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Remissis Font Download

Remissis was designed by Ray Larabie and published by Typodermic. Remissis contains 14 styles and family package options.   Remissis is a semi-casual sans-serif typeface available in 7 weights and italics. In OpenType savvy applications, you can access lining old-style numerals. Remissis was designed for high-resolution display and print. There…

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Misty Font Download

Misty was designed by Valery Zaveryaev and published by Gaslight. Misty contains 4 styles and family package options.   Misty – a two weight wild west style serif with numerous alternatives, swashes and irregular alternatives for numerous characters in SC style. Interchanging regular characters with alternatives and vice versa, it…

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YWFT Basel Font Download

YWFT Basel was published by YouWorkForThem. YWFT Basel contains 2 styles and family package options.   YWFT Basel is a heavy sans-serif font that began as a revival of the metal type Spartan Black, an American copy of Futura developed in 1936. The final release of YWFT Basel ultimately took…

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Kraaken FY Font Download

Kraaken FY is a new ultra black script perfect for posters, logotypes, headlines and every other punchy design. The loops of the ductus have been exagerated to give this font originality and robustness. To get its final heavily & regulary look, Kraaken FY has been grown up in many little…

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Selektor Slab Font Download

Selektor Slab was designed by Dusan Jelesijevic and published by Tour De Force. Selektor Slab contains 6 styles and family package options.   Selektor Slab is small font family created as logical extending of the Selektor font family. Inspired and after that designed with the charm of technical letters, it…

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NoPain Font Download

NoPain was designed by Robert Schenk and published by Ingrimayne Type. NoPain contains 4 styles and family package options.   The letters of NoPain went to a party and had a bit too much to drink. The four NoPain typefaces, regular and bold of NoPainRight and NoPainLeft, were formed by…

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