Tag Archives: G-Type

Buyer’s Guide: G-Type EULA

GYCreated by Nick Cooke in 1999, G-Type foundry creates innovative typefaces that are highly usable. Comprising of families with a useful range of weights and true italics, G-Type fonts work well in both text and display types. Check out Chevin, Houschka, and Sovereign on FontShop.

Here are some highlights from the EULA.

Basic EULA Rights

  • Desktop use supports up to 5 computers.
  • You can create a secured non-editable PDF for non-commercial use.
  • You can convert the font into static images, vector outlines, bitmaps, and graphic files (e.g. eps, gif, jpeg, png, tiff) for use in logos, presentations, documents, and webpages.


  • You cannot share the font with users that do not have a license for the same font.
  • You cannot embed the font into a Website or Application.

See G-Type EULA

If you have additional questions you can always email FontShop’s Support Team for help.

EULA highlights will be posted every other Monday. Next up is Canada Type.

Nick Cooke’s Rollerscript

If you’re the perceptive type, you may already have guessed that the handwritten note reproduced below is not what it seems. Just in from G-TypeNick Cooke’s Rollerscript is the latest in a long line of naturally flowing, casual handwriting types – but since what this one does, it does very well – I thought I should take it out for an extra walk this afternoon.


When searching for a handwriting face that has just the right tone, a thoroughly human option can be difficult to find. Faces that introduce a bit of human variation can convince with one word and fail to persuade with the next; while those that appear too normalized or systematized disclose their origins too readily. Rollerscript seems to have arrived at a good balance by both introducing spontaneity through a complex system of expertly fit character combinations, and by adhering to a relatively regular axis. As you type, Rollerscript’s many alternate forms and ligatures pop into action, changing and swapping out characters to ensure consistent personality, better overall fit, and that identical glyphs never appear too near one another on a line.

Rollerscript comes in two variants, Rough (pictured above) and the more simplified Smooth. The rough texture recreates well the edge left behind from a quickly pulled ball-point pen on inexpensive paper.

New Fonts This Week

Check out our fresh new faces. As always, subscribe to our newsletter and read this blog for the full stories. Be sure to check out the new webfonts now available from Hiba Studio and PsyOps Type Foundry. Now for the latest from the following foundries:




Hiba Studio

HS AlBasim A Web
HS AlBasim B Web
HS Alfaris Web



Mostardesign Studio

Kara Pro Complete


Edward Pro Complete

PsyOps Type Foundry

Armature Neue Complete

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Blitz Complete

New Type Foundry


Parfumerie Script Pro