Monthly Archives: May 2012

New Fonts This Week

These just went live on By the way, did you know that you can try any of these fonts in Photoshop with the FontShop plugin?

Letters from Sweden

Trim / Trim Web


Mr Eaves XL Modern Narrow Thin, Light, Book / Regular, Bold, Heavy, Ultra
Mr Eaves XL Sans Narrow Thin, Light, Book
/ Regular, Bold, Heavy, Ultra

Expanded Webfont Offerings at

In recent years, FontShop has been the place to acquire great Web FontFonts, but what about webfonts from other foundries? We’re excited to tell you that in recent weeks we’ve been adding oodles of webfonts to the catalog.

You can now find webfonts from:

You’ll notice a blue “web” icon as you browse the site.

For now only Web FontFonts purchased on FontShop can be used with Typekit. Please stay tuned to this blog for more updates and tools to help you continue to create beautiful websites.

FF Parango

FF Parango by Xavier Dupré

FF Parango is Xavier Dupré’s first take on the French Oldstyle. Swash caps are the default for the italic, though non-swashed caps are accessible as a stylistic set via OpenType.

Our Latest

All these fresh faces are now available on Expect future newsletters and blog posts elaborating, but for now we thought it would be best just to get the word out.




Bodonian Script

FF Beowolf & FF BeoSans

FF Beowolf & FF BeoSans by Erik van Blokland, Just van Rossum

Beowolf began as randomfont, a face whose contours changed at random with the aid of PostScript hacks. Seen together here with its serifless companion BeoSans, the two allow the designer to select the desired level of distortion to the glyph outlines. Make sure contextual alternates are turned on via the OpenType panel in order to experience the face at its full technical potential. FF Beowolf is part of the MoMA’s permanent collection of digital types within its Architecture and Design Collection.