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Rhombic typefaces

[The headline is set in Diamond Bodoni, which was designed by Monotype ]


[Brett Gilbert]

Brett Gilbert ("55 cards") is the designer at FontStruct in 2008 of minima55, minima55_grid. His Lattice is a gorgeous rhomboid-patterned caps face. Others include Double Six (domino pieces), Square Jaw, Halftone. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Abygail Bradley

During her studies in Manchester, UK, Abygail Bradley created the rhombic typeface Diamond Heist (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alberto del Real

Graphic designer in Ciudad Real, who created the decorative typeface Muelle and the rhombic typeface Robodo in 2018. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alessia Sistori

During her communication design studies, Alessia Sistori (Berlin, Germany) created Clarity Font (2013, thin and geometric) and Pommesensalade (2013, a rhombic font). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alexandra Savelkaeva

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

Alexandros Poursanidis

Thessaloniki, Greece-based designer of a rhobic typeface called Art Deco (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alexey Atapin

Web designer in Saint Petersburg, Russia. His typefaces are often experimental and include:

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Alissa Nowak

Brisbane, Australia-based student-designer (at Griffith University) of the rounded rhombic typeface Klono (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Amel 12070

FontStructor who made the rhombic typeface abcd in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anthony Bowe
[Geronimo Fonts (or: Paradox Fontworks, or: Typewire Studios)]

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Beth Morrison

During her studies, Winchester, UK-based Beth Morrison created the rhombic typeface Edge (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bezz Javan

Los Angeles-based multimedia designer. In 2018, he published these display typefaces: Cubart (3d), Esquare, Slinky, Dumber, Dumberer, Blockage (3d), Chizzeld, Lotty Dotty, Dimetia, Nockt, Domals, Hangerz, Sirkly, Geomiez, Diamonz (rhombic), Cirquetta (labyrinthine), Whetted, Solark, Eggo. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brett Gilbert

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Brian J. Bonislawsky
[Monogram Fonts Co]

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Brooke Bauer

During her studies at Flagler College in Saint Augustine, FL, Brooke Bauer designed the free diamond-themed display typeface Diams (2015). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cahya Sabunge

Bandung, Indonesia-based designer, b. 1994, of the rhombic typeface Cabella (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chebo Besa

As a student in Salford, UK, Chebo Besa created Diamond Typeface (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chris Turpen

During his studies at SCAD in Savannah, GA, Chrius Turpen designed the elegant rhombic rune simulation typeface Snorri (2014). It is based on Icelandic and Nordic manuscripts and carvings. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christopher Mihaly

During his studies, Christopher Mihaly (Danbury, CT) designed the rhombic typeface Boxed Out (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Coleman Collins

Designer in New York City. Creator of Alpha Mail (2012, a rhombic typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Deeait Creates
[Mathias Doblhammer]

Mathias Doblhammer (DeeAit) is a graphic designer and illustrator from Vienna, His typefaces include Benchmark (2007), Fashion Victim (2009, hairline avant-garde face), Bowler (2008, rounded and ultra-fat), the octagonal / rhombic typeface Symbolis (2012), and Lazy Fox (2009, connected octagonal experiment). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diamond Bodoni

A rhombic Monotype font with Bodoni letters in rhombic (diamond-shaped) windows. Unknown designer. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diego Aravena Silo
[Without Foundry (or W Foundry; was: Diego Aravena)]

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Edgar Cornejo

Arequipa, Peru-based designer of the rhombic grid pixel typeface Futurax (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elly Gehrig

During her graphic design studies in Newcastle, Austrlia, Elly Gehrig designed the rhombic typeface Quilter (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elodie Poulin

Brussels-based designer of the octagonal typeface Beck (2013), which is named after Harry Beck, the architect who drew the first plan for the London Subway. She also designed the experimental rhombic typeface Rhombicuboctaèdre (2013) and the wedge serif caps typeface La Roseraie (2013).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Enes Besinci

Istanbul, Turkey-based designer of the rhombic and hexagonal typeface Prayer (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Erika Buttigieg

Hamrun, Malta-based designer of the straight-edged typeface Diamandis (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ezra La Vin

During his graphic design studies in Brisbane, Australia, Ezra La Vin created Highroller (2013, a rhombic all caps typeface). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fanette Mellier

French designer of a very creative rhombic multicolor layered font system called Circus. The picture below is taken from the thesis of Thomas L'Excellent. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gabrielius Mackevicius

Graphic designer in Vilnius, Lithuania, who designed the display typeface Pewpew (2016), the very original free sans typeface Pupa (2016), the rhombic geometric typeface Rombomb (2016), the diagonal pixel typeface Krikstas (2008), the free monoline experimental typeface Schlangen Schriftas (2010), and the pixelish blurred vision typeface Janinos Juosta (2009), which has a woven texture. The free typeface Krikstas (2008) is based on folk themes.

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

Geronimo Fonts (or: Paradox Fontworks, or: Typewire Studios)
[Anthony Bowe]

First called Geronimo Fonts, then Paradox Fontworks, and then Typewire Studios, this American studio created these free fonts in 2015: For Sara, Funkytown, Necktie (blackboard bold), Northpoint (strong octagonal varsity font), Kevin Eleven (handcrafted 3d font), Back to School (handcrafted), Musicnet (dot matrix font), Anxiety, Starship One, Astronaut City (comic book style), Internet Friends, Solitude (rounded sans), Kinetic Extreme (+Solid), Crank, Disco Flow, Psychedelic, Lemons, Bokai, Royalty Code, Operation (military octagonal stencil face), Northwest (squarish), Hijack, Establishment, Jamstone, Skinz, The Antenna, Distortion, Los Mesitos, Rock Salmon, Hand Stencil, Crossroads, Upton Funk, Zero Theory, The Million Mile Man (3d outline font), Blueberry Pie, Boraodway Musical, Block Cartoon, Cinematic Language, Kayak, Aerospace, Russian (constructivist), Lines (white on black), Ohio Collegiate, Alkaline.

In 2014, Anthony designed these typefaces: The Ambrosia Society, The American (stencil), Clockwork (rounded and octagonal), Basico 1983, Crash Test, Christmas Sweater (textured, knitted), Dysfunctinal, Winter Sans, Tazorblade, Origami, Kingsbury, Mike, Secret Stencil, Braillefont, Encrypted, Spacecraft, Retro Serif, Something Blue, Lakeside, Amelia Pond, Kindergarten, Superpowers, Homeboys, Dispensations, Neutron (sans), Chrome, Mandarin, Battlecry (stencil), Spacebar, Starlight, Square Deal, Timeline, Simpetico, Guardians (octagonal), Pixel Rocks, Snakeway, The Spaceman, Paint Brush, Series Slab, Simple Life, Warehouse, Flappy Birdy, Brushmark, Hammers and Strings, I Do Not Trust You, My Dad Drives Me Crazy, Scriptfont, Widehand, Bastille, Destruction, Remember, Handlebars, Marksman, Animated, Chubby Gothic, Highlight, Lighthead, Random Type, Readable, Archibald, Stenciles, Andersans, Gondola (monoline geometric sans), Sundance Neue, Jangotype, Limousine, Crayon Kids, Packing Tape, Cartoon Adventures, Telescope, Little Shrimp, Destiny (FontStruct), Al Dente, Copper Four (piano key font), Digit LCD, Dimension (horizontally striped), Highway Block Sans, Integration, Overload (LED font), Scoreboard LED, The Distance LCD, Ace Gaffigan, Grean, The Distance (FontStruct), Reason to Believe, Quincy Egbert, Oklahoma, Anonymous, Amaretto, Espionage (horizontally striped), Waffleboy, Angular, Equalizer, Spangled, Freewind, Ancient Grease, Black Pine Trees, Etra Preview, Fun Fragment, Multilingual hand, Red Velvet, The Fragile Wind, Lightweight Serif, Instant Access, Black Pixel, Rapid Mental Thursday, Blue Chucks, Hand Power, Royalty Waffles, Anger Management, Pocket, Effective, Florida, Pencil Sharp, Silence Will Fall (a prison say counter font), Chuck, Caged, Diamond, Uncle Salsa, Zebru, Sun, Stafona, Questions, Fancy, Sunwave, Doodle Digit, Einstein Grand, Lollipop, Lemon Rose, Gentleman, Jukebox, Fuzzy, Monster Taxi, Popsicle, Ripleys, Fragment, Crashy, Ravioli, Little Picnic, Strobelight, Cool, Cheddar (hand-printed) and Comic Fade (a dot matrix font done at FontStruct), Schnoodle, Ice Cubed (pixel face), GF Albert, Garfield, Black Friday, National Industry, Warlox, Moneto, Troublemaers, Sundrop, Magnitude, Break The Chain, Black Fire, Ralph, Hexoto, Flubber, Crazy Smile, Angel, Cheapskate, Flatboard, Stitcher, Black Shadow (20143, a dripping blood font), Probably Yes, True Love, Charlie, George, Alpine Script, Aztec Kingdom, Megafont, LCD Expanded, Generation, Arcadia, Cosmo, Jokerface, Deco Future (a blackboard bold typeface, +Inline). Many of the typefaces were made with FontStruct.

Typefaces from 2016: Inklings (textured), Scorpion (squarish), Vincentio (text typeface), University (varsity font), Gameplay, Barbershop (squarish blackboard bold style), Elevation (sans), Revolution Script, New Chinese (oriental simulation), Underground, The Neverlanders.

Typefaces from 2017: Snowball, War of 1930, Superguns, High School, Destructive (octagonal stencil font), American Grunge, French Fries (shaded).

Typefaces from 2018: Oldies Cartoon, Showtunes, Topline (squarish sans), Grunge Band, The Friendly Indians.

Typefaces from 2019: Land+Mine (spurred), Jersey Slim.

Typefaces from 2020: Meatloaf (pixelish), Space Galaxy, Ouitfield Pro (heavy sans caps), Alkine (circled letters), Flower Girl (alphadings), Lightzone (a dot matrix font), Gameplay 1987 (a pixel font). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gisela Guastella

During her graphic design studies at UBA in Buenos Aires, Gisela Guastella created the modular rhombic typeface Romboid (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hubert and Fischer
[Sebastian Fischer]

Founded by Philipp Hubert (based in New York) and Sebastian Fischer (based in Stuttgart), Hubert & Fischer is a design studio with offices in New York and Stuttgart, Germany with a global client base. The studio specializes in creating editorial design, type design, visual identity, print, application, websites and e-commerce design from concept to production.

Google Creative Lab approached them to design a typeface for the branding of the Rubik's Cube Exhibition "Beyond Rubik's Cube" the Liberty Science Center, Jersey City. They designed a slightly rounded heavyweight font (Rubik, 2015, Rubik One, 2014, and Rubik One Mono, 2014) in which the letters fit perfectly in a single cubelet of the Rubik's Cube. The font was expanded to include Cyrillic and Hebrew characters for the exhibition. Free downloads at Google Web Fonts (see also here), Github and Open Font Library. Rubik One was created by Elvire Volk Leonovitch under the art direction of Hubert and Fischer. Bickerton (2014) is a rhombic typeface.

Other commissioned typefaces: Dumpling Grotesk (based on a hand-painted sign of a Chinese restaurant in New York and characterized by a two-legged m), Bickerton (based on the work of artist Ashley Bickerton), Akzidenz Grotesk Mono, Unterwirt Regular, Cold Comfort (2010, a sharp-edged typeface for the exhibition catalogue Cold Comfort of artist Rudolf Reiber), Stripe (by Sebastian Fischer: A signage system typeface developed for the high school Quinta das Flores in Coimbra, Portugal), EDP (by Sebastian Fischer: a thick geometric sans for Latin, Chinese, Hindi and Cyrillic), Oberkofler (a pixel script for the publication Blut im Schuh for artist Gabriela Oberkofler), Tiptop (a sans designed as headline for the publication Jugend Forscht), Morus (a hipster typeface family), Swollen.

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

Ivan Villag&ocute;mez Ramos

Ivan Villagomez Ramos (a student of Graphic Design at the UVM Querétaro, Mexico) and Led Factory (also in Querétaro) co-designed the rhombic typeface Lorentz (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jake Sharpe

During his studies at the Winchester School of Art, UK, Jake Sharpe created the rhombic grid typeface Waste Water (2013). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jang Hyunsue

Cardiff, Wales-based designer and illustrator who created the rhombic typeface Diamonds (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jean-Baptiste Franceschetti

During his studies at ESDAC, Marseille, France-based Jean-Baptiste Franceschetti created the rhombic typeface Opream Sans (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jeff Levine
[Jeff Levine: Additional typefaces]

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Jeff Levine: Additional typefaces
[Jeff Levine]

This is a list of fonts by Jeff Levine not categorized anywhere else on my pages.

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Ji-young Jeon

During her studies at Ewha Womens University in Seoul, Korea, Ji-young Jeon created a number of Latin fonts around the theme of Chang-sai, or Korean (octagonal, rhombic) door patterns. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joana Geraldo

During her communication design studies in Coimbra, Portugal, Joana Geraldo created Diamond Font (2013) and Metropolis (2013, organic typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joanna Mirowska

Chicago-based art director who designed the rhombic experimental typeface Queen of Diamonds in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joe Green

Redcar, UK-based designer of Serviette Sans (2013), a rhombic typeface. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joe Warburton

Graduate of the Leeds College of Art. Leeds, UK-based designer of the rhombic typeface Mountain (2012, Ten Dollar Fonts). With Formula Studio, he designed the sans typeface Sasquatch (2013).

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Juan Garcia del Pino Martin
[Reves Studio]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Kat Gilbert

During her Graphic Design studies at Central Saint Martins in London, American / Austrian Kat Gilbert created a modular stencil typeface (2013) and a triangular experimental typeface called Sparkle Tune or Sparkling Tunes (2013), which was custom-made for a music band. She also made a stencil typeface in Phil Baines's course in 2013.

In 2018, she designed the triangulated typeface Gridlocked. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kavya Tolia

Mumbai, India-based designer of the decorative rhombic Latin / Devanagari typeface Amrapali (2015), which was inspired by the Taj Mahal palace. [Google] [More]  ⦿

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

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LED Factory

A cooperative (est. 2011) of four designers in Queretaro, Mexico. Behance link. Creators of the display typeface Vandatt (2012).

Ivan Villagomez Ramos (a student of Graphic Design at the UVM Querétaro, Mexico) and Led Factory co-designed the rhombic typeface Lorentz (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Linh T. Thuy

Auckland, New ealand-based creator of a straight-edged typeface in 2014 that was inspired by the diamond shape of the roof top of Vector Arena, Auckland Harbour. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Logan Dufrn

Parisian designer of Geotype (2012, letters constructed from basic geometric shapes), and Quadritype (2012, an experimental rhombic typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lucie Baratte

Lille, France-based designer of the pixel blackletter font Methazoa (2013). Crapotine (2013) is an experimental diamond- or rhomboid-inspired ornamental caps typeface.

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Luis Vicente Hernandez

Luis Vicente Hernandez (Dos Decadatres, or DDCT) is a Spanish designer in Madrid who created the free pixelish typeface Houndstooth in 2007 for Neo2, a Spanish magazine. His typefaces include Anchor Deco (2009), Caponata (2009, elegant display face), Maxima (2009), Aguadulce (2009), Super League Font (2010), Minima, Absurda, Houndstooth, Unga Unga (primitive counterless comic book face), Perruna, DDCT Abstrusa (2009), Black Diamonz (2009, rhombic), Bouncing Wisdom (2010, a face in the style of Rennie Mackintosh), Boaz (2010, a display headline face for Go Skateboarding Mag), Farewell (2011), Averis (2011, an art deco display face).

In 2012, he created the tall piano key typeface Buho.

Typefaces from 2013 include OOG.

Typefaces done between 2013 and 2017 include Hoot (used in the Tao Te Ching book).

Bespoke typefaces: Suanzesburg (for TheCube), Sphere (for Henry Blake).

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

Marc Bacani

Carson, CA-based designer who studied at the Art Institute of Los Angeles. In 2016, he designed a modular rhombic typeface. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marhandam Palindung
[Up Font Studio]

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Martino Bombonato

Italian designer (b. 1994) of the free hexagonal / rhombic typeface Romb (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mathias Doblhammer
[Deeait Creates]

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Meriem Mghazli

Marrakech-based designer of Helvegut (2012), a series of playful extensions of Helvetica. She also did a signage project for her school, L'Ecole Supérieure des Arts Visuels, in 2012. Creator of Archi-Alphabet (2014), an experimental rhombic typeface. She also designed an ornamental card game set for Rummy (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Monogram Fonts Co
[Brian J. Bonislawsky]

Commercial foundry, est. 2009 by Brian J. Bonislawsky (Las Vegas, NV), known for his participation in the Astigmatic One Eye Typographic Institute, the Breaking the Norm Font Library, VersusTwin Type Foundry, and Foundry-X. Most of the fonts done after 2013 were in cooperation with Jim Lyles. Fonts made in 2009 include MFC Franklin Corners (based on Metal Corners from the 1889 "Convenient Book of Specimens" from Franklin Type Foundry in Cincinnati), MFC Manoir Monogram (2009, Victorian initials), MFC Bijou Monogram, MFC Escutcheon Monogram, MFC Pantomime Monogram, MFC Peony Monogram (2009), MFC Vice Monogram (an Art Deco letterset (capitals only) from a 1915 publication by Cartier-Bresson of Paris), MFC Viper Monogram (based on Hollywood Combination Initials, found in a 1934 ATF book), MFC Carson Monogram (from Art Monogram and Lettering by J.M. Bergling, Vol. 1, Fifth Edition, 1912), MFC Semicirculus Monogram, MFC Royaume Monogram (after lettering from the 1884 Ames' Guide to Self Instruction in Practical and Artistic Penmanship by Daniel T. Ames), MFC Bindi Monogram (after a 1915 publication by Cartier-Bresson of Paris), Carson Monogram (a letter set from the book Art Monogram and Lettering by J.M. Bergling, Vol. 1, Fifth Edition published in 1912, where it was simply labeled New Antique 53), Noir Monogram (after the "Pearl" letterset from the 1854 Becker's Ornamental Penmanship and Draughtsman's Letter Book by George J. Becker), Distinto Borders (after the Black&White and Running Borders from the 1906 Abridged Keystone Type Foundry Specimen Book), Tagliato Monogram (after a decorative letterset (capitals only) from the 1899-1900 Treatise on Embroidery, Crochet and Knitting booklet by M. Hemingway&Sons Silk Co), Mouchoir Monogram, Memoriam Initials (based on University Initials in the 1934 Book of American Types by ATF), Moissanite Monogram (based on Diamond Combination Monograms from the same book), MFC Monarchy Initials (based on Diamond Combination Monograms from the same book), Morningside Monogram and Neuport Monogram (both based on letters found in the 1934 Book of American Types by American Type Founders), Diamant Monogram, Distinto Borders (based on borders found in the 1906 Abridged Keystone Type Foundry Specimen Book), Ruse Monogram (an all caps typeface based on DeRoos Inline), MFC Tagliato Monogram (from the 1899-1900 Treatise on Embroidery, Crochet and Knitting booklet by M. Hemingway&Sons Silk Co), and Tryst Monogram. MFC Franklin Corners (2009) is a series of three border dingbat fonts.

MFC Hills Medieval (2010) was developed from an overly ornamental blackletter type specimen found in the 1882 Hills Manual of Social and Business Forms. The interesting Victorian outline family Sappho Monogram (2010) was inspired by an alphabet set from the book, Monograms and Alphabets for Combination by Dollfus Mieg&Cie, first published in the 1890s.

Typefaces from 2012: MFC Bruce Corners.

Typefaces from 2013, all done with Jim Lyles: MFC Baelon Monogram (an 800-character monster font with outlined spurred letters from Dollfus Mieg's book, ca. 1890), MFC Bontebok Monogram, MFC Carnivale Monogram (known as Romantiques No. 3 and Ornate No. 2), MFC Thornwright Monogram (from the Manuel de Broderies No. 179 by N. Alexandre & Cie. from the late 1800s), MFC Zulu Monogram (an African-themed font inspired by Bibliothèque D.M.C: Alphabets et Monogrammes 2nd Series), MFC Jewelers Monogram (based on a decorative alphabet designed in 1901 by Marcus Goldsmith, an inventor of elegant accessories), MFC Verre Monogram, MFC Triangulus Monogram (based on a vintage publication called "Bibliotheque D.M.C: Alphabets et Monogrammes 2nd Series"), MFC Chaoxiang Monogram, MFC Fantasie Monogram, MFC Mastaba Monogram, MFC Voyeur Monogram (based on Broadway Monogram Initials in Book of American Types (1893, ATF)), MFC Haute Monde Monogram, based on Elite Monogram Initials in Book of American Types (1893, ATF)), MFC Budding Monogram, MFC Hardwood Monogram, MFC Almond Monogram, MFC Brass Rules Petit (based on filets from the Franklin Type Foundry), MFC Damask and MFC Damask Flourish (by Brian J. Bonislawsky and Jim Lyles, a Victorian capitals and floriated caps pair of typefaces based on Oxford No. 2 from the 1893 catalog of the Cleveland Type Foundry).

Typefaces from 2014: MFC Medieval Monogram (a Lombradic caps typeface based on Book of American Types (1934, American Type Founders)), MFC Chaplet Monogram (from Dessins de Broderies---Album No. 486 (Sajou, late 1800s)), MFC Capulet Monogram (based on Monograms and Alphabets for Combination (Dollfus Mieg & Cie, 1890s)), MFC Klaver Monogram, MFC Billow Monogram (from Manuel de Broderies No. 179 by N. Alexandre & Cie. from the late 1800's), MFC Aldercott Monogram (by Brian J. Bonislawsky and Jim Lyles, after a 1901 alphabet by Marcus Goldsmith, an inventor of elegant accessories of personal nature).

Typefaces from 2015: MFC Tattersaw Monogram, MFC Livermore Monogram (based on Victorian alphabets shown in Charles J. Strong's The Art of Show Card Writing, 1907), MFC Ringold Monogram (based on Strong's Book of Designs, 1917), MFC Petworth Monogram, MFC Piege Monogram, MFC Gilchrist Initials, MFC Gilchrist Monogram, MFC Arteaga Borders One, MFC Arteaga Borders Two, MFC Arteaga Borders Three, MFC Brass Rules Grand (based on Franklin Type Foundry's brass rules in Convenient Book of Specimens, 1889).

Typefaces from 2016: MFC Diresworth Monogram (based on an alphabet set from the book, Monograms and Alphabets for Combination by Dollfus Mieg & Cie, first published in the 1890's), MFC Spindler Borders, MFC Imperator Monogram (based on Monograms and Alphabets for Combination by Dollfus Mieg & Cie, 1890s), MFC Mercer (an initials set from the book Monograms and Alphabets for Combination by Dollfus, Mieg & Cie, first published in the 1880s), MFC Botanical Borders (based on a collection of border treatments from the 1886 Spécimens de caractères d'imprimerie by E. Houpied a Paris), MFC Diamondside Monogram, MFC Redding Monogram (a highly ornate lettering style from Letters and Lettering by Carlyle & Oring), MFC Rodizio (a layered chromatic typeface family inspired by wood types by William H. Page), MFC Falconer Monogram, MFC Glencullen Monogram, MFC Bruce's Corners Two (based on Metal Corners found in Specimens of Printed Types (1882, Bruce Type Foundry)), MFC Westport Monogram, MFC Arkena Monogram (art nouveau font based on Strong's Book of Designs (1917)).

Typefaces from 2017: MFC Enschede Borders (based on floral borders in the 1904 Ornamenten Hoofdlijsten en Sluitstukken book by Joh. Enschedé & Zonen, Haarlem), MFC Keating Monogram (based on Monograms and Alphabets for Combination (1890s, Dollfus, Mieg & Cie)).

Typefaces from 2018: MFC Stencil Borders Six, MFC Elmstead Monogram and MFC Endeavor Monogram (both based on Dollfus, Mieg & Cie, 1890s), MFC Blossom Monogram (a chromatic layering font), MFC Buttergin Monogram (based on Tuscan typeface shown in Letters and Lettering by Carlyle & Oring), MFC Stencil Borders Five, MFC Stencil Borders Four, MFC Stencil Borders Three, MFC Stencil Borders Two, MFC Stencil Borders One (all by Brian Bonislawsky), MFC Diamondstack Monogram, MFC Sansome Monogram (an art nouveau typeface based on John F. Irwin's Rustic Roman from 1906).

Typefaces from 2019: MFC Joliet Monogram (2019: based on a vintage McCalls Kaumagraph Transfer), MFC French Roman (an all caps typeface based on French Roman Light in an 1899 lettering publication by International Correspondence Schools), MFC Diamerrick Monogram (diamond-shaped monograms), MFC Ambeau Monogram (2019, based on the decorative art nouveau alphabet called American Beauty in J.M. Bergling's Art Alphabets and Lettering, 1914), MFC Diamas Monogram (diamond-shaped monograms), MFC Nadall Medieval (an uncial/blackletter font based on Bernd Nadall's Faust from 1898).

Typefaces from 2020: MFC Patisserie Monogram (from Letters and Lettering by Carlyle & Oring), MFC Decatur Monogram (after an alphabet seen in J.M. Bergling's book Monograms and Engraving Alphabets).

Typefaces from 2021: MFC Deco Diamond Monogram.

View the typefaces made by Brian Bonislawsky.

Typefaces from 2022: MFC Heathcliff Monogram (2022: rhombic monograms). Creative Market link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

MyFonts: Diamond typefaces

A list of diamond typefaces. The first definition of a diamond typeface is one that has rhombus or diamond-shaped dots on the i and j. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Neville Lam

Neville Lam (Kowloon) created the ornamental caps typeface 3BAL (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paola Ros

Spanish designer of Rhomboid (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Peter Mazoch

Polish design student who made the rhombic typeface Pixador (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Raissa Andreas

Jakarta, Indonesia-based designer of the rhombic / hexagonal typeface Navajo (2014). This was developed while she was studying at Limkokwing University of Creative Technology in Malaysia. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Reves Studio
[Juan Garcia del Pino Martin]

Juan Garcia del Pino Martin (Reves Studio, Toledo, Spain) designed the free rhombic typeface Rhombus (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Robbie de Villiers
[Wilton Foundry]

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Ryan Manterola

Graphic designer in Lake Worth, FL. Creator of Pretentious Hipster (2012, a rhomboid typeface). [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.

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Sebastian Fischer
[Hubert and Fischer]

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Sophia Nikolaeva

Graduate of the British Higher School of Art&Design. Moscow-based designer of a diamond-themed typeface in 2016. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Suet Vinie

Bristol, UK-based creator of a number of modular experimental typefaces in 2012. These include Cross (straight-edged, based on triangulations), Marquise, American Brilliant (textured and geometric), Diacubic (simulating a graph), Diatomic and Briolette (rhombic). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tari Puteri

Jakarta, Indonesia-based designer of Diamond Font (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Thomas Boucherie

Based in Montpellier, France, Thomas Boucherie designed the dingbat typefaces Ghost Smileys (2009), Punk Smileys (2009), thomasboucherie (2007), thomasboucherie3 (2008), Pictoserie 5 (2009, Pingbats), pictoserie 6 (2011, dingbats), Poulpi (2011, octopi), Piou (2011, ducklings), Pucca (2004, Japanese dolls), Thomas1 (2007) and Thomas (2007).

In 2012, he created Toy Cloud, Pictoserie 7, Kawai Medical (medical dingbats), Square Face, the rhombic typeface Iddi Head, and the dingbat typefaces Animal Kai, Kawaii Eyes, Kokeshi Kawaii, Mustache, Polynesian Etua (dingbats), Kawaii Food II, Pirats (sic) (pirate dingbats), LaLinea Sea (sea dingbats), Toy Kars, Galaxia, and Bow.

Typefaces from 2013: Toy Stum, Dead Head, Nox One, Mix One.


He also has icon sets.

In 2013, Thomas set up a second identity, that of the Swiss woman Maelle Keita.

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[Tzu-yuan "Erik" Yin]

Erik Yin (b. 1988) lives in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan. Creator of the gridded rhombic typeface Prism (2013) and the sans headline typeface ERKN (2013). ERKN covers Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Hebrew, Armenian and Georgian. In 2014, he created the Latin typeface Coward. In 2015, he created the free thin sans typeface Jonah.

In 2018, he addded the calligraphic oriental emulation font Goalthink and the modular typeface CubeFarm Latin (to accompany his Chinese font CubeFarm).

Typefaces from 2019: Typori (a rounded sans).

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Tzu-yuan "Erik" Yin

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Up Font Studio
[Marhandam Palindung]

Sungguminasa, Indonesia-based designer of the script typefaces Attasey (2019) and Khillua Zoldyck (2019), the straight-edged typeface Demiurge (2019), the rhombic typeface Shalltear (2019: inspired by the tradiational Bugis-Makassar script) and the molecular typeface Megumin (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Wino Sutarmin Kadir]

Weknow is the foundry of Indonesian type designer Wino Sutarmin Kadir (b. 1979), who is based in Bogor, Jakarta. Weknow produced a large collection of free fonts from 2009 until 2012. He started making commercial fonts in 2012.

Creator of the unicase sans typeface Weknow (2009) and the roundish MisstyPoland (2009).

From 2010: Helenfont (2010), Dennis Vallera (2010), Kasumichan, Karitza, Mozzie, Wings, Sharon, Noakatz, dearladysandra, arachnidlove, Alexandra, Monica (2010), Natalie, Wayner 8088, Anime Queen (2010, pixelized), Nano (2010, pixel face), Glover (2010, circular face), Frozen Pandaman (geometric), Joenine (circular), Fun Record (geometric), Gembira (circular), Gabrielle, Solgas (circular), lifeforfun (2010), znowwhite (2010), Snowmask (2010), Nine (2010), Znowwhite (2010), Cecile (2010, experiment with triangles), Coreldraw (2010, geometric, monoline), DennisVallera (2010, inspired by the vector art of Canadian Dennis Vallera), Helenfont (2010).

Designs from 2011: Michelle (circle-based), Emmilia (circle-based), Raynaliz, Polysoup, Seba, Selfregion (concentric glyphs), Wings of the dragons (octagonal), Spider, The Training Artist, Chewed Kandi, Sandra, Saintfighteraqua (geometric), Alexey (circle-based), Kristina (circle-based), Graphic Dream, Crystalcore (techno), Dominique (fat rounded), Formalart, Henderson (circle-based), Intanputripratiwi (circle-based), Kioshima (geometric), Gitchgitch (geometric), Justta, Dismecha, Self Region (labyrinthine), Alberto (monoline geometric), Abstrasctik (rounded and experimental), Nicole, Robotoc, Laggastic, Masterpanda, Mohr, Maruciel, Gabrielle, Carlos (a circle-based face), Life For Fun (geometric monoline sans), Lois Cesarano (hexagonal), Heather Thomas (circles and lines), Picaee (modular and leafy), Owaikeo (a circle and arc face), Celeste, The World, Future, Lanitta, Earthearth, Basic, Beautiful, Internationalist (monoline rounded sans caps face), Midnight Show, Plastic, Victory, Perfect, Superpower, Katarzyna, Invasion, Block, Wonderfull, Sweetest, Direction, Funrecord, Eternal Flame, Coreldarw, James Glover (circle-based), Superstar, Inside, Parallel, Million, Ocean, Never Ending Maze, Silverbend, Dragon Fly, Whatever You Want, Swinging Swan, Funatic, Soulmate, Superhero, Zetland, Letting The Cable Sleep, Weknow World, Universalisme, Ocean, Smiley Turtle, Family&Friend, Flower in the window, You&Me&Everyone Else, Astonishing, Grass Hopper, Merpati Putih, Extra Hot, Trees of Happiness, Blowing Bubble, Brain Storm, Good Morning, Flower Lover, Honestly, Jaguar, Modern Aristocrat, Pure and Simple Everytime, Ride the lightning, Proffesional (sic), Flight Stewardess, Antique Retro, Natural Technologies, Ethereal Sky, Conversation, Earth Heart.

Free typefaces from 2012: Serta Kayu (multiline script), Emerald, Sweater (texture face), Fish Bone, Delicious Ketchup. The Dark Knight, String and Wire, Little Ant, Xtrapower, Standard International, Nice dream come true, Bavaria, Queen of the modern age, Science Fiction, Greatest View, Queen of the Modern Age, Made in earth, Arabian Knight, Emperor of Japan, Bill Gates Windows, Maximum Kilometer, Mineral Oil Resources, Motorcycle (curly caps), Eskimo and Polar Bear, Gladiator Sport, Aero Dynamic, Optical Fiber, High Logic, Generation (a nice all-caps shadow face), My Heart, Play Ground (multiline face), Cartoon Character, Windows in Japan, Quantum Leap (dymo label face), Computer Love, Electric City, and Copper, Valentine In Love, Weknow Windows, Punk, Graphic Design, Billy Jean Style, LMAO (rounded bold sans face), Take and Give, Indonesia Tanah Air, Swimmer Browser, Diamonds are forever (hexagonal and rounded), Tortoise, My Dear, Get Ready, Export Import, Miracle, Digital Ninja, Funtastic Million Moment, Funny and Cute, Samurai in UK, Bookmark, Once Upon A Time, Bird Feather, Respect, Aruna Aira Jasmine, Extra Cheese, Beauty and the beast, Kung Fu Master (oriental simulation typeface), Game Player (art deco), Modern Building, Trade and Mark, Grovy (sic) Kind of Life, King of Font and Typography, ABC (comic book face), Metro City (extended monoline typeface), The Art, Sprout and the bean, Scooter experiment, Sundown Sunrise (a rounded monoline sans), Art Heart, WindowsObject, Authentic Love, Dolphin Ocean Wave, British Pop Music, Master (sci-fi), Sneak Peeks, Like This, Crumble, Zebra Cross, Star Constellation, Water and Gasoline, Autumn, Aviator, So Cute, Crow Chief (bow and arrow font), Beard Rider, Skateboard, Panel, Swallow Sky Night, Hotel Motel (fat finger face), Techno Various, Zooming Track, Robo Cop, Dance Fever, West Java, Ivory Culture, Push The Button (art deco), Highway Patrol (blocked black typeface), Sausage, Little Atom, Mick Jagged, Life Is Final (copperplate), Total Hammer, Cybertooth, Modern Craft, Riding The World, Boarder (counterless), Essential Arrangement, Sensation, Helmet, Smile, Little Think Big Impact, Airplane, Young and Free, The Futurist, Creative Mind, House Builder, Falling in love, My Font (a rounded monoline oblique sans), Proffesional (sic) Edition, Young Forever, Brown Fox, We Know, Prehistoric, Frankenstein Monster, Great Adventure, You Makes Me Happy, The One and Only Me, Wireframe (3d face), Ceramic (3d face), Winner, The Amazing Me, Cycle, Asia Pacific, Written on the hand, Love is blind, Luxurious Sexy, Robotic, Nano (dot matrix face), King Of The World, Roller Blade, Antelope Run, Elemental, Champion Coffee Cup, Bandit, Arcade, Zetland, The Training Artist, Technique, Neon Glow, Fruit Vegetable, Archieve, Experiment Butterfly, French Fries, Remember Memory, Rocksteady, Electro Static Rain, Science Channel (stencil face), Surfing and Play, Umbrella, The Wizard, Great Leader, Bare Knuckle Fight, The Wizard of One Click, Extra Large, Stabilo Spidol, Onion Rings, Strawberry, Lets Do It Again, Modern Script, Amazing Symphony, Psychedelic, Jump Street, The Earth (modular), Brigade Army, Extraordinary, Cobra on Coconut Tree, Natural Beauty, Anything Mean Everything, Smoke on the water, Write A Letter, Everybody, Together, Planting And Seeding, Savior Light Our Way, All Around The World, Think More For Solution, Yesterday, Techno Tech, Prudent, Metamorphosys, Keep quite and simple (sic), India Hair Style, Catalyst, Bamboo Shoot, Global Capitalism, Water Drop, Thunder Jagger, The Science Archaeologist, The Happy Face Smile, Pyramid Inverted, Jailbreak, Game of Life, Fun Raiser, Athletic, Android Robot (sci-fi), Croissant Sandwich, Ocean Free, Thursday, Crochet Pattern, Firework, Futuristic, Pocket (rounded bold sans), Entertainment, Technology (bubblegum face), So This Is It (inline caps face), Everything (circle-based font), Auto Mobile, Futurism, Rhinoceros Break, Enormous (angulat headline face), The Quick (octagonal), Over The Mountain (wavy face), Frame Work, Interplanetary, Antariksa (rounded sans), Airwaves, Strong in the Heart, Pure And Simple Everytime (rounded organic sans), Gitchgitch (rounded organic sans), Monica, The Lazy Dog (grunge), True Self Reliant, Think Techno, Street, Symbol (constructivist), Post Rock, Moon Light (plump and round), Jumping Running, Green Avocado, Bunga Melati Putih, Bizzare, World Word, Little Rainy Day (dot matrix), Animaline (animal dingbats), Smart Watch, At Most Sphere, Sweet Lollipop (curly), Painting The Light, Flattered, Earth Aircraft Universe, Daydreamer, Earth Aircraft Universe, Flattered, Welcome to Planet Earth, People Quark, Friendly Robot, Biological, Splashing, Freezer, Ragatnia Clara (a nice script), The Happy Face Return.

Typefaces from 2013: Cat Eyes, Stay True, Where Wolf, The Sound, Royal Jelly, Grumpy Cat, Aku Cinta Kamu, Yellow, Innovation, Invisible Man, Archieve, Electro Magnet, Bamboo Chopsticks, Valentine's Day, True Love, Club Golf, Your Smile, Guitar On Stage, Karate (oriental simulation), Recognition, Sleeping Beauty (plump lettering), Gelombang Radio, Frozen Ice, Sport Center, Reflection, Enjoy The Time, Fillet O Fish (brushed caps), Artistic, Flower Generation (psychedelia), Heart Shaped, Adore You, Jelang (textured typeface), Stargazer, Army Of Me, Xtreme Bike, Atomic, Fancy Curly, Mastermind, Scientist, Brother, Bahasa Indonesia (sans), Cyber, Photography, Super Creative, Black Stallion (script), Cartoon, Exposure (shadow face), The Ticket, Mercury (retro-futuristic), Agriculture (lava lamp typeface), Electronic, Transformation, The Night (gothic typeface), King Cobra, Bionic Heart, Goddess of Fortune, Guitar Acoustic, Magenta Flower, Java Island (lava lamp typeface), Ready Steady Go, Cute Monster, High Speed, Machine Gun, Random Face 1 (dingbats), Dear Diary, Shinobi Ninja, Stranger (octagonal), Discovery, Translation, Japan (oriental simulation), Digital Gothic, Techno, Butterfly (lava lamp typeface), Candlelight (eax drip face), Maverick, Movie Script Ending, Monochrome, Japan, Chunky Bar, The Greatest High (blackboard bold), Featured, Random Thing 1 (cartoon dingbats), Straw Hat, Where Are You, Plant On Lawn, The Innocent Face, Beat of Drum, ASDFA, Creamy Butter, Monster Rock, Plumbing, Mexicano Chili Sauce, Air Show (bubblegum face), This Is True, Fresh Mint, Laser Gun, My Game, Black Mamba, Drako Heart, Children Stories, Play The Game (with a McDonald's M), Let it be, Everlasting Song, Logotype, Blessing Son, Wino Sutarmin Kadir, Bad Boy, Bold and Blue, Quantum (sci-fi face), Oceanography, Elementary, Sailorman, Heart And Love, High Thin Light, Vintage Postcard (spurred), The Bartender (spurred), Inside The Boxes (rhombic type), Herbalism, Happy Home (lava lamp typeface), Wave Zone, Market Leader, The Monkey, Engine Power, Gamer, Story Telling (lava lamp typeface), High Flagship, Back to Nature, The Quick Motorcross (bilined, caps only, with a McDonalds M), Fisherman (lava lamp typeface), Step Forward, King of Pirate (art nouveau caps), Heritage, High in Love, Thin Decorative (spurred typeface), Little Cowboy, What The Fun, Aha Experience, Glitch (pixel face), Portable.

Typefaces from 2014: Enjoy The Show (bubblegum font), Right Power, Xerxes, Selamat Hari Raya, Sincere Heart, Thermometer, My Angle (fat script), Restaurant, Life is font, Material Science, Wave Zone, Everything is a test, The kind of feeling, The President, Blue Ocean, Heavy Metal Gaze, Air-Planet, FOREST-THING (a black poster font), Here-Comes-The-Sun, VICE-VERSA, Wajah-mu-Malaikat, The Miracle, Over The Sky, Eternal Love, Under Stand, Lets Get It On, Salute, Please Forgive Me, Forest Jump. Dayak Shield, Golden Bar (piano key stencil face), Life To Find, Make Peace, Rocket Brothers, Space Truckin, Silver Knight, Zeppelin, Banana Split, Funny Sport, Material Science, Cinta Adalah Perhatian, Love is Attention, Philosophy, Swampthing, Something, Great Job, I Love You, Baby Metal, Millenium 3, White Sock, Liberate, Life Is Font, Chasing Tail, Listening, Sghining Pearl, Hall of Fame, The Good Life, Funky Claw, Pretty Clever, Breath, Continue, Eyes Believer, Samurai Sword, About, God is Watching us, Smile at face, Guitar Rumble, Si Cantik, She is Beautiful, Joker Shoes, Welcome to the jungle (brush face), Maximum High Tension, First Love, Great Heart, Computer Robot, Question of Science, Book Shelves, Billy The Kid (Western font), Times New Romance, Techno Capture, Chemistry, City Shine, Samurai and Blade, Hexagonal.

Typefaces from 2015: Brigade of Love, Creative Culture, Axe For Warrior (dingbats), Bogor, Teleport Machine, Construction, Architecture, Underground (octagonal), King will be king, Knight of Light (medieval), Barbarian, Every Day, Thumbs Up, Defragmented (pixel face), Garden of Rose, House Music, Giant Universe, Element (a connect-the-dots typeface), Kingdom of Heart, Smart Talk, Take On Me, Symbolism, The Happiness, Dark Empire, Space of Time, Game Robot, Made in Indonesia, Morning Sunshine (art deco), Gravity Relationships, All About Love, City of Rock, Dear Baby, My Pleasure, Dear Lovely, Drea Reality, Charming Prince, Warehouse Project (geometric solids), Stone Rock, Script Machine, Pray Boy, Copy Paste, Baby Cuttie, Treasure Island, Impulse of Heart (fat rounded stencil), Extraordinary Craft, Brand New Colony (connected script), Digital Handmade, Learning, Aero Glass, Rainbow In Love, Catatan Harian, Sky Liner, A Lot of Love, Take Me Home, Shake It Off, Everything More, Qualified Good, We are the Word, Tshirt, Valuable, Weknow, Metal Kingdom, Phytoplankton, Kissing The Rain, Sunset Beach, Jazz Music, Dear Lovely, Dream Reality, My Pleasure, Boarder, Entertaintment-Show, Guardian, Indonesia, This-is-internet, Picture-of-you.

Typefaces from 2016: Big Burger, Blues Melody, Kangaroo Punch, Dark, Amazing Day Everyday, Delicious Choice (lava lamp script), Panda Robot, Wijaya Fresh, Megapolitan Jakarta, Chalk Board, Mother Father, Knowledge Power, Singing Bird, Extra Machine (stencil), Airwave (rounded sans), Human Alter Ego (octagonal), Grand Prix, Serat Kayu, Daniel, Greatest Map, Jazz Sound, Amazing Sound, Algorithm (techno), Brother Army (upright connected script), Cannon Ball, Senorita Spain, Billionaire, Most Famous, The Innocent Army, Guitar Electric, Bracelet, Batman, Phenomenon, Arabian Prince, Taring Serigala, Happy Everydays Day, Coffee Time, Revolver (Western style), Space Object, Black Arrow, Candle-Light, Evergreen, Green Tea (foliate typeface), Harley Queen, Masquerade.

Typefaces from 2017: Red Light Special, The Brain, Entrance, Auto Bots, Alive in Science Fiction, Harmonic Vibration, Hydraulics System, Mountain Dew, Flying Bird, Next Century (outlined), Read Book (trilined), Just Do Good, Purpose, Kasih Dan Sayang, Tobacco (scratchy typeface), Baby Superhero, Life in Digital Age, Black Star, Start Revolution, Artistic, Army of Me, Anything Mean Everything, Antariksa, Animaline Dingbats, Android Robot, Amazing Symphony, A Lot of Love, All Around The World, All About Love, The Ugly Font, Switch System, Across The Night, I Am A Robot, Polygon Star, The Creation, Amazing Day Everyday, A Lot of Love, Western Eastern (Far West font), Gangsters, Armored, All Around The World, Great Britain, Chintya Awuy, King and Queen, City of Rain, Sub Urban City, Spicy Paprika, King of Everything, Pondok Ratu Intan, Celestial Love, After Party, Underground 2.

Typefaces from 2018: Age of Science and Technology, Autopilot, Age of Awakening.

Typefaces from 2019: Primitive Heart.

Typefaces from 2020: Thefotosintesis.

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Wilton Foundry
[Robbie de Villiers]

The Wilton Foundry, which started out in Wilton, CT, but is now in Chattanooga, TN), was founded in 2003 by Robbie de Villiers. It published the semi-stencil typeface EM (2018), Brew (2018), Context Regular (2017: a condensed inline typeface), Målestok (an octagonal logo font family), Yotta (2017, a thin monoline sans specially designed for the fashion retail industry), Werk Serif (2017), Clareza (2016, a clean geometric sans), Leuk (2016, a playful sans), Maker (2015, a fresh rectangle-studded techno-display typeface), Saluzzo (2015, a contemporary calligraphic stencil interpretation of Bodoni), Twine (2014, a warm rounded stencil type inspired by the Plantin typeface which in turn is based on Robert Granjon's Gros Cicero of the 16th century), Cielo (2012, a sans family with some contrast), Marcus (2012, a roman type family in the Trajan style), Typetonic (2011, techno), Skript (2011, a stencilish script), Vallassina (2011, like a child's hand), Bellezza (2010), Pagina (2010, humanist sans), Rijk (2010, calligraphic), Saycheez (2009), Chamber (2009, serif face), Ciseaux (2009), Terzo (2009, calligraphic), Werk (2009, 12-style sans family), Velouté (2008, script), Diario (2009, blackboard script), Carnegie Classic (2009, calligraphic), Ziro (2008, almost a comic book font), Suzie Q (2007, hand-printed), Brasserie (2007, connected script), Chateau (2007, calligraphic script), Pointe (2007, a blackboard script), Atto Sans (2007), Santa Cruz (2007, a serifed headline face), Marzipan (2007, a whimsical script), Spark (2007), Fete (2006, formal script), Flax (2006), Portfolio (2005), Cyan (2006, a compact serif typeface reminiscent of Trajan; updated in 2016 as Cyan Neue), Ceres (2009, related to Cyan), Cyan Sans (2006), Petronella (2006, medieval script), Pezzo (2006, calligraphic script), Canette (2006, calligraphic script), Vecta Serif (2005), Vecta (2005, sans family; also published in 2006 as Vecta DT (DTP Types)), Cinnamon (2005, children's handwriting), Cilantro (2005, fun handwriting, and its niece Hanna (2008)), Misspink (2005, stone-age simplicity), Brown Fox (2005, script), Celsius (2005, felt tip face), Plumage (2007, formal high contrast calligraphy), Plato (2005, faded roman caps), Diplomat (2006, calligraphic), Duet (2004, calligraphic; also published in 2006 as Duet DT (DTP Types)), Spark (2005), Anno Rex (2005), Hampton, SCelsius, Gluestick, Duet Bold (2005, calligraphic), Duet-Flourishes (2004), Duet2Deux, Duet-Regular (2005), Nobodi Bodoni (2005), About Face (2004, script), Benjamin (2003, a geometric sans), Paella (2005), Boondoggle (2005, curly face), Monotonose (2004), Password (2004), LoosieGoosie (2004), Pippin (2005, transitional serif), Carnegie (2004, calligraphic), LatextBold (2003), ModusBoldItalic (2003), Nantucket (2004), Nicolas (2005), Oslo (2005, a legible sans family), Sepia (faded look), Belair.

Chatype is a geometric slab serif typeface family designed in 2012 for the city of Chattanooga, TN, by Robbie de Villiers and Jeremy Dooley.

Unio (2012) is a rounded slab family designed to be sturdy and legible.

In 2017, Wilton Foundry published Yotta, Marcus, Chateau, Pagina, Plato, Beurre, Vecta Serif, Cyan Neue, Buckle, Suzie, Unio, Attic Sans, Blau (hand-chiseled, angular text typeface) and Taglio, a contemporary calligraphic interpretation of incised or inline engraving or carving.

Typefaces from 2018: Chartre, EM, Mijne, Brew, De La Croix (a stencil sans inspired by the works of Eugène Delacroix, leader of the Romantic School) , Halla (a light monoline sans).

Typefaces from 2019: Kular (monospaced), Zentral (an awesome 2-style sculptural font with the angularity of old Czech masters such as Preissig and Menhart).

Typefaces from 2020: Obo Regular (a diamond-studded display typeface), Rito (monospaced).

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Wino Sutarmin Kadir

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Without Foundry (or W Foundry; was: Diego Aravena)
[Diego Aravena Silo]

Diego Aravena Silo set up Without Foundry with Felipe Sanzana 2012. In 2016, Diego Aravena joined forces with fellow type designers Patricio Truenos and Bana Arasanz. In 2022, he embarked on studies at the University of Reading. Diego's typefaces:

  • The funky flared typeface family Pirata (2013). Pirata has some interlocking characters.
  • D Sari (2014, Latinotype). This typeface won an award at Tipos Latinos 2014. Diego calls this 22-style rounded sans family neohumanist.
  • Zennat Pro (2014, Latinotype).
  • D Hanna (2014) is a 22-font neohumanist sans typeface family. Followed in 2015 by D Hanna soft. D Hanna is instantly recognizable by its amputated e.
  • Huboost (2014): a tall titling face.
  • Dsert (2014, Latinotype): a 39-weight display sans family that is inspired by the 1970s politically colored design movement, afichismo. Many glyphs are slightly flared.
  • Barranco (2015). Barranco is a 3d layered font family with shadows and inline effect layers.
  • Without Sans (2015, by Felipe Sanzana and Diego Aravena). This large sans family is characterized by a large x-height and rhombic dots.
  • D Blues (2015). A neo-humanist typeface family in 20 styles.
  • Bronto (2015). A rounded sans family with reversed contrast.
  • Biblioteca (2015) by Roberto Osses, Cesar Araya, Patricio Gonzalez and Diego Aravena won an award at Tipos Latinos 2016.
  • Gardenia (2016): a rounded sans typeface family by Salvador Rodriguez Lagos.
  • In 2016, Salvador Rodriguez and Diego Aravena Silo co-designed the geometric sans typeface family Fuse and Fuse V.2, which are characterized by a large x-height and some humanist elements. Salvador Rodriguez and Julia Martines Diana added Fuse V.2 Printed in 2018.
  • Eren and Eren Condensed (2016) is a 32-style slab serif family with a humanistic touch and rounded corners---it was designed by Salvador Rodriguez and programmed by Diego Aravena.
  • Ulises (2017). Designed with Salvador Rodriguez: an eclectic slab serif with some grotesque features.
  • Kappa (2017): A modern sans serif with humanistic and geometric features, co-designed by Salvador Rodriguez and Diego Aravena. Followed in 2017 by the slab version Kappa Vol2 (designed by Salvador Rodriguez).
  • Salvatore (2018). A neogrotesque.
  • Notorious (2018). A brush script.
  • Hermann (2018). By Salvador Rodriguez and Diego Aravena. This wonderful readable garalde will be great for novels.
  • Ryman Gothic (2019, by Diego Aravena Silo and Franco Jonas at W Foundry) is inspired by Edwin Allen's wood types and Morris Fuller Benton's gothics.
  • Gallos (2020, by Diego Aravena Silo and Salvador Rodriguez). A 20-style mix of architype, geometric, gaelic, unicase and uncial. It contains variable styles as well.
  • Supera Gothic (2020). An 18-style geometric sans by Diego Aravena Silo and Salvador Rodriguez. Plus variable fonts.
  • Saes Grotesk (2021). An 18-style grotesk sans by Diego Aravena that comes with two variable fonts. It is based on early 19th century gothics.

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