Quesadilla is a fun display typeface with a Latin American feel.
Great for menus, children’s books, and scrapbooking, it would make a nice logo for a Mexican restaurant.
It’s available in four flavors: regular, inline, shadow and dropshadow. The different styles are metrically similar so they can be layered up in different colors with some pretty crazy results.
Ladoga — one of the most beautiful Russian designs from the soviet period. The type family was developed in Polygraphmash in 1968 by Anatoly Shchukin on the base of his own lettering for book covers and titles. It was one of the first attempts in Cyrillic typography to create text face in a style of renaissance antiqua. Stylization to broad pen calligraphy resembles early forms of Latin types that were based on handwritten humanistic minuscule. Unique in its character set digital version of Ladoga was designed by Viktor Kharik on the base of artworks of Shchukin for ParaType.
The family consists of roman and italic styles in text and display versions. More…
Designed for a role-playing scenario, this font uses Egyptian hieroglyphs closely relating to characters in the English alphabet as its starting point. It’s fun to use and has many extra hieroglyphs taken from monumental carvings.
Sensomelia is a delicate and sensitive font with an authentic handwritten look.
It’s clean, smooth and right in the eye!