All Typefolio – 30% off until 5 March
This week we’re rolling out six new fonts: Savanna Script and Serge from Font Bureau, Foro Rounded with free light weight from Hoftype, Rooney Sans from Jan Fromm, Cytia Slab from Mint Type and Number Five from Laura Worthington. Number Five is also on special promotion at 50% off until April 24th.
Promotions continuing this week: Latinotype’s Love Story is being offered at a special intro price of $14, Trend at $19, Schwager at $39, and Lolita at $56 until March 18th. Type-Ø-Tones’s new fonts Arboria, Magasin, and Karol are 30% off until March 31st. Rosetta Type Foundry’s latest, Arek, is 25% until April 5th.
We’ve been pleased to share a wealth of fresh new faces with you this year. Our highly anticipated end-of-year newsletter featuring the Best Type of 2012 is on its way! Make sure you’re subscribed to our newsletter so that this one makes it to your inbox and check out last year’s FontShop’s Best Typefaces of 2011.
But in the meantime, as 2012 draws to a close, we’d like to share some of our favorite faces that have joined the FontShop library this past year:
Check it out! This week we have a nice variety of fresh new faces as well as some great deals we’d like to share with you.
For the month of November, NeubauLaden is offering 50% off on all packages. Over at Hamilton Wood Type, they’re currently offering 20% off all of their products until November 15th. And be sure to check out Hoftype’s Carat Light—it’s FREE! As always, subscribe to our newsletter and read this blog for the full stories. Now for all the latest from the following foundries:
Check it out! This week we have a nice variety of fresh new faces. Be sure to check out the latest deal on Civita Light OT from Hoftype, it’s FREE! As always, subscribe to our newsletter and read this blog for the full stories. Now for all the latest from the following foundries:
Just in this week—all these fresh faces. As always, subscribe to our newsletter and read this blog for the full stories on these. Now for all the latest from the following foundries:
The specific kind of contrast that Epoca Classic accentuates is stroke contrast—the difference in weight between the thick and thin strokes. The greater the difference, the higher the contrast. The more the strokes appear the same weight, as in Epoca, the lower its contrast, or more monolinear it becomes.
Epoca Classic’s heightened contrast adds a touch of sophistication to the design, and relieves a bit of the tension on the horizontals when printed at text sizes. This phenomenon is particularly visible in the heavier italic weights.
These fresh faces just arrived this week. Here’s all our new stuff from the following foundries:
As always, there’s more to come on these, so make sure to subscribe to our newsletter, read this blog, and tell us what you’re thinking in the comments.