It’s Block Block Blockography, it’s a freeware font (not for commercial use, you know.) Created in 2011 by Måns Grebäck – a great typeface designer and logo artist (from Sweden?) – Blockography is a nice, fun, sketchy bit of fontery with slabby fun block serifs. A bit kiddish maybe, a bit fun, but pretty catchy on a poster perhaps, or something where you want a casual take on a blocky slab face. Download the TTF.
ok, another one from Pablo Impallari.. it’s not a cop-out, it’s just me being lazy and really digging this guys fonts. What’d he say?
Dancing Script is a lively casual script where the letters bounce and change size slightly. Caps are big, and go below the baseline. Dancing Script references popular scripts typefaces from the 50’s. It relates to Murray Hill (Emil Klumpp. 1956) in his weight distribution, and to Mistral (Roger Excoffon. 1953) in his lively bouncing effect. Use it when you want a friendly, informal and spontaneous look. On any place where Arial and Times New Roman looks boring: Invitations, Party Flyers, Happy Birthday Cards… you name it. It’s better to use it at big sizes, together with sans-serif fonts, so the spontaneous effect is enhanced by contrast. Download the TTF!
Rock Salt, a nice face by Squid (aka Dave Cohen) a font designer, sculptor, illustrator and musician. He has executed hundreds of prototypes for the toy, ceramics and gift industries. Tiki mugs designed by Squid are highly prized by collectors of Polynesian Pop culture. Squid’s fonts are published exclusively by Sideshow Foundry. You can see his other musings at squidart.com. Rock Salt is a nice, casual script typeface. In some ways it reminds me of the Simpsons TV show font or maybe Bart writing on the chalkboard or something. Also worth noting is that Rock Salt is part of the Google web fonts, and that’s a good thing (click that link and check out the full character set). Download Rock Salt truetype font. Stay salty.