Govia Sans, a funny family in two weights
Let's have some fun! Govia Sans adds plenty of joy to any logo, layout or UI. Geometric shapes and a funny look come together in this font family – thus, Govia Sans might be the perfect choice for toys, books, packaging designs, movie posters and many more.
Although the fonts' comic character shines through in every glyph, it keeps a surprising degree of legibility even in small sizes. Choose between a Medium and a Bold weight. Designed by Marc Lohner, Govia Sans speaks more than 200 languages. Funny ligatures, arrows, old style figures and many more features will fulfill all your typographic needs.
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Arlon, a futuristic Sans in nine weights
Having generously rounded angles and terminals, Arlon also spreads warmth and friendliness. To sum up, Arlon communicates an affinity for technology – in a friendly way. The family contains a really wide span from thin to black and has many Opentype features to offer, making it a versatile font.
From Afrikaans via romanized Chinese through to Zulu: Arlon comes with 631 glyphs per font, covering more than 200 languages. Designed by Marc Lohner in 2018.
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MonsterPie, a funny Didone Displayfont
Say hello to MonsterPie. This font brings the funny appearance of irregular designed characters together with the classic look of the Didone typefaces from the 18th century – that makes it a good choice for theme parks, movie posters, games, greeting cards and kid's products.
A large database and plenty of alternate characters work in the contextual alternates feature to keep your headlines bouncing all the time. Other implemented Opentype features are case sensitive forms, ligatures, arbitrary fractions and many more. On top, MonsterPie has a set of nice arrows, two different ampersands and extensive support for south-eastern, central and western european languages, as well as for Pīnyīn to offer.
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Quenda, a friendly Sans in six weights
Quenda is a small sans-serif family comprising six weights: thin to heavy. Due to its rounded terminals and a slight handwritten look, Quenda has a friendly and warm appearance. Its main purposes are for advertising and branding projects.
You will find lots of ligatures and a total of 593 glyphs in each style. With extensive language support, lining-, old-style- and tabular-figures, a slashed zero, self-building fractions, superscript and subscript digits, a set of arrows as well as thousands of kerning pairs, Quenda is ready to contribute to your next design project.
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Pan Pizza is a free brushfont – have fun!
Pan Pizza is a spontaniously looking brushfont. It's intended to be used in bars, diners, fast food restaurants and the like. Pan Pizza contains strokes, arrows, ligatures, inferior/superior digits, fractions and kerning values. Having 450 glyphs on board, it covers a wide range of eastern and western european languages.
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Hi, I am Marc – a typedesigner based in Koblenz, Germany. My journey into type started back in the year 2012 when I drew some iconsets. In order to create a visible unity across a set, icons need to share basic values like thickness, angles and dimensions – exactly like letters within an alphabet. As I was passionate about type ever since, the obvious next step was to draw some letters. After a few attempts, I created my first completed font „Pan Pizza”. What an amazing feeling! Since then, I never got tired to develop new font-ideas and bring them to live.
What else to say? When I'm not designing, I enjoy listening to a variety of music styles, doing some sports, travelling or spending time in forests.