Top 10 Best New Fonts For September 2014
1. Eurostile Round Font Family
Eurostile, created in 1962 by Aldo Novarese for the Nebbiolo type foundry, is one of the most popular sans serif fonts of all, and has been for about 50 years.
2. Ortodoxa Font Family
‘Orthodox’ means following or conforming to the traditional or generally accepted rules or beliefs of a practice. That is the same principle of Ortodoxa, a typeface that holds to the tradition of sans-serif without the aim of innovation but rather seeks for a fresh look at conventional letterforms.
3. Belvedere Font Family
Belvedere is an Italian word that translates as ‘beautiful outlook’ and describes a pavillion or summer house on high ground with commanding views.
4. Manifold CF font family
Manifold is a sans-serif family built for legibility and a utilitarian style. A versatile typeface inspired by the cold precision of a classic computer terminal, softened by modern sensibilities.
5. DejavuTF Font Family
DejavuTF, designed by Ethanissweet, is an experimental, sans-serif display font based on simple geometric shapes with 3 weight plus outline.
6. Sandman Font – Fill and Outline
A handmade sans serif font. Two versions – Fill and Outline. Perfect for overlaying on photos…or really any project wanting a handcrafted feel. Inspired by, and created whilst listening to vintage tunes – such as “Mr. Sandman” by the Chordettes – hence the name.
7. Grandesa Typeface
This font is OpenType features with Stylistic Alternates and Contextual Alternate in some characters that allows you to mix and match pairs of letters to fit your design.
8. Pipeburn Typeface
This font have some alternative styles, so you can make the style you need. Pipeburn Typeface suitable for vintage design, posters, brand name, labels and etc.
9. Abraham Typeface
Abraham is a gothic font, Inspired by the European Handwriting. You can use Abraham Font in any setting; name on certificate, vintage poster, film title, typography job, etc.
10. TD HotHouse Font
Hothouse was designed in 2001 for The Glasgow School of Art and is still in use as their corporate typeface today. It is recognizably inspired by Charles R. Mackintosh’s (1868–1928) explorations in the field of letterforms, renown architect of The Glasgow school of Art.