Decorative ingoFonts

Striking, concise, but perhaps not quite so legible… Fonts with that extra something —
they impress, they’re singular, unique, extraordinary, special…

ingoFont Amhara


An experiment: a ”latin“ alphabet modelled on the ethiopian Ge’ez script

ingoFont Anatole France

Anatole France

Semi-bold, decorative poster type in the style of Art Deco; in conformity with a script pattern ca. 1920/30, Karl Schäffer

ingoFont Banknote 1948

Banknote 1948

As the name implies,
a font inspired by
a bill’s inscription…

ingoFont Behrens-Schrift


Peter Behrens’ renowned art nouveau type from 1902 — with ornaments.
Newly revised and neatly digitalized

ingoFont Boule


Everything is round
about this font.

ingoFont Countries of Europe

Countries of Europe

All of Europe
in one font

ingoFont DeDisplay


A type designed in a grid,
like on display panels

ingoFont DeFonte


Variation of ”Helvetica“
according to the ”blur“ principle

ingoFont DéFormé


Deconstructive variation
of ”Clarendon“

ingoFont Dékó


Geometric decorative initials
for combining

ingoFont DeKunst


Deconstructive font, suitable only for initials; two variations for each letter; a game of positive and negative effects

ingoFont DePixel


Apple’s renowned system font ”Geneva“ in the bit map representation, but as a PostScript font

ingoFont Façade


Handwritten decorative font
with brush characteristics

ingoFont Fixogum


A font from a tube; very decorative; makes you think of graffiti;
written freely with a tube of ”Fixogum.“

ingoFont Fundstueck


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

ingoFont Guhly


A very constructive modern sans serif; perfect for display and advertisment

ingoFont Hero


A type of ”handwriting“ discovered by chance, extremely abstract

ingoFont Maier's Nr.8

Maier’s Nr. 8

Very geometrical ”font for technicians“
with characteristics of Art Nouveau,
originally from ca. 1900

ingoFont Maier's Nr.21

Maier’s Nr. 21

Geometrical sketched ”script for technicians“ from ca. 1900

ingoFont Menschenalphabet

Menschenalphabet Peter Flötner

Peter Flötner’s figurative alphabet from 1534

ingoFont TobyFont


Playful handwriting of a child