Kamber is a playful and approachable, neo-grotesque sans-serif with a handful of humanist flourishes. Subtle convex terminals and a curved structure create it’s friendly personality and bouncy rhythm. If you’re looking for a warm typeface that’s affable without straying into cliché, then Kamber is your new best friend – like the labrador of typefaces.
Holden is a typeface family designed in 2018 for Zetafonts by Cosimo Lorenzo Pancini with Andrea Tartarelli as a research in texture and extreme weight range. Its curvy shapes, inspired by pointed brush aesthetics, are developed in six different weights, from the lightly contrasted thin to the fluid and rhythmic fat.
Fibra One looks like a “soft” version of the Fibra font, but it is actually more than that—the second part of its name suggests that it is a reinterpretation of the original typeface. While this new version maintains the overall structure of Fibra and influence of the Avant Garde font, its shapes are different from […]