Tag Archives: Emigre

New Fonts This Week

New Fonts
Cardea by Emigre
Cardea by Emigre
Newslab by Latinotype

Newslab by Latinotype

Adorn by Laura Worthington

Adorn by Laura Worthington
Adorn by Laura Worthington
Adorn by Laura Worthington

Sherlock by Wiescher
Sherlock by Wiescher

Continuing Promotions

Business Penmanship by Sudtipos – 30% off until 22 May

Consuelo by Latinotype50% off until 28 May

Karol Sans by Type-Ø-Tones20% off until 31 May

Jugo Script by Sudtipos30% off until 6 Jun

DSari by Latinotype75% off until 12 Jun

Newslab Family by Latinotype75% off until 19 Jun

Adorn single weights by Laura Worthtington50% off until 19 Jun

Sherlock in OT and Web by Wiescher50% off until 19 Jun

Brando by Bold Monday30% off until 15 Aug

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Buyer’s Guide: Emigre EULA

EFounded by Zuzana Licko and Rudy VanderLans, Emigre is a digital type foundry and publisher of the design journal Emigre magazine. Based in Northern California, Emigre was there, in the eye of the storm, when the Macintosh computer was first introduced in 1984. As part of a small group of believers, Emigre used the restrictions of low resolution output to create inventive new typeface designs and layouts. Here are some EULA Highlights you’ll want to keep in mind if when you’re licensing Mrs Eaves, Solex and/or any of their other wonderful fonts.

Basic EULA Rights

  • Desktop use supports up to 5 devices at 1 location.
  • You may extend your license to support more devices and additional locations.


  • You cannot share the font with users that do not have a license for the same fonts.
  • You cannot embed the font on websites, flash, or within applications without additional licensing.
  • You cannot distribute the font files outside of the licensed location without additional licensing.

See Emigre EULA

If you have additional questions you can always email FontShop’s Support Team for help.

EULA highlights will be posted every other Monday. Next up is exljbris.

New Fonts This Week

We are overflowing with new fonts this week! Our latest releases include FF Dora & FF Signa Slab from FontFont, Orlando from FilmotypeHerman Mono from Geen Bitter, HS Alwafa from Hiba Studio, Espuma (50% off until June 14) from Mint Type, Mic 32 Stencil from Moretype, Griffy, Rochester, Skranji, and Seaweed Script from Neapolitan, Orenga & Pona Display from Tipografies, and Nexstar from Wiescher. Emigre is also introducing a character extension to Alda.

Heimat Stencil and Heimat Mono from Atlas are $90 until May 26. Relato by Emtype is 30% off until May 31st. Abdo Egypt and Abdo Joody from Abdo Fonts continues to be 30% off until June 2nd. Latinotype’s recent extension, Trend Hand Made, is $19 until June 12.

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FF Dora » Webfonts Available

FF Signa Slab » Webfonts Available



Alda CE



Geen Bitter

Herman Mono

Hiba Studio

HS Alwafa  » Webfonts Available

Mint Type



Mic 32 Stencil  » Webfonts Available




Seaweed Script




Pona Display


Nexstar  » Webfonts Available

New Fonts This Week

Today we bring you new fonts Heirloom Artcraft from Baseline Fonts, Program from Emigre, and Poster, Blok & Blak from Type-Ø-Tones. We also have a brand-new font vendor this week! FontShop welcomes Urtext Music Fonts and their latest designs, Abdelazer, Brumaire, Clementi, Goldilind, Kapellmeister & Kapellmeister II.

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Baseline Fonts

Heirloom Artcraft
 » Webfonts Available




Blok & Blak
» Webfonts Available


Urtext Music Fonts


Hot New Fonts!

hotnewfontsbadgeJust when you thought it couldn’t get any better, we’ve got hot new fonts this week that are sure to be memorable. We are excited to bring you FF Angst and FF ScratchedOut from FontFont, and Template Gothic and Dogma Outline from Emigre. These versatile fonts have all been optimized for Windows 95 and are sure to make any project a standout!

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FF Angst
aprilfools_scratched out
FF ScratchedOut »CD-ROM Available


Template Gothic
Dogma Outline

Staff Picks: June ’11

Summer is almost here and instead of hitting the books and taking exams, our staff  studied the gems in the FontShop archives to find this month’s Staff Picks. Here’s a sampling of our June selections:

Refrigerator Deluxe

Aaron’s June pick is Refrigerator Deluxe by Mark Simonson. The beginnings of this design date all the way back to 1988, inspired by vague memories of block-style lettering from Mark’s youth. As time went on, additional styles and alternate glyphs were added, leading to its Deluxe release in 2008. While the basic block-style lettering remains by default, Refrigerator Deluxe can transform into a stylized Art Deco face, both with squared and open shapes, with the flick of an OpenType feature. This User Guide gives a great overview of the available glyphs and features, and how to access them in various applications.

Download Refrigerator PDF Specimen (152 KB) and User Guide (41 KB).

FF Sanuk

One of my own picks for this month, Xavier Dupré‘s FF Sanuk is deceptively buoyant: its squared veneer gives way to a calligraphic flare. Take the lowercase ‘k’, for example — the foot tails off in a friendly way that you might not expect upon first glance. FF Sanuk has perfect form and character for the web, and was recently released as a Web FontFont.

Download FF Sanuk PDF Specimen (545 KB).

Blockhead Alphabet

Theresa chose a blast from the past: Blockhead Alphabet, a classic display face from John Hersey and Emigre. One of my earliest lettering memories as a child is the pride and sense of accomplishment I felt when I discovered how to make letters look three-dimensional. (Of course, this meant that every time a class project required a poster or some other visualization, I had an extra task.) Blockhead Alphabet is reminiscent of that childhood discovery, right down to the details of imperfection.