Top 10 Best New Fonts For May 2016
1. Greycliff CF Font
Rugged, hearty, and warm, Greycliff CF is a versatile font family. Strong capitals and a smooth, open lowercase are effective in a variety of applications. The geometric, near-monoline construction lends Greycliff a classic durability reminiscent of the 1940s, tempered by softened edges and vibrant shapes.
2. Cool Britannia – Typeface
Cool Britannia – A fun type set that you can’t help but smile at.
3. Black & White Font Duo
Black and white script is a hand brushed font created with a brush and ink, bold and irregular baseline. Contains a complete set of lowercase, uppercase, alternates, ligatures, punctuation, numbers, and multilingual support.
4. Clarkson Script Font
Characters included more than 550+, check the display no 3. Also comes with lots of alternate characters lowercase and uppercase, ligatures, setting up for easy use on the initial and terminal forms. It will be great for Logotypes, Posters, Digital Lettering Arts, Clean design, Branding Design, Sign, etc.
5. North Land Typeface
North Land Typeface is a handlettering vintage font inspired by handmade lettering and typography. The font have smooth edges to simulate vintage printing, so it will bring a handdrawn classic look feel.
6. Garden Grown Font Duo
Garden Grown is a lovely font duo by Cindy Kinash. This new font family includes a caps and script. The script comes with alternates and ligatures. Try Garden Grown for book covers, stationery, marketing, magazines and film.
7. Bellissimo Typeface
Say, Ciao to Bellissimo! A trendy, hand-brushed font, designed with branding in mind. Bellissimo looks gorgeous on logos, websites, invitations, greeting cards, magazines, business cards, packaging and more!
8. The Southamton Handpainted Typeface
The Southamton is a handpainted typeface with a customible style, it’s perfect for latterhead, vintage apparel design, headline, logotype, poster, card, and etc.
9. Rawson & Stove Typefaces
A two typeface collection mirroring the vintage aesthetic of early 1900 advertisements. These two hand drawn fonts, Rawson & Stove go hand in hand to create logos, branding, ad’s, signage and more!
10. Rainier Font
The concept behind Rainier may be simple – a hand crafter font family – but what it delivers is quite complex!