The „sloppy“ version of the sans serif Absolut
Sometimes, it may be more suitable to use a font with a less clean effect instead...
This font saves more space
than any of its kind.
In practice, there are always situations in which as much information
as possible has to be positioned in as little space as possible.
The ingoFont Éco Sans is made for exactly this purpose...
An individual handwriting is becoming a font for Mac and PC
This font has been developed exclusively for SAZ Services and their client Heinz-Sielmann-Stiftung. Coming from a few samples...
Inspired by a rusty piece of metal, a coarse but decorative font was created
Fonts can be so simple. And for free!
The ball point pen script is now even more individual
The fascinating Biró Script: even more ligatures
+ alternates for each letter
+ tabular figures
A Roman typeface with emphasized triangular serifs
A font like this one could have been designed in 18th century France. Type of Baroque style was already common then and dominated the appearance of printed matter…
An unconventional classicistic Roman typeface
This Roman typeface has a livelier effect than is typical of the epoch of classicistic style. In the lower case letters, an echo of the smoother forms of historically early scripts is identifiable…
Customized handwriting done in pencil
Conté Script is a computer font but has the extraordinary look of handwriting. The model for Conté Script is my personal everyday handwriting written on normal paper using an extra soft-lead pencil. This font is obviously not another “Schönschrift…”
A humanistic sans serif
The first version of this font was created in 1994 within the framework of the bid placed by the city of Graz to become the location for the Winter Olympics in 2006. The proportions of Charpentier Sans are directly derived from Roman capitals and the humanistic book-face…