A Graf version of Times New Roman “from the streets”? Sounds good to me – looks damn fine too, thanks to the guys at DOCS – Doing Only Crooked S*it Valencia (SP) and Leeds (UK). The font does have some pretty complex splattering funkyness going on, so on slower/older systems it may not work so well. Download TTF.
Hetilica Bold is the work of Diego Quintana from Chile that was completed as a final project for a workshop class in college. It is based on the hand-written license signs used at some of the liquor stores in the province of Cartagena, Chile; a small beach-side town and would be great to use on a poster or ad where you want to make a bold statement. Download Hetilica Bold TTF.
Fruity Drink is a fun quirky TTF font from Robot Johnny (John Martz), a cartoonist and illustrator living in Ottawa, Ontario. “Any relation of this font and its name to the type found on the labels of a particular cherry-flavoured soft drink is not only coincidental it’s also undeniable.” Download Fruity Drink TTF.
Using a combo of motion capture and a stunt-driven Toyota iQ (a car not available in North America – may show up as a Scion in 2011?), Pierre and Damien, two dutch designers have created a car-drawn font – a slick and unique approach to advertising the new micro-machine. Check out the video and then Download IQ Font OTF.