Fontspring: Step Into September With Four Marvelous New Typefaces

Fontface, the Fontspring Font Review, has introduced four marvelous new typefaces in their September 2021 issue. Say hello to the new Bunker, Skate, Jetlab, and Milanesa Serif font families.


Layers & Variants

Here’s a fun one! Bunker is a chunky layered slab with raw handmade charm. 3D, inline, and dot layers will give you plenty of options for charming combinations.

There is no introductory offer available. At a price of $19 for the entire font family however, it’s a real bargain!

Check Out The Bunker Font Family »

Milanesa Serif

Milanesa Serif
Product Design

It’s no surprise that Sudtipos has once again topped Fontspring’s list with a unique serif family. Milanesa’s expressive flares and high contrast range from subtle to exuberant in seven different weights. A variable font is included as well for even more range.

Introductory offer with a 75% discount until September 05, 2021.

Check Out The Milanesa Serif Font Family »


Product Design
Script & Sans

This elegant retro set by DearType will make your head turn. With classic swashes, stylish ligatures and a complementary sans, this little family will go a long way.

Introductory offer with a 75% discount until October 05, 2021.

Check Out The Skate Font Family »


Font Control

Jetlab by Swell Type is the ultimate retrofuturistic typeface. This massive lineup consists of 45 fonts plus a variable weight, so you’ll be well-equipped for any intergalactic planetary journey.

Introductory offer with a 50% discount until September 13, 2021.

Check Out The Jetlab Font Family »

Except Milanesa Serif, 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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