Topstitch is a font that looks like authentic hand-sewn topstitching.
Most sewing fonts are linear and flat-ended like dashed writing. Topstitch is a non-joining script, just slightly wonky like real handmade embroidery.
Reminiscent of the letter forms of Murray Hill, it has high x-height and large, open loops.
Pleasant Hand is designed as a condensed hand-lettered font. The family is casual and informal and is ideal for use in conveying these qualities.
The Rostrum fonts are a revival and expansion of a type called Oleander, designed in 1938 by Julius Kirn for the Genzsch & Heyse foundry in Hamburg.
Many of the original uppercase letters had some blackletter remnants tacked onto them, so in this digital version they were relegated to the Rostrum Two font, while more contemporary forms were designed for the Rostrum One font. Characters from both fonts are interchangeable via software programs' font menus and glyph palettes in the Postscript and True Type versions, while the OpenType version takes advantage of the Ligatures, Contextual Alternates and Stylistic Alternates features to perform character substitutions. More…
A new gothic; great for books and magazines.