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Fontface, the Fontspring Font Review, has introduced four spirited new typefaces in their October 2021 issue. Say hello to the new Flexible Variable, Letteria Pro, Mauren and LaFarge font families.
Art Grootfontein has quickly become one of our favorite foundries to watch. This surprising sans has a wide range of squash and stretch, along with a variable option. Check out above video to see how it looks in animation.
Introductory offer with a 50% discount until October 17, 2021.
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More than just a good ol’ fashioned sign painter script, Letteria Pro is a trio that will feel right at home in your typographic toolbelt. The retro script comes with plenty of swashes and ligatures for customized lettering options. To balance things out, Latinotype also includes an industrial serif and slab.
Introductory offer with a 60% discount until November 07, 2021.
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Nasir Udin’s Mauren family has an impressive amount of versatility. The lighter weights offer a smooth read within paragraphs, and the bolder weights look great in larger headlines. The calligraphic italics are also particularly gorgeous.
Introductory offer with a 50% discount until November 30, 2021.
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Typetanic takes its time with new font families, but they’re all top quality and LaFarge is no exception. This elegant serif family was inspired by early-20th century mosaic signs in the New York City subway.
Introductory offer with a 50% discount until November 05, 2021.
All the fonts listed above come with a Worry-Free license and can be purchased as a desktop and web font. Fontspring are also offering licenses for ebooks and applications.
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