Our August 2016 issue of Fontface features Gilroy from Radomir Tinkov, Viva Beautiful from Cultivated Mind, Gerlach Sans from Juraj Chrastina, and Indigo Blue from Nicky Laatz.

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Fontspring: Fontface Newsletter | August 2016


Gilroy is a modern geometric sans, built for optimal viewing on the web and in apps. It has a couple of free weights, so go try it out for yourself!

Radomir Tinkov

$45.00 $180.00

75% off until August 25th


A brush script for the modern age, Viva Beautiful makes illustrations and photographs pop, and works great for any magazine or online setting. Youthful without looking cutesy, Viva Beautiful is a fantastic alternative to modern calligraphy.

Viva Beautiful
Cultivated Mind

$42.00 $60.00

Introductory Offer - 30% off until August 18th


Gerlach Sans by Juraj Chrastina is a grotesque sans that is full of subtle details that shine when blown up to large sizes. It also works as text with its clean lines, so buy it and feel free to use it in everything.

Gerlach Sans
Juraj Chrastina

$124.50 $249.00

Introductory Offer - 50% off until September 13th


Designers are starting to branch out with their hand drawn and script fonts and that couldn’t make us happier. Indigo Blue follows that trend by incorporating brush elements without being a full-on brush script. Just thick enough to make an impression without being too heavy, Indigo Blue fits when you need legibility and style all in one.

Indigo Blue
Nicky Laatz

$10.00 $20.00

Introductory Offer - 50% off until September 2nd

the top deals


Reg $198.00   Now $99.00 until August 18th


Old Harbour

Reg $60.00   Now $30.00 until August 30th


Kylo Sans

Reg $131.96   Now $92.37 until August 20th


Halis Rounded

Reg $160.00   Now $16.00 until August 18th

the notable links


Legible Graffiti

French street artist Mathieu Tremblin has a unique take on graffiti - making it actually readable. His Tag Cloud project involved taking existing graffiti, cataloging it, and re-tagging in a legible and organized way. Super cool and super creative. More here: [1] [2]



The Typography of Star Trek

Yves Peters from FontShop boldly goes where no one has gone before and has put together an exhaustive look at the futuristic fonts featured in Star Trek movies and television shows. Resistance to enojoying this article is futile.



Time Changes Everything

An art installation by DAKU in India relies on light to create an ever changing typographic landscape. The time lapse video of the sun passing overhead is really quite good.

the fine print

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