Although originally conceived as a magazine face – with strong serifs and open character shapes for good legibility in small sizes, and compact letter forms optimized for narrow columns and tight headlines – Marat evolved into a comprehensive family for general use.
This specific construction and the round forms of the letters create a elegant, soft and friendly appearance. The typeface suits for a wide range of typography, e.g. editorial, brochures, packaging and corporate design. In particular in bold weights it works surprisingly well, which is not always the case with serif faces.
Marat includes oldstyle and lining figures (both proportional and tabular), a wide range of language support and various OpenType features (e.g. ligatures, case sensitive forms, fractions, superiors and inferiors). It is the perfect companion for Marat Sans, clean and lively sans serif typeface.
Marat has been selected by the Type Directors Club of New York to receive the Certificate of Excellence in Type Design 2008.
Novecento Slab is the “slab serif” companion of Novecento Sans, a font family inspired on european typographic tendencies between the second half of 19th century and first half of the 20th.
This font face is designed to be used mostly for headlines, visual identities or short sentences, both in big and small sizes.
Novecento Slab family comes in 32 styles, speaks 76 latin based languages, has 590 glyphs and 16 stylistic opentype features for advanced typography.
Stay Gold Script is a highly usable, powerful typeface. Perfect for everything from food packaging to wedding invitations, sports team logos to magazine headings. Use it however you see fit. Just one thing – it’s not designed for all-caps settings. buy license here: http://crtv.mk/cMyg
Molle is a distinctive looking bottom heavy display script inspired by lettering seen on an Italian poster.
A versatile display font that combines classic proportions with modern styling. The precise letter fit makes it perfect for use across signage, book jackets, packaging, posters and t-shirts. Details include an extended European character set, manually edited kerning and Euro symbol.
Equip, a new versatile geometric sans face in 16 styles, designed on a geometric base. Low contrasted lines and a sturdy ductus give it a strong appearance. It looks open, generous and unsentimental. A large selection of weights and many useful OpenType features allow an easy adjustment for a wide range of applications, in print and on the web.
Equip is very well suited for ambitious typography.
The Equip family comes in OpenType format with extended language support. All weights contain semi-ligatures (design optimized single characters), proportional lining figures, tabular lining figures, proportional old style figures, lining old style figures, matching currency symbols, fraction- and scientific numerals and arrows. Continue reading