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Indonesian creator in Jakarta (b. 1985). 7NTypes includes several designers, including Keithzo, but Situjuh Nazara is the founder and main contributor. Creator of The Amazing Grace (2012), Twofold Uncomplete Design (2012), Alighty Nesia (2012, an open geometric sans family), Gratis (2012, free headline sans), C7Nazara (2012) and Situjuh Hand (2012, a curly typeface).
Typefaces from 2013: Hurufo+Numero (sans family), Yaahowu (a rounded sans family), Gobold, Bryana Aningsih Shara (upright script), Gpkn (circle-based monoline sans).
Typefaces from 2014: Smoolthan (monoline organic sans), Remponk (multilined), Playsir (comic book typeface), Defonarts, Tulisan Tangan 74, Fortheenas_01, Evogria (bold and mechanical), Anysome, Blackplotan, Dotcirful (dot matrix typeface), Handgley, Brokeren (techno sans), Headsome&Modif.
Typefaces from 2015: Manophiser (sans), Theodista Decally (upright connected script), Upbolters (a macho sans caps typeface).
Typefaces from 2016: Cutrims (a polygonal typeface), Xacose.
Typefaces from 2017: Blessing in Disguise, Chirota (handcrafted), Hastoler, Merysha-Italic, Merysha (serif), SHAOutline, ShareHappinessAround (rounded sans), SomethingLooksNatural, Tentram-Italic, Tentram, Reitam (sans), Myfrida, Ribeat (smooth brush), Etchas, Goeslim, JulySeventh, Justtellmewhat, Offerings, Prohandy, Reprineato, Steagisler, Stea, Miss Nealy, Hastro, Dialoegue, Kisah Ceritra, Chesan, Boxise, Creword, Breetty, Anydore (calligraphic), Brushaff, Budiyaya (brush), Brotherina (connected script), Chosence (sans family), Handycheera, Aulyars (calligraphic script), Molleat.
Typefaces from 2018: Freshness, Christed, Xyling, Youthing October Fourteen, Kayskew October Eleven, Hoty, Friday October Twelve, Codian October Nine (art deco), Caboge, Stripe October Seven, Nesdate October Ten, Codian October Eight, Odian October Nine, Stripe Shadow October Seven, Clambake October Six, Lovina October Five, Grande October Four, Grande October Three, The October Two, The October One, Favoner One, Homade McRacken, Besta Baru, Srows, Sanson, Bestar, Kathen, Byby, Charilla, CuteBeSpecial, FriendlySchoolmates-Italic, FriendlySchoolmates, GirlsMarks, HeartWarming, HeartWarmingExtra, Kaylonick, LearnShareColaborate-Bold, Mergic, MOGrhythm, OpenMinded, OpenMindedInside, PassiontoAction, PassiontoActionSlant, TeamWork-Italic, TeamWork, Yessy, Feltarigo, Motira, Adelio Darmanto, Troche, Nicolera, Mantul, Yukikato, Gebrina, Veni, Onadio, Aliena, Gabelisa, Still Loving, Shink, Sottee, Milyone, Kelidya, Yuliya, Hestina, Masbro, Goday, Milgun, Togetha, Thisay, Dhitha, Charline, Briany, Candire, Arinda, Anglena, Abilya, Story of Super Boys, Richela Kids, Seelyn, Pulen, Podo Moro, Sri Muliyo, Neigfriste, Hardino (monoline script), Purple River, Yoshephin, Theola Kids, All Season, All Season Ornaments, Hello Teman, Attracted Monday, Cirquesa, Hopeitissed (signage script), Hettas, Certhas, Fattana, Qeiza, Having Fun, Flotta, Soe, Misses, Siry, Mommy's Kitchen, Thany, Mother's Touches, Create Something Today, Well Bred, Cheria, Beatific Margella, Hidea, Gobold Blocky, Riztteen, Stika, Bintar, Ginta, Menscho, Hilona, Dehasta Momentos, Mungkin, Shartoll Light, Robaga Rounded, Ingat, Ascota, Klapjo.
Typefaces from 2019: Homazing, Pre (script), Millythea, Rough Rough, The Friday Stroke (brush script), Anu, Dearly Loved One, Khalifa, Vesetia, Blending Attraction, Lova Valove, Quotable, The Simple One, Matchinger, Touch Over Next, Waiting For, Being Love, Lova Valove Serif, Clawster, Hopia, Sanson, Being Love Sans, Back To Ancient Time, Protector, Mystag, Oreta, Dearly Loved Slab One, Yep, Nuaz (a stitching font), Bronice, Nesdate October Ten.
Typefaces from 2020: Sheroo (beatnik style), Thank You So Much, Styla, Racy Mango, Josy Wine (spurred), Lonely Melody, Alegra, Alenor, Conformable, Sweet Hansan, River Script, Kevin Aprilio, Jorby, Maines, Say Yes, Fish Grill, Flash on Saturday Night, Literally Natural, Lady Nature, Joyful Story, Brush Hours, Daily Walker, Free Monday, Mila Bright, Marchone, Githo Love, Fondacy, Jumat, Brastagi, Christiany, Feltarigo, Gabelisa, Gibran, Baligle, Do It With Love (a Valentine's Day font), Vecoly, Delightious, Ataro, Anticed, Cherrythea, Merrycle, Twolank, Atozimple (a monoline sans), Bikito (a curly script), Tyfanie, Hilya, Lonnie.
Dafont link. Web site. Creative Market link. Creative Fabrica link. Another Creative Fabrica link. And another Creative Fabrica link. [Google] [More] ⦿
A Is For (was: Aisforapple)
Émilie Rigaud is a French designer who obtained an MA in typeface design from The University of Reading (2009), based on her typeface Coline, a family of seven typefaces intended for pocket books. Before Reading, at ENSAD, she made the simple monoline sans family La Miss Ulm (2006).
In 2007, she started work under the guidance of Alejandro Lo Celso and Philippe Millot on a revival of the first type printed in France, at the Sorbonne, by Ulrich Gering. This work is based on a 1478 edition of Virgilius.
Grotesque 6 (2009) is based on a typeface published in 1880 by Stephenson Blake.
In 2010, she founded Aisforapple, where she published Jaakko (signage), Coline Cursive, Coline Première, Coline Extrême, Grotesque 6, David (2014) and BTP (polygonally-outlined typeface).
In 2016, the type foundry published Knif Mono Regular, which was designed by Axel Pelletanche-Thévenart under the art direction of Guillaume Grall and Benoit Santiard. It was produced by Emilie Rigaud.
In 2017, Émilie Rigaud published the sharp-edged typeface Tongari, which was modeled after samurai blades. Tongari Display followed in 2020.
In 2018, she designed Naoko, a 7-style wide sans with short descenders, named after astronaut Naoko Yamazaki.
Typefaces from 2020: Pachinko (six rounded almost typewriter styles including many monospaced fonts and italics), Olympe Mono (a monospaced and monolinear typeface revived from an old typewriter).
Speaker at ATypI 2017 in Montreal. Old URL: Mouton Sauvage. Klingspor link. Personal site. [Google] [More] ⦿
Alberto Arellano (Memela Studio, Guadalajara, Mexico) designed Cali (2010) and Marga (2010, a polygonal geometric display sans done with Peter Lorenz). [Google] [More] ⦿
Latvian designer of the free polygonal typeface Geom (2010). [Google] [More] ⦿
ArtOne CreativeWorks (was: Locomotype)
ArtOne Digital (formerly Locomotype) is the type foundry of Arwan Sutanto, a graphic designer in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, who also owns ArtOne Creativeworks. Arwan created the elliptical sans face Fonquero (2014), the free brush typeface Belepotan (2014, +Italic), Fonesia (2014), Fonesh (2014), Fonia (2014), and the free outline typeface Fonarto XT (2014; updated in 2019 to Fonarto v2). Fondian (2014) is a commercial rounded Comic Sans style typeface. Fonago (2014) is a vintage font. Tinta Script (2014) is an upright script.
Typefaces from 2015: Fonesia, Cemara (brush script typeface), Garris (monoline script), Fonstyle, Fonari, Fonderful, Fonjava (a rhythmic script), Fonjazz, Fonino (brush script).
Typefaces from 2016: Om Telolet Om (free), Sumptuous (sans), Sumptuous Light, Boldero Brush (inspired by graffiti art), Hotline (a monoline connected signage script), Jogjakartype, Jogjakartype Logos.
Typefaces from 2017: Endeavora, Bahagia (signature script), Windtalker, Asalasik, Fonalux, Fonquero Sedo, Wolesbro, Morning Dew, Eufoniem (upright connected script), Delicy, Matahati (script).
Typefaces from 2018: Hokyaa, Jankador, Dephion (font duo), Bakso Sapi, Lemoo.
Typefaces from 2019: Crimstone (a weathered octagonal typeface), Noiry (script), Bonega (an all caps inscriptional sans), Pantura (a playful casual font), Kaftice, Redsniper (Victorian), True Happiness, Harmona (Script, Sans), Pestapora, Lendiga (a monoline script), Zoelander, Wkwk, Romantick, Sweet Pancake (calligraphic script).
Typefaces from 2020: Reffort (a fourteen-style sans showing emotion in its counters), Sandega (a stencil font), Halokia (a condensed monoline connected sans), Shelda, Nilakandi (an upright script), Bakso Sapi, Komikula, Antario (a stylish sans), Giga Sans (an 18-style geometric sans), Toska (squarish).
Typefaces from 2021: Gunterz (a macho all caps hardware store techno typeface), Filarion (a polygonal typeface in the style of Ben Shahn), Kanzaki (a 10-style playful script).
Typefaces from 2022: Bradia (a condensed Victorian typeface).
Vienna, Austria-based design studio, est. 2002 by Peter Olschinsky and Verena Weiss. They published the type family Ato (2012), which has Sans, Slab and Display (art deco) subfamilies. Outer Space (2012), Sato (2012, a bilined display typeface), Neopolis (2012, futurismo), Deconstruct (2012), Chaos (2012) and Construct (2012) are experimental. Bato (2012) is an alchemic type family. And Vato (2012) is a wonderful brushy poster headline face.
In 2017, he published the bespoke typeface BirdYard, the free AO Grotesk (with poygonal outlines), free display sans typeface family Matol, the free geometric solid typeface AOX, which comes in Stencil and Regular styles, the free polygonal typeface family AO Mono, and the free monospaced Minimal Mono.
Typefaces from 2020: Kaomo (monlinear, monospaced), AO Mono (polygonal).
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Graduate of MICA. Baltimore, MD-based designer of the polygonal typeface Arcas (2015-2016) and of the free all caps display sans serif font Bore (2021) which was inspired by some unusual mid-20th-century fabricated signage above the entrances to the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel. [Google] [MyFonts] [More] ⦿
London, Ontario-based designer of these display typefaces in 2020: Agate, Blake, Briar (wavy, organic), Personify, Allusion (art deco), Allegory (art deco, all caps), Saltford (an industrial octagonal typeface family), Ephemera, Metaphor (a polygonal typeface).
Typefaces from 2021: Gemini (a condensed and vey stylish display typeface), Kafka (a struggling decorative typeface partly inspired by Wes Anderson's extravagant style), Arras (a dramatic display typeface), Rae (a sharp-edged display typeface), Erga (a display typeface), Kore (a display font). Shop. [Google] [More] ⦿
Design studio in Santiago de Chile. In 2016, the Bercz team cooperated with Latinotype (Valentina Vega, Rodrigo Fuenzalida, Cesar Araya, Daniel Hernandez, Luciano Vergara) in the development of Snatch, a daringly named polygonal type system for display applications first released by Latinotype. [Google] [MyFonts] [More] ⦿
A group of South American type designers. Their first typeface family is Bowie (2016), which was developed by Leonidas Loyola, Valentina Vega, Rodrigo Fuenzalida, Cesar Araya and Bruno Jara, under the supervision of Dany Berczeller, Daniel Hernandez and Luciano Vergara. This polygonalized type grew out of a cooperation between Bercz Team and Latinotype (Chile). [Google] [MyFonts] [More] ⦿
Art direction studio in Monterrey, Mexico. Their typefaces include Salad Boy (2015, polygonal) and Square Minimal (2015, pixel font). Behance link. [Google] [More] ⦿
Designer at T-26 who made Dubius (2000: a polygonal typeface), Min (2002), Superfurniture (2002: pixelish, including the 3d styles Three Dee and Necker), and Qwerty (2000: pixelish), and the sign language font HandSign (2002), which can be bought at MyFonts. [Google] [MyFonts] [More] ⦿
Charleroi, Belgium-baseddesigner of the polygonal typeface Blek (2018). [Google] [More] ⦿
Brazilian designer of the polygonal typeface Techno Poly (2017). [Google] [More] ⦿
Gomarice Font (or: Goma Shin)
Japanese foundry, est. in Fukuoka in 2005 by Shintarou Nakayama (Goma Shin), b. 1982. It offers these free fonts, many of which are in the grunge or techno styles: Steel Boy (2005, techno), Manzyu (2005, liquid), The Past (2004), Atama (2004, liquid), Atama Serif G (2010), BAT-MEN__G (2004), BIG-BURGER__G (2010), Ballpoint-Pen (2004), Beer-Cape__G (2006), Boro-Slim__G (2003), Boroboro (2003), Chocolate__G (2008), Coffee-&-Curry-Shop__G (2009), Edamame Western (2012), Fude-Enogu__G (2006), GOMA-STANDARD__G (2010), Gomadelic (2003), Gomanema (2007), Goth-Goma__G (2006), Kamone__G and Kamone 6 (2006-2011, heavy mechanical / octagonal face), Kamone 7 (2012, polygonal typeface), Kigasuru__G (2006), Marker__G (2004), MINI POP__G (2010), Mukasi_Mukasi__G (2003), Mukasi_Mukasi_a__G (2005), Rihapop__G (2006), Rocks__G (2004, stone face), Simple-Slum__G (2005, informal poster face), Steel-Boy__G (2005), Tomipop__G (2006), honey-bone__G (2007), kamone-2__G (2009), kamone-3__G (2010), Yaki Goma (2010), Goma Western (2010), Goma Western 2 (2012), Mousou Recode (2010, ultra fat rounded face), Hot-Chocolate__G (2011), Milk-Chocolate__G (2011), Syouwa Retro Pop G (2011), Spicy Curry Rice (2011), Sikakusimen (2011, fat and rounded), Nantoka Western (2011), Goma Cookie (2012), Sandome G (2012: a beautiful rounded sans display face), Morning Wasabi (2012, a rounded black headline face), Goma Standard 02 (fat and rounded), Doughnut Monster G (fat elliptical typeface), Kaiju Monster (2012), Fine Serif Hosomozi G (2012), Melting Ice Cream, Wasabi Gum (2013, bubblegum face), Soy Sauce Junky (2013), Cyankonabe G (2013: oriental simulation face), Kensuco Stencil G (2013), Omotenashi (2013), Old Book (2013), Rockin Record (2014), Morning Karashi (2014: a great poster typeface), Kamone 8 (2014: octagonal), Zombie Shooting (2014; for those who still believe that zombies can shoot), Goma Block (2015), Okuba Cloud (2015), Hyouzi Display (2015), The Past (2015), What's Love Konnamozi (2015), Shibuya Zero (2015, stencil), Atama Simple (2015), Game Music Love (2016, Western font), GType (2016), Game Continue 02 (2016), Marker2 (2016), Nanikano Capsule (2016), Usuazi Hosomozi (2016), Nandaka Western (2017), No Continue (2017, squarish), Kaizen Seisaku (2017), Gogono Cocoa Mochi (2018), Kirie Fu (2018), Mucha Wo Minagara Milk Tea (2018), Katamari Serif (2018: headline slab serif), Shmup in the Zone (2018: octagonal), Yatsurano Western (2018), Heysel Synthesizer (2018), Toy Block Maestro (2019: a Western font), Round Pop (2019: rounded sans), Tanomuze Cowboy (2019: Western style).
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Toronto, Ontario-based designer of the polygonal sports franchise typeface Arc Sculler (2018), which was published on Black Thursday, the day Ontario elected its first Trumpian premier, Doug Ford. Arc Sculler was made for the Toronto Argonauts and references 19-th century wood types. [Google] [More] ⦿
Sucre and/or Carupano, Venezuela-based designer (b. 1998) of the free polygonal crumled paper typeface Crumpled (2018), and of the geometric experimental typefaces Squaround and Squaraound S (2018) and the modular typeface Huex (2018). [Google] [More] ⦿
Makassar, Indonesia-based designer of the polygonal typeface Corners (2020) and the square-edged typeface Qarius (2019). [Google] [More] ⦿
Chester, UK-based designer of the polygonal typeface Mountain (2016) and the handcrafted Christmas Font (2016). [Google] [More] ⦿
Wolverhampton, UK-based designer of the polygonal typeface Metatron (2015). Behance link. [Google] [More] ⦿
French designer of BTP (2011), a polygonally outlined typeface done for the magazine Étapes, in collaboration with Maxime Fittes, Léo Pico and Benjamin Viallard. [Google] [More] ⦿
One of the cofounders of e-types in Copenhagen in 1997. He designed fonts such as Premiere (2001, a sans), Glendale (2009: Peignotian), Cabo (2004, grotesque), Contribute (2005: a polygonal typeface), and Agita (geometric sans). [Google] [More] ⦿
Lima, Peru-based designer of the polygonal typeface Fractal (2016). [Google] [More] ⦿
Celebrated American sign painter and type designer (b. Tacoma, WA, 1951), who lives in Iowa City, IA. Downer earned a BA degree in Fine Art from Washington State University, and both an MA degree and an MFA degree in painting from the University of Iowa. John Downer has been a journeyman sign painter since 1973, and a type designer since 1983. He is known as a type critic and type historian. He teaches hand lettering and lectures widely at educational institutions and professional conferences. Downer's professional activities include sign painting, lettering, glass gilding, type design, typography, and logo design. His typefaces:
Mug shot. Klingspor link. Brief bio. MyFonts page. FontShop link. John Downer, a master water polo player (2006). Bitstream bio.
Showcase of John Downer's typefaces at MyFonts. [Google] [MyFonts] [More] ⦿
Portland, ME-based designer of the counterless polygonal typeface 60lb Text (2015, with Neil Patel). Behance link. [Google] [More] ⦿
Portuguese creator at FontStruct in 2008 of Goticula 1.3 (blackletter), Reposicao (octagonal), Frank Castle, Tomatix (rounded letters) and Tazaver (bold, rounded).
In 2009, he made Corrida (multilined; +Evolved), Drible (+Drible 2.0), Lastico (octagonal), PixelSoulScript2X, DoneBefore, Ficha Serif, Ficha Sans, Sloppy, StrikeOver, Bad Point (dotted line upright script), Osoyotoyo (octagonal), Redundant, Solstice1X (pixel script), CuttingOldEdge, KickBack, MarkMyWork, Styl=0 (dotted line font), Bad Point (dotted line font), Eyelash, Garfield, Comitto, trapish, Nullam, Minipix (pixel script), Coppa, Chunky (octagonal), Douchebag Regular (as a favor for Melissa Hunt), Foxtrot, Torsion, Serifeito (slab serif), Comitto (rounded octagonal), Torsion Alt.
In 2010, he made the dotted line typeface Redonda and the blackletter stencil BlindFold, as well as Lump (fat counterless), Taller, Dribble, Rumble, TheItalicJob SportsComp (techno), CryBaby, Crystallized (dotted), Hiatus (stencil blackletter).
In 2011, he made the grotesk typeface Geomyk, Fonstiv (polygonal), Drible 2.0, Candy, Gibberish.
Fontstructions from 2012: Lombada, Cape, Tentative, Sloppy, Cephalopod. [Google] [More] ⦿
Wuppertal, Germany-based designer of the polygonal, or triangulated, Polyfont (2017). [Google] [More] ⦿
During her studies at Concordia University in Montreal, Julie Tremblay created Gamins (2013, a polygonal almost-origami typeface) and Network (2013). In 2015, she created the thin monoline script typeface Early Morning and the cartoon typeface Dungarees. [Google] [More] ⦿
Kiev, Ukraine-based designer of the polygonal typeface Crystal (2016). [Google] [More] ⦿
Czech designer based in the UK. Creator of these typefaces:
American designer of the free typeface family Adumu (2017), a display typeface inspired by the wildness of Africa. He also designed Bracheos (2017), an all-caps display typeface inspired by prehistoric times.
In 2019, he released the polygonal stone cut font Marinui (writing that Marinui is a tropical display typeface inspired by the islands of Polynesia) and Hypoxia (a grungy display typeface inspired by the rock music of the 1990s and bandaids). [Google] [More] ⦿
FontStructor who made the squarish typeface Cotack (2013) and the polygonal LORR (2013). [Google] [More] ⦿
German designer (b. 1999) of the free polygonal typeface QX Basic (2019). Home age. [Google] [More] ⦿
Luzi Gantenbein (Luzi Type, Bern, Switzerland) is a type designer, b. 1988, Fläsch, Switzerland. He created the vernacular all caps wall paint typeface Valparíso (2010, Volcano). At the Hochschule der Künste Bern, he designed the angular family Rijeka (2011, Volcano), the Avenir/Futura-genre typefamily Buenos Aires (2011), and the multilayer family Lisboa (2011).
Luzi made the sans typeface Cadiz in 2013. Cadiz Italic was finished in 2014. Livorno (2013) is a sturdy round-serifed text typeface.
In 2014, she created the masculine wedge serif typeface Beirut.
In 2015 she finished the titling sans typeface Faro which has two sub-versions, Lucky and Sad. She also published Faro (a typeface that by virtue of stroke curvature emulates sadness or hapiness), Messina Modern, Messina Sans (+Mono), and Messina Serif.
Typefaces from 2016: Assembly (a symbol archive for the globalized world), Lynstone (sans), Nantes (transitional text typeface), Koper (a rough woodcut typeface with polygonal outlines that were inspired by Vojtech Preissig).
Typefaces from 2018: Recife (an editorial typeface inspired by Times and Plantin).
Typefaces from 2019: Spezia (sans).
Typefaces from 2021: Portonovo (a Garamond / Caslon style font based on the typeface used in the Martyrologium Romanum; a book printed by the Plantin Press in 1690), Termoli (a Scotch roman inspired by Linn Boyd Benton's Century Roman).
Klingspor link. Behance link. Home page. Behance link for Luzi Type. Fontdeck link. Volcano Type link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More] ⦿
Porto Alegre, Brazil-based designer of the polygonal typeface Moka (2019). [Google] [More] ⦿
Graduate of the DSAA Design Typographique program of the Ecole Estienne in Paris, class of 2011. He works now as a designer at Atelier Chevalvert. He created these typefaces in 2011: BTP (polygonally outlined typeface done for the magazine Étapes, in collaboration with Jérémy Perrodeau, Léo Pico and Benjamin Viallard), Talion (an angular text family---his graduation typeface at Estienne), Kriterion, Rémus (inspired by Jan Van Krimpen's Romulus Sans Bold). [Google] [More] ⦿
Peter Lorenz (Memela Studio, Guadalajara, Mexico) designed Cali Ms (2010, with Alberto Arellano), Fina (2011, a tall hairline all-caps face), Marga (2012, a polygonal typeface done with Alberto Arellano), Marcatextos (2012, a stencil family), and Quetzal (2012, decorative).
In 2013, Memela designed the art deco marquee typeface Albahaca.
Behance link. Another Behance link. Behance link for Peter Lorenz. [Google] [More] ⦿
Mesh Design is a graphic and web design outfit in Burton upon Trent, UK. It created a polygonal experimental face, simply called Mesh (2009). [Google] [More] ⦿
Dublin, Ireland-based designer of the free polygonal or paper cutout typeface Paper Play (2019). [Google] [More] ⦿
Möbel Type was founded by Imogen Ayres in Glasgow, Scotland. Their retail typefaces include Lacuna, Beach Goth (blackletter), Furniture (sans), Zetkin and Ripley (polygonal). Bespoke typefaces include Horizon (rounded stencil), Noam, Eyvin (sans), Phew, Doves Flare, Geo (a geometric art deco stencil typeface; for Paulin watches in Glasgow), and Paws N Claws. [Google] [More] ⦿
Polygonal typefaces, as selected from the MyFonts library. Many of these are either angular or octagonal. See also this list of polygonal typefaces. [Google] [More] ⦿
Polish graphic designer who is based in Krakow. Nina is exploring geometric concepts such as in her Alfabetczi White (2012), My Republic, Teleport (2011, monoline hexagonal), in her Stripes typeface (2010), in Do Not Cut (2011), in CLN 3000 ID (2011), in the multiline typeface Pink Twist Alphabet (2011), in the hand-printed poster typeface Bambi Letters (2011), and in Garaz (2011). Ksavery (2011) is an architectural typeface designed for the logo of the Krakow School of Art and Fashion Design's blog.
In 2012, she created the alchemic typeface Keep Going.
Fruits of the Forest (2013) is an alchemic typeface family. Classic Geometry (2013) also uses geometric patterns.
In 2014, she created the geometric display typeface Baltazar, the multilined typeface Wake Up, and the avant-garde Proste Wnetrze (for the interior design studio by that name).
In 2015, Nina designed the free EPS format polygonal typeface Kendrick.
Home page. Home page. Hellofont link. Behance link. [Google] [More] ⦿
Talented Ukrainian designer. She has interesting illustrations, and her Latin and/or Cyrillic typefaces show tremendous potential:
During her studies at Campus de la Fonderie de l'Image, Antony, France-based Ophélie Alzieu designed the polygonally stroked typeface Bilum (2017). Behance link. [Google] [More] ⦿
Our Polite Society
Our Polite Society Type is a project by Our Polite Society, a graphic design studio based in Amsterdam and Stockholm, formed in 2008 by Jens Schildt and Matthias Kreutzer (a German who graduated from and taught at Rietveld Academy in The Netherlands). Early on in their collaboration, they began designing type for specific projects, usually for limited use. Our Polite Society Type is an attempt to finalize some of their favourite designs of the past years and make them available to others as of 2019. Font engineering by Radek Sidun. Their typefaces:
Super-talented Montreal-based illustrator and digital artist. Home page. He created several modular typefaces in 2011.
In 2012, he created Muse, Gotham Streets (a prismatic typeface), Slinky, Stencil, Tulipe (counterless), Bad Billy (multilined, art deco), The Great Carnival (beveled caps), Web Font (prismatic), Jump Jump Font (octagonal), Fashion (a horizontally striped typeface), OK (prismatic), The Aviator (horizontally striped poster face), La Bonne Aventure (prismatic and slightly art deco), the rope-themed typeface Noeud Marin, the shaded boat name typeface Bleu Marine, the multiline caps typeface Origami, the moustache-inspired caps typeface Mous Type (ornamental moustache-shaped capitals), the multilined display typeface Empire, the hand-drawn Une Typo Faite A La Main, and the prismatic typeface Anabelypster. After a bout of salmonella, he created Intestino, still in 2012. In Motion (2012) is an awesome prismatic art deco typeface.
Images of his stunning work from 2011: i, ii, ii, iv, v, vi, vii, viii, ix, x.
His Cathédrale project (2011) starts from a squarish face and transforms it gradually into one that contains the features of a cathedral.
Creations in 2013: Shapes (geometric font), Gold Deco, Dentelle, Twist, Sleek (a thin slab serif), Say Say Say (multiline, prismatic, hypnotic), Metrick (a gridded typeface), Film Noir (an overlay type system), Tam Tam, Diner (a striped all caps typeface), Spot Light Font (prismatic), Flora, Bright Diamond, Incandescent, XVII (multilined display face), Konga (a multiline script), Shiny Diamond, Splash (paint font), Chicago (prismatic neon tube face), Taxi (a wonderful multiline typeface), Papale (religious symbology alphabet made to mock the papal system), Empreinte (pure op-art), Broken Arrow Font (multiline caps face), Liquid Paper Font, Sunset (prismatic), Boogie (Broadway-style art deco family), New Art Deco (prismatic art deco face), Poule de Luxe, Burnout (a prismatic typeface), Marble Maze Font, M Gagnon (ornamental caps influenced by the design work of Denis Gagnon).
FontStruct fonts: Test3 (2012), Jump Jump 2 (2012).
Typefaces made in 2014: Moiré, Decora, Magnetic, Noise (TV noise emulation), Yes (multilined font), Broderie (braided letters), SAS (multilined), Full House, Heart Font (prismatic), 1976 (inspired by the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal), Gold (prismatic art deco typeface), Lace, Bike.
Typefaces from 2015: Detour, Allie X, Grad Font, Duct Tape, Mint Julep (bilined art deco beauty), Hourglass, Stuntman (prismatic), La Dame de Coeur (playing card font), Fog.
Typefaces from 2016: Road Free (a free prismatic font), Solitaire (card font), Joliette, Denis (named after Montreal's mayor, Denis Coderre), Montreal (a prismatic typeface based on the logo of the city of Montreal), Cherry Cola Font, Bro & Co (multilined art deco beauty), Macramee (multilined).
Typefaces from 2017: The Simple Font (sans), Le Cabinet (multilined neo deco).
Typefaces from 2018: Atrium (a sublime multiline art deco beauty), Pride (a color font to support the LGBT community).
Typefaces from 2019: Columbarium (a beveled typeface), The Invisible Font, The Usual Font, Recettes d'Ici (handcrafted style for menu design), Vinyl (multiline), Gasoline (a gasoline spill textured font), Reflet, Mint Soda (a fashion mag extravaganza), Glamarrr (a sailor or pirate font).
Typefaces from 2020: Siren (a wonderful mermaid-themed initial caps font, half Engravers MT and half mermaid), Homa (decorative caps), Luna (blocky caps), Chicken Bone, Happier (an all caps 3d color font), Dollara (a polygonal typeface), Stay Home, Mundo Disko (prismatic).
Typefaces from 2021: Deliria, The National Bank Open font (created for a tennis tournament).
Behance link. Hellofont link (for buying his fonts).
Typefaces from 2022: Trumpets (deco caps). [Google] [More] ⦿
British type foundry. Creators of the polygonal typeface Cloudia (2012). [Google] [MyFonts] [More] ⦿
Process Type Foundry
Located in Minneapolis and/or Golden Valley, MN, Process Type Foundry is Eric Olson's foundry created in 2002. Its team grew withe additions of Alice Savoie, Nicole Dotin and Doug WilsonIts fonts:
Fonts sold by MyFonts. Behance link.
View the Process Type Foundry typeface library. View Eric Olson's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More] ⦿
Radko Hromátka (b. 1980) established the Radko Hromátka foundry in Prague in 2006. Radko created the art deco sans caps family Galanda Moderna (2010), which took ideas from book covers of famous Slovak painter, graphic artist and illustrator Mikulas Galanda (1895-1938).
In 2012, he created the polygonal typeface Vaba.
Typefaces from 2013 include Waves (an informal sans). [Google] [MyFonts] [More] ⦿
Oradea, Romania-based designer of the polygonal typeface Trapezio (2019). [Google] [More] ⦿
Ghent, Belgium-based desugner of the polygonal typeface Bolt and Nut Sans (2017). [Google] [More] ⦿
Graphic designer in Odessa, Ukraine, who made the hand-printed Latin / Cyrillic typeface Strel (2012, with Jovanny Lemonad), and the free hand-drawn polygonal Latin/Cyrillic typeface Underdog (2012, free at Google Web Fonts).
Behance link. [Google] [More] ⦿
Aka Mitch Seng, she is a graphic designer in Singapore who studied at Laval College. She created the polygonal typeface Mihata (2012). [Google] [More] ⦿
Sjoerd Kulsdom (Dot By Dot) is the Arnhem and/or Amsterdam-based designer of the curly typeface Spring Is In The Air (2011), the polygonal cut-out typeface Cardboard Cat (2016), the informal typeface Merijntje (2014) and the multiline typeface Monogram Rounded (2016). Sjoerd is associated with Ontwerpstudio Dot by dot.
Typefaces from 2017: Skrova (textured layered round sans), Deux Inline, Allergen Icons, Drone Attack (dingbats), Walrus Rough, Walrus Bold.
Typefaces from 2018: Confetti (a stackable multicolor font).
Storm Type Foundry
Storm Type is a major Czech foundry that offers the inspiring work of Frantisek Storm (b. 1966, Prague). Most typefaces are made by Storm himself. The typefaces:
Alternate URL. Myfonts write-up.
At ATypI 2004 in Prague, he spoke about his own Czech typefaces, on his Czech Typeface Project, and on the life of Josef Týfa.
Linotype link. FontShop link. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More] ⦿
The Yarza Twins
The Yarza Twins, born in Vigo (Spain), are Eva and Marta Yarza. Marta graduated in 2012 with a degree in construction engineering. In 2014, she studied communication design (MA program) at Central Saint Martins (University of the Arts, London (UK)). During her studies in London, Marta Yarza created Square Print (2014, a free artsy typeface), Japanica (2014, a free experimental Asian simulation typeface, with her twin sister Eva Yarza), and Plastic Crowds (2013, with Eva Yarza), about which they write: Inspired by old cinema marquees and by the 60s advertisements of NASA, we created this unique upper case typeface for the art collective Plastic Crowds. In 2015, they designed Horas, Orchid (a decorative didone), Haustraks, and Sound Reactive.
In 2016, Eva and Marta Yarza designed the almost polygonal typeface Batavier.
In 2017, they published the industrial sans typeface FIA Formula E and the wide sans typeface Hilario YT.
The Yarza Twins shop (where one can buy some of their fonts). Behance link for Eva Yarza. Behance link for Marta Yarza. [Google] [More] ⦿
Studio in Tokyo. Creator of the polygonal typeface Tri Type (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More] ⦿
Monterrey (was: Saltillo and/or Mexico City)-based designer of the spiky spurred almost Western typeface family Gandul (2017) and the octagonal Western typeface Kiner (2018). In 2019, they published the relaxed informal sans serif typeface family Ciento, the blackletter typeface Doppler, and the sans typeface family Burpee.
Typefaces from 2020: Reyes (a vintage mini-serif), Eliptik (a 6-style monolinear sans with alpha-shaped counters).
Typefaces from 2021: Tabique (a polygonal typeface). [Google] [MyFonts] [More] ⦿