The November 2016 issue of Fontface features Sagona from Rene Bieder, Damita from Genesislab, and Quasimoda from Lettersoup.

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Fontspring: Fontface Newsletter | November 2016
Sagona Poster
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Sagona Sample Text

Featured in our latest deals newsletter, Sagona is too good not to mention again. A warm and inviting slab serif with big and imposing serifs, it makes an equally impressive design centerpiece as it does a text that blends in. This is a stellar effort from Rene Bieder, and best of all, you can try the book weight for free!

Rene Bieder

$49.75 $199.00

Introductory Offer - 75% off until November 17th

Damita Poster
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Damita Sample Text

Damita is a modern calligraphy font that blurs the line between the typically very thin pen scripts, and the thick chunky brush scripts. The result is a versatile, clean, and usable font that finds a perfect place between stuffy and overly-casual.



Quasimoda Poster
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Quasimoda Sample Text

Quasimoda, like it’s name implies, is a mixed font with a lot of variation between weights. Designed so that the lighter weights are more modern, the middle weights are highly legible, and the thick weights are more vintage in nature. Combine all of this and you have a very versatile package.


$26.98 $179.90

Introductory Offer - 85% off until December 15th

the top deals

Centrale Sans Pro

Reg $399.00   Now $79.99 until December 1st

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Reg $69.00   Now $34.50 until November 28th

Wink Poster Wink Poster 2


Reg $70.00   Now $45.50 until November 26th

Gastromond Poster Gastromond Poster 2

Lucky Fellas

Reg $20.00   Now $10.00 until November 17th

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the notable links
Tiny Hand

Tiny Hand

Are you interested in writing like Donald Trump? Honestly, how could you answer no to a question like that? BuzzFeed designer Mark Davis (@markfonts) has crafted a font based off the Republican presidential nominee’s handwriting. It’s the best font you’ll ever see. The best. If you don’t agree you’re a total loser.

“Whose Font Is It, Anyway?”

“Whose Font Is It, Anyway?”

Our good friend Christopher Slye, Business Manager at Adobe Type & Typekit, spoke earlier this month at San Francisco Public Library about the intricacies of licensing and using fonts. We think there’s a lot that can be learned from his in-depth presentation.

Creating a Readable Web

Creating a Readable Web

Award winning blogger Kevin Marks comments on one of his design pet peeves, the fad of designing web pages and apps with minimal text contrast. Long story short, you may think your website is trendy, but you’re just making it harder to read for those on smaller screens or with aging eyes. Keep all your visitors in mind and design sites with legible text.

the fine print

Masthead set in Balboa & Tenez, body set in Questa Slab & Tenso

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