Calcula is a display typeface that uses smart OpenType features to explore the space between lettering and typeface design, creating maze-like spaces between letters.
New fonts · 17 June 2017
The best design is often one that addresses a very specific need, something both straightforward and personal.
New products, Research · 13 June 2017
Plotter is a massive type family that explores the world of technical drawings and architectural plans
New fonts, New articles · 24 May 2017
Nara Sans is an energetic sans serif version of Typotheque’s Nara family, echoing the original concept of dynamic, upright cursives and slanted italics.
New fonts · 11 April 2017
Diurnal is a sans-serif version of our popular Nocturno typeface.
New fonts · 20 February 2017
Typotheque designs the typeface for Mozilla’s new brand identity.
Announcements · 24 January 2017
Thesaurus is a typeface inspired by the typographic history of the city of Geneva.
New fonts · 23 January 2017
October’s rounded strokes are inherent to the milling technique that inspired it.
New products · 13 December 2016
Francis is a narrow Sans-serif typeface with warm details and dramatic modulation of thick and thin strokes, ideal for creating strong headlines.
New fonts · 10 October 2016
November is a rational, utilitarian typeface inspired by street signage. Unlike most signage types it also handles long texts with ease.
New fonts · 12 September 2016
Fedra Sans supports another two writing scripts, and 280 million more speakers.
New fonts · 5 September 2016
There is nothing better than seeing our fonts in action
Fonts in use · 28 June 2016

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