Our May 2016 issue of Fontspring Five highlights five foundries that are new to Fontspring: Emigre, Joshua Mauldin, Type Department, JC Design Studio, and Great Lakes Lettering.

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Fontspring: Fontspring Five Newsletter | May 2016

This month we're highlighting five foundries that are new to Fontspring. Some of them are brand new to fonts themselves and some of them have been churning out hits for years, but they all make great additions to the ever-growing Fontspring library.

Emigre

Emigre
Mrs Eaves, Vista Sans, Mr Eaves, and 71 more families

Emigre is a new foundry to us, but not new to the font world at all. Founded in 1984, Emigre has been making digital typefaces just about as long as digital typefaces have existed. Known for popular fonts like Mrs Eaves and Vista Sans, among many others, Emigre makes a perfect addition to the Fontspring catalog.

Joshua Mauldin

Joshua Mauldin
Uptown Sans

A newcomer to the font world, Joshua Mauldin joins Fontspring with just one font, Uptown Sans. It’s a great specimen as a first font though, and we’re excited to see what he comes up with next!

Type Department

Type Department
Lemon Sans and Serif

We’re always recommending good sans and serif pairings and no one understands that importance more than Type Department. Their first two fonts are Lemon Sans and Lemon Serif, beautiful fonts in their own right, but even more beautiful when paired together. Can’t wait to see what they come up with next! P.S. Our name recommendation involves grapefruit.

Type Department

Type Department
Monrad

We’re always recommending good sans and serif pairings and no one understands that importance more than Type Department. Their first two fonts are Lemon Sans and Lemon Serif, beautiful fonts in their own right, but even more beautiful when paired together. Can’t wait to see what they come up with next! P.S. Our name recommendation involves grapefruit.

Type Department

Type Department
Asterism, Velvet Hammer, Frosted, and 10 more families.

We’re always recommending good sans and serif pairings and no one understands that importance more than Type Department. Their first two fonts are Lemon Sans and Lemon Serif, beautiful fonts in their own right, but even more beautiful when paired together. Can’t wait to see what they come up with next! P.S. Our name recommendation involves grapefruit.

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