A typeface by London, England based “FACTORY” designer Peter Saville, I am not sure if this is actually from him or if someone just took it and recreated it under the influence of New Orders 1981 album “Movement”, but it’s a great face – i especially like the lowercase f’s ascender and angular side, the circular counters and unique stubby semi-serif on the lowercase contrasting the straight sans heavyness of the uppercase. Download Movement TTF.
Tall Films, from Graham Meade of GemFonts (who is also responsible for the earlier posted Easter themed font BUNNY) is a slim, sleek, tall face that has a lot of potential for use in headlines, movie posters, really any display work – legible and with some unique style of its own – it comes in six flavors – Tall, Fine, Oblique, Expanded, Expanded Oblique, and Fine Oblique. Download Tall Films TTF collection.
Peter Wiegel “Cat Fonts!” from Wolgast, Germany brings us this sans-serif TGL 31 034-1, a nice font that looks like a DIN ISO drafting template set of letters – the -1 is regular and -2 is italic version. Nice, clean, modern (to me, it is reminiscent of some emigre faces of the 90s) and easy to read. Download TGL31034-1 and -2 OTFs.
Tuffy, By NY/MA based Thatcher Ulrich is a nice and highly useable sans serif face that is supplied in the typical four styles – regular, bold, italic and bold italic – making it an ideal font to use for text, headlines, anything that needs to be legible. Thatcher has released this font into the public domain and you can download the TTF and OTFs here.
Today we bring you Vegur version 0.601 from Sora Sagano at Dotcolon in Kanazawa City in the Ishikawa Prefecture of Japan. Supplied in four weights – Light, Medium, Regular and Bold – Vegur is an ideal sans serif typeface for text and headline use with a style reminiscent of Albert Boton and Albert Hollensteins’ ITC Eras – simple, understated with a strong personality. Download Vegure OTFs.
DIRTY HEADLINE – A TrueType Font from Austin, TX based game and font designer S. John Ross (a one-man band punching out warm hand-drawn fonts, funky stress-fonts, and oddball fonts) from Cumberland Games & Diversions. What would you expect from a font called Dirty Head? It’s bold, its nice and dirty, full of grunge and ruggedness. Great for headlines that need to be less than clean. Download Dirty Headline TTF.