Monday, March 14, 2011

New Fonts Available at YWFT [Yummy Fresh grain feed!]

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ywft herzog


YWFT Herzog / Designed by Travis Stearns


Our friends at YouWorkForThem have updated their shop with some tasty new fonts.


Originally drawn in 2008 by Travis Stearns of YouWorkForThem, we revisited the Herzog drawings in 2011 and developed them into a fully functional opentype font release. YWFT Herzog comes with two style options (regular and alternate), with each style containing opentype stylistic alternates for upper case and lower case characters.



sevigne st


Sevigne ST / Designed by Reserves


Sevigne ST is a highly refined, contemporary geometric sans, inspired by the ambience of high-end fashion and luxury. Subtle, considered details are found within individual letters, contrasted by the complex, intersecting forms that make up the various ligatures. With multiple stylistic sets added to the expanded ligatures, individual letters and ligature pairs can be carefully exchanged to fine-tune text settings for a unique custom type solution.


tenshu


Tenshu / Designed by Radomir Savov Tinkov


Tenshu comes in OpenType format, and also covers Cyrillic language.


thickset


Thickset / Designed by Joshua Grzybowski


Designed as a display font, Thickset is a solid slab-serif with thin counters that makes it ideal for publications like fashion and editorial magazines. But don’t get me wrong, she’s more than willing to give anything a try. Just as long as you respect her in the morning. In addition to ligatures and fractions, Thickset’s other OpenType features include old style numbers and small caps.


thickset


Idiom / Designed by Reserves


Idiom is an extra-condensed, tightly spaced display face with congruent forms exuding a strong sense of rhythm and elevation. The basic stenciled geometric shapes are reminiscent of the decorative style found with P22 Albers and Futura Black.


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New Fonts Available at YWFT Part 1

Travis Stearns

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