Vandella typeface is a hand-inked, 'semi-script' font with tight kerning, and a fun, imperfect baseline. It's nice and bold, plus a little gritty - Perfect for creating organic, fluid typography on products, branding, invitations, fliers, posters, and wedding invitation, and more. this font multiple language support, the choice of useful ligatures and more.
Coco FY is a vintage script font reminding of storefronts sign paintings, and other hand-lettered street signs. With its high contrasts and its condensed forms, Coco FY will give an original retro style to your designs. This font will certainly find its pleasure on posters, packaging and branding.
Coco FY was co-created by Bertrand Reguron & Gia Tran on fontyou.com, the first collaborative type foundry.
Cornish is a Sweet Bold Typeface. It was designed as a display typeface that contains 300 glyphs in total and 131 alternative characters to improve your design. You can use it as a logo, badge, insignia, packaging, headline, poster, t-shirt/apparel, greeting card, and wedding invitation. The flowing characters are ideal to make an attractive messages, mix and match Cornish with a bunch of alternative characters to fit your project.
Shania Script is a modern calligraphy script, free flowing and moving baseline. It has a casual, yet elegant touch. Can be used for various purposes.such as logos, wedding invitation, heading, t-shirt, letterhead, signage, lable, news, posters, badges etc.
Unthrift, a high quality script typeface, was created by Måns Grebäck in 2015. It comes in two versions, First and Second, each with a different set of letters. Unthrift is built with large and vivid brush strokes, and inspired by '90s handwriting. An alternate alphabet, end letter alphabet, initializing letter alphabet and swash letter alphabet are some of the features. There are also contextual alternates and a lot of ligatures. All these features combined makes for a very fluid and realistic writing, and thousands of possibilities for customization.
The Effra font family has its roots in one of the earliest sans-serif designs commercially available, Caslon Junior, from 1816. Our design is updated for contemporary use, and has been expanded to our Standard character set. While it is not strictly a font intended for setting body copy, the resulting family does function well at text sizes. Effra can be effortlessly applied to a wide range of messages and media, from advertising to book design. Its five weights satisfy the need for flexibility, creating harmonious variations of texture and emphasis.