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2022 the August Sans font family

Sans serif and lively

August Sans is a variable font now.
And it supports Eastern European languages,
Greek, Cyrillic and Vietnamese.
Additional features and lively forms
bring a little more vitality into typography…    more


2021 the Wendelin font family

Wendelin has grown…

It’s the first variable font by ingoFonts: the Wendelin now covers a wide range of weights – from Thin to ExtraBold. In addition many extras such as small caps, several kinds of numerals, arrows…    more


2020 the Josef font family

Update: more Josef

The modern sans serif has been extended.
Now it contains four more weights plus additional
OpenType features, e.g. small caps…   more


2019 Boule  - a decorative round font family

Geometric, bold and round

Everything is round about this font.

Geometrically constructed fonts do not necessarily have to be pointed and angular; It also works consistently around.


2019 the DeFonte font family

DeFonte is now DeFonte Plus

More glyphs, more ligatures, Unicode Latin Extended for more language support

The playful, decorative DeFonte finally is developed for all requirements.


2018 BD Lettering - the Comic script font

The Comic-Script by ingoFonts…

…is a computer font, but closely resembles genuine handwriting.

In Belgium and France comics are referred to as ”Bande Desinée“, in short ”Bédé“ or even shorter BD.


2016 Absolut Sketch - the sloppy version of Absolut

Absolut Sketch

The ”sloppy“ version of the sans serif Absolut

Sometimes, it may be more suitable to use a font with a less clean effect instead…   more


Fundstueck font

Fundstueck

Inspired by a rusty piece of metal, a coarse but decorative font was created

Fonts can be so simple. And for free!   more


Auxerre Serif font family

Auxerre

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…   more


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