also here. FontShop link. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Miguel Albornoz

Creator (b. 1987) of the con language typeface Alien Gantz (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lev Alborov

Born in Tskhinvali, South Ossetia, in 1965. In 1982 Alborov graduated from Tskhinvali National High School No.2. He entered the Department of Engineering of the Bauman State Technical University in Moscow (class of 1988). Until 1996 he worked at Tbilisi Aircraft-Building Corporation. Since 1996 Alborov works for the RSO-Alania State Research Center. He gave a license for his type Ger (1998, kaleidoscopic dingbats) to ParaType. This type is based on forms of national Ossetic ornament. Ger won an award at Kyrillitsa '99. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Manfred Albracht

Aachen-based font software developer who also made some fonts such as CommScriptTT (a calligraphic script) and the sans serif ecofont family. CommScript. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Scott Albrecht

Graphic designer who created the stencil family Stencer in 2009. He also made the counterless fat 3d shadow typeface Fruit Basket (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Patrick Albrent

During his studies in Mankato, MN, Patrick Albrent designed the custom display typeface Do Not Touch (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christian Albriktsen

Oslo-based designer of the thin lachrymal sans typeface Velouet (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ali Ahmed Al Buainain

Designer of the Arabic font Boahmed AlHarf Bold (2005). Download here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fatima Albudoor

Art student in Boston. Designer of the hand-printed typeface Tima's Font (2011, iFontMaker) and of Blocks (2011, iFontMaker). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bruno Albuquerque

Graphic designer from Barcelos, Portugal. Together with Miguel de Sousa and Marcelo Santos, he made BetaDin (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chyrllene Albuquerque

Aka Chyrllene K. Daughter of Iza W, who designed many typefaces at Intellecta Design starting in 2010. She studied applied mathematics and graphic design, and works as COO of Intellecta Design. In 2013, she wrote a thesis entitled Revival Tipografico at Faculdades Integradas Barros Melo, Brazil. Based in Recife, Brazil, she is credited with these faces:

  • Naive Ornaments (2012, with Iza W).
  • Calligraphic Birds (2012, with Iza W).
  • ABC Hand (2011). A sign language face.
  • Pencraft (2010): a penmanship typeface with uppercase based on Swagger Capitals (Carl Stephen Junge, at Barnhart Brothers&Spindler), and lowercase based on Sidney Gaunt's Pencraft Oldstyle series (1914), as displayed in the BBS catalog from 1922.
  • Eingraviert Dutch Capitals (2009). An engraved typeface.
  • Vintage Hands (2012). A set of fists and penman's hands.
  • Bonsai Paufo (2010): a dingbat face.
  • Floreart (2012). With Iza W.
  • Jugendstil Flowers (2011).
  • Libertee Ornaments (2011): an elegant art nouveau typeface done with Paulo W.
  • MesoAmerican (+Two) (2011): native Indian dingbat faces.
  • Tribalism (2011): three faces with ornaments and fleurons, done together with Iza W and Paulo W.
  • Cripto (2011). With Paulo W.
  • Soft Garden (2012). With Iza W.
  • Bruce 1065 Soft Serifs (2011). Very Victorian. With Iza W.
  • Victorian Advertizing (2011).
  • Gothic Revival Layered (2012). One of the first layered blackletter typefaces anywhere.
  • Forte (2013) is a fee brush font in the style of Forte MT (1962, Carl Reissberger).
  • Tribalism (2011). Three fonts with penmanship-style flourishes.
  • Enchiridion (2012).
  • Azalleia Ornaments (2012). With Iza W.

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

Gabriela Albuquerque

Creator (with Debora Aquino) of the computer game dingbat font Sentai 30 (2007). Based on the Super Sentai logos and characters by Toei Company. See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

James Albuquerque

Illustrator and web designer in Parede, Portugal, who made Afrika (2010)---the ornamental caps alphabet, not the continent. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Roberta Albuquerque

Aracaju, Brazil-based creator of an untitled display typeface in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lucas Alcaide

Spanish designer of the hand-printed typeface Aylan (2013, Eurotypo) and the script typeface Idea (2014). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Olcar Alcaide

Institute in Benalmadena, Spain (was: Santa Severa), where one can take 4-week courses at 1450 Euros a shot on the Etruscan alphabet, Trajan, Cuadrata and Rustic Roman Capital letters, and related subjects. They also organize lettering tours in Italy and guided tours in various musea. The teachers are Alberto Di Santo (Professor of the visual communication, Tor Vergata University, Rome; Professor of Graphic Design, Istituto Europeo di design, Rome; Professor of editorial design, La Sapienza University, Rome; Professor of Typography, C.F.P. Sinalunga, Siena) and Olcar Alcaide (b. 1952, Argentina, Professor of Graphic and Typography Design, University of Buenos Aires; Professor of Typography, University of Lanús, and Professor of Graphic Design, Marbella Design School, Spain). Type link jump page.

Eurotypo is also the foundry of Olcar Alcaide.

Catalog of Olcar Alcaide's typefaces.

In 2010, he published the text family Antium and the warm signage faces Mijas Ultra and Lila Pro Heavy.

Typefaces from 2011 include Lila pro, Atenea (a humanist sans family), Agerola Script (a fat flowing signage face), Teja (signage face), Zalea (yet another signage face), and Nabu Pro (a connected signage script). Equalis (2011M, with Juan Lavalle) is a monoline slab typeface with a huge x-height and wide open counters. It was followed by Equalis Stencil (2011). Ravel (2011) is a fat signage script face. Atenea Egyptian (2011) is a solid slab serif family. Berta (2011) is a signage brush typeface with connected and unconnected versions. Optic Art (2011) is an ornamental typeface with building blocks that can be used for overlays. Creator of Eurotypo Bodoni Bold (2011).

Typefaces from 2012: Cubus (dingbats), Saxo Deco (art deco), Moliere (2012, an elegant didone family with outspoken ball terminals), Melon Script (a fat curvy signage script family), Riky (comic book family), Chipa (a signage and package design script), Heket (an expressive curly script), Lenga (a slab serif typeface family), Mikal (brush script). Duktus is a 1940s style script in the style of Donatello (1935, Wagner & Schmidt), Troubadour (1927, Wagner & Schmidt), Liberty Script (1927, Willard T. Sniffin), Trafton Script (1933, Howard Allen Trafton), and Coronet (1937, R.H. Middleton).

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Typefaces from 2013: Dignus (influenced by Bank Gothic and Eurostile), Bague (old Dutch style with little contrast, in the style of Jan Van Krimpen), Lugo (a heavy signage or advertising script), Brittes (copperplate script), Talis (contrast-rich sans family), Fiesole (display family with an awkward back-curled lower case d), C Duflos (after a bâtarde coulée by Claude Duflos, a French engraver who was acitve around 1690).

Typefaces from 2014: Predy, Daevon (copperplate script), Beily (letterpress style), Ritts (a heavy script-like display family), Ritts Cursive (in the style of the brush signage scripts descending from Robert E. Smith's Brush Script for ATF in 1942).

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

Aless Alcala

Art director in Guadalajara, Mexico, who created the spurred typeface San Andres (2013) for a Mexican brewery. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Carlos Alcala

Designer of the alphadings Cartown. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Cantarero Alcalde

Granada, Spain-based designer of the student project font Cantalde (2014), which is based on Jenson Old Style. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Oscar Alcantara

Photographer, designer, illustrator and typographer in Mexicali, Mexico.Oscar created the plump signage typeface Benveliu in 2013. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rolando C. Alcantara

Graphic designer in Dallas, TX. In 2012, he was working on the display typeface Santeria. At he Type @ Cooper program in 2012, Rolando C. Alcantara designed Murnau.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

David Alcañiz Tejado

Madrid-based designer (b. 1982) of the free art deco typeface Lame (2014).

Aka DV82. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Javier Alcaraz

Argentinian graphic designer, aka El Cerezo. In 2004, he moved to Mexico, where he is a member of Circulo de Tipógrafos and participates in Fontstage. He created Vulgata (2013), an angular text typeface influenced by Dwiggins and Menhart. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sabina Alcaraz

Graphic design student in Valencia, Spain. Together with Samantha Di Prospero, she created the alchemic display typeface Pintadera (2013). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

D. Alcausin

Melbourne, Australia-based creator of the school project font BFI Golden Years Of Hollywood (2013), art deco typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bruce Alcock

New Foundland-born type designer of the hand-printed typeface Soupbone (+dingbats), who directed commercials at Tricky Pictures, Chicago. He returned to Canada in 2000 to form Global Mechanic with filmmaker Ann Marie Fleming.

Home page. FontShop link. Klingspor link. FontFont link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Marc Alcock

British graphic designer who created a wonderful gridded typeface to illustrate the Pantone colors. He lives in San Francisco. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jared Alconcher

Oakland, CA-based motion graphic designer, who created the typeface Conch (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Inma Alcon

Jerez, Spain-based designer of the octagonal typeface Origami (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

J. Anton Alcor

Spanish creator of Trian Alfarera (2010), a free Open Font Library typeface based on street tiling in Sevilla. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Zahar Al-Dabbagh

Zahar Al-Dabbagh (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia) created the Arabic typeface Syoola in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cesc Aldabó

Designer in Barcelona. Behance link. Critters inspired him to create the experimental typeface Climb (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cesc Aldabó

Cesc (Francesc) Aldabó (Ceskus Disseny) is based in Sant Cugat des Valles and/or Terrassa, Spain. Studio Ceskus Disseny created Dingbat Space Invaders (2013, FontStruct), a pixel font inspired by the 1978 video game by Taito Corporation. He also shows Letterplayground (a space and alphabets created by Nate Williams). His graffiti style Grafftastics alphabet (2013) was used for a festival in Sabadell. In 2014, they made the decorative typeface Climb.

In 2014, Aldabó made Climb Font (based on climbing gear), Tipoencuentro (poster face), Typoasi (modular), 15M Typestencil, and I Love Climbing.

Behance link. FontStruct link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Amira Al Dakroury

Qatari graphic designer who created the hand-printed Arabic typeface Mazaza (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brian Aldave

Graduate from FADU, University of Buenos Aires, who created the Fraktur typeface Irontail Gothic (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Giovanni Aldave Corte

Puebla, Mexico-based designer of the angular semi-blackletter typeface Reaper (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anne Alden

Bremerton, WA-based designer of the Indic simulation typeface Aniya (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bronte Alder

Auckland, New Zealand-based creator of the decorative typeface Britomart (2013) which was inspired by the logo of Woolmark. This typeface was designed during her studies at Yoobee School of Design.

Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jorge Alderete

B-Movie is a great dingbat font of creatures, created in 2002 for T26 by Jorge Alderete.

CV. Jorge is an illustrator, who was born in Argentina in 1971. He studied at the National University at La Plata, Buenos Aires majoring in graphic design and visual communication. He now lives in Mexico City and works as an illustrator for numerous Mexican and Spanish magazines. Home page.

At Union Fonts, he published Rubias Morenas Pelirojas (a dingbat font) and Unplugged in 2003 and Saratoga (a fifties face; see also at T-26) in 2004.

At SinergiaLab in Argentina, he created the dingbat typeface SLChe, which was subsequently published at Sudtipos.

At Tiypo, we find Che (a guerilla dingbat face), Platillo (condensed squarish), RMP (dings of female heads), Saratoga and Unplugged. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Kirsty Alderson

During her graphic design studies in Leeds, UK, Kirst Alderson created several decorative typefaces (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

David Aldinger

Dortmund, Germany-based designer of the headline display typeface Apathy (2013). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maha Aldoubaie

Graphic designer at Coventry University (UK). Creator of the experimental Fingerprint Typeface (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kent Aldrich

Chank writes: Kent Aldrich of the Nomadic Press creates everything from invitations and stationery to hand-bound books and paper props, like origami or boxes. Though he works with metal type every day and has kept sketchbooks of letterforms for years, the is his first venture into the modern world of type. That first venture are sketches that were digitized by Chank in 2005 into two fonts, Nomadic Egyptian and Nomadic Sketchbook. [Google] [More]  ⦿

D. Paul Alecsandri

D. Paul Alecsandri designed the runic fonts Futharc (2001), NewSymbolFont (2000) and Samaritan (2001). We also find the rather complete Unicode truetype font Roman-Unicode (2001), which cover all European, Arabic, Hebrew, Greek, Cyrillic, Thai and Indic languages, and provide kana as well (but not kanji). All parts of unicode covered. See also here.

Samaritan (2001) deals with a pre-Samaritan or pre-Babylonian Hebrew.

Originally designed for linguistics, the free typeface Chrysanthi Unicode (2001) contains all Unicode Latin characters (including Basic Latin, Latin 1 Supplement, Latin Extended A&B, IPA, and Latin Extended Additional) as well as Greek, Cyrillic, Hebrew, and everal others.

Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joan A. Alegret

Joan A. Alegret ("La Tipomàtika") is a Barcelona-based Catalan designer (b. 1987) who studied graphic communication at Escola Massana in Barcelona. Creator of the free geometric sans families Candela (2009), Cicle (2007) and Newcicle (2007), and the absolutely rectangular sans family Simply Mono (2007).

Joan's first commercial typeface is the didone fat typeface Bendita (2011), done for Bonart magazine. Muro (2013) is a heavy sans face. Chispa (2013) aand Verano (2013) are free hand-printed typefaces.

Dafont link. Font Squirrel link. Fontsy link. Kernest link. Klingspor link. Behance link. Old URL. Dafont link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Martin Aleith

Designer at Die Gestalten of Quanten (2014, a stencil typeface), Knochen (2009, a fat rounded modular typeface), Laminat (2007), Logosmen (2003, geometric display face), Braten Fat (2004), Haudegen (2002, severe bold octagonal face), Halunken Spezial (2004, rounded octagonal), Boxen (2003, a slashed zero font), Esposito (2002, a paperclip font), Galotta (2002), Feixen (2007, paperclip inspired), Nicola Kroita Script, Nicola Kroita Sans, Nicola Zucka Script.

His fonts can also be found at Pfadfinderei. Klingspor link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jazmin Alejandra

Born in 1992 in Argentina, Jazmin Alejandra created the free hand-printed typeface Jale (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Angel Alejandro

Graphic designer in Trujillo, Peru, who made an arc-themed typeface called Circle (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christina Alejandro

Christina Alejandro, or calej d'art, is located in Quezon City on the Philippines. Creator of Bimbam (2012), Conner (2008, a hand-printed blackboard bold typeface), Dotted Line (2012), Serifadow (2012, a shadowed outlined sketched typeface), Scription (2012), Stripes Forever (2012), Square Hair (2012), Loverly (2012), Scripterina (2012), Sesaw (2012), Fair View (2012), Reach (2012), Bright Future (2012), Amidst (2012, children's handwriting), Jewels (2012), Christiana (2012), and Shaded Letters (2012).

Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Matias Alejandro

Graphic designer in Santiago, Chile, who designed the curvy typeface Palita in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Raul Alejandro

New York City-based art director who drew an exquisite set of initials in 2013 called Love Letters. He graduated with a BFA in Graphic Design from the School of Visual Arts in New York City.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gregory Alekel

Gregory Alekel (CommodoreServer Admin) designed the pixel typeface Commodore Server (2010). Home page. Fonts2u link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anna Alekhina

Moscow-based designer of the artsy typeface Kandinskiy (2013), the octagonal Cyrillic typeface Type Bolt (2013), and the multilayered geometric font Structura (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Zemfira Alekperova

Baku, Azerbaijan and Florence, Italy-based designer of Carpet Font (2014) and Alchemical Font (2014). Behance link,/a>. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aleksandar Petkov Aleksandrov

Bulgarian type designer, b. 1983, who runs a foundry by the same name in Yambol. Bulgaria. Typograph Pro (2010) is a clean almost geometric sans family with two hairline weights. Zip (2010) is a squarish techno family. Another URL: Amateur Media. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Nikolai Aleksiev

Russian type designer. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pauerr Alekumsalaam

Barcelona-based designer of the free experimental multiline typeface Fusion (2012, Adobe Illustrator format), and of the connected script signage typeface Dolorosa (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carloz Aleman

During his design studies in Monterrey, Mexico, Carloz Aleman created an interesting art deco typeface (2013), Exclamativa. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carloz Aleman

Based in Monterrey, Mexico, Carloz Aleman designed an experimental typeface based on X-ray experiments. The result is a good-looking poster typeface. He also made the exclamation-point inspired Exclamativa (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mariana Alen

Buenos Aires-based designer of the didone display typeface Goût (2014) and the warm wood type-inspired Dobro (2014), which was finished during her studies at FADU / UBA. She calls Dobro a bluegrass typeface. It was designed, according to her web site, for a special edition of Rolling Stone magazine. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elisabetta Alesi

Graphic designer in Rome. She created the condensed typeface Humoral (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jean-Antoine Alessandrini

Type designer, graphic designer and illustrator, born in Marseille in 1942. Allessandrini (sometimes spelled Alessandrini in various publications) used to work at Paris Match, Lui and Elle. His typefaces: Akénaton 1969 (Hollenstein Phototypo) (1975, VGC??), Alias 1977 (Hollenstein Phototypo), Allessandrini 7 1972 (Hollenstein Phototypo), Anarchiste (Mécanorma), Andronique 1984 (Mécanorma), Astronef 1976 (Hollenstein Phototypo), Circus World, (Mécanorma), Cléopatre 1984 (Mécanorma), Combinat 1976 (Hollenstein Phototypo), Éclipso 1982 (Mécanorma), Electric-Type 1977 (Hollenstein Phototypo), Futuriste 1977 (Hollenstein Phototypo), Germain 1969 (Hollenstein Phototypo), Grand Dadais 1977 (Hollenstein Phototypo), Grand Large 1977 (Hollenstein Phototypo), Graphic Man 1973 (Hollenstein Phototypo), Grossium 1977 (Hollenstein Phototypo), Gyptis 1977 (Hollenstein Phototypo), Hypnos 1969 (Hollenstein Phototypo: a psychedlic face), Legitur, Mikado 1977 (Mécanorma: oriental simulation), Mirago 1970 (Hollenstein Phototypo), Priam 1976 (Hollenstein Phototypo), Showbiz 1969 (Hollenstein Phototypo), Sigle (Mécanorma), Technos 1984 (Mécanorma), Trombinoscope 1964, Vampire 1969 (Hollenstein Phototypo), Wotan, (Mécanorma).

Inventor of the classification system Codex 1980 that provoked heated responses from luminaries such as Vox, baudin, Blanchard and Mendoza.

Author of Typomanie / Jean Alessandrini; préface de Massin (Paris: La Noria, DL, 1977).

In 2013, David Rault wrote the monograph Jean Alessandrini Le poète de la lettre.

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

Alexandre Resende Aletribow

Oliveira de Azem&eacite;is, Portugal-based designer of the calligraphic typeface Platonic (2014) and of the curly typeface Orta (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alex

American designer of Cutull (2004, a dirtied version of the Google font) and My silly handwriting (2005). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Emily Alexander

Designer and illustrator in Chicago. She ceeated the wide and elegantly thin display sans typeface Tuba (2011).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

John Alexander

Designer at FontStruct of the angular geometric typeface Edge (2010) and the sci-fi typeface Force (2012).

Behance link. John is a web designer in Los Alamitos, CA.

Devian Tart link. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lance Alexander

Designer at the Lab of Futurex SCOSF (2001). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael Alexander

Bandung, Indonesia-based creator (b. 1990) of the heavy rounded sans typeface Dinasti (2013). Sanrok Studio link. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael Alexander

Graphic designer in Bandung, Indonesia. He created the signage typeface Besi Tua (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Niko Alexander

Saint Cloud, MN-based designer of Amyst (2012). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Stirling H. Alexander

This outfit used to sell and give away fonts made by Stirling H. Alexander until it closed in 1996. Based in Orinda, California, they also were into custom handwriting and custom calligraphic fonts. Free faces included Lingbats and Ling Print Brush. Alexander made a dozen fonts in all. Acutetype morphed into a porn site and then another site since 1996, but Stirling H. Alexander has nothing to do with that. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alexandra

Designer of the pixel typeface Tokayz (2006). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Alexandre

Designer in 1992 of AlexAntiquaBook and in 1991 of Alex Regular. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gérald Alexandre

Parisian type designer (b. 1974) who designed Manus (1997) and Altmodisch (1998) at Sogral. Brief CV. He also designed Linotype Zensur (1997, grunge).

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

Jean Alexandre

French punchcutter who was the successor of Philippe Grandjean, the developer of the Romain du roi in 1702. The complete set of 21 sizes of roman and italic letters was finished by Grandjean's successor Jean Alexandre and completed by Louis Luce in 1745. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Alex Alexandrou

Milton Keynes, UK-based creator of Greenlish (2012), a font that mixes Latin and Greek. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alexandra Alexandrova

Type designer, b. 1989, Lviv, Ukraine. In 2014, with Lukyan Turetskyy at 2D Typo, she created Kalyna. This Latin and Ukrainian-Cyrillic font has asymmetrical serifs, characteristic for the Ukrainian style. It is based on Heorhiy Narbut's sketches, a well-known Ukrainian graphic artist from the early 20th century. Kalyna comes also with a set of ornaments. Still in 2014, she created the rune simulation typeface Norden (Latin and Cyrillic).

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

Asya Alexandrova

Drawing artist and illustrator from St. Petersburg, Russia. Flickr page. She created some beautiful illustrated caps in 2009. Also of interest is her Logoman ink on paper drawing (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Roman Alexeew

Saint Petersburg-based designer of a 3d Cyrillic alphabet (2013) called Schloss. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alexey

Russian graphic and type designer. His mostly experimental faces include Isopronto (2011, geometric), Vampire (2011), Blamed Neverland (2011, a connect-the-dots face), Lighter (techno), and Coffee (2011, ultra-condensed). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aimé Alexia

UK-based designer of Azu (2005, handwriting). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sofia Alfaro

Madrid-based designer of a pixel typeface (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ahmed Alfarsi

During his digital design studies, Soharm Oman-based Ahmed Alfarsi created the Latin typeface Moon (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pablo Alfieri

Buenos Aires-based graphic designer and typographer, aka Alfieri. Flickr link. Behance link. He designed Playful (2010), a geometric font that was inspired by 3d toys for children. Odyssea 652 (2010) and Odyssea 632 (2011-2012, Thinkdust) are also geometric in nature. This poster showcases his lettering. With Mariano Farias, he formed Plenty. At HypeForType, Plenty published the arts and crafts typeface Odyssea (2011).

Klingspor link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Guno Alfikri

Creator of the free Startek style typeface Angled (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Camila Alfonso

During her graphic design studies, probably at FADU/ UBA in Buenos Aires, Camila Alfonso created a typeface, possibly called Uncomic (2013). I may be totally off, but that is all the information I have. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Alfonso

Designer at Stereo Typehaus of Loco and 2Bit. He seems to have disappeared from that foundry though. [Google] [More]  ⦿

John Alfonso

Designer whose fonts can be bought at FontHaus: Inverse Recto (dingbats), Quantum, Quantumex. The latter two are extensive futuristic / octagonal families. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Luise Tonett Alfonso

During her design studies, Farroupilha, Brazil-based Luise Tonett Alfonso created a circuit of subway map-based typeface (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fahd Al Fraikh

Computer engineer in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Creator of the modern Kufi Arabic typeface Nawar (2013). Free download. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Natacha Algani

Parisian graphic designer, who created the modular typefaces Structur (2013) and Sucré Salé (2013, a monoline circular arc-based typeface). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yusuf Algan

Designer and illustrator in Bonn, Germany. In 2012, he made a wonderful ornamental caps face, World Font, which illustrates 26 of the main scripts in the world today.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christopher Algar

During his studies at the University Of Lincoln's School of Art and Design, Christopher Algar (London, UK) designed the display typeface Two-Faced (2013).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christophe Alglave

French designer in Saint Rémy de Provence.

Dafont link. He created the high-contrast organic typeface Botanic (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dalal Alhartani

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia-based designer of Arabic Wire Font (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dana Alhasan

During her graphic design studies in Dubai, UAE, Dana Alhasan created the steampunk-inspired Latin / Arabic typeface Tick Tock (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maya Alhomsi

Located in Jeddah, Saudi arabia, Maya Alhomsi created the music-inspired Latin / Arabic typeface Tune (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maya Alhomsi

Located in Jeddah, Saudi arabia, Maya Alhomsi created the music-inspired Latin / Arabic typeface Tune (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ahmed Ali

Designer of the Arabic typeface Ahmed (1980, Linotype). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ali

UK-based art student (b. 1988) who created the handwriting font Ali (2006). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alnel Vincent Alico

Filipino designer in Cebu City, b. 1997. Designer of the free font Recycled Bit (2013).

Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Urska Alic

Creator of Gunabrez (2011) during TipoBrda 2011, a type design workshop held in Slovenia. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Suzanne Alidina

Orlando, FL-based designer of the floriated caps typeface Fleurnacular (2014), which uses a Times New Roman outline. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ottavia Alieri

During her graphic design studies in London, Ottavia Alieri (b. Italy) created several typefaces (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Farhana Ali

New York City-based creator of the nicely tuned squarish typeface Sharp Turns (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ishtiaq Ali

Creator of the clean sans typeface Techno LCD (2011) and the dot matrix typeface London (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kerem Ali Kaynak

Creator (b. 1990, UK) of the fat finger fonts Wub Dub (2013) and Easy as ABC (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lukhmie Ali

Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia-based graphic designer. Creator of an inky hand-drawn tyepface in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marta Cerdá Alimbau

Designer in Barcelona. Behance link. She has been working since 2008 on some gorgeous typefaces, such as Ophelie, Rigid (2010, a piano key font that she proclaims to be a grandchild of Josef Albers), and Gallo Guapo, which mix high contrast and extreme quaint roundness. In 2011, she made the ornamental watch number typeface Nido.

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

Salvador Alimbau

Salvador (or just Tori) Alimbau is a designer at type-o-tones in Barcelona who made Vulcano (1997, with José Manuel Urós). Tori Alimbau, Luis Mendo and José Manuel Urós codesigned DesignOrDie.

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

Mohd Zahoor Ali

Creator of the electronic circuit symbol font SofexIndia (2011). Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juliana Alimova

Ukrainian art director and graphic designer who lives in Kharkiv. She designed the lively hand-printed font Filonovs Mavka (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Muhammad Masroor Ali

Muhammad Masroor Ali's Bengali metafont. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arama Alisa

Romanian designer. During her studies in 2013, she created an austere monospaced typeface. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Shehzad Ali

Urdu Nastaliq Unicode is a Windows True-Type Urdu font which uses Unicode Arabic coding. It was developed by Shehzad Ali and unicoded by Tabish Qureshi (Department of Physics, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi). Here we find more Urdu fonts: AlKatib1 (1998, Naseem Amjad Ali Khan), Umair I (1997, Umair Khan, Urdu Web, based on Neda Reyanah's Persian Font), Urdu Khat-e-Naqsh (1998, AHS), Urdu (1995, Tooraj Enayati and 1997, Adil Rehan, Karachi), Urdu Khat-e-Naqsh (Nastalique) (1999, Shehzad Ashiq Ali). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Claudiney Alison

Graphic designer in Natal, Brazil. Creator of the art deco typeface Chan Art DC (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Monica Alisse

Graphic designer in New York. Behance link.

She created Three Kilometer Type (2012) by emptying her ballpoint pen (which apparently runs for three kilometers). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paria Alizadeh

At the University for the Creative Arts in London, Paria Alizadeh created an Arabic typeface in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yosra AlKaff

Graphic designer in Marl, Germany, who created the experimental Arabic typeface Yosr (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Abdullah Al-Khafaji

American creator (b. 1986) of the letter permutation typeface New Kind of English (2009), of Accessories Urban (2010), Accessories Soft (2010), and of Fonts Bomb Skipper (2010, piano key face), Ghost Theory (2010), FontsBombIlovegrapes (2010), FontsBombJiGSAW (2010), Sniper Shot (2010), and Arabian Lamb (2010, Arabic simulation face). Rinosaur (2010) is a futuristic outline face. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Saleh Al-Kharashi

Designers of the Arabic fonts Al-Kharashi 52 (1993, based on AF_Hijaz-Normal), Al-Kharashi 65 (1993, based on JaridahItalic; said to have been done by Hisham Diab and Hassan Loutfy), Al-Kharashi 66 Koufi (1993, maybe a copy of Monotype Koufi Bold) and Al-Kharashi 20 (1993), which can be found here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rami Al-Kilani

Graduate student of typography at the University of Reading, 2005. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tom Alkim

Creator of the iFontMaker font Tom (2010, hand-printed, fat-fingered). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aya Al-Kotob

During her studies in Beirut in 2014, Aya Al-Kotob created experimental Latin and Arabic typefaces. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lauri Alku

Finnish outfit owning the rights to the font Nokia by Lauri Alku, 1990. [Google] [More]  ⦿

André Allaguy-Salachy

Commercial tattoo fonts. I can't figure this site out. At one point, access will cost you 1000 Euros, but wait, you'll get 50% off right now---that is only 500 Euros to access a site with useless fonts. The guy behind this is Tahiti-based Frenchman André Allaguy-Salachy. There appears to be *one* freeware font, China, but for that you need to register. At Fontspace, we find a number of their fonts for free, such as ATHREEDTOFFUGRADIENTASIAN (2010), ATHREEDTOFFUCUBIC (2010), ATHREEDTOFFUCUBICASIAN (2010), and ATHREEDTOFFUCUBICLOUPE (2010): these are interesting typefaces with a gray gradient. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Martin Allais

Graphic designer in Barcelona who makes extraordinary typographical posters. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anastasia Allakhverdova

Prolific art director in Moscow. Her work includes the fashion mag Latin/Cyrillic typeface Cadre (2014), the prismatic custom typeface Icon Face (2014, done for a make-up school) and a few other fashion industry fonts. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cherie Allan

Brisbane, Australia-based designer of a decorative layered or chromatic typeface in 2014. Cherie writes: Inspired by Palais du Louvre, Pierre Fontaine was known for Empire and Directoire style design and was responsible for restoring the Louvre-Tuileries complex under Charles X and Louis-Philippe until 1848. This work was done while Cherie was studying at Design College Australia. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bruno Allard

Roubaix-based photographer. At Behance, one can admire his psychedelic font Kubold (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Guillaume Allard

French graphic designer whose graduation thesis in 2010 contains Alphabet Formel [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mike Allard

Mike Allard (DeNada Industries, Gainesville, FL) is the designer in 1992 of many early shareware fonts. The text provided by DeNada: Founded by a grumpy fellow when some software installation actually required a company name in the registration line. DeNada Industries has grown to include one employee (aka Mike Allard). A producer of typefaces in their early years, De Nada has slowly undeveloped over the years to include the odd Theatre Flyer design for out-rageous amounts of money. Their advertising budget is so severely limited as to preclude your being aware of their existence except by sheer accident. DeNada Industries is one of the slowest growing non-corporate entities in all of North America encompassing a wide variety of activities including: Typeface creation, flyer design, theatrical scenic and lighting design (in conjunction with The Shumway Brothers Moving Company) and a wide variety of other activities that defy specific categorization despite the heroic efforts of our staff. Dafont link. His typefaces:

  • Script faces: Lauren Script, Heather (updated in 2000 by Mario Arturo), Kavaler Kursive, Machine Script, Juliet, Kelly Brown, E-Brant Script, Miss Brooks.
  • Sumdumgoi: a famous oriental simulation face.
  • The Celtic font Viking.
  • Blackletter faces: MikeAllard-PerryGothic.png, Kelly Ann Gothic.
  • Brush faces: Grauman, Striped-Brush,
  • Idiosyncratic faces: Alfred Drake, Joe Perry, Kurt Russell, Will Robinson.
  • Camelot De Nada (hairline serif).
  • Calligraphic: Romeo DN.
  • Scimitar2.

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

Sébastien Alleaume

Creator of Flabby Bums Handwriting (2009). Fontsy link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Geoff Alleger

Geoff Alleger lives near San Francisco, and was born in 1981. At Devian Tart, he designed a wonderful (but not downloadable) font, Imagination. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Charles Allen

Type designer of the photolettering era (1960s) who created the chiseled 3d typeface Sculpture. Nick Curtis's Haut Relief (2007) is based on this typeface. The African-themed Djibouti of Nick Curtis (2007) is based on West's African Queen, also a 1960s font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chris Allen

Designer at FontStruct in 2008 of Global Tall, Inverted Block 9x9, and Old Skool Blocks. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Earl Allen

Designer of Black Chancery (with Doug Miles, in 1993). See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Eric Allen

Creator of Amateur Comic (2012, fat finger face, done with iFontMaker) and Alligator Soap (2012, fat finger face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jon Allen

Illustrator and graphic designer in Chicago, IL. In 2012, he designed Hodgepodge SemiSerif, a modular typeface designerd with compass and ruler. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Justin Allen

Located in Oaxaca de Juarez, Mexico, Justin Allen (b. California) used FontStruct to created the tall skinny font Delgado (2013), which was inspired by public lettering in Oaxaca.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lewis Allen

During his design studies at the Arts University Bournemouth, Lewis Allen designed Ernesto (2013), an experimental typeface dedicated to Che Guevara. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mark Allen

Califoirnia-based [T-26] designer of Aurelius (1994, a spindly typeface ideal for dungeon party announcements), and Riot.

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

Rich Allen

Three Celtic knot fonts (truetype) by Rich Allen: Diagonal Knots, Vertical Knots, Horizontal Knots. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Corentin Allerdet

Based in the space industry capital of France, Toulouse, Corentin Allerdet designed the hairline futuristic typeface First Step Typo (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Robert Allgeyer

Robert Allgeyer's MusiQwik series of music fonts (2001-2008) is now hosted by me. In 2009, Allgeyer wrote: Welcome to my now-obsolete home page. In early 2009, I removed my web site from the Internet. I have done enough of it, and reached the stage in my life where I want to spend time doing other things. I have left this page for a couple of extra months, so that occasional visitors can find it, before I finally remove everything. I now live in Ormond Beach, Florida USA. Formerly, I was in Aptos, California USA. My name is prominent on the Internet due to my music fonts, fiction, essays, and travel comments. However, do not confuse me with the Midwestern jazz musician, the artist, the dancer, or any number of others with my same name. His free fonts besides MusiQwik and MusiSync, include Bongos, FretQwik, and MusiTone, all made in 2001. NWC Scriptorium has further fonts by him: NWslur (2002), Romital (2002, text font). In 2005, he added NoteHedz.

Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dave Allison

Creator of the original screen font Dala (no downloads). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jen Allison

Creator of Dotty Fold (2012, based on folded paper). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joe Allison

Joe Allison (Joseph Allison Graphic Design) is a UK-based FontStructor (student at Bristol UWE) who created Rebuild Metal, Newbuild Featherlight, Skylight, Newbuild, Picaresque, Newbuild Reflecto, Convention (a great experimental face), Newbuild Demi, Newbuild Bold, Newbuild Modular (octagonal), Familiar Face Inkjet, Familiar Face Grey (texture face) and The New Alphabet (a Wim Crouwel face) in 2008 and 2009. In 2010, he made Global Village (an organic grotesk). His blog. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Steve Allison

London-based designer of Swirl (2011), a typeface based on strings. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Florent Allouard

Designer of Stop Dead (2001), which can be downloaded here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mark Allred

Creator of the iFontMaker font Mark's Comic (2010, hand-printed). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jonathan Allsbrook

Photographer, designer, and musician in Spartanburg, SC. During his studies atAnderson University in Anderson, SC, he designed the octagonal typeface Keystone (2013).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Allsindar

Hjarta Smarta is a set of ornamental alphabets created in 2012 by Allsindar. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arieh Allweil

Israeli type designer at MasterFonts. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Ally

Australian designer who created the handwriting font Nifty (2007). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Qamari Ally

Specialist of fashion mag typefaces. Qamari Ally (Ultrabrain, Paris, France) made the delicately thin display types Luxurious (2011) and Qult (2011), and the high-contrast serif script typeface Transition (2011). He also did the grotesk display typeface Pli (2011). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bella Alma

Based in Quebec and born in 1994, Bella Alma created the pixel typeface What A Pity (2010, FontStruct). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sultan Almaktari

Located in Aden (Yemen), Sultan Almaktari (or Maqtari) created these Arabic fonts in 2003: Sultan-Medium, Sultan-bold, Sultan-koufi-Bold-2, Sultan-koufi-Bold, Sultan-koufi-circular, Sultan-koufi, Sultan-light, Sultan-light2, Sultan-musnad, Sultan-normal, Sultan-rectangle, Sultan Free. Download here. Sultan Maktari created the Arabic text typeface Sultan Free, which won the first prize for Arabic text type at Linotype's 1st Arabic Type Design Competition in April 2006. That typeface can be bought from Linotype. The web site was overhauled in 2009, and Sultan Fonts now offers both traditional and modern Arabic fonts. The list in 2009: Aden, Nada, Shamsan, Sultan, Sera, Balloon, Yemen, Noha, Maeen, Free, Mona, Nahia (2005, Linotype), Waddah, Sana'a, Hemear, Belqees, Mohammed, Hadramut, Mareb, Saba, Thuyazan, Zabeed, Mahra, Digital, Mobil, Ausan, Musnad, Ruqah.

List of typefaces as of 2013: Pumice (Latin / Arabic typeface family for text and screen), Sultan Hussein (angular, contains Latin as well), Sultan Aden-black, Sultan Alweeam, Sultan Change, Sultan Free, Sultan Hemear-black, Sultan Hemear-bold, Sultan Hemear-light, Sultan Kufi, Sultan Kufi2, Sultan Mareb, Sultan Mohammed, Sultan Nahia, Sultan Naskh, Sultan Naskh2, Sultan Qatar-Spirit, Sultan Shabwa, Sultan Shamsan, Sultan Tahrer, Sultan Thuyazan-Bold, Sultan Tihama, Sultan-naskh-Handwriting, Sultan Ruq'ah-Bold, Sultan Ruq'ah-Light, Sultan Ruq'ah-Regular.

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

Gad Almaliach

Israeli type designer who created these Hebrew faces at Masterfont: Hagedi MF (2002). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Gad Alman

Israeli type designer at MasterFonts. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Mario Almaraz

Born in Monterrey, Mexico, in 1989, Mario Almaraz designed the prismatic art deco poster typeface New York in 2012.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ali Almasri

Ali Almasri is the Zarqa, Jordan-based designer (b. 1986) of the experimental faces X-Fire (2006), Relaxic (2005) and Graphiro (2005). He set up the typefoundry Abjad. His typefaces include Swissra (2014, a Swiss sans-styled Arabic typeface) and Gerlaneu (2006, a 6-style octagonal and geometric family). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Abdullah Naser Al Mawash

Designer of the Arabic font Al Mawash Shatt Al-Arab. Download here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ana Maria Almeida

Sao Paulo-based designer of Tamir Sans (2012), a display typeface that was created during her graphic design studies. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ana Rita Almeida

Porto, Portugal-based creator of the calligraphic typeface Violeta (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Filipe Almeida

Graphic designer at BMT London.

In 2014, Ricardo Martins, Filipe Almeida and Curtis White codesigned the ray-lit 3d Balloon typeface (2014), which must have been a technical tour de force. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Leonor Almeida

During his studies in Caldas da Reinha, Portugal, Leonor Almeida created the typeface Ti Ilda (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lucas Almeida

Lucas Almeida is also known as Lucas Perdidaão. He is a Brazilian web developer and art director located in Londrina. Behance link.

Creator of the free grid-based art deco typeface Bobber (2012, in ai format; developed with Dmitry Goloub). In 2014, he and Dmitry Goloub finished Alpine. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mariana Almeida

FontStructor who made the gridded tablecloth typeface Offshoot (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marshall Almeida

Illustrator and animator who graduated from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Creator of the beautiful iFontMaker fonts De Pooches and De Pooches Lite (2010, sketched). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Simao Almeida

Lisbon-based designer (b. Brazil, 1977) of Digital Circuit (2013), a typeface inspired by pieces of a subway map.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joaquin Alme

FontStructor who made Code (2011, stencil face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nathan Almeras

Calligrapher, letterer, photographer and graphic designer in Tours, France, who created the display typeface family Helixo (2014) and the poster typeface family Smoby (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

M. Almer

Designer in 1999 of the children's handwriting font Mellop. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adriel Almirol

Designer (b. 1979, San José, CA) who made the graffiti typeface Hypografic (2010) and the fingerpainted typeface Fingerlinger (2012).

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

Ali Almithaly

Graphic designer in Sanaa, Yemen. Creator of several Arabic typefaces in 2013: Rabi4a, Suhali, Aqeeq (Zakdesign, free), Alfarooq, Bon Font.

In 2014, he created Sheba. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bassam Al-Mohammadi

Riyadh-based designer of the Arabic font Bassam Ostorah (2000). Download here or here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Meshari Al-Muhaini

Designer in Qurtoba, Kuwait, b. 1988. Flickr page. In 2010, he designed Dots and Lines. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Areej Alnahdi

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia-based designer of Eid Free (2014, an arabic typeface). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hasan Alnajdi

Graphic designer in Kuwait who created an Arabic typeface in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tiziana Alocci

Tiziana Alocci (Milan) created an interesting parametric font in 2012 called Trapezifont. She writes: Trapezifont is a parametric font created in FontLab through the programming language Python. The glyphs were not drawn in a traditional way, with the Bezier curves but writing the codes inside the edit macro of FontLab. Trapezifont works according to one variable included between 0 and 100 that can be set at will. Once set the script the font is re-drawn as to the variable given changing the value of the tapering of each glyph. She is pursuing a masters degree in Communication Design at the Politecnico of Milan. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Geetika Alok

Geetika Alok is a graphic designer and works on projects in London and India. She graduated from the Royal College of Art with an MA in Communication, Art&Design and had previously completed her Bachelor's degree from the National Institute of Design with specialisation in Graphic Design. With Henrik Kubel, she designed the typeface India (2011).

In 2011, she created the absolutely fantastic ornamental caps typeface Saudade, which consists of overlapping circles. She writes: Poster for a talk of Marina Willer. Saudade is the most beautiful word in Brazilian Portuguese. It means something a bit like nostalgia. Typeface: In collaboration with Henrik Kubel.

Maya (2011) and Sea Shells (2011) are typefaces that were inspired by Indian architecture.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alonglongtime

Hong-Kong-based designer of Half Type (2012).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alexandra Alonso

Designer at BA Graphics of Chicken Feet (2007). She was 11 years old whebn she drew this---the typeface was digitized by her grandfather Bob Alonso (1946-2007) who lived in the Bronx in New York. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Cinthia Alonso

Graduate from FADU, University of Buenos Aires, who created the Fraktur typeface Blackwidow (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ernesto Alonso

Mexican graphic designer who created the condensed monoline sans family Ipanema (2012, Ten Dollar Fonts), which has a multiline weight, Ipanema Sport. He also made the piano key typeface Nueva Letra (2012, Ten Dollar Fonts) and Roubaix (2013, a squarish family named after the movie music score composer François Roubaix).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Estefania Alonso

Buenos Aires-based designer of some poster typefaces in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Luis Alonso

Luis studied Graphic Design at ESDI (Ramón Llull University) and earned his Masters degree in Advanced Typography at Escola Eina (Autonomous University of Barcelona). Since 2006 he has worked from Plam on various projects related to, above all, corporate identity and editorial design. He is working as a type designer, along with Ricardo Santos and Charlie Zinno, with whom he founded in 2011 the type design collective Tiponautas. With Santos, he designed the techno sans families Lab Slab Pro (2011) and Lab Sans Pro (2011).

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

Octavio Alonso

Graphic designer in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Creator of the display typeface Revolver (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Robert Alonso

Bob Alonso (b. Bronx, NY, 1946, d.2007), the founder of BA Graphics in 1994, is an American typographer who designed Damage Control (1993, grunge), Mango Gothic (1991), Pimento (1998), Shooby (1992), Pink Mouse (1992, psychedelic), Tequila (1992, a bouncy play on Didot), Alex (1996, child's hand), Chicken Soup (1993), PC Gothic (2005), Rust Bucket (1994), ITC Aftershock (1996), ITC Outback (1997), ITC Serengetti (1996), ITC Ziggy (1997), Gusto Black (2003), Vinchenso (2003), Blog (2007, 1890's style display egyptian), Nine One One BA (2007, grunge). He also designed the clean handwriting typeface Zipty Do, Serendipity (2006), CEO Roman (2007), Paladium Gothic (2007, a sans), Snip Tuck (1994, a headline face), Rancho Grande (1995), Radiance Brush (1997, a casual brush script), and Sahara Bodoni (1996). 33 years of experience at NewYork's Photo Lettering, and specializing to some extentv in calligraphic script faces, but not exclusively so. BA Graphics was located in Chester, NY, and later in Toms River, NJ, and now sells its fonts through MyFonts.

The complete list: ITC Aftershock, Alexandra Script (a formal script), Allure, Alons Antique, Alons Classic, Angular, Animated Gothic, Barnboard, Bedrock, Bodoni Roma (1993), Cabernet Sauvignon (2007, a take on Didot---I can't believe BA Graphics trademarked this name!), Cafe Aroma, California Sans, Calafragalistic (1992), Caslon Manuscript (1992), Champ Ultra (1995, Western billboard font), Chunky Monkey, Cookie Dough, Crackers, Crescent, Down Under, Elegante, Elephant Bells, Ellington Manor, Equate (1993), Extreme (chalk writing, 1996), Felicity Script, Flix, Freaky Friday Extreme, French Vanilla, Galactic, Geo (2000), Granny Smith, Gusto Black, Headline Gothic, High Intensity, Island Sans, Italian Didot, Kresson Black, Linear Gothic, Lorraine Script, Mardi Gras, Mega (1993, a fat mini-spurred didone), Milano, Nightmare, ITC Outback, Pecos, Ravenwood, Red Dawg, Relaxed Fit, Richmond Hill, Road Gothic (1996), Robertson, Senegal, ITC Serengetti, Shazam, Sign Gothic Bold Condensed, Slam Dunk, Sleepy Hollow, Swank Gothic, Title Gothic Light, Torino Modern, Triumph Gothic, Vinchenso Regular, Wackado, Yakety Yak (1994), Zany, ITC Ziggy, Zipty Do, Queen of Hearts (1991, script), Steel Magnolias (1995, blackletter family), Steeplechase (1992, wild West saloon font), Waimea (1992, poster font), Black Rising (2006, a black military style face), Summer Nights (1993, script), Sugar Shack (1995, curly script), Beaches and Cream (1996, a sans turned into a connected script), Jr High (1994, sports lettering).

Alonso Flair with its flared pants (2008) and Squat (2011, a stunted black wood style face) were started by Alonso, but finished after his death by John Bomparte, who wrote this obituary: Throughout his career at the legendary Photo-Lettering, Inc. (one that spanned four decades), Bob created original typefaces and tailored type by modifying, revising and filling out families, fashioning pieces of type for hand-lettered jobs, as well as being involved with the updating of a number of well-known logotypes. Bob was blessed with natural teaching abilities; and those in social and professional circles who had the good fortune to know him considered him not just a type designer but a mentor and a friend. As one such person close to him put it, he was a "graphic technician... back when computers were not even in site for graphic arts, he would take on any intricate&complex graphic project that others would shy away from and come up with a solution that achieved a masterpiece. I'll always remember someone saying 'this can't be done' and Bob saying let me see it and a short time later, there it was --done&perfect. I would like to think that attitude rubbed off on me. Along with this gift for teaching and explaining the complex, Bob exhibited a level of professionalism that was unsurpassed. A number of years ago when the need came to make the transition from the traditional to digital way of creating fonts, he rose to the challenge admirably. Towards the last few years of Photo-Lettering, Bob played a vital role in the conversion to digital, of many of the typefaces within the collection, notably those fonts that carry the prefix PL. More recently, Bob Alonso released several fonts through ITC, Adobe and his independent foundry, BA Graphics. Bob was on the cutting edge of his best work, and in the circumstance of his untimely passing, left a measure of unfinished designs. However, the spirit of his typographic talents and his fine sense of humor lives on through the many much-loved, and popular fonts he has left us: fonts such as Cookie Dough, Equate, Elephant Bells and Pink Mouse, to name a few.

The final font listing at MyFonts: ITC Aftershock, Alex, Alexandra Script, Allure, Alons Antique, Alons Classic, Alonso Flair, Angular, Animated Gothic, Bad Boy, Barnboard, Bedrock, Bodoni Roma, Brawn, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cafe Aroma, Calafragalistic, California Sans, Cedar Key, CEO Roman, Champ Ultra, Chardonnay, Chicken Feet, Chicken Soup, Chunky Monkey, Clearmont, Coffee Black, Cookie Dough, Crescent, Deco Inline, Deep Rising (2006, constructivist), Down Under, Elegante, Elephant Bells, Ellington Manor, Equate, Extreme, Fashion Didot, Felicity Script, Flix, Fraggle, Freaky Friday Extreme, French Vanilla, Galactic, Geo, Grandeur, Granny Smith, Gusto Black, Hatari, Headline Gothic, High Intensity, Island Sans, Italian Didot, Jr High, Ka Boink, Ker Pow, Key West, Klingon, Kresson Black, Linear Gothic, Lorraine Script, Malibu Heights, Manchester, Mardi Gras, Mega, Metro Gothic, Milano (2004, a didone face), Mission Hills, National Gothic, Nightmare, Oh Sweet Pea, ITC Out of the Fridge, ITC Outback, Paladium Gothic, PC Gothic, Pecos, Pink Mouse, Queen Of Hearts, Radiance Brush, Rancho Grande, Range Gothic, Ravenwood, Relaxed Fit, Road Gothic, Robertson, Rust Bucket, S&L Gothic, Sahara Bodoni, Senegal, Serendipity, ITC Serengetti, Shadow Gothic, Shangrala, Shazam, Shore Bodoni, Sign Gothic Bold Condensed, Slam Dunk, Sleepy Hollow, Sleezy, Snaggle, Snip Tuck, South Beach, Spice, Steel Magnolias, Steeplechase, Summer Nights, Swank Gothic, Tequila, Thats Amore, Title Gothic Light, Triple Condensed Gothic, Triumph Gothic, Vinchenso Regular, Wackado, Waimea, Wall Street Gothic, Wonka (1996, named after Willy Wonka), Yakety Yak, Zany, ITC Ziggy, Zipty Do.

FontShop link. Klingspor link.

View Bob Alonso's typefaces. View the BA Graphics typeface collection. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Majid Al-Otaibi

Designer of the Arabic fonts AdvertisingBold, AdvertisingExtraBold, AdvertisingLight, AdvertisingMedium, M-Unicode-Abeer, M-Unicode-Dawlat, M-Unicode-Diala, M-Unicode-Hadeel, M-Unicode-Noora, M-Unicode-Sara, M-Unicode-Sima, M-Unicode-Susan, M-Unicode-Wafa, khalaad-AL-Dorrh, khalaad-Abeer, khalaad-Dawlat, khalaad-Diala, khalaad-Hadeel, khalaad-Noora, khalaad-Sara, khalaad-Sima, khalaad-Susan, khalaad-Wafa, khalaad-al-arabeh-2. They can be downloaded here and here. See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sinan Alpaslan

Istanbul-based graphic designer. Behance link. He created the organic typeface Sharp (2011). Poster entitled Kuresel is anma (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ahmet Alper

Izmir, Turkey-based designer of Flora Sans (2013) and Slice Sans (2013).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mercan Alper

Or Mercan Cebe. Graphic designer in Ankara, Turkey, who studied at Gazi University. She created the free hand-drawn typeface family Meryjane (2014) and the slightly irregular Korra (2014).

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

Mada Al Rawahi

Muscat, Oman-based designer of the techno (Latin) typeface Sklide (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Muhammed Geffir Al-Ridha

Indonesian designer (b. 1992) of Trifont (2011), a purely geometric counterless experiment.

Dafont link. Muhammed lives in Bandung. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ali Alrikabi

Arabic font designer with a penchant for logotype. Examples: i, ii, iii, iv, v. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adrien Alrivie

French type and graphic designer. His typefaces include Adrianistique, Ad Scriptum, Coffea and Ixoxi (logotype). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hamid Al-Saadi

A calligraphic Arabic typeface with over 3000 glyphs, by Diwan Software. "Mishafi contains more than three thousand shapes, making it possible for the first time to compose proper Quranic calligraphy with all their shapes, markings and recitation symbols. It is also most suitable to compose traditional text of Hadith and commentary texts in respectable form. Both classic and modern Arabic poetry can be presented by it in clear and elegant formats." The typeface was designed by the acclaimed Iraqi calligrapher Hamid Al-Saadi (b. Baghdad, 1955), and won the Type Directors Club 2000 award. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ardwan AlSabti

Designer in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Behance link. In 2011, he made the squarish typeface Mandaicana, about which he writes: Mandaicana is one of the few Mandaic type[faces] which exist in the world. Mandaic, the most Southeastern Aramaic dialect spoken in antiquity in Babylonia (Mesene, Characene, Khuzistan), reflects similarities to Jewish Babylonian Aramaic, both belonging to the Eastern Middle Aramaic branch. Although most scholars located the origin of the baptizing community in the East Jordan regions (Mark Lidzbarski, Rudolf Macuch, Kurt Rudolph) the Mandaeans are considered to spent a large part of their still controversial and mysterious history alongside the big rivers (Euphrates, Tigris, Karunriver) in the southern borderland between present-day Iraq and Iran. This was followed by Englaiscana (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kholoud Al-Sada

Qatar-based designer of the Arabic typeface Indimaaj (2012), which combines the modernity of the contemporary Arabic typeface, and the originality of the geometric Kufic style. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ibrahim Alsafady

Gaza-based designer of the Arabic typeface Alaa (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kelly-Laila Al-Saleh

London-based creator of a piano key custom typeface for Scout: The Trends Intelligence magazine in 2011. The typeface is called Scout. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Eyad Al-Samman

Eyad Al-Samman is a graphic designer, typographer, photographer, translator, and a freelance literary journalist. He was born in Sana'a city, Yemen, in 1976. Eyad has a Bachelor's Degree in electrical engineering. He started working as a graphic designer in 1999. His first typeface is Concordia (2005, a squarish techno typeface that was named after the university in Montreal where he studied). Sherbrooke (2009), a free pair of sans serif fonts, is named after Sherbrooke Street in Montreal (Luc's home...).

Creator of Samman (2011, Arabic), Castile (2011, kufic style), Nasser (2010), Zawiya (2008).

In 2012, he made Eyadish (Latin and Cyrillic): Eyadish is specifically designed for commercial, educational, cultural, and social purposes related to infants, babies, kids, and children, Loyolliams (2012, squarish, a renamed version of Concordia) and Alfarooq (2013). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Wahba Alsawaf

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia-based designer of the Arabic typeface Lughat Aldhad (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mouneer Al-Shaarani

Arab type designer who has embarked on a project with Lucas De Groot to design some Arabic fonts that fit de Groot's designs. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mohammad Al Shalfan

Designer of these Arabic fonts: Mohammad-Dawlat (1996), Mohammad-Laha (1996), mohammad bold art 1 (2001). Download here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Haneen Al Sharif

Doha, Qatar-based designer of the Arabic typeface Qatra (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aisha Al Shibli

Oman-based designer of the Latin typeface Curvy (2014, modular). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Abdallah Alsholi

Saida, Lebanon-based designer of Transmission Font (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nada Al-Siyabi

Student in Muscat, Oman, in 2013. Creator of an Arabic typeface (2013) and of two Arabic simulation (Latin) typefaces, Islamic Font (2013) and Omani Khanjar Font (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ted Alspach

Designer of famous freeware/shareware fonts RansomNote and LeftyCasual. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Claudia Altavilla

Italian graphic designer who is based in Fragagnano. In 2013, she designed the cursive typeface Female and the display typeface Oskar Kokoschka.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Robert Altemus

Altemus Creative Services sells dingbat fonts by Robert Altemus from New York, NY: Your premiere source for digital decorative fonts. Their commercial dingbats are sold by MyFonts. Partial list: AltemusBirds, AltemusBorders 1 through 4 (1992; Borders 4 containss pointing hands and flourishes), AltemusBursts 1 through 4, Altemus Bursts 1 through 4 (2002, contains snowflakes), AltemusChecks, AltemusChecksTwo, AltemusCorners, AltemusCrosses, AltemusCuts, AltemusCutsThree, AltemusCutsTwo, AltemusFlowers, AltemusHands, AltemusHolidaysOne, AltemusKitchen, AltemusPinwheels (1996), AltemusPointers, AltemusRays, AltemusRaysBold, AltemusRoughcuts, AltemusRounds, AltemusRules, AltemusSecurity, AltemusShields, AltemusSpirals, AltemusSpiralsBold, AltemusSpiralsBoldItalic, AltemusSpiralsItalic, AltemusSquares, AltemusStars 1 through 3, AltemusSuns, AltemusSunsBold, AltemusToolKit (2 fonts), Altemus Web Icons, EuropaArabesque, Games (cards, domino), Games 2 (mahjong, chess), Sports (balls), Sports 2, Leaves 1 and 2. Catalog, part I, part II. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Friedrich Althausen

Potsdam, Germany-based designer (b. 1981) who studied Media Systems (Informatics) and Visual Communication at the Bauhaus University Weimar and is working as a freelance designer since 2008. Creator of the free fonts Vollkorn-Brotschrift (2006, text face), Elise Meincke logotype (didone), and Halbstark (2006, a fancy display face). Vollkorn microsite for the most recent downloads. Vollkorn supports many scripts, including Latin and Cyrillic. In 2014, Vollkorn 3.0 was published.

In 2014, he published the thin but striking fashion mag and all caps titling typeface Uberschrift at FDI.

Behance link. Kernest link. Old URL. Interview with Friedrich Althausen. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Belen Altieri

Graphic designer in Pilar, Argentina, who created the quaint typeface Courbe in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Allen Altinbas

Creator of the free ornamental typeface One Piece (2006). See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yurdaer Altintas

Turkish graphic and type designer, b. 1935. He created many posters. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mark Altman

German designer of Ruzicka LH Freehand for Linotype Hell in 1993, together with Ann Chaisson. This typeface was based on an original by Rudolph Ruzicka from 1936. FontShop link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Björn Altmann

Creator of the medium-weight slab serif ClarendoNeoPro (2009, URW++). URW++ writes: German designer Björn Altmann studied all existing versions of Clarendon and their sources and found that these Clarendons, originally designed for text sizes, do not satisfy today's typographic needs, such as banner ads, city light posters, blow-ups and etc. Hence, we do need a ClarendoNeo! [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Lukas Manuel Altmann

During his design studies in München, Germany, Lukas Manuel Altmann created the Cross typeface (2014), which is based on the proporetions of a cross. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cathrin Altmeyer

Saarbrücken, Germany-based designer of the rounded sans typeface Glow (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Claire Altomari

Graphic designer in Brooklyn, NY. Behance link. Creator of the display poster typeface Stay True Chief (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brett Alton

Brett Alton from Peterborough, ON, is a graduate in computer science from Trent University. He created the Open Font Library handwriting font Brett Font (2007). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ahmet Altun

Turkish type designer (b. 1964) in Izmir who sells through MyFonts. He graduated from Hacettepe University in 1989.

In 2010, he created Dopamin (a high-contrast display sans), Square Comic, and Nilish (monoline geometric display sans).

In 2011, Ahmet created the art deco chic family Turquoise, the techno sans family Altuna Sans, the semi-hand-printed Shirin, and the organic and elliptical monoline sans family Deria Sans. Sterk (2011) is a legible and open masculine sans family. Glode (2011) is a masculine geometric sans family. Calligra (2011) is an elegant almost calligraphic flared sans. Ephesus (+Shadow) is a caps-only titling sans family. Tillom (2011) is an elegant decorative face. Ondule (2011) is a horizontally-striped texture face. Brounde (2011) is a rounded monoline slab family. Eggy (2011) is a monoline sans display typeface with slightly shaky outlines. Uno (2011) is an organic display face. The dispay sans Veberk (2011) has contrast and style.

Typefaces made in 2012: Halis Grotesque, Uneven (a bold poster typeface family), Ferforje (curly all caps face), Daphne (a hand-drawn all caps poster family), Mancho (a stylish caps only sans family), Cillop (elliptical sans), Typonil (elliptical sans), Omar (squarish poster font), Gulyesa Script (a beautiful informally hand-printed poster typeface), Smyrna (hand-printed poster face).

Typefaces from 2013: Minik (a great hand-drawn typeface with tall ascenders and descenders), Festivo Letters (a popular hand-made layered font system with 19 fonts numbered No1 through No19; see also Festivo LC, 2014, which has new sketches, shadows and ornaments), Halis Rounded, Troia (a flexible sans family).

Typefaces from 2014: Harman (a 7-style hand-drawn collection of retro poster fonts), Akon (hand-drawn poster family), Minimo (geometric organic minimalist sans family in four weights).

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

Serdar Altunoglu

Turkish web writer and philosophy student based in Ankara. He created the sturdy octagonal typeface Okula Hayir in 2012. He also made the fat finger font Elif Sans Herif (2012). In 2013, Okula Hayir Soft followed.

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

B.J. Alumbaugh

OSC Type Foundry, or Oscillating Type Foundry, located in Knoxville, TN, was started by B. J. Alumbaugh.

In 2012, OSC published Italian Throwback 3D (shadow), Italian Throwback Outline, and Italian Throwback Fill, in the style of the Italian Western typefaces of the late 19th century. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Ana Alvarado

Monterrey, Mexico-based creator of the curly sea snail-inspired AI-format typeface Mood Board (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brandon Alvarado

Iowa-based typographer and graphic design who was born in California. He created Brodovitch (2011), a fashion mag modern decorative typeface based on Alexey Brodovitch's 1951 typeface Al-Bro. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carolina Alvarado

Carolina graduated from Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana de Santiago de Chile in 2007. For the type design course there, she created the slightly grungy outline typeface Bicifont. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jessica Alvarenga

American designer of the rounded typeface GROFLZ (2011). No downloads. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adolfo Álvarez

Chilean designer who created the fat rounded typeface Rumbo (2009, Tipos de Cartagua) while studying type design at the University of Chile. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alberto Alvarez

Madrid-based designer of Fusion (2014, a 3d font), Black (2014, an alchemic typeface) and Magma (2014, an experimental geometric typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aldo Alvarez

Aldo Alvarez's outfit, part of the Chank Army. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Angel Alvarez

Graphic designer from Valencia, Spain. He has a site with Spanish and Catalan language type material, including an interview with Fred Smeijers and the history of typefounding in Valencia. He is working on the stone and garden inspired Lhorta (2007). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cristina Alvarez

Graduate from FADU, University of Buenos Aires, who created the typeface Peperina (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Florencia Alvarez

Florencia Alvarez (Bling Studio, Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a graphic designer and illustrator. She created the powerful classical condensed didone-based headline typeface Fleurs du Mal in 2014. A free download is promised soon. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Julieta Alvarez

Creator of the ornamental display typeface Moliere (2011) while she was studying at FADU UBA in Buenos Aires. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Katya Alvarez

Katya graduated from Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana de Santiago de Chile in 2007. For the type design course there, she created the display typeface Rapa Nui which tries to revive the spirit of a mythical figure, Hombre Pájaro. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kylee Alvarez

During her graphic design studies at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS, Kylee Alvarez created the sci-fi typeface Orbit (2013). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

J.W. Alvarez Smith

Student of Graphic & Web Design at DMACC (Des Moines Area Community College). FontStructor who made Emma Witchson (2012, alchemic typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Steven Alvarez

Atlanta, GA-based designer of the prismatic caps typeface Rhizome Alphabet Song (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tania Alvarez Zaldivar

Talented Mexican graphic designer and digital artist (b. 1985) who was based in Montreal but is now back in Mexico City. She pushed the boundaries of experimental typography with creations like Fabric Type (2009), which was developed at Concordia University in Montreal, where she obtained a BFA in design in 2009. She continued her studies at EINA in Barcelona, graduating in 2010.

Her early typefaces: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | Sukkhos (Mr. Softie) | Overseas Type (2010, done at Concordia University in Montreal) | Moda Barcelona (2011).

In 2010, she designed the map face Cartola, which grew out of a project at EINA in Barcelona and is based on Mrs Eaves. Mar 34 (2011) designed exclusively for the identity of Estruch, a restaurant located at the Plaza of the Cathedral in downtown Barcelona. The project was made in collaboration with Raquel Quevedo, who used the typeface for designing a graphic system for the identity. Both the face&the graphic design are based on postal service paraphernalia. Momo (2011) is a typeface that is developed based on the concepts of dada by El Lissitsky&Kurt Schwitters.

In 2013, she graduated from the Type & Media program at KABK in Den Haag with a text typeface called Botanica that is geared towards scientific publications.

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

Cecilia Álvaro

Graduate from FADU, University of Buenos Aires, who created the typeface Noville (2008), which beams gothic cathedrals and purple cardinals. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ruddy Alva

During his studies in Lima, Peru, Ruddy Alva created the ornamental typeface Vertage (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Matthias Alvebring

Swedish photographer, b. 1976. Creator of the hand-printed typeface Alve (2013).

Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bárbara Alves

Graduate from Portugal who obtained a Masters degree from KABK, Den Haag. She designed the Dialogue type family for screen reading. [Google] [More]  ⦿

André Themoteo Alves Correa

André Themoteo Alves\0Correa is a Brazilian type designer whose foundry in Rio de Janeiro is MMC Typodrome, est. 2013. MMC was originally a clan of graffiti artists. His first typeface is the Escher-inspired Penrose Geometric (2013). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Danilo Alves

Designer in Sao Paulo. In 2011, Danilo created an unnamed avant-garde sans face. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fabricio Alves

Fabricio Alves is Café Cult, but he also is Fcraft. In 2010, this Brazilian designer and culture hound created the free rounded faces Fcraft Borgo and Fcraft Borgo Dark, the latter being counterless. He also made Fcraft Smallpix (2009), Basica (2010, squarish) and Fcraft Sidarta (2010). Great web page, by the way.

Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jackson Alves

Jackson Alves (Type Curitiba foundry) is a Brazilian graphic and type designer, illustrator and teacher. He also designs exclusive lettering for clients around the world.

In 2012, he published the pointy calligraphic typeface Bispo---free at MyFonts and at Fontspring. Bispo Pro (2013) is available from MyFonts. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Joana Alves

Lisbon-based designer of the round neogrotesque slabbish typeface Missanga (2013), which was a school project. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Margarida Alves

During her studies at the University of Aveiro, Margarida Alves (Porto, Portugal) created the sans typeface Clemente (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Luiza Alves

Belo Horizonte, Brazil-based designer of a hipster school project font in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mauricio Alves

Designer in Sao Paulo. During his studies at SENAC in 2011, he created a hand-printed typeface called Messtype for subtitles of a children's magazine. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nuno Alves

Nuno Pedro Soares Alves (b. 1978, Lisbon) is the FontStructor who made Terramoto (2010), an earthquake font.

In 2012, he went commercial as UFF Portugal, located in Tomar. His commercial typefaces include Branca Poster (2012: a high-contrast fat didone poster family), and Shearman STD (2012: a rounded octagonal typeface). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Vinicius Alves

During his studies at Senac in Sao Paulo, Vinicius Alves created the foliate typeface Brocolis (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Wagner Alves

Graphic designer in Criciuma and Florianopolis, Brazil, b. 1989. Creator of the monoline avant garde sans typeface Caos Light (2010), the handrprinted Mierda (2011), and the minimalist organic typeface Nawger Sans (2011). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Amjad Hussain Alvi

Amjad Hussain Alvi (Alvi Technologies, Pakistan) makes available a free Urdu font, Alvi Nastaleeq (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Layal Al Wazzan

Graduate of Lebanese American University in Beirut, Lebanon. Graphic designer in Beirut who created the Bellow Straw typeface for Latin and Arabic in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Asym Aly

Karachi, Pakistan-based designer of an untitled display typeface in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Clare Alyce

Wisconsin-based designer (b. 1987) of Love You Long Time, BLINGladash, Clare's-Special-Sauce, Could-Be-Infected, Got-Ballz, Retro-Stylee, Scrapbooking-Special, Sooper-Cool and stellar-handwriting, all handwriting fonts made in 2007. She also made the western look font WANTED-Dead-Or-Alive! (2007) and the script font Love You Long Time (2007). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Camilo Alzate Duque

Camilo Alzate is from Medellin, Colombia. In 2012, he graduated from the type design program at FADU UBA (University of Buenos Aires), where his graduation work consisted of the informal typeface Sabrosa (2012).

In 2013, he created the warm text typeface Colemica.

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

Yazeed Alzoubi

Jordanian designer of the Latin sans typeface Mool Boran (2013). He is located in Irbid. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Emiliano Amadei

Ponta Grossa, Parana, Brasil-based inddustrial designer. Creator of the stencil typeface New Stencil (2006) and the graffiti typeface StreetBlok (2006). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bráulio Amado

Portuguese type designer who lives in Almada. He created the octagonal typeface No Manners (2010). His foundry at MyFonts.

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

Filipa Amado

During her studies in Lisbon, Filipa Amado created the connect-the-dots typeface Metro (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pedro Reis Amado

Started and maintained by Portugal-born Pedro Amado, who teaches in the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University Porto, the LiveType Project focuses on the development of complete Fonts using Fontforge. This project aims that everyone involved can and will learn more about typography and type developing in a collaborative method. It will provide the fonts and the font files regularly to users, developers and anyone with an interest in type. They are working on their first font. On Typophile, the question came up regarding the use of the (free) FontForge software rather than the commercial FontLab editor. Amado's reply and additional points:

  • 1. No third party. One of the main directives of this project is to ALWAYS keep it on an Open [Source] Basis so we don't depend on third party, commercial solutions.
  • 2. Open Source. I really believe in the future of Open Source Software. Bear with me for a moment - I work as a Design Tecnhician in a Fine-Arts Faculty in Portugal. As you might know, our public education system doesn't have that much money. The ones who do are usefull courses/faculties like engineering So this situation leaves us with obsolete growing, underdeveloped, non-market responsive solutions. All this because people who are running the system are spending money in vaious stupid ways. If you are familiar with Manuel Castells' opinions, you might agree that one way to promote a better future is through the use of Open Source solutions. In a very practical way, save some money to invest on more important things - enter Linux & Open Source Software, hence the use of Fontforge. Take the case of our neighbours, the spanish region of Estremadura. The public education system developed their own personalized, scaled to needs Linux Distro - Linex - that they implemented on the whole school system. It worked and the savings were huge! Brasil and some regions in Africa and India are also taking on similar initiatives I know these are difficult to implement solutions, and calculating the costs arent this simple. But this takes to me next point.
  • 3. Training. Imlementing this cost saving solutions means taking on a higher maitenance cost and further system administration - hey! I work on an University arent Universities supposed to promote knowlegde? How about using these systems, develop them, teach students howto, and then coming full circle when students start to use them in their professional lives and saving money to companies etc Nevertheless students should be also trained on the tools that the market needs - so teaching commercial tools and practices is also necessary. So the perfect solution would be to train students how to do it independently of the tools. So as a member of a Faculty I feel its my obligation to start using this systems, and start promoting them (along with commercial and established solutions). The LiveType Project is exactly this - I want to show people that is possible to use the free, open source solutions to learn how to do it with professional quality. And talking about learning
  • 4. Collaboration. The fact that they learn how to do it on a Linux platform, or on a Mac platform or on a Win platform doesn't affect what they learn. This is really it. I don't consider myself a type designer Im just an amateur typographer and type designer whanabe, so I also want to learn how to type design better, who knows if I grow to be good at it? I also want to learn no matter the platform. I also want to learn and knowlege should be acquired in a Free, Open Source Collaborative way! Things work out better if we collaborate with each other.
In 2005, this project morphed into Typeforge. Speaker at ATypI 2010 in Dublin. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joana Amador

Brazilian type designer who works at Tipos do aCaso. Her fonts include the children's handwriting font Toinho, designed with Renata Faccenda. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jorge Amador

Designer at FontStruct in 2008 of wot-eva, Fatso Forgotso, and Origami (great!).

In 2012, he created the script display typeface JdS. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rie Amaki

New York and Pasadena, CA-based designer of the display family Hierarchy, which won an award at the TDC2 2001 competition (Type Directors Club). Rie studied with Jens Gehlhaar at the Art Center College of Design. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rafael Amambahy

Brazilian designer of a pixel font in 2011. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel Amann

German designer at Fontkitchen Type Foundry of Cosicon (2003, dingbats) and Obivan (2004). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Muneo Amano

Muneo Amano's fonts are sold through Font Pavilion: the Nohofont family (1998) includes Cat's White, Cat's Black (cats take the shape of letters), Crayon (alphabet, katakana, hiragana), Rakugaki (child's dingbats), Usamoji. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aaron Amar

Aaron Amar (Quezon City, The Philippines) created an ancient Filipino script font, Malibata (2014, FontStruct). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ana Leticia Amaral

Using iFontMaker, Ana Leticia Amaral created Leca (2011, fat finger face). At the Universidade Federal de Santa Maria in Santa Maria, Brazil, she created the wonderful warm text typeface Nicole (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Erika Amaral

Belem, Brazil-based Fontstructor who made Geom Type (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Flavia Amaral

Graphic design student at UEMG in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. During her studies in 2012, she designed the hairline typeface Skinny Heels. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jeruel Aaron Amar

Designer from Quezon City, The Philippines, who used FontStruct in 2008 to make Pointers and Pointersoft (pixel arrow fonts), Eleaves, AcidSpeed, Parallelofont (octagonal), Missing Block, Acid Square, The First Font, Danubee (organic), Thorns, ReilyBill Richkid, Tabloid, StillAliveForNow, StillAlive, and The Curve.

In 2009, he added Unbranded, Nokia 6000, Quickening, Bump it up, Corte (3d shadow face), Unbranded, Piloton (techno; +Piloton G, 2012), Tahoma (pixel family), Raft, Paper Company (octagonal), Afro Style, Arko, 7th Service (stencil), Thorns, and Afro Superstar.

In 2012, he created Afro Superstar, Malibata Neue, a modernized and simplified Baybayin/Alibata (ancient Filipino writing), Gumball. In 2014, he designed the free gravestone typeface Furgatorio.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Moshe Amar

Israeli type designer. Creator of the paint drip Hebrew typeface Tipot (2010, Masterfont), Plateau MF (2010, Hebrew signage face), Amar MF (1986, Masterfont). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Samara Amat

Design student at the City College of New York. She created the smooth modular display typeface Chynna Cali (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marco Amaya

Designer in San Salvador, El Salvador. Creator of the geometric typeface Cubo (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nestor Amaya

Bogota, Colombia-based creator of Shooter (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Santiago Amaya

Designer and illustrator in Barcelona and/or Bogota, Colombia, aka Xato.

Creator of the spiky hexagonal typeface Uglymann (2012). The octagonal typeface Crwell (2014) was designed on a rhombic grid.

Dafont link. Behance link. Cargo collective link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fritz L. Amberger

Artist and printer, 1899-1950. He designed Barn-Stencil. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elliott Amblard

Together, Elliott Amblard (France) and Gia Tran created the bold signage / retro baseball script typeface Paname FY at FontYou in 2014. FontYou link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Marta Ambrosetti

During her studies at Politecnico di Milano, Marta Ambrosetti (Varese, Italy) designed the grid and compass-based art deco stencil typeface Geometric (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cheryl Ambrosio

During her graphic design studies at The College of Saint Rose, Cheryl Ambrosio (Albany, NY) created a logotype (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Agostina Amelotti

For a school project at FADU / UBA (Buenos Aires), Agostina Amelotti (Lujan, Argentina) mixed Kabel and Dorchester when she created the elegant curly hybrid typeface Lemon Champ (2014). Also worthwhile is her cocktail lounge series of sample applications. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fernando Amengual

Argentinian artist / painter / illustrator, b. 1966. Creator of the experimental typefaces Borges (2005), Latita (2000, organic), Ñanduti (2000), Pacífica (2000, based on Arial, the typeface used for the Iraq war declaration), Huev (2004), and Misiones. In 1984, he become Profesor Nacional de Artes Plásticas in Buenos Aires. Currently, he is a professor of design at Universidad Católica de Asunción, Paraguay. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Feven Amenu

Graphic designer in Virginia who runs Fevera Graphics. Creator of the techno barcode-simulation typeface Barcode (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lindsay Amerault

American design studio run by Lindsay Amerault. Behance link. Creator of the marihuana smoke typeface Paisley (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Natasha Ametrano

During her studies in Caracas, Venezuela, Natasha Ametrano created the free modular typeface Acantilada (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ameze

French designer of the graffiti typeface Ameze (2005). Web page. Yet another URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Raffaele Amici

Milan-based designer of the Bauhaus-style stencil font WRD Sans (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hanisha Amin

While studying graphic design at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, Hanisha Amin (b. UK), who was raised in Arkansas, created an unnamed techno typeface in 2013.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diyana Amir

During her studies in Kuala Lumpur, Diyana Amir designed Bunga (2013), an ornamental caps typeface based on Kebaya Nyonya embroidery designs in Melaka Malaysia. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Achraf Amiri

Prince now lives in Brussels, and has taken a job as art director and graphic designer. Home page. In 2010, he published a booklet, Didot Fashion Victim. His fashion-inspired lettering is quite amazing, and so are his fashion illustrations. In 2011, he continues his amazing mixtures of typography and illustration in his design of a wall logo for Boutique no. 7 in Moscow. He also made the hairdo experimental caps typeface Touffe (2011). More fashion and vamp illustrations: Milano 2011, New York 2011, Paris 2011, Sophia Loren, Sofitel Brussels Le Louise (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alireza Amiri

Falling Angel Studio in Partile, Gothenburg, Sweden, was established in 2009 by Alireza Amiri (b. 1986, Teheran). Their first fonts include Circ (pixelish), Ki Moa Triangle Park (2011, with Mohsen Khaki), Sandikza (scribbly hand), Smart (rounded hand-printed face), Smart Maximus, Entoferno, Kakeroon (2010), Scatterbrain, XMadness (dot matrix face), Smart Wix (2010), Mazigh (2010, hand-printed), Jebrill (2010), Khoft (2010, grungy stencil), Kanta Cube (2010, block letters), Smart Maximus (2010), and Smart Toxonic.

The following alphading pages were published in 2012: Ghab Star David, Ghab Star Clipart, Ghab Star Bahai, Ghab Star, Ghab Leaf Plane, Ghab Leaf Lucky, Ghab Leaf, Ghab Heart Triple, Ghab Heart, Ghab Gravestone, Ghab Cloud, Ghab Bubble Speech Black, Ghab Bubble Speech 2, Ghab Bubble Speech, Ghab Bottle, Ghab Atom. They were created jointly by Alireza Amiri and Sevin Shiva.

Kokab (2012, with Sevin Shiva) and Azad (2012, with Sevin Shiva) are elegant black extended display faces. Bisheh (2012, with Sevin Shiva) is a condensed sans display family.

Klingspor link.

Vierw Alireza Amiri's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Naseem Amjad

Designer of Arabic fonts, such as AlKatib1 (2001). See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Susanna Ammon

Student in illustration in Cologne, who created a modular layered typeface in 2012 called Suva Fontart. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jeanlouis David Amodio

Taranto, Italy-based graphic designer (aka Jean Grphx) who made the free brush typeface Ciao (2010) and the grungy Anconventional (2012).

Dafont link. Old URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel Amor

Stuttgart-based Danny Amor was active in the 1990s. His fonts include Jesse James (2000, Western), Future World (1999, LED simulation), New Kids (3D face), CascadeScript, the monospaced pixel typeface Topaz-8 (1994), and Sarah Bernhardt (1999).

Fontspace link. He used the company name Brainstorm at some point. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arianne Amores

During her studies at IADE in Lisbon, Portugal, Arianne Amores created the slabbed typeface Manteigaria (2014), which was inspired by an old shop sign. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vespasiano Amphiareo

16th century Franciscan scribe and calligrapher (1501-1563), known for his 1554 writing manual Opera di Frate Vespasiano Amphiareo da Ferrara ... nella quale si insegna a scrivere varie sorti de lettere (Venice, 1554), the first place where one can find a Bastarda. Typefaces based on scans of his work include Gothic Majuscles (2003, Manfred Klein, based on Gothic Initials, 1554), and Amphiareo (2002, a Mac font made by Michael Schrauzer). Pictures of his capitals. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mauricio Amster

Polish-Spanish designer, 1907-1980, who fled Spain in 1939 to Chile on board of the Winnipeg, and who revolutionized editorial design in Chile. He worked on the mag Zig-Zag. Examples of his sublime lettering: calligraphy, Cancellaresca, Gotica Bastarda, Romana Antigua, Romantica Humanistica, Rotunda. Photo. Joaquin Contreras wrote a thesis at the Faculty of Architecture of the University in Chile in 2007 entitled Diseño de fuentes tipográficas, basadas en los libros integramente caligrafiados por Mauricio Amster en Chile. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rocio Amura

In Diego Pérez Lozano's class at the Universidad de Palermo in Buenos Aires, Rocio Amura designed the lively curly calligraphic script typeface Ruperta (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kwesi A. Amuti

Located in Powder Springs, GA, AKOFAType has published the following dingbats with symbology from Ghana: Adinkra Calabash, Adinkra FineFine, Adinkra WantaWanta (2007). The designer is Kwesi A. Amuti (b. East Lansing, MI, 1974). He is working on Steady Rockin (a display face) and Fat Head. In 2013, he published Ehmbeecee, a typeface with frames.

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

Michael Amzalag

M/M Paris is a studio in Paris run by Michael Amzalag (b. 1962, Paris) and Mathias Augustyniak (b. 1967, Cavaillon), est. 1992. They created the decorative caps typeface Pradalphabet in 2014. It was custom designed for Prada's collection of unique T-shirts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ana

Panamanian designer who lives in Argentina, b. 1985. Creator of the artsy display typeface 4564 (2007). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dartiailh Anais

Parisian illustrator and designer. Creator of JPO (2012), a squarish typeface named after the event it was created for, les Journées Portes Ouvertes des Gobelins. He also made Irregular (2012, a paper cutout face), History (2012), an experimental typeface that uses various layers of overlays. Tribu (2012) is hand-drawn. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kiera Anais

MA-based designer of the pixel font 51291pix (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Varsha Anand

In 2014, Varsha Anand (Bangalore, India) created a modular typeface based on a grid design. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Liat Anan

New York City-based web and graphic designer (b. 1984, Los Angeles) who created the bilined headline typeface Doubletri (2011). She studied first at Tel Aviv University and then Instituto Europeo di Design i Barcelona. Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jackkrit Anantakul

Bangkok-based graphic designer (b. 1979) who founded Design Reform Council in 2005, and is senior designer at YWFT. He made Fetti (2009), a type experiment in 3d based on polyhedra. Spikes (2009) is a modern, wild and abstract handset. Buffer (2010) is a highly contrasted slab display face. Soaka (2010) is more grungy, but remains slabby. YWFT Gavin (2010) began as a hand-drawn exploration of George Bruce's Seven-Line Pica. YWFT Wonderland (2011) is a smorgasbord of various hand-drawn styles. Pello (2011) is an arts and crafts face with Mexican influences.

Typefaces from 2013: YWFT Swell (a rounded vector EPS font), YWFT Riet (Bauhaus or architectural style letters in vector format, You Work For Them).

Home page. You Work For Them link. Behance link. Klingspor link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dimitris Anastasiadis

Art director in Athens, Greece. Creator of the hairline avant garde typeface Mythont (2013).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Thalassinos Anastasiou

Athens-based designer of the circle-themed Latin/Greek typeface Cyberia (2012) and the (free) alchemic typeface The Quantum (2013).

A second Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anatole

Russian fonts designed after historical examples. Free downloads. The list: Arkhive, Belukha1, BrokgauzItalic, Brokgauz, Edisson, Elzevir, Figured, Gloria, Heading (2004, by Anatole), Imperial, Italiano, Karmen, Medieval, Redinger, RomanaScr, Round-Italic, Saksonia, ScriptEnglishItalic, ScriptThinPen, Tcheconin41, Tchekhonin2, Venecia (2004, by Anatole), Washington (2004, by Anatole), Zecession, AAlbionicTitulNrSh, Flomast (handwriting), flomaster-Bold (handwriting), Flomaster (handwriting). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aled Anaya

Graphic designer from Escondido, CA. He created the fat counterless slab typeface Manzana (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mr. Anbarasan

Designer of the Tamil font TAB-LFS-Kamban Normal (1999) which can be found here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christian Anders

Designer at RGB107,6 of Stikker99, a font that simulates lettering sewed on clothes. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ben Andersen

During his studies at the Yoobee School of Design (Auckland, New Zealand), Ben Andersen created Silo Park (2013, based on the masts and rigging atop the boats that litter Aucklands Habour). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bill Andersen

Agency in Wichita Falls, TX, run by Bill Andersen. Their commercial Kindergarten family is sold through Font Factory. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lube Glien Andersen

For Kenn Munk's class at the School of Visuel Communication, located in Haderslev, Denmark, Lube Glien Andersen designed the Balloonaddict typeface (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Martine Andersen

Norwegian graphic designer, who created New Typeface (2012, experimental), Marune Five (2012, runic simulation typeface), and Spacematter (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Torsten Lindsø Andersen

Student at The Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts - School of Design. Behance link. He is working on a Cheltenham-inspired text face (2011). Finally, in November 2011, he showed Academy Bold to the world---a virile sans typeface for texts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gunter Anders

Rheinfelden-based designer of free Luwian hieroglyphic fonts, LuwhittA (2006), LuwhittB (2006). These symbols were developed by M. Marazzi in Atti della Tavola Rotonda (1995) and D. Hawkins in Corpus of Hieroglyphic Luwian Inscriptions (Walter de Gruyter Verlag, 2000). See also E. Laroche's Les Hieroglyphes Hittites (Edition du Centre de la Recherche Scientifique, 1960) and Piero Meriggi's Hieroglyphenhethitisches Glossar (Harrassowitz Verlag, 1962). [Google] [More]  ⦿

A. Anderson

Designer of Blocked (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

A. Anderson

This South Carolinian cartoonist made the squarish typeface Pilgrimage BLT (2010, FontStruct). Aka Sabata. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adam Anderson

Based in North Dakota, Adam Anderson is the designer of Garden of Eden (2007, a casual display face). No downloads. Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alex Anderson

During his studies at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS, Alex Anderson designed the squarish all caps typeface Nomadic (2012) and the straight-edged heavy metal band typeface Robotz Death Metal (2012).

In 2013, Alex published Sideshow Slab. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ali Anderson

During her studies at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, NE, Ali Anderson created the rounded display typefaces BAE (2014) and Winslows (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anabel Anderson

During her studies at Flagler College, Saint Augustine, FL, Anabel Anderson created the ornamental caps typeface Empress (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Annica Anderson

Lawrence, KS-based designer of the University of Kansas school project font Hello (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carl Anderson

Type web log run by Carl Anderson in Portland, OR. Carl Anderson is the designer of Cyclist (2005), a font done as a project in Amy Conger's class at the City College of San Francisco. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carl Edlund Anderson

Carl Edlund Anderson from the Dept. of Anglo-Saxon, Norse,&Celtic at St. John's College, University of Cambridge, makes medieval fonts of the highest quality. Made an Icelandic font, Eidlundur (Mac Icelandic encoding), Edlund Insular, Edlund SmallCaps, Edlund (Italic). Work on these fonts was done by Darcy Burner, Carl Anderson and Gary Munch. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Charles R. Anderson

Foundry in Minnesota run by "Chank", who has been making fonts since 1992. Free fonts sub-page. Chank Diesel from Minneapolis (Charles Andermack in the NY Times and Charles R. Anderson, b. Edmonton, 1970, elsewhere) is Chank, the prolific designer. He runs Chank Fonts with Heidi Olmack ("El Mack de los Toros"). Earlier notices in his faces refer to CAKE Publications (2401 University Ave. NE, Mpls, MN 55418), Chank Foo, Schmopyright, and Exploding (PO Box 90100, San Diego, CA 92169). Bio by Susan Froyd. See also here or here or here or here. Handwriting font service for 95USD. 95 USD Go font Yourself font service based on filling out a form. Piece on Chank in the MinnPost. Chank is a popular and colorful figure who said this about himself: I like to drink a lot, and would like to think I'm known for it. Several of my fonts were inspired by booze, and I like to encourage other people to drink more, too. My best font is called Liquorstore.

A partial list of his faces:

  • 200proofmoonshineremix.
  • A: Adrianna (2004, a sans family), Ammonia, Anger-Prerelease, Asswipe, AsswipeDeluxxe, AztecPezRegular, Adrianna Extended (2005).
  • B: BabOonjaZzbaSsoOn, Badoni, Bastard, Bawdy, BawdyBoldItalic, BawdyItalic, the Blinctype pack (Gomorrah, Sodom, Golgotha, Hamilton Offset, Player Piano), Birthday Girl, Blinkers, Bonehead, Braingelt (gothic), Brainhead, Bric-A-Brac BV (2002), Bridie, Brieincarnation, Brubecks Cube (2004), Buckethead, ButtplugTaft, The BLINCtype Letterpress Fontpak (2004, commercial: Gideon, Golgotha, Gomorrah, Goshen, Hamilton Offset, Player Piano, Prospect Modern and Sodom), Billsville (T-26).
  • C: Chaloops (2005, comic book face), Chankbats Objects, Chankbats Critters (2001), Chankbats Flowers, Chankbats Flakes, Chankflakes (2002), ChauncyDecaf, ChauncyFatty, ChauncyPerkins, ChauncySnowman [this popular series from 1996-1998 is the first font family Chank ever made based on his own handwriting], Cheesewiddler, Chicken, ChickenBonus, Chippewa Falls (2005), Chub, Chumley (2002, first grade handwriting), Chunder (1996), Cleptomania, CollateralDamage, Corndog, CorndogClean, Coronette (2006, slab serif), Cosmic (1996), Couchlover97, CouchloverTruncata, CowboyRhumbahut (2000), CrotchlessTeddyRoosevelt, Crusti, CrustiEr, CrustiEst, CrustiWacky, CurbDog, Cookie Dough (2002), Cowboy Rhumbahaut (2000, Matt Frost).
  • D: DarlingNikki, Dekapot (2007), DickwhippedLincoln, DongCasual, Drunk Cowboy (T-26), Dry Cowboy (2006, Tuscan), Dutch-Oven, Dutch-Treat.
  • E: Easterbuns (2008, Ascender Corp: a signage face), EatpooChubby, EatpooSkinny, EatpooTall [note: the latter three fonts were renamed Eatwell], Evergreen.
  • F: Fatthinfog, Flutterby (2006, free), Fucker, FriskyFlakes (2004), Fastlab (by David Cushman), Fosho (2014).
  • G: Girl77, Glovebox, Goshen, Groovies-Normal.
  • H: Halebopp, Harvester 3D (2008), HelveticaInaHamper, Hermenaut, HieronymousBoschian, HildeSharpie, HipstersDelight, HooskerDont, HooskerDoo, Hoover, Hystrix, HystrixHystrax, HystrixHystraxBordex, HystrixHystraxSleestax.
  • I: Imastar, IndustrialSchizophrenic, Instructor, Isotope.
  • J: Jawbox, JawboxChanky, Jawbreaker, Jeffersonofabitch, Johnson, Jingles (with Mike Cina).
  • K: Kat Walk (geometric sans), Keester Black (2002), Kaiser, KlippyDingbats, Kraftwerk, KraftwerkNarrow, Kroozr, Kwikfont, Kegger (2007, a collegiate lettering face).
  • L: Lambretta, Laundry, Laundrette, Lavaman, LemonadeSpeedster, Liquor 3D, Liquorstore (1997, a squarish face; since 2005 also in OT as Liquorstore 3D), Luncheonette.
  • M: Mars (2007), Mantisboy, Marcusia, Metolurgy2typeindexcom, Mikrokoszmo, MinglerNipsy, MinglerRitzy, MinglerTipsy, Miss Amylin, MisterFrisky, MisterLincoln, Mister Twiggy (woodsy design), Monko-Blocky, Moonshine, MoonshineMurky, MC Auto (2002), McKraken.
  • N: NailedToTheCross, NapkinTheModern, Nicotine, Nicotine Jazz, Nomadic, Nube.
  • O: Ollivette and Ollivette Elite (old typewriter faces), Omnivore, Oooopsie (this 1997 font is just Helvetica with some circles dropped on top of it. The Helvetica trademark and Adobe copyright notices are still in the font!), OooopsieReverse, Ooopsie, Orbital, OrbusBjorkus, OrbusMultiserif.
  • P: Panefresco (2011, 16 styles---a free sans family), PHreAkKruSty, Panzer, Paregos, Parkway-Hotel, Parkway-Motel, Parkway-Resortotel, PhysicsAlpha, PhysicsBeta, PlasticLasso, Player Piano (old stencil), Poker Party (2003), Polaroid22, Porkshop (1997, based on immigrant Manhattan signage), PorkshopGoodluck, Portastat, Prickly, Professor Minty (2005, curly), ProletarianBeta, Prospect-Modern, Puckfont.
  • R: Redherring, RhumbaHut, Ribjoint, Rubble, Rosemary (2000-2001, T-26, a sign painters font).
  • S: Saltwater, Schwinger (2003, script face), Schwing Shift (2003), Shadowboxer, Shakopee, SharpieStylie, SisterFrisky, SkippySharpie, SaucyMillionaire, Snipple, SooperCosmic, SpaceKrafty, SpaceToaster, Spacesuit, Spunkflakes (2002), StarryFHope, Sundayluck, Sunflower (2006, distressed typewriter), Swingdancer (2002, a custom connected script font first made for P. Puff Company), Swister (2004), GFY Santa Script (2004), Skylab, Shatner, Sunshine (2000-2001, T-26, grunge).
  • T: Tabitha, Tacklebox, TackleboxFive, Thymesans, ThymesansItalic, Transam, Transam03 (2003, commercial version), Trucker.
  • U: Ultramagnetic (by Mike Cina), UncleStinky.
  • V: VenerealDisease, Venis (2002, big text family, T-26: reviewed by Hrant Papazian), Venis Small Caps (2004, T-26).
  • W: Westsac (2003), Whorn, Wichita, Woodrow, Wordy Diva (1995, based on the handwriting of Lisa Bralts).
  • Y: Yearling (2000).
  • Z: ZsazsaGalore.

At Ascender, where one can buy the mostly hand-printed faces Birthday Girl, Bleacher, Bobby Zee, Chauncy Decaf, Churros, Collateral Damage, Couchlover, Easterbuns, Loopy Fiesta, Mister Marker, Mister Twiggy, Prickly, Snowballs, Space Toaster, Tipsy, Twigdancer, Younger Than Me (2009, grunge).

Interview by MyFonts in 2011. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Chris Anderson

English artist (b. 1988) who created the Bifur-inspired Vuur (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel Anderson

Daniel Anderson's outfit, part of the Chank Army. Fonts: Dr. Waagel (pixel font), Wicky Ways (pixel font), X-Raymond, El Assasin, Argus, FaxMachine, Block Buster, Sreenman. [Google] [More]  ⦿

David Anderson

Canadian co-designer of Raleigh (Ingrama, 1977) with Robert Norton, Carl Dair, Adrian Williams. Sold by Bitstream. Associated with Toronto's Typsettra, which in 1977 began the design of original typefaces for Berthold, Letraset and ITC. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Dennis Anderson

Designer of the dingbat font and scratchy lettering Bear Paw. Check also at Utopia. Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elena Anderson

Designer of a hand-printed typeface in 2012 during her studies at the Pratt Institute in New York City. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Geoff Anderson

Sparklefonts (est. 2005) showcases the work of founder Geoff Anderson, who wants to maintain legibility without compromising style. Chocolate is a flexible, monoline comic book family. Also: Obsidian (comic book), Festival (art nouveau), Dialog (liquid, with stencil versions), Groundhog, Tungsten (futuristic). The foundry is located in rural South-West England. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Greig Anderson

Effektive (Greig Anderson) practices graphic design and communication in the UK. Among its many creations are some experimental typefaces such as Circul8 (2009) and Pixel8 (2009). Behance link. Originally from Aberdeen, Scotland, Greig graduated with a BA (Hons) Graphic Design degree in 2004 and previously spent 4 years working withinn the Scottish/UK design industry at multi disciplinary agency Curious (Previously CuriousOranj) based in Glasgow. Greig spent the academic year 2008-2009 in Sydney. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Iain Anderson

Creator of the outlined hand-printed typeface Futuristic Dream (2011, iFontMaker). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ian Anderson

Designer in the FUSE 6 collection of the pixel font Dr No B. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jacinda Anderson

Creator of Audrey (2013, typewriter typeface) and Boulder (2013, display typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jason Anderson

Art director, senior designer and illustrator in New York City. Creator of the following fonts, ca. 2013: Phys Ed Dept (grungy athletic lettering), Monogram, Wild Modern (spurred), Queendsbridge (bubblegum face), Motown USA, Wild Modern, Catholic Guilt (spurred).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jeff Anderson

Free fonts, mostly for artificial languages, by Jeff Anderson (Akumu). These include Aram, Rhaelik, SexyScript, Sketchy-Tirin, Tengwar-Typewriter, Tirin-Hand, Tirin-Script, Tirin-Type. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jesse J. Anderson

Jesse J. Anderson (b. 1980) lives Puyallup, WA. At Devian Tart, he designed BoldnBugly (2002), and AlienBud (2002). He also made Fikle Skratch (2001), Boxer-Pants (2001), Inky-News (2001). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Klaus Anderson

Danish designer of Capitalis Purificalis (2000, a minimalist sans), Quinone Headline (1999, a sans), and City Talker (1998, a condensed sans). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lauren Anderson

During her studies at SCAD in Savannah, GA, Lauren Anderson designed the vintage typeface Lanister (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mart Anderson

Art Director at Vatson & Vatson (now Vatson Wunderman) in Estonia. At ATypI 2005 in Helsinki, he spoke about Digitizing the "Estonian national" typefaces. In his own words: His fonts Pagana, Vaderi and others are based on a lettering of such Estonian mid-20th century typographers as Günther Reindorff, Paul Luhtein and Villu Toots. ATypiI reports: Mart Anderson is producing a range of revival typefaces based on the lettering on 20th century Estonian book designers. The character of their (mainly pen-drawn) work is rather like woodcut lettering, with gently curved slab sides. To make them suitable for typesetting, the characters have been slightly tidied up. Sample of his work on posters, 2005-2006. Scans of faces: Sula (2005, flowing and angular), Panin (2006, playful), EiBanner (2006, comic book face), AmaKaas (2005, again that soft angular theme). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Martin Anderson

Designer of the SKYfont family (SKYfontbrands, SKYfontmovies, SKYfontnews, SKYfontone, SKYfontsport, SKYfonttravel, SKYfontThick) for the SKY TV station. Can be freely downloaded here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Matthew Anderson

Climate activist and lead designer for 350.org. His abridged CV in his own words: Born in Columbus, Ohio. Played with Legos. Loved to draw. Played drums in a high school band. Started messing around in Photoshop. Became a vegetarian. Studied green architecture at Western. Discovered that making posters and websites was more fun than building models. Moved to Washington DC to intern at Free Range. Moved to San Francisco to work for 350. Made some good friends. Ate too many burritos. Moved to Brooklyn for the hell of it.

In 2014, Matthew created the free sans typeface family Klima for the climate movement: Klima is my version of a more relaxed DIN: slightly wider, with a similar geometric foundation but more plainspoken. In three weights with obliques, free for non-commercial, non-climate denial use. It is exquisite and quite good, except perhaps that the italics are just obliques (slanted romans). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mike Gumby Anderson

Designer of FarCry (2004). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Redak Anderson

Lima, Peru-based designer of a monster font called Moco (2013) and of Cristal Font (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ria Anderson

Oakland, CA-based graphic designer and typographer. She created RF Franklin Phonetic (2011), RF Shavian (2011), and RF Deseret (2011). These were all designed to be part of the RF Phonetic Suite, a group of typefaces designed to support historic phonetic English alphabet reform. She also completed the Tamil faces Jatiya (2007, Tamil complement to the open-source Latin/Greek/Cyrillic typeface Gentium, designed by Victor Gaultney) and Surai (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Robert D. Anderson

Old URL. Another old URL. This was of the greatest archives, loaded with medieval and fantasy fonts, including many dingbats. Robert D. Anderson (aka Lord Kyl MacKay) scanned in many alphabets from "Medieval and Renaissance Alphabets" and created tens of beautiful historical fonts, and made them available free of charge: Anglo-Saxon 8th c, Battel Abbey 8th C, British Block Flourish 10th c, British Museum 14th c, British Outline Majuscules 10th c., Celtic Knot, Curved Majuscules 17th c., Decorated Majuscules 14th c., English Gothic 17th c, Floral Majuscules 11th c, German Blackletters 15th c, Gothic Leaf, Gothic Straight-Faced 18th c., Italian Cursive 16th c (GREAT!), Library of Minerva 9th c., Spanish Round Bookhand 16th c., Traditional Gothic 17th c, Vatican Rough Letters 8th c, Celtic Knot (caps), Gothic Leaf (caps font), Medieval Dingbats.

Alternate URL at TypOasis. Other archive categories: runic fonts, gothic, versals (initial caps), uncial, roman era, anglo-saxon.

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

Van Anderson

AmeriCorps volunteer math tutor from Packwood, WA, who designed Oregon (2004), a serif face. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Zack Anderson

Chicago-based graphic designer. He created the organic experimental face Moxie (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Astrid Linnéa Andersson

Goteborg, Sweden-based designer of an all caps sans typeface simply clalled Alfabet (2013). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fredrik Andersson

Fredrik is associated with Nordling's design company, Pangea Design, in Stockholm. Fredrik designed Berling Nova (2003-2004, Linotype; with Örjan Nordling) and Berling Nova Sans (2007, Linotype; with Örjan Nordling). Both typefaces grew out of Forsberg's Berling (1953). Enighet, done for The Swedish Trade Union Confederation in 2008 together with Fredrik Andersson, won a merit award at the EDAwards in 2008. In 2011, he cofounded Letters from Sweden with Göran Söderström. Fredrik lectures on the history and design of typography at Södertörn and Berghs SOO [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Göran Andersson

Göran Andersson lives in Östersund, Sweden. He made these free fonts in 1999: BocceGG, BrutalGG, EgyptienneGG, GraffeGG, GroteskGG. Click on Typsnitt. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Johanna Andersson

Swedish illustrator and graphic designer. In 2010, she made Papercut Font. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Petter Andersson

Petter Andersson is a Swedish graphic designer currently based in Amsterdam who specializes in identity, typography, web and print design. In 2011, he created the simple geometric display sans family Ekzakto. His blog. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Viktor Andersson

Art director in Stockholm, who created Fohrsmark (2014, a conndensed skyline typeface) during his studies at Södertörn University. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bob Anderton

Designer of these typefaces: Lino Cut (1990), ITC Mithras (1994), ITC Blackadder (1996), and BuccaneerBayer (1998, for Bayer). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Ronald Andhrad

Ronald Andhrad (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) was inspired by Kubrick's Clockwork Orange and a building in Rio in the design of his art deco / Futura-style stencil typeface Clockwork Orange (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mahendra Andisona

Mahendra Andisona (Salatiga, Indonesia) created the MSTCH ornamental caps typeface in 2012. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chris Ando

Designer of the Bifur-inspired Vuur (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pablito Andorra

Designer of the modular typeface Emma (made with FontStruct). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jair Andrade

Mexican designer of the hand-printed script typeface Curve (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jenifer Andrade

Graphic designer from Lawrenceville, GA, who made the experimental custom typeface Assemble (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joao Andrade

Graphic designer in Cascais, Portugal, who created the free alchemic typeface Sequi (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Matthew Andrade

San Francisco-based designer, developer, photographer, and musician. Behance link. He created the typeface Sender (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Neto Andrade

During his studies in Campinas, Brazil, Neto Andrade created the hand-drawn typeface Salamandra (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paulo Andrade

Paulo Augusto Andrade (Curitiba, Brazil) created the eerie typeface Mentes Secretas in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Phillip Andrade

Not to be confused with Phil's Fonts, Phil Fonts offers charityware fonts by Phillip Andrade who uses the nicknames Dry Bohnz, neatoguy and spamboy. Most fonts are grungy, and were designed roughly between 1999 and 2003.

The list: BlownDroid, Neatified, HappyLarry, IShotTheSheriff, Alien Marksman, EvilCow, Corporate Suit, BadHairDay, Tiptonian, Philbats. Grouped as Scroll fonts from the dead Sea, we find: Habbakuk Scroll (Hebrew), Manual of Discipline (Hebrew), Parthenon (Greek), Ambrosius, Problem Secretary (old typewriter), DeadCircuit, MoldyPillow, Pastorswrit, RadiatedPancake, StolenLlama, Untitled, WetNapkin, Worn Manuscript (1999, grungy blackletter), DustyWombat, NasalDrip, Alphasnail, CarbonatedFont, RaptorAttack (2001), Warped Greased Monkey, Alphasnail (2001), Beth David (1999, Hebrew), Greased Monkey (2001), Lost City (1999, Hebrew), Missing man out (2001), No Brainer (2001), Raptor Kill (2001), Spazbats (2002, dingbats), Speed of Oatmeal (2001), Troglodyte (2001), Polyphemus (2000), Infestation (2000), Hand Drawn Wasabi (2002, katakana font), I Am A Font Designer (2003, scanbats), Neosight (2003), FirstTemple (2003, an old Phoenician lettering font), ScreamingGuitar (2002, guitar dingbats), DHUgaritic (2003), PeskyPhoenicians (2003).

Devian tart link. Alternate URL. Fontspace link. Dafont link. Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andrea

Caracas-based digital artist (b. 1985) of drearetro (2007), a nice grungy sans. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andrea

Kiwi designer (b. 1983) of the handwriting typeface AndreWriting (2005). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alfonsus André

Jakarta-based graphic designer. Creator of the display typeface Magic Worm (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Haralampos Andreanidis

Greek graphic designer. He created a number of minimalist/pizelish/squarish Latin/Greek fonts in 2009 under the name City Fonts. His Totem Font (2009) is experimental. Nomass Team Font (2009) is a squarish stencil. His typographic posters.

Alternate URL. Another URL. Behance link. Devian tart link. Nomass site. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paula Andrea

Hicksville, NY-based creator of the display typeface Louder (2013). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Raissa Andreas

Jakarta, Indonesia-based desiner of the rhombic / hexagonal typeface Navajo (2014). This was developed while she was studying at Limkokwing University of Creative Technology in Malaysia. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Axel André

French calligrapher who designed some (mostly hand-drawn) typefaces in 2011-2014. These include Utah (2011), Les Caves Populaires, [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cristian Andre

Cristian and Andre (Bucaramanga, Colombia) codesigned the display typeface Vista (2013) with Carrillo Diaz. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Denoel Andre

Denoel Andre, who runs Wanker Studio in Rennes, France, created the wavy typeface Fluide in 2013, and the experimental geometric typeface Fabrik Art in 2014. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mihaiu Andreea

Art director in Bucharest, Romania. Creator of Industrial Font (2013, ornamental caps) and Poli (2013, a triangulated techno font). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andrey Andreev

Designer at ATRI, Graphic bureau Az-Zet of the Cyrillic/Latin font AZ NewsPaperC (1990-1995), which is similar to News Gothic by Morris Fuller Benton, ATF, 1908. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Zdravko Andreev

Zdravko Andreev (Z-design, Bulgaria) created the free experimental faces Diffuse Away (2011), Broken Squares (2011) and Sliced Tech (2011). He also made Girl Characters (2012), Suns and Stars (2011, dingbat face), Pet Animals (2012), Boy Characters (2012), White Outlines (2011), Radiation (2011, radiation symbols), Sexy Love Hearts and Sexy Love Hearts 2 (2012), Christmas Shapes (2011) and Christmas Trees (2011).

Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bocan Andrei

Designer at Clear Studio in Bordeaux, France. In 2009, he made the straight line experimental typeface KNKTR. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gil Andrei

Graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. He created a modular gridded grungy typeface called Trifecta (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jacques André

French type professor (b. 1938) who designed some experimental fonts such as Delorme (1989). Jacques André has been working in the field of structured documents and digital typography since 1980. He was the leader of the European Didot Project concerned with the digitization of types. He is Research Director at INRIA (the French National Institute on Computer Science) in Rennes, and his work covers the digitization of ancient books and the encoding of their fonts and glyphes.

Author of Histoire de l'écriture typographique: Le XIXe siècle français (2013, with Christian Laucou). From the blurb: Pour montrer toute la richesse de cette période, les auteurs ont choisi d'en raconter les aventures successives: les Anglais avec l'invention des caractères gras, des égyptiennes et des sans-sérifs; la fonderie GillĂé qui devient celle de Balzac puis de De Berny et qui rejoindra, à l'aube du XXe siècle, celle des Peignot; la saga des Didot, de la rigueur de Firmin à l'extravagance de Jules; l'Imprimerie royale, puis impériale ou nationale, ses caractères orientaux et ceux de labeur, qui perdureront tant qu'il y aura du plomb; Louis Perrin, qui réinvente les elzévirs; les grandes fonderies françaises, qui rivalisent d'invention et de copies, et, enfin, les évolutions techniques de tout le siècle.

Author of Caractères numériques: introduction, in: Cahiers GUTenberg, 1997, pp. 5-44. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aleksandar Andrejic

During his studies in Belgrade, Serbia, Aleksandar Andrejic created Font Tech (2014, Latin and Cyrillic). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marcos André

Cascais, Portugal-based designer of the squarish typeface Mark (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Borja Andrés

Graduate of Escuela Superior de Diseño de la Rioja. Graphic designer in Logroño, Spain. Creator of the hand-drawn typeface Amanuense (2013) and of the pixelized typeface Pixelada (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Benjamin Andresen

Graphic designer from Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, Denmark, who created Ideo Stencil (2006, a slab serif stencil) and Paperwing Sans (2006). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mark Andresen

American designer of the interesting font NotCaslon (1995) at Emigre. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Dóri Andrésson

Icelandic graphic designer in Reykjavik. Asplund's Stockholm public library inspired him to create the geometric compass-and-ruler family Tornado (2010). The New Black (2009) is a very black threatening headline type. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Philippe Andrevon

French designer of the animal silhouette typeface Le monde de Victor (2010). His web site is dedicated to children. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ann Marie Andrews

San Jose, CA-based designer of the sturdy titling typeface Hansen (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

James Andrews

London-based creator of the wavy font Wavey (2013) and the ornamental caps alphabet Pencil (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kaare Andrews

Kaare Andrews is the designer of the comics font Gnatfont. Alternate URL. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marion Andrews

French calligrapher from Saint-Laurent-en-Grandvaux. Designer of a French school font, which was presented in March 2005 during a meeting held at the National Museum of Education in Rouen, France. The link given here refers to a PDF which contains the proceedings of that meeting. Marion Andrews's school font has a basic monoline sans caps style tilted at only 5 degrees, and a connected lower case whose rhythm was influenced by the Dryad Writing style of Alfred Fairbank (1932).

Marion Andrews won an award for writing organized by the Ministère de l'Éducation nationale in France.

Marion organized a workshop on Fraktur/Gothic fonts, from 21-26 July 2003, in the Jura region of France. See also here.

Marion Andrews, Malou Verlomme and Laurence Bedoin collaborated on the school fonts Écriture A and Écriture B which are presented in Modèles d'écriture scolaire (2013), a document issued by the French Ministry of Education. These fonts are available from Eduscol. PDF with some of her work. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Taylor Andrews

Newsletter created by Taylor Andrews, who made the font "Possibly". [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tervel Andrews

Graphic designer in Hartford, CT. He created the free Helvetica-like typeface LüYlandika (2010). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Melia Andriani

Student in Singapore in 2014 who created the hand-painted typeface Oiseau (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Viananda Andrias

Viananda Andrias (Bandung, Indonesia) designed the Garutan Adiwijaya typeface in 2012. This type was based on patterns found in traditional garments (batik) from Garut, Indonesia. He also made the floriated typeface Rivaurum (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vladimir Andrich

Main typographer (b. 1915) at AlphaType in Niles, IL. Bitstream states: AlphaType Corporation, a family-owned company, was founded by Al and Beatrice Friedman in the mid-1960s to make high quality but inexpensive phototypesetters for advertising typographers. In 1981 Berthold acquired AlphaType.

He made Cremona in 1982 for Alphatype (now Berthold): a macho typeface to get your point across. Cremona is C820 in the Softmaker library. He created the serif family Vladimir at Alphatype in 1966. Other faces at AlphaType: Allan (1978), American Gothic, Beatrice Script, Contemp, Magna Carta (1974).

At VGC, he published Andrich Minerva in 1965, which won Second Prize in the 1965 VGC National Type Face Design Competition. Designer of Vladimir Script (1966, URW++, Elsner & Flake, Linotype), a calligraphic script downloadable here (URW version of 1995). Vladimir Script is called Violin Script in the Softmaker collection.

MyFonts and Linotype refer to this designer as Vladimir Andrevich. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Patrick Andries

Quebec-based computer scientist who has been involved in the multilingual and Unicode world. He was one of the authors of a proposal adding Tifinagh to Unicode. He is currently working with people in France and Niger on the development of OpenType fonts to support Tuareg. He is also involved in other African scripts such as Moroccan and Sahelian Arabic and a recent script from the Congo (Mandombe). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elena Andrijauskaite

London-based designer of the curvy modular typeface Flare (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elena Andrijauskaite

Graphic designer in London, who created the modular high-contrast typeface Flare (2013). Elena graduated from Shillington College in London. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vlasis Androutsos

Athens, Greece-based designer of the Latin / Greek art deco typeface DAP (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

N. Andrushchenko

N. Andrushchenko's beautiful free old Cyrillic fonts called Orthodox (1994 Soft Union, 2000 Andrushenko), OrthodoxDigits, OrthodoxDigitsLoose, OrthodoxLoose, OrthodoxOrnament. An earlier version of this font family is called EvangelieTT (1994, SoftUnion Ltd., created by A. Shishkin and N. Vsesvetskii). See also here for these fonts foinished in 2003, based on the same originals by A. Shishkin and N. Vsesvetskii: Orthodox.tt-Ucs8-Caps-SpacedOut, Orthodox.tt-Ucs8-Caps-tight, Orthodox.tt-Ucs8-Caps, Orthodox.tt-Ucs8-Drop-Caps, Orthodox.tt-Ucs8-SpacedOut, Orthodox.tt-Ucs8-tight, Orthodox.tt-Ucs8, Orthodox.tt-eRoos-SpacedOut, Orthodox.tt-eRoos, Orthodox.tt-ieERoos-SpacedOut, Orthodox.tt-ieERoos, Orthodox.tt-ieUcs8-Caps-SpacedOut, Orthodox.tt-ieUcs8-Caps, Orthodox.tt-ieUcs8-Drop-Caps, Orthodox.tt-ieUcs8-SpacedOut, Orthodox.tt-ieUcs8, Orthodox, OrthodoxDigits, OrthodoxDigitsLoose, OrthodoxLoose, OrthodoxOrnament.

His new site offers these fonts: Elizabeth_TT-Italic, Elizabeth_TT, Elizabeth_tt-Roos-Italic, Elizabeth_tt-Roos, Orthodox.tt-Ucs8-Caps-SpacedOut, Orthodox.tt-Ucs8-Caps-tight, Orthodox.tt-Ucs8-Caps, Orthodox.tt-Ucs8-Drop-Caps, Orthodox.tt-Ucs8-SpacedOut, Orthodox.tt-Ucs8-tight, Orthodox.tt-Ucs8, Orthodox.tt-eRoos-SpacedOut, Orthodox.tt-eRoos. The Elizabeth_TT series is a gorgeous done family from 1993 (by "ATRI"Graphic Bureau "Az-Zet"), and renovated in 2003 by Andrushchenko. The Orthodox series is by SoftUnion, 1994, rejuvenated by Andrushchenko in 2003. Free Coda music fonts by Andrushchenko, dated 2000, at the same site: MaestroSquare, MaestroWideSquare, PetrucciSquare. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Taku Anekawa

Designer of Tanimachi 5 and PetSounds (2000), sold at Font Pavilion. Designer of the screen pixel fonts Dannybitman-7pt, DingBit-FreeSoul, DoshinFont in Digitalogue's DPI72 package. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Scott Ford Aneloski

Born&raised in Grand Junction Colorado, educated in art&graphic design at Western State College of Colorado, Scott now works as a freelance designer in Wichita, KS.

Dafont link. Creator of the handwriting font Scotosaurus (2011) and the blackletter typeface Cartographer (2011). Ellephont (2011) is hand-printed. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ekaterina Anenko

Designer of the Latin/Cyrillic text superfamily Fregata (2010) while she was a student at the British Higher School of Art and Design in Moscow. Pic. Promotional samples of Fregata (serif and sans, regular and bold, Latin and Cyrillic) while we are waiting for the awards to roll in: i, ii, iii, iv, v, vi, vii, viii, ix, x, xi, xii, xiii, xiv, xv, xvi, xvii, xviii. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sergei Anenko

Moscow-based designer of the comic book Latin typeface Mr. Bean (2013).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mohamed Anes

Designer from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He created the oriental simulation typeface Saif (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Angela Aneta

Creator of the hand-printed NADC Heartbeat (2011). NADC stands for Nepean Arts&Design Centre (NADC) at Nepean College (Kingswood Campus) near Sydney, Australia. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nevi A

Creator of the free curly font Puppy Pooky (2012, an embroidery font), of Prestica (2012), and of the textured typeface Stoneflint (2012). Wilcom sells several font sets. They include curious offerings like Undergrad Tees, freshbase1, Babypop Outline, Babypop Distressed, Freshamn Athletic ESA, LC Lucida Graphic, and Papy Rustica D.

Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sigurður Angantýsson

Creator in Reykjavik of the wavy hypnotic and futuristic typeface Pastura (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Charmaine Ang

Singapore-based graphic designer. She created Utopia (2010), a blackletter typeface, and Mononoke (2014, a display typeface). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Apolline Angebaud

Paris-based designer of Gambadi (2014), an organic sans typeface that was inspired by dance. This typeface was finished during her studies at ESAG Penninghen. [Google] [More]  ⦿

João Paulo Angelim

Sao Paulo-based Brazilian designer in 2007 of the hookish hand-printed typeface Original Olinda Style, and of Lego System (dingbats). FADU-UBA link. Dafont link. Klingspor link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marcelo Angelim

Fortaleza, Brazil-based designer of the vernacular typeface Tipos de Muro (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carl Fredrik Angell

Design student in Oslo, aka Frisso. Creator of a few all caps typefaces in 2012, including one called DNA Sans. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jordan Angell

Branding expert in Calgary, who has created some curly logotypes in 2009. In 2010, he made the geometric beveled face Architype, and the octagonal techno typeface Phreeker. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Eva Angelova

British creator of the curly hand-printed typeface Angelova (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cory Angen

Graphic designer in Minneapolis, MN, who started life in North Dakota. He created the (free) tall sans display typeface Insanability (2010). He also made a Didot specimen poster. Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Markus Angermeier

German designer of Permutation 9, 5x5, Asiatiq, Dotto Regular, Leuna Nord, Natty Skinny, Natty Natty, Natty Fatty, OC Rater, Penumbra Black, Tulipa Arabica, Scriboni, and Siegelring. Earlier, he created the pixel font DSP9RMX (2001) with Stefan Gandl at Designer Shock. On the Fontomas CD, we find his dot matrix family Dotto: Dottoacqua (1998), Dottocrema (1998), Dottomokka (1998), Dottozucchero (1998). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Denis Angheben

During his studies in UNISO, Sorocaba, Brazil, Denis Angheben designed an alchemic typeface (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Angielyn

Original dingbats by Angielyn. Makambo used to sell Jewels One and Two, Menus, Scrollettes, Double Borders. Free: Tiles One, Tiles Two, Jewelled Tiles. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Philippe Angrignon

Montreal-based designer of an informal sans face (2004). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sharilyn Ang

During her design studies in Singapore, Sharilyn Ang created the script typeface Repose (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Francisco Anguís

Spanish designer who created the free experimental typeface Legotype in 2008 for Neo2, a Spanish magazine. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joanna Anguiska

During her graphic design studies in Poznan, Poland, Joanna Anguiska created the free condensed sans display typeface Komoda (2013), which has interlocking ligatures. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alexis Angulo

Alexis Angulo (Pasay, The Philippines) created the angular display typeface Angulo in 2013.

Behance link.

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

Attila Ángyán

Hungarian designer (b. 1984) who made the free animal dingbat font Red List (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Attila Angyan

Designer of the free animal dingbat font Red List (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Trinh Tuan Anh

During his design studies in Sydney, Australia, Trinh Tuan Anh created an untitled 3d typeface in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Leif Frimann Anisdahl

Norwegian type designer. Some of his work:

  • The house fonts for NKL, designed in 1967 together with Carl Tørris Christensen. NKL, the Norges kooperative landsfor, used their work for in-house fonts and logotypes. The fonts were produced by Dagfinn Sæther.
  • Oslo Gothic, for Den norske Creditbank (DnC), 1973.
  • The Norsk Hydro typeface (1970), which was later digitized.
  • An all-caps typeface for Storebrand-Norden, 1970.
  • With Reidar Holtskog, he designed in 1990 a Bodoni/Gill hybrid now known as Det norske alfabet (the Norwegian alphabet). This beautiful typeface was used in travel brochures and elsewhere by the Norwegian Information and Foreign Office.
See here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anastasiya Anisovich

Borisov, Belarus-based designer of the Latin/Cyrillic typeface Motion (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vannya Anjani

During her studies in Jakarta, Vannya Anjani created the modular typeface Contra (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Davi Anjos

Visual communication student at Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). He designed the display typeface d.ball (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Liana Anjuli

During her graphic design studies att the University of Central Florida in Orlando, FL, Liana Anjuli created the watch-themed display typeface Big Ben (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alan Ankerstjerne

Graphic designer in Copenhagen. In 2012, he created the bold grotesk typeface Baltikum. He explains: Baltikum is a typeface inspired by the work of Danish designer/architect Knud V. Engelhardt. The type is based on an all capital letters alphabet by Knud. In collaboration with Christian Smed and Frederik Ibfelt 'Surplus Wonder' we create a modern version which includes the lowercase version of the alphabet. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kristen Ankiewicz

Kristen Ankiewicz offered lovely type 3 fonts and postscript examples of fancy things such as curlicue letters, and beads. She also has a lovely Celtic alphabet done in Adobe Illustrator. Fractal postscript demos as well. All free, of course. The fonts are here. Kirsten runs Ankiewicz Studios, an art studio in San Francisco. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Albert Anklam

German type designer. He created Mönchs-Gotisch (or: Mediaeval-Gotisch) in 1877 (Schnelle says 1881) at Genzsch & Heyse. In 1876, he made Neue Schwabacher (normal and halbfett) at Genzsch & Heyse (and Klinkhardt). That same type can also be found at J. John&Söhne and at JG Shelter&Giesecke.

Author/editor of Kunstwerke der Schrift Bund für deutsche Sprache und Schrift (Großenkneten 1994).

Digital revivals include Schwabacher Mager Gross and Möncgs-Gotisch, both by Gerhard Helzel.

Klingspor link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anna

German designer (b. 1990) who created the handwriting typeface AnnasSchrift (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cousinié Annaëlle

Cousinié Annaëlle (Lyon, France) created the textured geometric solid typeface Dyslexie in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dira Anndhini

Designer in Bandung, Indonesia, who created the ornamental caps typeface Oculus (2012), a custom design for Sirkus Garut based on Georgia.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

John Annear

John Annear is a Perth, Australia-based digital designer. Creator (b. 1995) of the pixel faces White On Box (2010, FontStruct), Sloth (2009, FontStruct), Lont (2012) and Sloth Rounded (2012).

Dafont link. Devian Tart link. Aka Qwert-Acme. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bernard Anne

Bernard Anne (Bordeaux, France) created the experimental circle-based geometric typeface Circa (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jessica Anne

Designer of the hand-printed typefaces Buttercup (2014) and Bella (2014). Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Livi Bree Anne

Aka pixelated princess. Creator of the pixel typeface Pixelated Priness (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marleen Annema

Groningen, The Netherlands-based amateur photographer and student at the Art Academy Minerva Groningen. She created a decorative alphabet in 2014. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Annemieke

Annemieke (Leiden, The Netherlands) created the school project fonts Ik Zie, Script Sans and Scruipt Serif in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pierfrancesco Annicchiarico

Freelance graphic designer. Stones inspired Pierfrancesco Annicchiarico (Grottaglie, Italy) to design the experimental typeface Secco (2009). The Cà brùtta building by Giovanni Muzio in Milan got him to design Monumentale (2009). The 2010 logo for Bar Marangi in his home town is also quite refreshing. He also made the experimental geometric faces Cutoff (2011) and Apulia Round (2010).

In 2012, he cretted the 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. El Santo (2014) is 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).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rob Annoni

Buenos Aires-based designer of Elclip (2013), a basic monoline sans family. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Coco Anouk

Aka Adamas Regular. Coco Anouk designed the free fonts Paranoid (2012, experimental triangular typeface) and Pasion (2012, balloonish typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Julia Anscheringer

Vienna-based designer of Chiaro (2012), a sturdy modular display typeface designed for her Bachelors thesis. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alessandro Anselmi

Italian designer of the pay pixel faces iPix (2008) and Pixies (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joao Pedro Anselmi

As a design student in Farroupilha, Brazil, Joao Pedro Anselmi created Ribbon Furled Typeface (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

André Anselmo

Portalegre, Portugal-based designer of the geometric typeface No Reason (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ilham Antar

Marrakech-based creator of the octagonal Latin typeface Typographie Latin (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michel Antelme

Designer of these free Khmer fonts in 2003: Kampot Gras (2 styles), Kompong B, Lekh Hora B and Lekh Hora Mool. He also assisted Xavier Dupré with the creation of ChriengCKS. Download here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ersin Antep

Istanbul-based designer of the roundish logotype font Ideatick (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Martijn Anthonissen

Creator of Martijns Handschrift (2011, iFontMaker). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Clavel Anthony

During his design studies in Annemasse, France, Clavel Anthony created the ornamental caps typeface Leopard Boy (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

David Anthony

Washington, DC-based graphic designer. He created some experimental custom fonts such as Cuez (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adèle Antignac

Graphic designer, living in Paris. From 2007 until 2009, she studied type design at Ecole Estiene in Paris. In 2010, Budapest inspired her to create the open organic typeface Buda, which is characterized by large counters. Free download at Google Code. Home page. Klingspor link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marcela Antipan

Chilean designer who created the display typeface Paila Marina (2009, Tipos de Cartagua) while studying type design at the University of Chile. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marie Antoine

Marie Antoine (Krispy Krush) is an illustrator and art director in London, b. Gerardmer, France, 1979. Creator of the curvy free font A Taste ofHeaven (2010). Home page. In 2011, she went commercial at MyFonts. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Richard Antoine

FontStructor who made TWKcode (2012, blocky white on black face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christian Antolin

Graphic designer from Guadalajara, Mexico, who made a Dia de Muertos font in 2010, as well as Kushtie Script (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Clara Antolin

Design student in Buenos Aires, class of 2013. Designer of a geometric experimental typeface called Times (2013) and of the hybrid serif typeface Nivo (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anton

Designer of Haajja (2006). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dan Antonelli

Designer at SignDNA who created the 3-d fonts Banner Priz, Corinne, Lori Slant, Nicole, Tommy B, Rocinante, Zak, Prizmatic Numbers. His bio there states: Dan Antonelli owns and operates Graphic D-Signs, Inc. - a full service graphic design and advertising agency. He is focused on providing small to mid sized firms a one stop solution for all their marketing services, from logo and print advertising design to custom truck lettering and web design. His favorite type of work is logo design, and he recently published a book through SignCraft entitled Logo Design for Small Business which features over one hundred logo design. He has had his work featured numerous times in SignCraft. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Julien Antonescu

London-based graphic designer. In 2012, he experimented with various styles of typefaces. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alberto Antoniazzi

Milan-based graphic designer and graphic artist. He created the 3d typeface Platform (2009) and Century Funky (2009, after Century Gothic; free). Behance link. Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aleksandar Antonijevic

Sydney-based designer, who created Livin Life (2012, an origami paper fold alphabet). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Antonina

Polish designer (b. 1989) who created Balls (2006), Ross (2006, handwriting), MPL (2006, handwriting), Dominos (2006, handwriting), Qlfones (2006, handwriting), Melsy (2006, handwriting) and New Age (2007, handwriting). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Antonio

Brazilian student at UFPE who makes type at Tipos do aCaso. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christophe Antonio

Graphic designer in Haarlem, The Netherlands, who works as We Art Free. He created an art deco custom typeface called Delapampa (2009). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Margarete Antonio

Designer of the free handwriting typeface Ma Sexy (2004). In 2003, she made the handwriting fonts MABrownietOO, MAFishy, MAFlirtyBLOCKED, MA-Flirty, MAKulot, MAQuaddie, MASexy, MASimplePleasure. They can be downloaded here.

Bio. Dafont link. Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Valentin Antonov

Designer of the fattish comic book typeface Obelix Pro (2011), which covers both Latin and Cyrillic, and seems to be based on the titling typeface of the Asterix and Obelix series. In 2012, he added Obelix Pro Cry and Obelix Pro Broken. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Priscilla Anton

Priscilla Anton (Berlin) created the typeface Hamburgefontiv (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elmer H. Antonsen

Professor Elmer H. Antonsen, Head Department of Linguistics at the University of Illinois, has developed a runic font for the Mac called Vimose (this font is not on his site though). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sebastian Antonucci

Flores, Argentina-based designer of some untitled hand-drawn typefaces in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

W. Jamison Anton

During his studies at Philadelphia University, W. Jamison Anton designed the great straight-edged poster typeface Chlorine (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anton Antonyuk

Moscow-based designer of a modular monoline typeface in 2012. In 2013, at the British Higher School of Art and Design in Moscow, he created the paperclip typeface Stepan, the shaky typeface Artquake, the display typeface Duchess, and Sketch Font (alphadings). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Esa Anttikoski

Esa Anttikoski's page with minority Russian language links. Has fonts for Altai/Mari, Kazakh, Tatar, Chechen, Chuvash (TimesEC), Udmurt, Ossetian, Karelian, Yakut. His font Abur (2000). Subpage on Russian minority language fonts. In particular, free fonts offered include

  • Eurasian fonts for Bashkir, Buryat, Chuvash, Kalmyk and Tatar (Cyrillic): Bookman Eurasian, Chancery Eurasian, Gothic Eurasian, Mono Eurasian, Palladio Eurasian, Roman Eurasian, Sans Eurasian, Sans Condensed Eurasian, Schoolbook Eurasian. The original fonts were created by URW++, the Cyrillic part by Valek Filippov, and were modified by Esa Anttikoski. These fonts can be distributed and modified freely in accordance with the GNU General Public License.
  • Kildin fonts for the Kildin Saami dialect: Bookman Kildin, Mono Kildin, Roman Kildin, Sans Kildin.
  • Mansi fonts for the Mansi language: Schoolbook Mansi.
  • Paleoasian fonts for Chukchi, Eskimo, Itelmen, Ket, Koryak and Nivkh: ER Bukinist Paleoasian, ER Univers Paleoasian.
  • Sakha fonts for Dolgan and Yakut: Bookman Sakha, Chancery Sakha, Gothic Sakha, Mono Sakha, Palladio Sakha, Roman Sakha, Sans Sakha, Sans Condensed Sakha, Schoolbook Sakha.
  • Sayan-Altai fonts for Altai, Khakas and Shor: Chancery Sayan-Altai, Roman Sayan-Altai, Schoolbook Sayan-Altai.
  • Uralic fonts for Altai, Khanty, Komi, Mari, Nenets, Selkup and Udmurt: Bookman Uralic, Chancery Uralic, Gothic Uralic, Mono Uralic, Palladio Uralic, Roman Uralic, Sans Uralic, Sans Condensed Uralic, Schoolbook Uralic, Zagadka.
[Google] [More]  ⦿

Catarina Antunes

Lisbon-based creator of the oil slick display typeface Ville Nouvelle de Boughezoul (2011), probably as a commission for the Algerian city of Boughezoul. She is a graduate from IADE in Lisbon. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Frederico Antunes

Frederico Antunes (Chiba Chiba) is a designer From Porto Alegre, Brazil.

At T-26, he published the runic display face Pixo (2007). In 2009, he created the boxy rave and drugs-inspired Fiasco (YouWorkForThem) and the experimental Cabulosa (YouWorkForThem). Other fonts include VoidJam and Cachorra (based on urban Brazilian street calligraphy called pixacao).

MyFonts link. YouWorkForThem link. MyFonts foundry link. Personal home page. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Einbein Anubis

Belgian creator of the pixel typeface MsPain (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dexsar Harry Anugrah

Dexsar (b. 1991) lives in Makassar City, South Celebes, Indonesia. Starting in 2012, he designed free typefaces. In 2013, he went commercial as Majestype.

Creator of the free logo font Dipanegara (2012), DHF Broffont Script (2012), the hand-printed DHF Semangat 2012 (2012), and the pretty hand-printed typefaces DHF Quinta's Diary (2012) and DHF Happy Birthday Ryan (2012).

In 2013, he added DHF Story Brush, DHF Milestone Script (a tattoo script available from 123 Creative), DHF Dexgraffiti Return and DHF A Great Happiness (hand-printed), Roverd (signage script), Story Brush (brush face), Broffont Script (retro signage script).

Typefaces from 2014: Bandung (a flowing connected brush script, done with Erwin Indrawan), Aceserif Regular, Doedel (signage script), Goodfly (brush script).

Fontspace link. Facebook link. Dafont page. Creative Market link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Sarawut Anurak

Bangkok, Thailand-based designer (b. 1986) of the Latin / Thai typeface CRU Sarawut 57 (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cristian Anuta

Cristian Anuta (Eno Fonts) created the free grungy typeface Unstable (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sarah Anwar

Cairo-based creator of an untitled Arabic typeface in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tom Bernard Anyz

Frankfurt-based photographer, b. 1973. Creator of the free font Toms Handwritten. In 2008, this font was commercialized as Toms Handwritten (URW++).

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

Yusuke Anzai

Yusuke Anzai is the designer of the futuristic and LCD-type fonts Stargazer, RGB, Signboard, Match99, Calcium, Cocoa, Scratch, Escape, Speedstar, Psycho, Naturalist, Galapagos, and Prototype, mostly freeware. Mac only, type 1 and TT. The YG01 series seems to be commercial. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gisella Anzaldi

Coram, NY-based creator of the Soda Pop typeface in 2012. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tarra Anzalone

Tarra Anzalone (Tarra Design, Huntsville, AL) created the quite elegant condensed sans typeface Tarra Tall (2013).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

K. Anzawa

Yabuchan (K. Anzawa) is the designer of the Fraktur font YABU-Gothic-Font. Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Akemi Aoki

Designer at MvB Design of these fonts: AcmeAnimals (1993), AcmeDinosaurs (1993), AcmeExpressions (1993), AcmeGreenGarden (1994), AcmeSportsGames (1993), AcmeWhatever (1995), AuntMildred (1995), MVB Fantabular and MVB Fantabular Sans (2002, a monospaced typewriter family), the HotsyTotsy family (1995-1996, with Mark van Bronkhorst), MVB Pedestria Pict (2002, dingbats), MVB Pedestria (2002, sans family), MVB Grenadine One and Two (2003, sans families).

View Akemi Aoki's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Atsushi Aoki

Geometrically strong fonts by Atsushi Aoki: AddFatMan, Shade, Speedy, Round, Steel, Line, Rusty, Loops, Shark (not free), WASP (not free), Jazz, IronPoint7, StandardBitmapPoint9. Mac type 1 and Windows truetype. Font names: AddCityboyNormal, AddElectricCity, AddFatMan, AddJazz, AddLGBitmap09, AddLine, AddLoopsNormal, AddMBitmap06, AddRusty, AddShade, AddSniperNormal, AddSpeedy, AddStandardBitmap (2011), AddStarSugarNormal, AddStarSugarOblique, AddSteel, AddWBitmap09, Addround. Font Pavilion sells AddWasp (1999). He designed PointN (1999) at Digitalogue in their DPI72 series. Alternate URL. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Junior Aoki

Japanese type designer who published some Japanese typefaces at FONT1000. His site is called Design Base Tokyo. Typefaces: Jaraku, Jaipo, Jaipo-Min, Jaroku, Jaipo-K. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Katsunori Aoki

In 1996, Aoki won Silver Prize at the annual Tokyo Type Designers Club competition for a logotype he designed for Hiromichi Nakano Design Office. Born in Tokyo in 1965, and employed by San-Ad Co., Ltd. since 1989. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Toshimichi Aoki

Toshimichi Aoki (Ghost Workshop) is the designer of the OpenType font AokiTegaki (2002, handwriting). This also exists in type 3 format. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chiho Aoshima

Chiho Aoshima's fonts are sold through Font Pavilion: Kodomo-Manju (Marshmallow) would make a nice Japanese comics book font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Shigeru Aoyama

Shigeru Aoyama's fonts are sold through Font Pavilion: Aru. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gizem Apak

Student at Sabanci University, Turkey, b. 1989. She created the upright script typeface Muffin (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Strahinja Aparac

Novi Sad, Serbia-based designer of the Latin / Cyrillic display typeface Judith (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ernesto Aparicio

Creator of the slightly calligraphic script faces Apantasia (2008) and Apantasia 2 (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Raquel Aparicio

Raquel Aparicio, one of a group of illustrators called Purple rain Illustrators in Princeton, NJ, published an erotic all-caps alphabet in American Illustration 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Khajag Apelian

Freelance graphic designer from Lebanon. Born in Sharjah, UAE, an Armenian with a Lebanese nationality. Graduate of the Type and Media program at KABK, 2009. There, he designed Arek, an Armenian typeface specifically designed to replace the typefaces currently used in school books. It is a fresh interpretation of the ancient Armenian script used in the old manuscripts. My ambitious plan for this project is to include a serif and a sans serif version, containing upright and cursive forms, with multiple weights, display versions and initials. However, currently the project includes only the serif upright, regular and black weights, in addition to the cursive and the initials. This typeface was awarded First Prize in the Granshan 2010 competition for Armenian text types. Arek was finally published by Rosetta Type Foundry in 2012.

After graduation, he started freelancing as a graphic and type designer in Amsterdam. Partner at The Place.

Other typefaces include The Chattam (2009, a Clarendon revival), Boujour (2008, an ultra fat deco face), Moudwi (2007, an experimental Arabic detached typeface inspired by the Unified typeface created by Nasri Khattar).

His typefaces: Arek, Hagatir, Boujour (2008, piano key typeface), Mulsaq (2008, Arabic), Moudwi, Nuqat (2010: a dot matrix typeface by René Knip, Khajag Apelian, Jeroen van Erp, and Reza Abedini).

Typecache link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Philippe Apeloig

French type designer (b. Paris, 1962) who designed the experimental fonts Carré, Octobre (a stencil in the De Stijl genre), and Aleph in 1994. [The digital versions of these fonts are due to Franck Montfermé.] First prize at the Tokyo Type Directors Club in 1995, and a Judges' Special Prize at the same competition in 1999. Poster exhibition. Bio.

Since 1992, he has been teaching typography at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs.

In 2012, the people at Nouvelle Noire in Zurich helped produce several of Apeloig's typefaces:

  • In the De Stijl genre: Octobre (1994), Ndebele.
  • The geometric typeface ABF.
  • ABF Lineaire (2013). A stencil typeface with elements of LED letters.
  • ABF Silhouette (2009). Based on ABF Petiit, this typeface was developed for the 2009 conference on the Space and Architecture of Libraries.
  • ABF Petit. Custom designed as part of a new corporate identity for the Association des Bibliothécaires de France.
  • Coupé (2013): The font Coupé is based on the streamlined elegance of vintage sports cars. Apeloig designed these letterforms for an exhibition of fashion designer Ralph Lauren’s car collection. The exhibition made its European premiere at the MusĂ©e des Arts DĂ©coratifs in Paris accompanied by a poster inspired by the clean engineering of the automobiles.
  • Poudre (2013). This font was created by Apeloig for a poster advertising an exhibition on the prolific inventor and industrialist Alfred Nobel. Apeloig's concept was inspired by Nobel's invention of dynamite and work with subatomic particles.
  • Ali (2013). An origami stencil typeface.
  • Aleph (1994). Based on a simple arc, and influenced by Excoffon's banco (1952).

Alternate URL. Photograph. Winner in 2009 of the typographic design award of the International Society of Typographic Designers (ISTD). Nouvelle Noire Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ulrich Apel

A free handwritten kanji font, dated 2006: KanjiStrokeOrders. Plus another free kanji font, Choumei (2008). Inside the KSO font, we learn that Ulrich Apel was the motor behind the font and the project. Tim Eyre turned the SVG data into a font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Angel Apolinar

During his studies at the Escuela Nacional de Artes Plástica de la UNAM (Mexico City), Angel Apolinar designed the Tekia text typeface (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anthony Aponte

Vargas, Venezuela-based designer of Rupees (2013), which is based on the lettering used in the Legend of Zelda game. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Aponte

New York-based Puerto Rican artist, who designed the sports dingbat font DF Energetics (1995). Versions at Elsner&Flake, ITC and Esselte (original). This font was inspired by Picasso.

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

Ivan Apostolski

Designer of Cyrivendell (2011) about which he wriotes: Cyrivendell - a portmanteau of Cyrillic (which it does support entirely) and Rivendell, the fictious city from LOTR. This script does resemble a couple of existing and popular fonts; this one, however, focuses on Cyrillic and also contains all European international characters. Cyrillic support is for Serbian, Macedonian, Russian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian and Belarus. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joshua Appelbaum

Brooklyn-based graphic designer who created a squarish typeface called Joyce Dance Studio (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Luka Appelberg

Helsinki-based designer of the pixelish typeface Alfabeth (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gina Apperson

Creator of the hand-printed caps typeface Elon Community (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carolyn Applebaum

As a student at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Carolyn Applebaum designed a lively display typeface family, Gherkin (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Good Apples

Good Apples is a design studio in Boulder, CO. Creators of the monoline display typeface Hello Denver (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andrés Apud

Graduate from FADU, University of Buenos Aires, who created the typeface Verjilius Augusteus (2008), a display typeface that is in search of an identity. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ana Carolina Aquino

During her studies at UFMA (Federal University of Maranhão, Brazil), Ana Carolina Aquino (Sao Luis, Brazil; b. 1994) developed the vernacular typeface Traco (2014) based on lettering by Caio Oliveira found in one of the university's buildings. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dave Aquino

Designer of the art deco multiline typeface Beacon Hill (2009, FontStruct). The font is called "Beacon Hill" because it's inspired by the totem pole carvings at Beacon Hill park in Victoria, BC, Canada. If you turn the word on its side, it looks reminiscent of a totem pole. Dave Aquino is located in Vancouver. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Debora Aquino

Creator (with Gabriela Albuquerque) of the computer game dingbat font Sentai 30 (2007). Based on the Super Sentai logos and characters by Toei Company. See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gabriel Moraes Aquino

Graphic designer, illustrator, painter and photographer in Rio de Janeiro. During his studies, he created the text typeface Gladius (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jacquie Aquino

Walled Lake, MI-based creator of Devine (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Migo Aquino

Migo Aquino (Quezon City, The Philippines) created the animal-themed typeface Amigoville in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Thales L. Aquino

Graphic designer from Rio de Janeiro (b. 1982) who created a mecano-style typeface called Articulada (2011) and the basic geometric shap typeface Patriota (2012, based on the Brazilian flag). Articulada won an award at Tipos Latinos 2012.

Dafont link. Cargo Collective link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yanina Arabena

Yani Arabena (b. 1985, Buenos Aires) graduated from the University of Palermo in 2007 and then from FADU-UBA in Buenos Aires in 2012. Her graduation typeface in 2012 at FADU UBA (University of Buenos Aires) is the signage script typeface Abelina. Still with Guille Vizzari, she created Volar Script (2014, a signage script custom created for Aerolineas Argentinas) and Cafecito (2014), and was involved in several lettering and calligraphic projects.

In 2014, Yani Arabena and Guille Vizzari published Abelina Pro at Sudtipos. It is based on Yanina's thesis project in 2011-2012 at FADU/UBA simply called Abelina, which was mentored by Ale Paul and Ana Sanfelippo.

Behance link, jointly with Guille Vizzari. Another Behance link. Facebook link. Joint web page with Guillermo Vizzari. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Boaz Arad

Boaz Arad (aka Funky Type) is the designer of Facelift (1997), a very grungy old typewriter font. See also here and here. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lina Aragon

Lina Aragon (Cali, Colombia) is a graphic design student. Her designs, including her typefaces and her moustache, are curly, lively and fun. The typefaces include Santonia (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Isaac AraGuim

Isaac AraGuim, a student at IESB in Brasilia, Brazil, created the hand-printed caps typeface Trilo (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yoshihide Arai

Yoshihide Arai's Japanese foundry which produced these free fonts from 2003 until 2007: Acidpunk, Aqutone Circle (only black circles), Blockbox3D, BlockboxHeay, BlockboxLigh, BlockboxMaruheay, BoxboxboxHeay, Bubble, CharacerAfro, ChildrenLigh (children's scribbles), Circle, Genjiko, Genshi, Gucle Bold, Handoo, Heainz, Hexagon (hexagonal letters), Hieroglico A, Korrekt (techno), Korrekt Oblique (techno), Majipane (kana face), Marudo (pixel face), Mimot Bold (curly), Mixertype (dings), MonolinRegular (upright script), Morphon, Newdo99 (pixel face), Nwnwn, Omocha No. 1 and No. 2 (dingbats), Rippen Regular and Bold (octagonal), Teks Bitmap, Ufons, Webicon1 (dingbats), Acidpunk. Old URL of its predecessor, YaFontWeb. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Au Aranas

Manila-based creator of the very original multilined caps typeface Achille Castiglioni (2011), which was named after the industrial designer. She graduated from the Ateneo de Manila University in March 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Moisés Arancibia

SMOG (Santiago Motion Graphics) is a design studio in Santiago (Chile) founded in 2007 by Moisés Arancibia and Pablo González. Typefaces by tyhe studio include the display faces Alpaca, Hola Mundo, Mokeka, Mafia, Matas, Central, Chacon and Bikini.

Felipe Cáceres helped out with the final production of these typefaces designed by Moisés Arancibia: Alpaca (a slab face), Mafia (an experimental face), Mokeka (a display face), Matas (a display face), Central (a display face), Chacon (a black rounded face), and Bikini (a squarish face).

In addition, Moisés Arancibia created Menu (not at SMOG) and Hola Mundo (alien dingbats, some of which were designed by Sebastian Platz and Sebastian Pagueguy).

All fonts are free. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Javier Araneda Giovanetti

During his studies in Santiago, Chile, Javier Araneda designed Egenau Pro (2009). It was inspired by Chilean sculptor Juan Egenau Moore (1927-1987), who uses aluminum carapaces in his sculptures. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hugo Araneda

Santiago, Chile-based creator of the sans typeface Fetiche (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Catalina Mazo Arango

Graphic designer in Medellin, Colombia. Creator of the fat monoline all caps sans typeface Plus (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Sofia Arango

Maria Sofia Arango used iFontMaker to create Sofia's (2011), a curly hand-printed face. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Reza Arani

CEO of Tahavolgaran Arse Ettelaat in Tehran. His old site offered two free fonts: Sin-Titr-Bold (1997, Sina Dadras), and Mellat (1999, Majlis Research Center by Reza Arani). He explains that he was one of the first people to solve the problem of Persian scripts on web pages, and that his fonts were designed for that purpose, mainly. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Erica Arantowicz

During her studies in 2013 at York College of Pennsylvania in Collegeville, PA, Erica Arantowicz created the typeface T3ch over at FontStruct. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Aranzazu

Bogota, Colombia-based typographer and type designer who created these typefaces in 2013: Sofona T, Sofona 3 (elliptical sans), Magica (display sans), Eclipta (squarish face). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kanella Arapoglou

Greek graphic designer. She studied Graphic Design at TEI, in Athens, and later received an MA in Communication Design from Central Saint Martins, in London. During her stay in London, Kanella worked as an Art Director for some design agencies.

She designed PF Haus Square Pro for Parachute in 2001-2006. This squarish family has Greek and Cyrillic versions as well.

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

Kyrox Arashi

Canadian youngster (b. 1992) who is working on the pixel typeface Chmod (2007). Home page. Chmod 1.0 (2008) was made with FontStruct. Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

James Aratan

Creator of the free grungy typeface Random Access Memory (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ana Araujo

London-based designer of the display typeface Floffy Foffi (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ana Raquel Araujo

Editorial designer and illustrator in Guimaraes, Portugal. Creator of a brush all-caps alphabet in 2010 while studying at ESEIG. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Araujo

Graphic design student from El Salvador currently living in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He created the children's book alphabet World of Goo (2011), which is based on goo, dirt, slimy monsters and worms. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel Goulart Araujo

Designer of these free fonts: Evil Dead, Evil Dead Army of Darkness, Evil Dead II UK, and Evil Deas by Dawn US. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diego Araujo

Creator at Unique Types of the free experimental typeface Pé da letra (2011) and of Diego (2011, FontStruct). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Eduardo Araujo

Lisbon-based designer of the kitchen tile typeface Modular (2014), which was a school project at the University of Lisbon. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fabio Yllen Blanes Araujo

Designer in Sao Paulo, Brazil. His typefaces from 2012: Artmarker, Belezera, Putana, Putana Negrita, Banga. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gabriela Araujo

Gabriela Araujo (Recife, Brazil) created Horror Type (2011, a pixel face). At FontStruct, she made Missing (2011, pixel face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ines Araujo

Ines Araujo (Lisbon, Portugal) created the modular typeface Let's Jazz in 2012 in collaboration with Joana Couto. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lean Araujo

Lean Araujo (Buens Aires, Argentina) created an untitled monoline typeface in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Luciano Araujo

Brazilian creator of the iFontMaker fonts Autalinha (outline, hand-printed), Garrancho, Setetres. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Luis Araujo

During his studies at the Universidade Federal de Goiás (UFG) in Brazil, Luis Araujo designed the display typeface Naomi (2013), which is based on Robert Slimbach's Minion (1990). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Noe Araujo

Graphic designer in Monterrey, Mexico, b. 1990.

Creator of the free thin chisel font New Theory (2012), of the stick font SixSixSix (2013), and of the hand-drawn Dollar Lemonade (2013, yours for two dollars), Anke Sans (2014: a free geometric sans), Beeeer (2014, tweetware poster font), Giant (2014), California (2014), My Hand (2014), Raw Font (2014), and Composition (2014).

Creative Market link. Behance link. a href="http://www.dafont.com/noe-araujo.d3816">Dafont link. Open Font Library link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alejandra Araus

Designer of the connected monoline Lovely Script (2013) which was developed during a course given by Daniel Hernandez and Paula Nazal in Santiago, Chile. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diego Aravena Silo

Diego Aravena Silo set up his own typefoundry in Santiago (Chile) in 2013. Creator of the funky flared typeface family Pirata (2013). Pirata has some interlocking characters. D Sari (2014, Latinotype) won an award at Tipos Latinos 2014. Diego calls this 22-style rounded sans family neohumanist. In 2014, he also published Zennat Pro at Latinotype. D Hanna (2014) is a 22-font neohumanist sans typeface family.

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

Eduardo Araya

Eduardo Araya (Arica, Chile) created the free squarish sans typeface Manteka (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rodrigo Araya Salas

RAS Design is Rodrigo German or Rodrigo Araya Salas, a designer from Santiago, Chile, b. 1987.

Rodrigo Typo link. RAS Design link. Dafont link. Behance link. Fontspace link. Fontsy link. Abstract Fonts link. Old URL.

Creator of many hand-drawn free fonts.

His typefaces from 2008 and 2009: Super (2009, for signage), Snow (2009), Mari (2009), El Cubano (2009, dingbats of faces), Mental Freak (2009, outline), Freak Animals (2009), Brigada Ramona Parra (2009, dingbats), Happie (2009, dingbats), Santiago Icono (2009), Icono Skate Dingbat (2009), 78 Skate (2009), The Sorden (2009), Estilo Urbano (2009, stencil), Tetris (2009), Techno (2009), Kona (2009, childish hand), Parody Logoskate (2009, dingbats), Fat Love (2009), La Rata Bizarra (2008), Tabla (2008), A Mano Alza (2009), Maribel (2009, handwriting), Stencil (2009), Rayando (2008, chalky writing), Klam, Loco TV, Monos Frekis (2008, funny dingbats), Tabla (2008), Happie (2009, more funny dingbats), Funny Icons (2009), Kiltro (2008, dog dingbats), Pokemona (dingbats), Maniatico (scratchy outlined hand), Bizarro 1 (outline hand), Chile (dingbats), Freaky (2008, dingbats), Esquiso (outlined handwriting), Crazy Ras (outlined and hand-printed), Skatelove (2008, dingbats), Los de Abajo (2008, dingbats), Logoskate (2008), David (2008, flowing ultra fat face), Destruccion (2008, grungy), Skateboarding (2008, ransom note face), Mike Valley (2008, skateboard dingbats), Rodney Mullen King (2009, skateboard dingbats), El Chavo del 8 (2008, scanbats), Grande Maradona (2008, scanbats), Saintfont (2009, hand-printed), New Tetris (2009), September 11 Icon (2009, a powerful set of dingbats), Icono BMX (2009, bike dingbats).

Typefaces from 2010: Commando X (2010, a pixel dingbat typeface for computer games), Raya Irregular, Mari+David, Depressive Icon, Esquiso, Ego (2010), El Cubano (dingbats with faces), Barras Bravas (almost graffiti face), Globe Face (award winner at Tipos Latinos 2010).

Fonts done in 2011: Logo Font, Buen Dia (ransom note face), Drugstore (blackletter), Condorita (dingbats), KingKöng (a nice fat letter comic book face), Rolo (fat letter face), Logo, Comando X (a pixelized dingbat typeface based on video games), Catbox (2011, fat and rounded), Joia (a thin octagonal face), Plop (a "hip hop font").

Typefaces from 2012: Designio (rounded sans family), Nollie, Rocka (triangulated), Mosku (paint or blood drip face), Gigio Italia Bizarre (dingbats), Conny Rocket, Retro Hand Type (stitched), Wood (wood type simulation), Tritona, Nollie, Zdravo Maria (children's hand), Bordados (stitched typeface).

Typefaces from 2013: Mexe, Polly, Pintanina (comic book caps face), Giger Free (inspired by the paintings of H.R. Giger), Rango (fat hand-printed face), Smile (fat signage face), Pequeña (a fat finger typeface for children's books; in Latin, Greek and Cyrillic), Children One, Lollapalooza, BRP (dingbats), Koni Black, Cusco, Rorschach, Children One (poster font), Varial Hellflip, Marty (hand-drawn poster font for Latin and Cyrillic), Barricada [not to be confused with the Barricada font by Sudtipos].

Typefaces from 2014: Peral, Zurita (brush face), Ruba, Street Animals (dingbats), NegritaPro (funky), Ruda (brush face), Muro (thick brush type), Cucho (signage typeface), BRC (hand-printed), Konga (a chocolaty creamy signage script), Pony, Guakala, Alboroto, Loyola (cartoon script started in 2013), Froh (an informal fat stencil), Paihuen Pro (Mapuche-inspired letters), Helenita (perhaps useful for children's books), Macabro (a great hand-lettered and weathered typeface family), Ria, Bototo.

Vectorlove won an award at Tipos Latinos 2012. Mona won an award at Tipos Latinos 2014. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Zohor Arazi

Based in Tel Aviv, Zohor Arazi designed a Hebrew typeface in 2013 that is based on Bodoni. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anna Arbatova

Graphic designer in Moscow. Creator of an unnamed artistic Latin script typeface in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ivan Arbatskiy

Creator of Franzisk (2001, with Dmitriy Ivanov). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pedro Javier Arbelaez

Medellin, Colombia-based designer of Vinnie Six Rounds (2013), a Western typeface based on the movie Pulp Fiction and co-designed with Daniel Hernandez and Jorge Arias Flores. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jason Arber

Pixelsurgeon has pixel and other fonts by Jason Arber, a typographer/designer based in London. Partially commercial. Free fonts: Teenage Delinquent, Pancake, Good Advice, Chinese Whisper (neat Chinese seals by Rina Cheung). Commercial: Waikiki, Tekno, Surgery, San Francisco, Rubbish, Protopixel, Pixelbitch, PhutureBelly, Octopuss, Offender, Los Mutantes, Eviltype, EqualRights, Buddha's Teeth, Boxy 35, Boxy 5, Bongo, 3Some, Area 51. old Phont Typographics page. Other fonts that were at Phont Typographics include Phont Threesome (like Mahovac's Kalendar), Poopy (by Funny Satan), Fantazija (by Jason Arber), Crunchy Fax Phont, Death Phont (Jason Arber) and Nobby Phont (by Jason Arber), as well as Iron Forge Phont (1999, free at Chank's). [Google] [More]  ⦿

James Arboghast

James Arboghast (b. Melbourne, Australia, 1963) runs Sentinel Type, which he started in 2003 out of Collingwood, Victoria. He is now in Kew East, Victoria. He is a freelance advertising creative. His first commercial typeface was Ganymede (2003), which was later extended to Ganymede 3D (2005). He also made BigNoodleTitling-Oblique (2003) and BigNoodleTitling (2003) [for these, you are asked to send a cheque to Maurice Dorisio in Victoria, Australia], Citizen Kern (2003, free), Maus (2003, free octagonal block-shadow face), Rhodaelian (2004), Primex (2003, a gaspipe family), Sten (2004, a heavy mechanical stencil family that includes Sten Cyrillic), Adam Gorry (2004, a traditional inline all caps family; also a starred style called Lights), Midnight Kernboy (2004), DeLouisville (2004, Western Tuscan billboard face), Jellybrush (2005), Euphonia (2003), Verzierte Schwabacher (2005, Typoasis, with Petra Heidorn, based on a blackletter font by that name from the Carl Kloberg foundry in 1891; also called Schwabach Deko), Sibyl (2005, an inline Schwabacher, Blue Vinyl), Bug Blatter Mega Grotesk (2007), Amity (2007, a unicase type design in the spirit of Bayer Universal), Soft Serve (2005, comic book or ice cream cone ad typeface designed by Haley Fiege and James Arboghast), Pykes Peak and Pyke's Peak Zero (2008, avant garde), Jabberwub (2008, chewing gum type) and Big Noodle Titling (2008).

Arboghast is his professional name (as he states: I write ads and I create professional pseudonyms for artists and brand names for a living, among other things.).

His free faces are at TypOasis and Dafont. Abstract Fonts link. Klingspor link.

View the typefaces made by James Arboghast. View the Sentinel typeface library. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Juan Manuel Arboleyda

Graphic and type designer, b. Tapachula Chis, Mexico, 1978. He obtained a Mhere. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Manuel Arboleyda Valdovinos

As a student at Gestalt in Mexico, Juan Manuel Arboleyda designed the serif typeface Sonera in 2006. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Julien Arbona

Graphic designer in Tours, France, who created the multiline typeface simply called Grid (2012). In 2013, he added the experimental stick font Antica. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ann Megg Arbotante

Designer from the Gold Coast in Australia, who created an ornamental octopus-themed ornamental alphabet called Tentacle (2013).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bhanu Arbuaratna

Bhanu Arbuaratna is a New York based Art Director, designer and illustrator. Behance link.

Creator of the slab typeface Number & Symbols (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maxim Arcand

Ottawa-based designer of the 5-weight typeface family Squared (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kpricornium Arcanum

Mexican digital artist and typographer. He created the octagonal ultra-black typeface Qbo (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Eddie Arcaro

Designer of Man of War (2010), which can be found at Freehostia. It is admittedly ana mateurish attempt at copying Horseface (Robert Wilson, 2010), a mini-slabbed typeface. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Stefano Arcella

Type designer (b. New Jersey, 1967). He is involved in ornament design at the foundry of Charles Nix, New Fonts in New York, where he helped create Nani, NixRift and Tuk Tuk. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Martin Archer

Southern Californian who designed ITC Eastwood (1997, grunge), and Fear. The flared typeface Teen (2000) is due to Martin Archer and Ray Larabie. Home page. FontShop link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Rande Archer

Brooklyn, NY-based designer of the stained glass font Stained (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gabriele Archibugi

Italian designer of the free hand-printed font A Day in Autumn (2012) and of Trattopenlife (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aleksei Archipov

Russian designer of the blurry Latin/Cyrillic font FD Median (2003). He calls himself the "Flying Dutchman". [Google] [More]  ⦿

Taner Ardali

Turkish art director and graphic designer in Istanbul. Work page. Creator of the Embrio family of sans faces in 2009. Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sakti Ardika

Pondok Gede, Indonesia-based creator (b. 1991) of the modular sci-fi typeface Abandon (2014). Fontspace link. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bel Ardila

During her studies in Buenos Aires, Bel Ardila created the Western typeface Bullet Type (2013): At first the design was a reference to the Franco-Belgian comic Lucky Luke and then its own personality emerged. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniela Hanna Ardiman

Chilean designer of the text typeface Mangai Regular, which won an award at Tipos Latinos 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Davide Ardissone

Creator of the minimal sans typeface Albertino (2008), and the monoline sans typeface Giorgino (2011). Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gerado Arechiga

Whittier, CA-based designer of Jeep (2012, a blackboard bold face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alberto Arellano

Alberto Arellano (Memela Studio, Guadalajara, Mexico) designed Cali (2010) and Marga (2010, a polygonal geometric display sans done with Peter Lorenz). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Datu Arellano

Quezon City, The Philippines-based designer of the display typeface Tahigami (2013), which combines origami with triangular patterns. Tahi is Tagalog for stitch, and kami is Japanese for paper.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Enrique Arellano

Enrique Arellano (b. Colombia) runs Estudio Arellano Type Foundry in Mexico City. Behance link. Creator of Barata Display (2012, a free signage typeface).

In 2013, Arellano went commercial. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Francisco Arellano

Foundry in Ixipcalli, Mexico, run by Mexico City-based Francisco Arellano (b. 1981). Creator of the free monoline sans faces Coamei (2011) and Copilme (2011), the informal monoline typeface InColhua (2011), and Huelic (2011).

In 2012, they published the commercial typefaces Bolta (monoline organic sans), Caronta (a monoline humanistic sans with a large x-height), Tecpana, Naolica (a monoline, elliptical sans family), Auloe (a rounded contrast-laden sans family), Olpan (monoline sans family), Kaodai (monoline sans), Ocelca (a tribal organic type family), Qatana (a Peignotian sans family), Metrica (an organic elliptical sans family in 12 styles), Minimalista (monoline sans family with a hairline weight), and the elegant wide sans family Ekon.

Typefaces from 2013: Ancora (high-contrast fashionable titling face), Binaria.

Dafont link. Aka Jef Triforce. Fontspring link. FontVila link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

David Arena

Creator of the hand-printed typeface David Regular (2012, iFontMaker). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nicolo Arena

Graphic designer in Milan who was born in 1990 in Ancona, Italy. In 2011, he made a grid and compass-based geometric typeface called Le Tour Eiffel. At Politecnico in Milan, Nicolo Arena and Claudia Consiglieri did research under Marta Bernstein on the use of typefaces in the music field. Nicolo Arena designed the compass and ruler-based typeface Tour Eiffel (2012).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lynda Areno-Aciro

Rotting vegetables inspired Lynda Aneno-Aciro (London, UK) when she developed the textured all caps typeface Decay in 2014 during her graphic design studies. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Peet Aren

Plakatschrift type specialist from Estonia. Sample of his work from 1913 until 1927. Images: i, ii, iii, iv. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lene M. Arensdorff Kristiansen

Danish designer (b. 1989) of the grunge ink spill typeface Arensdorff Ink (2011), of the experimental monoline typeface Elephont (2011), and of Egyptian Hieroglyphs Silhouette (2011) and Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs (2011).

In 2012, she created an unnamed black didone display typeface.

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

Kii Arens

Designer in 1997 of JuniorPopstar. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Roman Georg Arens

Saarbrücken-based designer of the freeware font Suetterlin. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Colin Arenz

Designer of D'Ni, a strange script font (D'Ni is a trademark of Cyan Productions). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fabio Ares

Buenos Aires-based designer, b. 1971, Buenos Aires. Graduate of the Universidad Nacional de La Plata, class of 1993. Since 1993, he teaches at that same university. Author of Libro Expósitos. La tipografía en Buenos Aires 1780-1824. In 2013, he received the FADU Prize for his work Expósitos. Revalorización patrimonial tipográfica del Buenos Aires virreinal (1780-1810).

In 2013, Fabio Ares and Octavio Osores created the vernacular railroad signage typefaces FC Sud, FC Norte, and FC Monte Chingolo, which is based on iron signage found in train stations in Argentina. In 2010, he designed the colonial typeface family Expositos (in redondo, cursiva and vinñetas styles). There is also a book called Expositos La tipografia en Buenos Aires 1780-1824.

Further railroad typefaces include FC Nordeste (2013), FC Provincial (2013), FC Gambier (2013) and FC Quinquenal (2013).

In 2014, he designed Garrigos Ornamental (a set of ornaments based on the period between 1780 and 1824 in Buenos Aires). The Ferrocarril series continues with FC Nefa (+Stencil).

Behance link. Other link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Damien Aresta

pleaseletmedesign is a duo of Belgian graphic designers comprising Pierre Smeets (b. 1981) and Damien Aresta (b. 1979). They set up their own graphic design studio in 2004 after graduating from Saint-Luc Higher School of Arts in Liège (Belgium) and spending almost a full year in ERG (Graphic Research School) in Brussels (Belgium). The projects of pleaseletmedesign range from graphic design, books, posters, identities and stationnery to exhibition design, signage, titles sequences, and website in cultural sectors as diverse as music, architecture, cinema and advertising clients. Toyota Belgium used a car to design the outlines of an upright script called iQ (2009). Free download. The font was made by Pleaseletmedesign. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Francisca Arevalo

Argentinian graphic designer who made the connected advertising script font Dulcita (2006). [Google] [More]  ⦿

JuanCharles Arevalo

San Salvador-based designer of the grungy typeface Splash Apple (2013). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jenita Arevin

During her studies at Humber College in Toronto, Jenita Arevin created Modern Gaelic (2014) with a lower case t straight from a cemetery vampire movie. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arash Arfazadeh

Creator of M/M Paris Tribute (2008, FontStruct). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Frederic Argazzi

Italian designer at FontStruct in 2008 of cialix. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Billy Argel

Brazilian graphic designer and prolific creator of free typefaces, which often combine calligraphy and grunge.

Fonts from 2014: Strongbox (concave Western font), Goiabada, Bonesoup, Blanc Chateau (tattoo script), Botas Sujas (grungy letterpress font), Bigbobs (cartoon face), Yukathin N Conte Smile, Sambahollyc, Cherry Jam, Cacha (grunge), Rubber Stamp, Yukafont (hand-printed), Cabriolet (brush script), Sweet Correction Roth (tattoo script).

Fonts from 2011: Tabu, Caribbean Tool (roman caps face), Pijamas (hand-printed 3d outline face), Nova Solid (Nova Regular and Bold are from 2014), Chocolate Dealer, Happy Family (dingbats), Save The Mini, Tosca Zero (grunge), Epidemia (grunge), Skt and Destroy (grunge), High on fire, Manabu, Masterplan, Thrashline (multiline), Triumph Rewind, The Dreamer, Why, Uranium Mafia, Blessed Day, Caribbean Tool (floral caps face), Lost Winner, Dove Love (curly valentine's Day font), Safe Iodine (texture face), Easy Trouble, ArgelFont, BUTECO (sketch font), DIAMONDDUST, Dropping, Ink In The Meat (tattoo font), NORMAL, POPCORN (a great grunge hand-drawn Futura Black), POPCORNSKETCHSKETCH (a sketched face), ROCKETAIR, ShitHappens-Cursive. Panhead (grunge Western face).

Fonts made in 2010: Thrashline, Dotled (a fuzzy texture face), Refurbished, PUNKBABE, CANDYINC, GreenPillow, DIRTYBAGBOLDTRIAL, LEDLIGHT, MAJORGUILTY, Network Vampires, NEWESTTRIAL (Western face), VATOS, Billy Argel Font (calligraphic), ACIDLABEL, BeyondSky-trial, HURTMOLD, TOSCAZERO, TABU (grunge), EASY TROUBLE, BOMBFONT (puffy letters), BILLYARGELFONT (calligraphic), Soap Store (grunge), ANGELTEARS (calligraphic), BUTOXQUEEN-trial, ELECTRICHANDS (cursive hand), FLOWERFLOW-trial, HAPPYFAMILY-TRIAL, HEARTQUAKE (grunge), MSKITOKILLA (grunge), NIGHTSTALKER-TRIAL (grunge), RAINFOREST (handwriting with rough edges), ROADMOVIE, ROSE TATTOO (an outlined hand-printed beauty), TWINPINES (brush), WANNABEME (sketched), WEDDINGNIGHTMAREStrial (calligraphic), BEERNOTE, GREENMIND (grunge), PORNFASHION, MASTERPLAN (grunge), SNIPERSHOT.

Fonts from 2009: COOLECTOR, BODYHUNTER-Bold (grunge), CLUBHAUS-Bold (ultra black, mechanical/octagonal), MAKEMEALPHA (grunge), NewGardenLight, TRIUMPHREWIND (grunge), Nachos and TV, Oxidisaster, Helloween, Lemon Day Semibold (a sketch font), Tosca Zero, Outlaw (Western face), Gangland (scratchy brushy face), B Side (vertical stencil).

Fonts from 2008: Plastic Pill (fat art deco face), Bedspread Assassin, A Bite (grunge), Dirty and Classic (grunge calligraphy), Gas Mask (grunge stencil), PANHEAD (grungy Western billboard font), My Turtle, Cubiculo Gallery (created for the Cubiculo Gallery in Sao Paulo), Ginga (grunge calligraphic--think award-winning grunge!!!), Wallrider, Black-Oak, TOY_SOLDIERS-Bold (grunge), Abite (grunge), ACIDLABEL, Bulldozer, Cheap Stealer, DONOTEXIST, HANGUP (3-d bouncy letters), HYERBA (Far West font), LAZYDAY (hand-printed outline caps face), LEDLIGHT, Mon Bijoux (ornamental), MANABU (futuristic), PEIXEFRITO, Positiv-A, Killed DJ (multiline grunge), Sniper (grunge), Black Oak (smudged face), ShAnKed,

Fonts from 2007: Olho de Boi (a great scratchy handwriting font inspired by the first Brazilian postage stamp which was released on August 1, 1843), Skull TS2 (skull dingbats), REBOARD, Hurtmold (rounded octagonal face), PDRPT (grunge), the Soma family (modern stencil), Caatinga (2006, artsy display face), Santos Dumont (handwriting: free at DaFont).

Klingspor link. Dafont link. Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Flora Argemí

Chilean designer of La Choly, a signage typeface that won an award at Tipos Latinos 2008 in the non-text typeface category. Her Rakatan Negra (2011) is a comic book typeface that can be had for free at Andez.

At Tipos Latinos 2012, Flora Argemí won an award in the display type category for Perejil. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joe Argent

During his studies at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, AL, Joe Argent (Jasper, AL) created the display typeface family Argent (2013). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alison Argento

Travel writer based in Cherry Hill, NJ. Designer (b. Augusta, ME, 1977) of the children's scribble font Urly Lurnin (2008), and of Smiley (2008, comic book face), and of the informal handwriting fonts Pickled Sans (2008), Slim Pickens (2008), Smokehouse (2008) and Gladly Mailed (2008).

Bender Script (2008) is a brush script developed from an incomplete script drawn by Charles Chas Bluemlein.

Barnstormer Script (2010) is a sign painter typeface. Gonte (2013) is a sketchbook script typeface.

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

Mike Argles

Graphic designer Mike Argles (Milton Keynes, UK) created the experimental piano key typeface Cut Type (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andrea Arguelles

Creator of Brainy (2013). The texture of the typeface is probably meant to depict a brain, but it could also be considered as a camouflage texture. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Martin Argüello

Graphic design student in Cordoba, Argentina. Creator of the free paperclip typeface Clip (2012). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Federico Arguissein

Buenos Aires, Argentina-based designer of the display typeface Voyage (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sofía Arhancet

Graduate from FADU, University of Buenos Aires, who created the ultra-condensed didone typeface Joker (2010).

FADU UBA link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alexander Arhipov

Russian type designer. His Colmena (2009, ParaType) was designedfor books for children. This font used to be called FD Harvey. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

David Arias

Type and culture blog by Vancouver-based designer David Arias. He created Isometrica (2008, a 3d pixel block face) and Toko (2009). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mario Arias

Aka Mario Ernesto and Mario Ariaz. El Salvador-based designer (b. 1988) of the pixelish typeface Cube (2011) and the hand-printed typeface Stylo (2011).

Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Behaaf Arid

Creator of Shapur (2012) for inscriptional Pahlavi. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marwan Aridi

Company based in Dallas, TX, that markets Marwan Aridi's great drawings. His borders, ornaments, initial caps, ribbons and banners are almost legendary. They are for now in EPS format, and truetype and type 1 versions are available for many. Alternate URL. He sells great sets of drawings for the following: Arabic Calligraphy Art, Arabic Caps&Fonts, Web Clips, Initial Caps I, Initial Caps II, Initial Caps III, Initial Caps IV, Historical Ornaments Patterns&Frames, Arabesque Ornaments, Arabesque Borders, Olde World Borders I, Olde World Borders II, Calligraphia, Olde World Ornaments, Ribbons, Banners&Frames, Ornamental Backgrounds, Crests, Ribbons&Frames, Typography&Printer's Ornaments, Aridi Fiesta, Business 1, Background Two, Arabesque Designs. Alternate URL. Arab Caps has many fonts. Package of 30 display fonts for 500USD. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Roni Arieh

Israeli font designer who made the Hebrew faces Afifon MF (hand-printed), Krashim MF (2006). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Amanda Ariel

Amanda Ariel (Kaboom Kreaticve) is the Australian creator of the hand-printed typeface Peak (2012) and the comic book typeface Quickstyle (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tariq Arien

Graphic design student in Schoonhoven, The Netherlands, who created the squarish typefaces Squareb45 (2013) and Squareb90 (2013), and the display typeface Leaf (2013).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Muhammad Rizky Ariesto

Born in 2001 in Tuban, Jawa Timur, Indonesia, Muhammad Rizky Ariesto created the inky script typefaces Hanatasya Sans (2014), Tersesat (2014), Ozi's Handwrite (2014), 8 Octav (2014), Semangat 45 in 2014. Doraemon (2014) is a comic book character typeface. Robin (2014) is a curly typeface. Andromeda (2014) is a poster font. Mayangsari (2014, FontStruct), Zanki (2014), 1945 (2014) and Aufal (2014, FontStruct) are display typefaces.

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

Amirul Ikram Ariffin

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam-based designer of the free arrowed display typeface Montrilo (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tazul Arifin

Based on Paul Klee's Castle and sun, Tazul Arifin (Bandung, Indonesia) created the hexagonal-grid typeface Trekant (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Muhd Arif

Muhd Arif (Selangor, Malaysia) created the decorative displaytypeface Effrice in 2012. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mehmet Oguz Arikan

During his studies in Istanbul, Mehmet Oguz Arikan designed the display typeface Agaga (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pedro Arilla

Don Serifa is a beautiful and informative Spanish type blog run by Pedro Arilla, who is based in Zaragoza, Spain, and who was born in 1984 in Ejea de los Caballeros, and studied graphic design at Escuela Superior de Diseño de Aragón.

Pedro also designed some typefaces. These include the free didone typeface Valentina (2012).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Toru Arima

Toru Arima's fonts are sold through Font Pavilion: KanaRS is a katakana font family. ATBeta-A (2000) is part of Font Pavilion 12. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bernard Arin

Ex-director of Scriptorium de Toulouse, calligrapher, teacher and typographer. Michael Levy took these pictures of him in 2004: Arin drawing, sketching a Trajan typeface on a stone. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yoichi Arisaka

Yoichi Arisaka (Arisaka Design, Tokyo, est. 2003) created the experimental typeface FONTA (2011), which just consists of dots and rectangles. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gen Aris

Floridian designer of Ancient G written and Ancient G Modern. These runic style faces are based on Anquietas, Alteran, and Anc Hand. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Suhaila Aris

During her studies at the School of Arts, Design & Media Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Suhaila aris created the modular typeface Poised (2014), which has adapted patterns embedded in the font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Jose Aristegui

Creator of Buzzwaktype (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arisugava

Designer of the Cyrillic font Champignon Script (2004), which can be found here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arisugava

Russian creator of the (free) calligraphic script fonts Allegretto script One and Two (2004). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gerson Ariza

Chalco, Mexico-based designer of the hand-crafted poster typeface Angustia (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elvira Arkanov

Designer and illustrator based in Liverpool, UK. Creator of the hipster typeface Concept (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mina Arko

Slovenian designer (Ljubljana, b. 1983) of the futuristic monoline sans family Nouvelle during the design workshop TipoBrda in 2008. It was perfected and started selling at MyFonts in 2011. In 2009, she created Afrikana [Behance link], an alphabet with a decidedly African theme.

During TipoBrda 2010 in Ljubljana, she created the didone numbering typeface Kampula.

In 2014, she cooperated with Gaja Meznaric Osole on the commercial casual hand-printed script Jadran, which was created as an homage to a cult children's magazine named Ciciban.

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

Giannis Arkoudos

Athens, Greece-based designer (b. 1973) of Greek Bear Tiny E (2006, pixel). Blog (in Greek). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arktype

Foundry set up in October 2012 by René Knip and Janno Hahn. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kevin Arleo

During his multimedia design studies at UADE in Buenos Aires, Kevin Arleo created the sharp-edged typeface Ragmul (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Richard Årlin

Stamp & Press (Stamp och Press in Swedish) is a fifteenth-century type papermill, hand press printing office, hand stampcutting and hand-casting office, bookbinding and digital fonts foundry created and operated entierly by Swedish punchcutter and printmaker, Richard Årlin, b. 1945. He runs Stigbergets Stamp och Press using his own metal types, own paper and own engravings. MyFonts.com states: He cut the punches for his own typefaces, Ungut and Stanislaus. He has also made the a digital version of those designs called Moravus, which has been used for all advertising and posters for Ingmar Bergman's Maria Stuart at Stockholm's Royal Dramatic Theatre.

Also called Stigbergets Stamp och Press.

Fonts: Funkiswoodcut (1999), Moravus (1999). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Dhany Arliyanti

Located in Jakarta, Dhany Arliyanti (b. 1983) created the organic sans family Juice in 2008. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dhany Arlyanti

Creator of the free organic sans family Juice (2008). Her home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sigurður Ármannsson

Icelandic art director, designer and typographer Sigurður Ármannsson graduated from The School of Arts and Crafts [now Icelandic Academy of the Arts]. He teaches there part-time. He also studied at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam.

Creator of the structured sans family Guinevere Pro (2011, Canada Type).

His font anatomy wallpaper is a visual glossary of the parts of typefaces.

Klingspor link. Home page at font.is. Blog. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Nicholas Armbrust

Designer in Minnesota. Behance link. Creator of Desiann (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Oriol Armengou

Oriol Armengou (Toormix) is a designer based in Barcelona specialised in branding projects, art direction, graphic design, and websites. Toormix sells these typefaces: Vermut (2014, based on Spanish toothpicks called palillos), Poligonal (2014, octagonal), Optilus (2014, beveled) and Marimuntanya (2014, alchemic). Behance link. HypeForType link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Luis Armesilla

Madrid-based creator of the free font Morning Glory (2011). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Igor Armiach

Israeli designer (b. 1986) of Kitbiya Amerikaya (2006), an organic grunge jungle typeface created for the Sterna 2395 comic book series, and Chronicles of Arkmar (2008) and Hebrew Chronicles (2008). Alternate URL. In 2010, he made the Groovy Cursive Hebrew font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Igor Armiach

Las Cruces, NM and Israel-based designer (b. 1991) of Elite, a grunge version based on Adobe's Trajan. Creator of the Hebrew fonts Groovy Cursive (2014) and Shakked Pirate (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Solange Armindo

Lisbon-based creator of the dot matrix typeface Diamond (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Olivia Armitage

During her studsies in San Diego, Olivia Armitage created a the pixelish Richard Meiere Custom Typeface (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bethany Armstrong

Designer, educator and artist who studied at the University of Wisconsin. She created Lady Killer (custom typeface and logo designed for Lilly Red Studio, Wedding Photography and Invitation Design, Chicago), Stylo Neuf (2009, a contrasted sans done in laser-cut letterpress), and Foundry Type (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Callum Armstrong

UK-based designer (b. 2000) of the condensed bold sans typeface Rainbow (2014). Aka Elizabeth Grant and as A Sky Ferreira. [Google] [More]  ⦿

David Armstrong

Based in the north west of England, David Armstrong designed the dot matrix all caps typeface Fernando (2012).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Erin Armstrong

Erin Armstrong (Atlanta, GA) created the Sci-fi Fantasy Alphabet (2011, all caps). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hart Armstrong

Denver, CO-based designer of the display typeface Snitch (2014). Behance link. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jon Armstrong

Grunge type, digital art. New York-based. Fonts created by Jon Armstrong. About 15 dollars per face. Fonts: BadNovel, Bizheads, HighSodium, Insecurity, Jiggy, MildHeadache, NoBleach, Rash, ToxicMarker. All formats except Windows PostScript. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jonathan Armstrong

American designer of Vacillation (2001, a display font), Cursory, a pixel font, Rotund, another pixel font, Being (2002, a tiny all caps screen font), Chronic (2002, unreadable pixel font), Quadrate (2002, a nice pixel font family), and Typical, yet another pixel font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Leah Armstrong

Leah Armstrong (Ballarat, Australia) designed the hand-lettered display typeface Happy Ending (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Shannon Armstrong

York, PA-based student-designer (at York College of Pennsylvania) of the display typeface Down Low (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Truck Armstrong

Original designs such as TRUCK Conky Choo Driver, a dingbat font by Chris Stone. Don Weber's grungy Truck Novembre Gruppe, Truck Rocketry by Truck Armstrong, and truck transmission by Steve Wilson can also be downloaded. Latest addition: Mandible Mama (by Truck Armstrong as well). The new page seems a dead end, so Truck Fonts was revived by CybaPee at typOasis. Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ernesto Arnáez

Basque designer from San Sebastian who created a Basque typeface for the Euskadi company in 2006. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Atli Þor Árnason

Originally from Reykjavik, Atli Þor Árnason is studying at The School of Visual Communication in Haderslev, Denmark. He created the runic and/or Futhark simulation typeface Ristir (2011), a typeface that was heavily inspired by The Elder and The Newer Futhark alphabet.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Victor Arnaut Luiz

Coimbra, Portugal-based designer of a multiline pixel face, Fonte Bitmapped (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

ArneF

Creator of the hand-printed typeface Occult Technique (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mark Arnesen

Copenhagen-based graphic designer, who created God Mother High Nose (2012), a modular monoline sans family. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sean Arnett

The Sean Arnett Type Foundry used to be called "Corduroy". This Canadian foundry sells about 175 fonts at 55 dollars a piece. The list: ALCHEMEY, AMSTERDAM, ANALOG, APRICOT, ARISTOTLE, BADLY DRAWN BOY, BALI EYES, BARREL OF A GUN, BARREL OF A GUN 2, BI - POLAR BEAR, BLITZKRIEG BOP, BROKEN, BUDDY HOLLY, BULLET, BULLETPROOF, BUTTERFLY, CAKE, CATERPILLAR, CHEMISTRY, CLEOPATRA, CLOSE TO ME, CONTINENTAL, CONTINENTAL EXTENDED, CONTINENTAL EXTENDED WIDE, CONTINENTAL OUTLINE, CONTINENTAL OUTLINE CLEAR, DEVOTION, DIESEL, DR. NO, EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPHICS, ELVIS, ELVIS PRESLEY, ELVIS PRESLEY BOLD, ELVIS PRESLEY OUTLINE, ELVIS PRESLEY OUTLINE ZEBRA, EMBRACE, ESCTASY, EUROPA, EVEL KENIEVEL, EVEL KENIEVEL BROKEN, FANTA, FLAMENCO, FLAVOUR FLAV, FRANK SINATRA, FREESTATE BOLD OUTLINE, FREESTATE CHROME, FREESTATE OUTLINE, FROSTY THE SNOWMAN, FUTURAMA, GASOLINE, GAS PANIC, GINGER, GIRAFFE, GIRAFFE OUTLINE, GIRAFFE OUTLINE BOLD, GIRAFFE SHADOW, GOLDFISH, GUS GUS, GYPSEY KINGS, HAPPINESS, HASH PIPE, HEPBURN, HEPBURN BOLD, HEPBURN BOLD OUTLINE, HEPBURN OUTLINE, HOWDY, INSIGHT, INSIGHT BOLD, INSIGHT HIGHLIGHT, INSIGHT OUTLINE, INSIGHT THIN, INSTRUCTIONS, IRONWORK, IRONWORK BORDER, JESUS SAVES, JO JO'S JACKET, JOHNNY CASH, KEE WEE, KEE WEE BOLD, KEE WEE OUTLINE, KEE WEE OUTLINE OUTLINED, KEE WEE SMOOTH, KEE WEE SMOOTH OUTLINED, KISS ME KISS ME KISS ME, KUBRICK, LED ZEPPELIN, LEONARDO DA VINCI, LEONARDO DA VINCI SYMBOLS, LICORICE, LOU REED, LUSH, MARLON BRANDO, MARTINI, MATADOR, MEGATRON, MEMENTO, MEMPHIS, METRO, METRO BLOCK, MOLECULE, MONET, MONET SYMBOLS, MOONLIGHT DRIVE, MUTATIONS, NEIL FINN, NERO, NICO, OASIS, ODELAY!, ONES AND ZEROS, ORBIT, PARIS, PEIGNOT, PENGUIN, PETROGLYPHS AFRICAN, PEZ, PIXEL BUBBLE BUBBLE, PIXEL CONDENSED HV, PIXEL CONDENSED, PIXEL CURVED EXTENDED, PIXEL CURVED HV, PIXEL SPACE INVADERS, PIXEL SQUARE, PIXEL SQUARE EXTENDED, PIXEL SQUARE HV, PIXEL SQUASHED, PIXEL TECHNO, POPSICKLE, POSTCRYPT, QUICKDRAW, RAMONES, RAYGUN, RAYGUN OUTLINE, RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, REVOLVER, RUN LOLA RUN, SAUL BASS, SCRABBLE, SEAHORSE, SEAWEED, SIGNAL ONE, SIGNAL TWO, SPIDERWEB, SPUTNIK, STEPHEN MALKMUS, STEREOPHONICS, STYLOROUGE, STRAWBERRY FIELDS, SUPERGRASS, SUPERMAN, SWANSONG, SWEETHEART, TAHITIAN MOON, TELEVISION, TROPICALIA, TECHINCOLOR©, THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS, THE OYSTER (DO NOT FEED), THE STROKES, TIGER THE LION, TURNTABLE, USELINK, VELOCITY, VENICE, VERTIGO, VESPA, VESPERTINE, VINCENT SYMBOLS, VINCENT VAN GOGH, VIOLATION, WATER AND A SEAT, WILLIE NELSON, WOODY, WOWEE ZOWEE. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chris Arney

Chris Arney (Hemphacker) is the Alabama-based designer (b. 1980) of the pixel font Digital 5x7 (2003). Fonts2u link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christin Arnhold

Designer in Trier, Germany. She used the lettering on a shop in Mainz to develop the signage script typeface Lapina (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ronald Arnholm

Professor of Art Graphic Design at Lamar Dodd School of Art, part of the University of Georgia, Athens. Born in 1939 in Barre, VT, Arnholm designed the ITC Legacy Sans family (1992, a 51-font remake of the 1960s Arnholm Sans), and the ITC Legacy Serif family (1992, Venetian). In 2009, ITC Legacy Square Serif and ITC Legacy Serif Condensed were added. ITC Legacy Square Serif won an award at TDC2 2010.

His early fonts were released at VGC, the Visual Graphics Corporation: VGC Aquarius (2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Outline) (1967) (this was digitized in 2007 by Steve Jackaman as Aquarius), VGCArnholm Sans Bold (1965), VGC Fovea (1977).

Arnholm also designed WTC Veritas for the World Typeface Center, New York, 1981-85.

He created these headline typefaces for the Los Angeles Times, 1980: L.A. Times Regular, L.A. Times regular italic, L.A. Times Bold and L.A. Times Bold Italic.

MyFonts page. Linotype bio. FontShop link. Klingspor link.

View Ronald Arnholm's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Gill Arnò

Righteous Fonts in Brooklyn was started by Theres Wegmann and Gill Arnò, the designer of SubTalk (scratchy letter font) and Rec. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anke Arnold

Wernau (was: Wendlingen), Germany-based Anke Arnold's free fonts: aa QWERTZ-Tasten (2012: German keyboard font), aa Halftone (2012: texture face), aa Tafelschrift (2012, school font), Car Go Frame (2011), Car-Go Plain (2011, modeled after German license plate lettering), Typo Garden (2010, alphadings), 80er Teenie Demo (2009), Acki Preschool (2009), Just Another Stamp (2009), Firlefanz (2009, curly letters), Pixelstitch (2006), AnkeHand (2003), Hole-Hearted (2003, Gill Sans with hearts), KRITZEL (scratchy pen), MilkyWay, FrightNight, Eminenz (2002), Scribble, Skribus, Why, TooLazyToPractice, XXX, CheapInkkilledmyPrinter, Storch (alphadings), Alexandras-Stempelkasten, Anatevka-Caps, BulletMix, Catwalk, Duke, Dukeplus (2000, blackletter), Riddleprint, Anke-Print, AnkeCalligraph, Titanic, Wasser, butterbrotpapier, distracted-musician, dyslexic, manko, quixotic, verrutscht, zladdi, barcoded, BulletMix2, CAR-GO-2, Fortunaschwein (nice curly script; no punctuation or numbers), Round, BigBrothers&Sisters, BoringLesson, CrimesceneAfterimage, Incognitype (old typewriter), Jenna'sPopsicles, Japanese Brush (1996), Knuffig (2000), MonkyBusiness, Olympia2000, Samba, Dandelion, Kritzel (2003, scratchy hand), Krystal (2000, snow simulation typeface based on Gill Sans), Nervous, ParryHotter (2001, a Harry Potter blackletter face), Pffft, Tschiroki, Heart2Heart (heart alphadings), Anke Sans.

English page. For 10DM (5 USD), Anke will make your handwriting into a font! Alternate URL. Dafont link. Another link. Open Font Library link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Briana Arnold

During her Visual Communication Design studies at Northern Kentucky University, Briana Arnold (Ft. Mitchell, KY and Cincinnati, OH) created the rounded squarish sans typeface Aero (2012). She also created the sans typeface Sequent in 2012, which was designed for screens.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Evon Arnold

American designer of Only Dancing (2010, scanbat face). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Felix Arnold

A Swiss designer and type designer (b. 1970, Basel), who studied at the Basel School of Design. He created Cisalpin [also called Cassini in its earlier grotesque life, 1999-2000], a typeface for cartography, which was published it with Linotype in 2004. Pic.

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

Jan-Henrik Arnold

Jan-Henrik Arnold (JHA, Berlin, Germany), b. 1980, studied first in Konstanz and then in Berlin at the University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam where he was taught by Luc(as) de Groot. He works mainly as a type designer. His typefaces from 2013: JHA Zucker (a fat didone stencil), JHA Libre (elliptical sans), JHA Yeni Zaman (geometric sans with roots in the 1930s).

In 2014, he published Bodoni Ritalic, a backslanted Bodoni Italic. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Luciano Arnold

Sao Paulo-based creator (b. 1977) of the upright connected monoline script typeface Lumem (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

M. Arnold

Creator of the etched / engraved typeface Kartenschrift Parisienne (1905, C.F. Rühl, H. Berthold AG). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniela Arnoldo

Milan-based designer of Double Chocolate Brownie (2012, hand-printed). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diogo Arnosti

Rio Claro, Brazil-based designer of an untitled art deco typeface in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Guy Arnoux

Type designer at Deberny & Peignot who created Guy Arnoux capitales (1914: caps typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Robert Arnow

Illustrator and graphic designer who is Director of Creative Investigation at Incitement Design in New York City. His calligraphy was turned into calligraphic brush faces such as Mustang (2009) and Streetbrush (2009). In 2010, he created Graffiti Classic and Graffiti Classic Taglets (dingbats).

In 2013, he published the brush script typeface French Kiss.

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John Arnst

Jericho, VT-based designer of Pixie Talon (2004). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gerd Arntz

Between 1928 and 1965, Gerd Arntz (1900-1988) designed around 4000 signs and symbols depicting industry, demographics, politics and economy, for the visual language Isotype. Many of these can be viewed on this web site. Some quotes from that site:

  • About Arntz himself, the persona: Born in a German family of traders and manufacturers, Gerd Arntz was a socially inspired and politically committed artist. In Düsseldorf, where he lived since his nineteenth, he joined a movement which wanted to turn Germany into a soviet- or council republic, a radically socialist state form based on direct popular democracy. As a revolutionary artist, Arntz was connected to the Cologne based progressive artists group (Gruppe progressiver Künstler Köln) and depicted the life of workers and the class struggle in abstracted figures on woodcuts. Published in leftist magazines, his work was noticed by Otto Neurath, a social scientist and founder of the Museum of Society and Economy (Gesellschafts- und Wirtschaftsmuseum) in Vienna, Austria. Neurath had developed a method to communicate complex information on society, economy and politics in simple images. For his Vienna method of visual statistics, he needed a designer who could make elementary signs, pictograms that could summarize a subject at a glance. Arntz's clear-cut style suited Neurath's goals perfectly, and so he invited the young artists to come to Vienna in 1928, and work on further developing his method, later known as ISOTYPE, International System Of TYpographic Picture Education. During his career, Arntz designed around 4000 different pictograms and abstracted illustrations for this system. At the same time, he was working with Neurath and his collaborators on designing exhibitions and publications for the Vienna museum. In this time, the 1930s, the city was under socialist government and an internationally acclaimed center of social housing and workers' emancipation. Neurath's visual statistics were adamantly meant as being an instrument of this emancipation, and Arntz' own socialist background fitted this context seamlessly. Produced under Arntz's creative guidance, a collection of 100 visual statistics, Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft, was published in 1930. The success of this collection lead among other things to an invitation to come to the young Soviet Union and set up an institute for visual statistics, Isostat, in Moscow. Neurath and Arntz regularly traveled to Moscow in the 1930s, until in 1934 the socialist government of Vienna fell. After the Nazi take over, both emigrated with their families to the Netherlands, where they continued working on Isotype in The Hague. When the second world war broke out, Neurath fled to England. Arntz stayed in The Hague, where he worked for the Dutch Foundation of Statistics. Arntz' artistic legacy is administered by the Municipal Museum of The Hague, and a generous selection of his work from this collection is now available on-line for the first time.
  • About his gutsy political activism: In his early twenties, the young German artist Gerd Arntz said goodbye to his bourgeois background and committed himself to the struggle of the underprivileged workers. During an artistic career spanning 50 years, he has continually criticized social inequality, exploitation and war in clear-cut prints - activism with artistic means. In Düsseldorf, Arntz attended an art academy in the early 1920s to become a drawing teacher. There, he frequented revolutionary circles, rebel minds who wanted to turn Weimar Germany into a soviet republic, styled after early communist Russia. He also came into contact with the new movements in the arts at the time, such as expressionism and constructivism. For activist artists like Arntz, the wood-cut was the chosen medium, because of its primitive aspect and its clearblack-and-white contrast. In the 1930s, Arntz switched to linoleum-cuts. With his comrades, the Cologne artists Franz Seiwert and Heinrich Hoerle, he read Marxist and anarchist literature and developed his own style of portraying society as segregated in classes, struggling within the technological milieu of the modern city. His prints were exhibited, sold to sympathetic art lovers, and published in magazines of the activist left in Germany and abroad. When Arntz was asked by Otto Neurath to join his team at he Vienna Museum of Society and Economy, and develop Isotype, he took it as an opportunity to expand the reach of his political beliefs into the realm of actively informing the proletariat, albeit as a graphic designer. At he same time, this steady job provided him the means to continue his own artistic work, completely independent of the art market or political affiliations. His prints criticizing the capitalist system did, for instance, not prevent him from critically looking at the downside of the Soviet Union in other prints. After he emigrated to the Netherlands, in 1934, Arntz published a series of prints warning against the danger of Nazism. His concise and biting depiction of the build-up of the Third Reich, published in a Dutch communist magazine in 1936, was removed from an exhibition in Amsterdam after complaints by the German embassy that it insulted a friendly head of state. Arntz continued cutting his social and political critique into linoleum until he was seventy years old.
  • About Isotype: The International System Of TYpographic Picture Education was developed by the Viennese social scientist and philosopher Otto Neurath (1882-1945) as a method for visual statistics. Gerd Arntz was the designer tasked with making Isotype's pictograms and visual signs. Eventually, Arntz designed around 4000 such signs, which symbolized keydata from industry, demographics, politics and economy. Otto Neurath saw that the proletariat, which until then had been virtually illiterate, were emancipating, stimulated by socialism. For their advancement, they needed knowledge of the world around them. This knowledge should not be shrined in opaque scientific language, but directly illustrated in straightforward images and a clear structure, also for people who could not, or hardly, read. Another outspoken goal of this method of visual statistics was to overcome barriers of language and culture, and to be universally understood. The pictograms designed by Arntz were systematically employed, in combination with stylized maps and diagrams. Neurath and Arntz made extensive collections of visual statistics in this manner, and their system became a world-wide emulated example of what we now term: infographics.
Ed Annink and Max Bruinsma edited the book Gerd Arntz Graphic Designer (2010, Rotterdam). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nicole Arocha

Student at the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (RMCAD). Colorado-based creator of Dinotype (2011, letters inspired by dinosaurs).

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Roberto Mitraud Aroeira

Belo Horizonte, Brazil-based designer of Candycane (2014, a rounded cursive typeface), and Autobahn (2014, a dashed typeface influenced by an album by Kraftwerk). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Gabriella Aronne

Graphic designer in Crotone, Italy. Designer of the compass-and-ruler typeface Trado (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rose Aron

Rose Aron, who works at cartier International in Paris as a graphic designer, created Lacroix (2013), an ornamental typeface that was inspired by couturier Christian Lacroix. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anuj Arora

Indian graphic design student. Creator of the techno typeface Headstrong (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rishabh Arora

Bindu is a circle-based experimental display font designed during Rishabh Arora's UKIERI student exchange at Adam Smith College in Scotland. He lives in New Delhi. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fernando de Aróstegui

Argentinian designer of the nice blockish typeface Matryshka. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Wedchayan Arpapornnopparat

North Hollywood, CA-based designer of the simple geometric typeface called Feeling Right (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ayelen Arpini

Ayelen (b. 1989) lives in Buenos Aires. She created Bauserif (2009), a serifed version of ITC Bauhaus Medium, Geometric 752. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Otto Arpke

Born in Braunschweig in 1886, died in Berlin in 1943. Designer of the fat display typeface Arpke Antiqua (Schriftguss, 1928). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andrea Arques

During her graphic design studies in Barcelona, Andrea arques created the tattoo font Rocker Slab (2014) and Christmas Icons (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Roko Arraez

Acarigua, Venezuela-based designer of Bombigot (2012), a very heavy typeface midway between graffiti and bubblegum. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Manu Arranz

Madrid-based designer of the experimental 3d font Tactile Cut (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paula Arranz

Spanish creator of Galaxy Visitors (2013) and Mrs Chocolat (2013). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Stefania Arredondo

Graphic design student in Monterrey, Mexico.

In 2012, she created the hairline avant-garde typeface Sencilla Light.

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Alejandra V. Arregger

Graduate from FADU, University of Buenos Aires, who created the serif typeface Clonum (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alvaro Arregui

London-based graphic designer. He created a custom Taiwanese display face. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arlene Arreola

Designer of Lene Arl. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Laura Arrieta

Creator of the free curly Victorian font Black Flowers Blossom (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Arrillaga

Graphic and web designer in Montevideo. In 2012, he designed Figari Sans and Barreiro Serif. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ryan Arrindell

Norfolk, UK-based designer (b. 1983) of the handwriting typeface I have problems (2005), of the clipped Arial typeface CD Player (2005), of the tall-ascendered Doctor Fox Classic (2006) and of FishNChips (2005). Web page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

April Arrington

Student at Flagler College in Tallahassee, FL. She created the futuristic rounded typeface Discoid (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alessandro Arrojo

Argentinian type designer based in Pilar. He created the rounded sans typeface family Uyuni (2012). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Heber Xavier Arroyo

Costa Rican architectural designer, technical illustrator, and typographer.. Creator of Techni Sans (2010), the rounded sans typeface AR Techni (2010), Cipher Code (2011, a Masonic symbol typeface done at FontStruct), and the squarish faces Q-Module (2011, FontStruct) and Cynthe (2011).

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Luis Angel Arroyo

Mexican designer of Brassia, mentioned here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Teresa Arroyo

Teresa Arroyo is a graphic designer in Valencia, Spain. She created Puzzle Font in 2013. Free PDF source.

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Kyla Birgitta Arsadjaja

During her studies at Lasalle College of the Arts in Singapore, Kyla Birgitta Arsadjaja created the decorative typeface Betawi (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hreggvidur Arsaelsson

Icelandic designer of the futuristic faces Complete (2006) and Keystone (2006). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Thierry Arsaut

Basque font company headed by Thierry Arsaut from Biarritz, France. Sells about 12 Basque faces. Has a history of Basque letters. Thierry Arsaut designed the commercial Basque faces Koldaka (2002), Sculpturas, Euskara Classic, Euskara Emakhor, Euskara Etxeak, Euskara Old, Euskara Ferrus, Euskara Gernika, Euskara Haritzaga, Euskara Irouleguia, Euskara Karako, Euskara Kaxko, Euskara Kutxas (farm dingbats), Euskara Moderna, Euskara Ostoa (with Ramuntxo Partarrieu), Euskara Eskultura. His faces can be bought here. Basque Classic is discussed here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Angie Arscott

Argentinian graphic designer, b. 1984. Dafont link. She used Baskerville Bold to derive a condensed and ancient-looking typeface Sir William (2009). [Google] [