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Grold is a post-geometric typeface consisting of 40 different fonts across 10 weights with both normal and slim options. This unique and modern sans typeface, is well suited for a variety of typographic applications such as headlines and small texts, and even supports multiple languages.
Unique post-geometric sans typeface.
40 different fonts in 1 family.
10 different weights – from Thin to ExtraBold to ExtraBlack.
Normal and Slim options for each font.
Great for various typographic applications like headlines & small text.
A fiery, feisty food brand with a lot to say and even more to serve. Asian starters launched by two sisters in partnership with acclaimed chefs.
Outline’s work for Omsom was inspired by the change produced when forces collide, spark and create something new. Whether it’s an idea or your dinner – the whole becomes more (and different) than the sum of its parts. This cultural point of view, and the heat the founders put behind it, served as the concept for their bright brand identity.
The showpiece of the Omsom launch – the Sampler – featured Larb, Lemongrass BBQ and Sisig starters. The Sampler’s large format allowed us to keep telling the story of the visual brand’s fiery potential by letting the wordmark take over the space, replicating and distorting as it did so. The packaging is an oversized matchbox-style drawer with melting motifs framing the starters inside
They worked on the Editorial Design, Graphic Design and Custom Typeface for the Cover logotype. Editorial design was composed with V&J’S awesome typefaces, Kobe, Voyage, and Dida, and the text was set in Gt Haptik.
Food photography: Peden+Munk Editorial Design: Malou Messien Pictogram Language: Alexandra Tzaneva Photography: Coline Vignaud
We bring you a selection of amazing font deals available for under $15. Our list features modern, clean sans serifs, as well as more playful fonts. Enjoy the full selection with all the links to purchase below.
The Neo Mayhem Font Family is a modern, retro combination of 3 distinct typefaces: Neo Mayhem, Neo Mayhem Alt, and Neo Mayhem Oblique. Mix and match letter pairs to create the perfect product from logos to T-shirt design. Multiple languages and OpenType features offer even more flexibility for you.
Grold is a post-geometric typeface consisting of 40 different fonts across 10 weights with both normal and slim options. This unique and modern sans typeface is well suited for a variety of typographic applications such as headlines and small texts, and even supports multiple languages.
Athena is an elegant typeface of contrast. It offers a modern take on the old didone genre, a careful collaboration between beauty and function. Sporting upper and lower cases and supporting all Latin based languages, this family includes multiple styles, weights and italics for a total of 10 unique fonts.
Ardela Edge is a stylized geometric sans serif family with extreme cuts, sharp angles and interactive ligatures. With multiple weights and italics and outline faces, it’s like getting 66 fonts in one mega family. A perfect choice to create anything from logos to headlines to branding projects.
Make your designs stunning, playful, and fancy with John Mayer – a unique, modern chic font that’s packed with great ligature characters and alternative characters. Flexibility is the name of the game, as you’ll even get multilingual support and an extended license. This font is perfect for everything from editorial design to branding.
PALETTE — viction:ary’s best-selling colour-themed series — has been one of the most sought-after references for designers around the world. In keeping up with the needs of digital-savvy creative practitioners today, the PALETTE mini series was launched at the end of 2019. Each mini edition is a redesigned version of its original with flip-friendly postcard-sized pages for convenience and includes new work for fresh inspiration.
Following the first 4 titles under the series (Black & White, Multicolour, Gold & Silver, Neon), PALETTE mini 05: Pastel contains thoughtful design solutions and visual experiments that inspire with the variety of creative ways that the typically soft and soothing colour range can be featured – whether it is used as a single hue, a palette, or juxtaposed with contrasting tones.
A dumpling bar with a twist, designed to break the mould of stereotypical Asian joints. The brand’s visual language is largely inspired by the Japanese manga found in Shokudos (casual Japanese eateries), with storylines based on a main character Jo and her pet pig, Pork Chop.
The logotype is also inspired by the vertical writing system and characteristic calligraphic quality of traditional Kanji. The contrasting mix of bright, electric colors is used to layer a pop treatment and youthful appeal to the brand. The interior design continues the visual language of a Shokudo, translated into a casual bar with cosy lighting and tongue-in-cheek graphics in various corners. The lights and canvas at the bar counter are both inspired by the intricate folds of dumplings.
Foreign Policy is an award-winning design bureau and think tank of artists, scientists, problem-solvers, polymaths, storytellers and strategists translating today’s ideas into tomorrow’s experiences.
A’ Design Award & Competition is the World’s leading international annual juried competition for design. Entries to the competition are peer-reviewed and anonymously judged by a 218 person influential jury panel of experienced academics, prominent press members and established professionals.
A’ Design Award & Competition promises fame, prestige, publicity and international recognition to all A’ Design Award Winners through the A’ Design Prize which is given to celebrate the awarded designs. A’ Design Prize includes these:
Over the last year, COLLINS has worked closely with Crane’s teams to revitalize their brand, reboot their digital presence, developing a more relevant brand voice as well as enabling new products, artist collaborations, and customization capabilities. Crane is exploring new ways of expressing the depth and design of their timeless, premium-quality 100% cotton products.
COLLINS have committed to the classic Crane blue with a slight update – dialing up its vibrancy while showcasing Crane’s printing and engraving capabilities. The stationery box itself becomes an object of hope, never to be put in a drawer or a closet but proudly displayed on a desk, a shelf, or a coffee table. When displayed in a store and at retail locations, the larger presence of the Crane brand functions as a clear signal of where their quality products can be found.
Looking to add a new font family to your typeface toolbox? Hando is a welcome addition to anyone looking for a highly legible, unique, neo grotesque typeface. The family includes 20 fonts, OpenType features, and is just perfect for headline and text block use! Its curve tensions on the circular letterforms will give a futuristic impression to your projects.
Minimalist lifestyle styled stock photos created with the design conscious creative in mind. Inspired by Mediterranean interiors and featuring natural textures, this collection includes a variety of home office, desk and work scenes, set in a warm neutral colour palette to complement any design.
Created with designers in mind, this collection features lifestyle inspired scenes and mockup images, ideal for sharing your latest creative project on your website or social media. The 20 included mockup images use Photoshop smart layers, so you can customise the images to reflect your brand and business.