Top 10 Best New Fonts For April 2016
1. The Handlettered Fontbox
Introducing The Carefully Curated Hand-Lettered Fontbox– with bonuses! ! A fontastic set of carefully-paired, handcrafted fonts, designed to work together in harmony to create awesome hand-lettered typographic designs. As a supersweet bonus you get Twelve Free Premade Logo Templates AND 180 freshly added Illustrations.
2. Hanley Font Collection
Hanley Font Collection from District 62 is a group of fonts that consists of 7 font files and 2 extras files that work extremely well together for an authentic vintage look with a modern vibe.
3. The Whiskey Font Collection
The Whiskey Font Collection is a type pairing of “Wheat” & “Barley”. These two typefaces were literally made for eachother. They work together to give you that perfect vintage label you’ve been designing. These are perfect for Logos, Advertising, Apparel Design, Labels, Signage, Etc.
4. The Hipton Layered Font Family
Introducing new layered font family it’s call the Hipton. Inspired from single stroke gothic letter of sign painting and make it layered. This is collection of type with a layered type system, many possibilities combination and options. As a display typeface Hipton is suitable for headlines, logotypes, signs, posters, greeting card, letterhead, t-shirt, and many more.
5. Foxglow Font
Meet Foxglow… a fun, handwritten font with swashes and extras. Foxglow has a sweet, handwritten vibe and would be a great fit for a variety of projects.
6. Heavenfield wedding font duo
There are several alternates so you don’t have to use the heart dotting the ‘i’ but it does emphasise romance in your designs which are to do with love, weddings, valentines, births, and logo designs.
7. Overall Font
Inspired from vintage flyer, Overall perpect for vintage apparel design, headline, logotype, woven label, and poster.
8. Mystery Tour Display Font
Mystery Tour is a americana-inspired, layered display face that comes with a bonus sans serif. Change the colours in the click of a button!
9. Roves Family Font
Roves is a font family dedicated to exploration, adventure and the early merchants of history. The word rove means “a journey, especially one with no specific destination; an act of wandering”. the family consists of three Stencil versions each with a Regular and Bold weight as well as two Sans versions each also with a regular and bold weight, this is a total of 10 different options to work with.
10. Roselowe Typeface
Give your designs an authentic brush handcrafted feel. “Roselowe Typeface” is perfectly suited to branding, signature, stationery, logos and much more.