Design Cuts has just launched The Definitive Font Selection; it includes 20 font families that will have a huge impact on your upcoming design projects! If you were to buy each font separately it would cost you a whopping $2142 but you can purchase the entire selection for just $29 saving you 99%!
As designers, we don’t want our fonts to be lost in the background, we want them to stand out, grab the viewer’s eye and elevate our design work! That’s why today we’re thrilled to bring you 20 best-selling font families. These world-class fonts are perfect for everything from large-scale branding projects to everyday design work.Here’s why you’ll love this selection:
- Every font in this bundle is a showstopper.
- This collection brings you ultimate quality and variety for your projects.
- Use your new fonts with confidence, under our extended license.
Here’s a look at the incredible fonts in this collection:
Harbor Type – Malva Basic
Malva was designed to perform as a branding element, providing a clean look for visual identities and publications. It brings a touch of friendliness to the communication without compromising the professional look every brand strives for.
The family consists of 8 fonts: Light, Regular, Bold and Black with matching italics. Each font contains 424 glyphs, supporting 219 languages.
Lettersoup – Quasimoda
Quasimoda is the “almost fashionable” sans serif family with 11 weights and matching italics. It combines fashionable geometric forms with old-fashioned classical proportions. Berlin-based Botio Nikoltchev (Lettersoup) designed Quasimoda so that the lighter weights give off a fresh, modern feel, the middle weights provide excellent readability and elegance for longer texts, while the boldest weights introduce a slightly antiquated flair.
Paulo Goode – Pseudonym
Pseudonym is a low-contrast, subtly-flared serif available in four weights across three styles in both roman and italic. I wanted to create a typeface that had incisive flared serifs combined with the strength and solidity of modern grotesque faces. The result is Pseudonym, which I feel has great presence, style, and legibility.
Fenotype – Cosmopolitan
Cosmopolitan is a monoline font family with script and sans versions that both work great together or alone. It comes with five weights and “printed” versions. For extra swashes, swirls and pictograms there is Cosmopolitan Extras.
IIham Herry – The Hipton
A new layered font family called The Hipton. Inspired from single strokes of gothic letters from signed paintings and made it layered. This is a collection of styles with a layered type system and many possible combinations and options.
Here’s another look at some of the awesome resources included in The Definitive Font Selection: