New Fonts: Progreso and Calypso I Heavy

We’ve had an abundance of new fonts recently, most of which you have likely seen in our bi-weekly newsletter. Here are a couple of new ones you may have missed:

Progreso by CastleType

Jason Castle was inspired by 1920s Russian lettering when designing the condensed unicase Progreso. Fittingly, it contains Cyrillic language support, in addition to Western, Central European, and Greek.

Calypso I Heavy by Typolar

Jarno Lukkarila‘s Calypso I Heavy has Italian aesthetic origins (hence the “I”), its heavy decorative letters somewhat reminiscent (to me, at least) of Western All’Italiana poster lettering. Calypso I Heavy is based on Lukkarila’s extensive Egyptian Grotesque family, Calypso E.

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