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Rune — ᚱᚢᚾᛖ
Runic stav «Financial breakthrough» Author I.S. Bindrune «Knight Med Flagga». Author Mylene Maelinhon What is «Bind rune»? Bindrune «Opening the channel of creativity» Bindrune for obtaining material welfare. Author Vidana Kostromina Bind runes Bindrune ᛉᚱᛉ — Safe Travel Protection Bindrune «Sun». author St
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yesterday by lllDOi
Public Sans Font Free by U.S. Web Design System | Font Squirrel
fontsquirrel's page about Public Sans has comparison overlay with Libre Franklin
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yesterday by piperh
Variable fonts’ past, present and future, according to Dalton Maag
Variable fonts’ past, present and future, according to Dalton Maag

The type foundry’s creative director Bianca Berning explains where type's most exciting innovation came from, how it's made, who its key players are, and where the medium might go next.
typography  variable-fonts  fonts  article  trends  Inspiration 
yesterday by gwippich
Glyphs | Create – Produce – Release | Font Editing for Everyone
Make everything from dingbat webfonts to full-fledged text typefaces in the most Mac-like font editor
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yesterday by haikara
Neue Haas Unica™ | Monotype
Lost no more. For 2015, Monotype’s Toshi Omagari has given this classic a fresh, digital lease of life, with a full set of weights, an extended range of glyphs and multi-language support.
typefaces  type-foundries  monotype  unica  fonts  haas  helvetica  team'77 
yesterday by haikara
Berthe – ABYME
Berthe, drawn by Charles Mazé, is designed after another typeface called Série no. 16, whose first cuts were produced at the end of the 19th century by Deberny & Peignot. It was engraved by Constant and Auguste Aubert under the direction of Charles Tuleu, the adoptive son of Alexandre Deberny. As part of a set of caractères ordinaires (identified by numbers rather than names), Série no. 16 quickly became a popular choice among printers and found its way into many editions of classic and popular texts – a continuous, although quiet, almost invisible, presence in French printing during the twentieth century, until its disappearance which coincided with the end of the practice of printing with metal type.
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yesterday by haikara

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