Grzegorz Luk is the Polish type designer also known as Gluk. He has created a lot of wonderful typefaces all with nice design features and large character sets – Many have become very popular online and in print. Foglighten no. 7 is part of a much larger collection of elegant high contrast serif faces that would work well as a display type for fancy invitations (weddings, etc) or a headline for stores about elegant things. Keep an eye out for Gluk fonts, some really nice type work. Download the Foglighten no. 7 OTF fonts here.
Cardo from Fonts for Scholars in Rye, New York is a large Unicode font specifically designed for the needs of classicists, Biblical scholars, medievalists, and linguists. Since it may be used to prepare materials for publication, it also contains features that are required for high-quality typography, such as ligatures, text figures (also known as old style numerals), true small capitals and a variety of punctuation and space characters. It may also be used to document and discuss the features of Unicode that are applicable to the these disciplines, as we work to help colleagues understand the value (and limitations) of Unicode.
This font is my version of a typeface cut for the Renaissance printer Aldus Manutius and first used to print Pietro Bembo’s book De Aetna. This font has been revived in modern times under several names (Bembo, Aetna, Aldine 401). I chose it mainly because it is a classic book face, suitable for scholarship, and also because it is easier to get various diacritics sized and positioned for legibility with this design than with some others. I added a set of Greek characters designed to harmonize well on the page with the Roman letters as well as many other characters useful to scholars. The Hebrew characters are designed to match those used in the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia as closely as possible and so have no claim to originality. Download Cardo 99 TTF.