Milafleur presents the second member in the series of pictorial fonts with calligraphic miniatures by Lyudmila Mikhailova. The first font of the series, Milanette, was released one month earlier. Milafleur contains more than 60 pictures -- mostly flowers which define the origin of its name. In contrast to Milanette the pictures in Milafleur are less abstract and thus can be used as small illustrations in greeting texts, postcards, intimate notes, diaries and even in Christmas cards because some of the pictures show strobiles instead of flowers and coniferous branches instead of leaves.
Released by ParaType in 2011.
Majidah is an attempt to replicate the look and feel of an ancient script taken from the pages of an antique document. It has a Middle Eastern feel to it, but could be used for a wide range of applications.
Majidah includes a number of OpenType features, including alternatates, ligatures and old style figures, and includes accents for wide range of languages.
Ornata B is the second of a series of old ornaments that I am trying to save from oblivion.
I am not just scanning these, I am completely redesigning the ornaments from scratch, thereby eliminating imperfections.
These ornaments have been first designed by the Elzevier printer family from the Netherlands. The designs date back til the 17th century and I think they just had to be saved. More…
Your digitizing type-designing savior, Gert Wiescher
Quanta is the stencil to beat all stencils!
It is the loud bullhorn, the boot camp superior, the final word, the tight team spirit, the rubber stamp that takes a chunk out of the paper. Its letters are big and strong, and its impact is unavoidable.
The Quanta set is made up of two fonts, East and West, comprised of interchangeable characters. Based on yet another undigitized type spotted on a film set prop by Patrick Griffin, Quanta’s functionality is quite versatile, and its application is quite flexible. Quanta can be either cool and minimal, subtle and transparent, or dark and heavy. More…
Its strength and uniqueness can shape the loud definition of military-style designs, emphasize the hum of your party’s engine, direct the attention to the technical and mechanical nature of future worlds, or simply add a rugged statement to a piece of clothing or equipment.
This set of fonts contains a very expanded character set that includes full support for Central, Eastern and Western European languages, as well as Baltic, Turkish, Esperanto, Greek, Cyrillic and Vietnamese.
PPost Mortem is a creepy comic book font family that comes with six fonts!
An all uppercase set (with Opentype autoligatures) in Regular, Italic and Bold, and a lowercase set with Regular, Italic and Bold!
Perfect for that little ghoul in all of us.