The creation of designer Boris Mahovac, Tabita is a fun, freeform display typeface. The whimsical swirls and marks within the characters impart a childlike playfulness.
There are many great glyphs in this typeface that lend themselves to expressive phrasing. The lowercase “q”, is especially animated! The extended glyph set supports Central Europe.
Veranda Poster was derived from a European art supply manufacturer’s logotype done in the Vienna (Wien) Austria style. This distinctive classic style was used by artists such as Julius Klinger and Willy Willrab in the 1920s. Two new faces have been added to the original version - Veranda Poster Small Caps and Veranda Poster Alternates. Here is an extensive collection of capital and small cap alternates plus a wide selection of figures for almost any use.
The contemporary alternate additions have a slightly Russian flavor. The combination of all three styles makes for striking logo and display settings. More…
Rosette Ornaments was inspired by the wide spectrum of ornamental styles produced during the Victorian era.
There is an assortment of 47 ornaments all located under the character set keys.
Tubularis is a geometric disco-style font with tubular lines running concentrically. There are quite a few contextual alternates and ligatures to keep the text flowing smoothly without any unsightly overlaps.