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James Montalbano created this cuddly face inspired by a sign-lettering manual from the 30s. Esperfonto: Casual/Traditional/Warm/Friendly.

Font Forest

Part of the wonderful Architect's Pack, Glasgow has the feel of Mackintosh, with buth an added, rustic, hand-made twist. Esperfonto: Casual/Traditional/Warm/Friendly. You can now buy these fonts, on-line, from our Store Room. To do so, click here

Gary Munch

Gary Munch's marvelous face is streamlined yet readable. It's friendly, warm and unique in its simplicity. Esperfonto: Casual/Modern/Friendly/Warm.


ITC Humana is wonderful new face by Tim Donaldson that gives typesetting a calligraphic feel. Humana comes in three versions: Serif, Sans and Script. Esperfonto: Casual/Modern/Warm.


Jenson has always been one of the most beauticul classic typefaces (it's the model for Centaur, another gorgeous face). Robert Slimbach's careful revival is a masterful work that's also a technical tour de force. Unlike Centaur (which may actually be more beautiful), Adobe Jenson is designed to work at all sizes. Because it's a Multiple Master font, you can create versions specifically tailored for specific point sizes. You also have precise control over weight. These features make the face much more versatile. Adobe Jenson also comes with small caps, an expert set, alternate set, and swash characters (notice how there are three different kinds of numerals.
Esperfonto: Formal/Traditional/Warm.


Jochen Schuss found inspiration in Ghana for this exotic, decorative face. Esperfonto: Casual/Modern/Cool


Jim Parkenson's Mojo (now who would have thought I'd be talking about someone's Mojo on my site?) is an adaptation of typefaces popular in 1960s poster art from San Francisco (which were, in turn, based on Art Nouveau lettering). Groovy, huh? Esperfonto: Casual/Modern/Fun.


Musica is one in a series of revivals from the famed Photo-Lettering library. PL had a huge range of typefaces in phototype format, and it's good to see some of their faces finding their way into digital form. This face was originally called Bel Canto in 1968. ITC has made some design adjustments to make the face more suitable for digital output, but the delightful flavor of the face remains intact. Esperfonto: Formal/Informal/Modern/Friendly

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