Prices vary but the quality standard is very consistent. We’ve tried our best to select minimal fonts this time but it was hard not to include some more detailed types as well:
Distorted Fashion is a free font, uppercase only. Designed for magazine display use.
Cyntho Pro is a modern geometric sans with eight weights varying from Thin to Black and featuring Cyrillic and Greek scripts.
A carefully drawn geometric typeface. Exacting angles are combined with smooth corner details to form a clean, legible font with a modern appearance.
It’s still cool and regular with some irregularities but much skinnier than his older brother DHD Cool Regular. It has much more glyphs too!
Hairline fonts are very clean, shining, elegant and even luxurious. They look great in fashion magazines, in the expansive world of beauty and glory.
A geometric sans serif typeface influenced by Bauhaus and the early modernist era. Precise circles are optically adjusted to create a clear, natural typeface with great legibility.
This Quebec vernacular typography was used for the logo of the Swing brewery. The shapes of the letters were inspired by Native American petroglyphs considering many Quebecois identity symbols are borrowed from Native American culture.
This font, based on Baskerville Italic, is inspired by the elegance, the secrets stories and all the glamour around John F. Kennedy and his personnal life.
Modula Mono is a monospaced display font based on simple geometric modules, Designed for titling, identity and editorial use. Caps only, plus number set, symbols and punctuation.