Neal Fletcher has four free fonts that are free to download which are: Elega, Bino, Dalle and Decani.
Download fonts via Neal Fletcher
Found via http://laymanslayout.wordpress.com
The Big Book of Font Combinations is/was a steal at the usual price of $24.95, but at only $11 through MightyDeals you would be a little daft not to purchase this right.
So if mixing type is a frequent occurrence for you then this book will be an invaluable source of ideas and inspirations for further font matching.
Purchase via http://www.mightydeals.com
Hmmm. Not sure people are quite getting the concept… Check out the gallery for some genuine attempts.
Source http://particip-a-type.co.cc Found http://slanted.de
Looks like Pablo has sneaked in a new version of the awfully cool and popular Lobster font. Lobster Two is not currently listed on Pablo’s website but you can download it for free direct from Font Squirrel.
You get 4 font styles: Regular and Bold, Roman and Italic.
I hope Pablo gets round to creating a home page for Lobster Two as it was the original Lobster home page that really caught my attention.
Really diggin this new font by YouWorkForThem. The contrast between the outer straights and the inner curves really look cool.
Solid and dependable typeface by Mostardesign Studios; you can purchase 3 weights: Light, Regular and Bold for only $74.90. I like this a lot.
Source http://mostardesign-store.com Found http://typographyserved.com
Found this article after trying to find the names of fonts used in certain brand logos for my new pet project Brand Reversioning. Reckon should get Sam to update this and add some new ones.
A condensed uppercase slab-serif by Neal Fletcher, available for free download via the source link below.
Source http://nealfletcher.co.uk Found http://typegoodness.com
Using ligatures via family of open-type fonts from TY Type you can easily create pie charts and bar graphs in-line.
Source http://tktype.com Found http://underconsideration.com
Arabic open-source font initiative by @Gue3bara and @Ganzeer is launched.
Source http://shashafont.com \ Suggested by Ahmed Naguib
Always fascinated by recent attempts to design and create arabic typefaces, it really must be a challenge. Can’t say I know what makes a good one or a bad one; good to see more and more arabic fonts being designed.
Very cool run down of the 8-bit font era by Damien Guard, covering the following home consoles:
- Apple ][
- Atari 400/800
- Acorn BBC Micro
- Sinclair Spectrum
- Commodore 64
- Amstrad CPC
Source Link Damieng.com \ Found via @Fontsruct & @Fontscom
You can also get your hands on a free version of Supria Sans Regular only until 28th February.
Source Link hvdfonts.com \ Found on Slanted.de
TypeFaith also have a few other free fonts, just check on their main website for details. All come with flexible licences and can be used commercially.
Source Link Typefaithfonts.nl \ Found on Typographyserved.com
Nice font, shame it has a limiting ‘non-commercial’ use licence attached. Never understand this ‘non-commercial’ aspect with fonts.
Here’s a post I put together on that thought : The unlogic behind free but non-commerical use fonts
Source Link http://artill.de/
A gorgeous new font from the creators of The Lobster Font, not free but for $28, you can’t go wrong.
Source Link http://www.impallari.com
Serious efforts are being made to get more typeface choices on the web to enhance web typography. Still, most of us prefer web-safe fonts like: Verdana, Georgia, Times New Roman andArial. Though choices are limited, yet the number can be increased by exploring other pre-installed fonts.
Source Link http://www.awayback.com/revised-font-stack/