Galano Classic Font by Rene Bieder

Galano Classic from Rene Bieder is the latest in a series of releases inspired by the classic grotesques of the early twentieth century. Designed as a companion to Bieder’s Galano Grotesque family, Galano Classic is informed by the geometric faces of the early twentieth century. But instead of attempting another reinterpretation of the geometric genre, this subfamily prefers to linger in the past, flirting with modernist proportions, and sporting details such as the long stretched leg of uppercase ‘R’ and the traditionally shaped lowercase ‘g’. Many of Galano Grotesque’s characters were redesigned from the ground up for the Classic variety; it also has more alternative characters, ligatures and OpenType features. With ten weights with matching italics, each containing 555 glyphs, Galano Classic is an ambitious subfamily; while it was planned to be the display version of Galano Grotesque, it also works perfectly well in small sizes and long text passages. Y’all know I love to share a font sale and this one is big! Galano Classic is 80% off until February 15 so grab it now!

Galano Classic Font Samples

Lulo Clean Font by Yellow Design Studio

I’ve featured a few fonts from this studio in the past and they’ve done it again! Lulo Clean from Yellow Design Studio is the non-distressed version of the original textured Lulo family. It’s friendly, retro, and amazingly 3-dimensional. Endless effects can be created by adding different colors to each of the five stackable layers. Like the original Lulo, the Clean version is all-caps and includes regular and bold weights and extensive language support. Lulo Clean One and One Bold can double as companions for the distressed Lulo, to be used when texts are longer and smaller. There’s no discount on Lulo right now, but don’t be blinded by percentages: at full price it’s a bargain anyway, go grab it!

Lulo Clean Font Samples

The Most Popular Fonts of 2014

Before I start sharing some new favorite fonts this year, I though it would be fun to show y’all the most popular fonts of 2014 (according to MyFonts). I have already featured a few of them here over the past year as some of my personal favorites. Did you have a favorite font in 2014?

Popular Fonts and Specimens

Brandon Printed

Brandon Printed font sample

Glober

Glober font sample

Quickpen

Quickpen font sample

Campton

Campton font sample

Adorn

Adorn font sample

Selfie

Selfie font sample

Microbrew

Microbrew font sample

Showcase

Showcase font sample

Choplin

Choplin font sample

Nexa Rust

Nexa Rust font sample

The Carpenter

The Carpenter font sample

Texta

Texta font sample

True North

True North font sample

Brix Sans

Brix Sans font sample

Eveleth

Eveleth font sample

P.S. Check out the most popular fonts from 2013!

Nexa Rust Font by Fontfabric

I love a good, thick, script font, don’t you? What’s even better is that Nexa Rust from Fontfabric Type Foundry is SO versatile and has SO many variations. It’s multifaceted font system consisting of sub-families of sans, slab, script, handmade AND extras. Each of these sub-families contains a number of font weights which have a characteristic warm, rough look. Nexa Rust is a rough version of the already popular Nexa and Nexa Slab families with added new matching Nexa Script and Nexa Handmade fonts. Along with all of this, you will also discover added groups of extras which could serve as a foundation or add that extra “cherry on the top” to your designs.

Nexa Rust Font by Fontfabric

Some other current font favorites are Adorn (a modern and sometimes quirky script perfect for invitations) and Harman (includes seven fonts and their inline forms that have different styles from each other but at the same time compatible when used together).

 

 

Selfie Font by Lian Types

Selfie: it’s the word of the year. Never were so many silly self portraits taken and posted across the globe as in 2014. So what about Maximiliano Sproviero’s typeface named after this crazy phenomenon? Was it called Selfie because there’s something narcissistic about it? Maybe just because it is such a perfectly eclectic product of its time. That sums it up pretty well: geometric construction combined with neon tube lines, penstroke connections and abundant swashes. Based on vintage signage scripts as seen in Buenos Aires’ Galerías, Selfie combines vintage charm with digital versatility. Check out the rugged Printed version for that popular letterpress look, and the attractive construction set of banners in Selfie Flags. And y’all know I like to share a good font deal – Selfie is 25% off until November 18th, so if you like it, grab it now!

Selfie Font by Lian Types

 Type samples from MyFonts.com. Affiliate links used.

Garden Font by Los Andes

It’s been a while since I shared a favorite font but I want to get back into it so today I’m sharing a font designed by Mendoza Vergara, from the Los Andes foundry. Garden is a serif display handmade font with a playful and spontaneous feel inspired by Brazil’s cheerful and warm people. The Garden family offers a font with a set of original catchwords (‘Garden Catchwords’, based on brush calligraphy), floral dingbats and botanical ornaments. It’s well-suited for text composition, posters, headlines, label design and handmade-style items. Garden has a special 60% off introductory offer right now through September 25, so if you like it, grab it now!

Garden Font by Los Andes

 

Type samples from MyFonts.com. Affiliate links used.