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Volume by Cubo Fonts
Volume is a 3D font, with interlocked characters, inspired by vintage wooden block capitals! Superimposed weights bring light and shadow on the structure and allows many coloured combinations.
Core Bandi by S-Core
Core Bandi is a grunge 3D font supported by equivalent ‘flat’ styles named Core Bandi Face. This typeface is very cute and has rhythmic flow line, but not distracted. And you can easily make various color combination with CoreBandi & CoreBandi Face. Its really hard to find doodled 3D Korean(Hangul) fonts even in Korea because Hangul has as many as 11,172 characters.
Burford by Kimmy Design
Burford Pro package comes with all 18 layering fonts including 5 base layers, 3 top layers, 5 bottom layers and 2 sets of graphic elements. They are strategically made to build on top of each other, creating a cohesive and easy to use layer-based family. Each font also comes with a set of Stylistic Alternatives for letters A C E F G H P Q R.
Frontage by Juri Zaech
Frontage is a charming layered type system with endless design possibilities using different combinations of fonts and colors. Achieve a realistic 3D effect by adding the shadow font or just use the capital letters of the regular and bold cut for stark artwork.
The typeface’s design is based on a simple grid, which creates the friendly, handcrafted look of facade signs. It is generously spaced for maximum impact of your message.
Bron by Jeremia Adatte
Bron is based on Zelek, designed in the 70s by Polish type designer Bronis?aw Zelek. This typeface was originally made for dry transfer lettering sheets. It has been drawn following the principles of impossible geometry and is derived from simple geometric forms (perfect circles, triangles and squares). It has been carefully redrawn and updated and is now available for contemporary technology and design.
CA Spy Royal by Cape-Arcona
Spy Royal is a junctionless script typeface and comes in 6 styles. It’s a hybrid between script and so called streamline fonts. The origins are based on an advertising by Japan Airlines, dated around 1954, offering flights to San Francisco, Honolulu and Okinawa in the new DC-6B “Pacific Courier” airplane. Only the letters for the words “JAPAN AIR LINES” were used, so that the creative part was to reimagine a full font out of just a handful of uppercase letters.
Cuba by Design is Culture
The inspiration for Cuba comes from a sign for the restaurant “La Flor de Cuba” on Bergenline Avenue in Union City, New Jersey. Its blocky, dimensional forms are reminiscent of letterforms seen in signs throughout Latin America from, Colombia, to Mexico, to Spain, to Union City. Its quirky forms are meant to evoke a sense of hand painted signage.
Meshuggeneh by Hanoded
Meshuggeneh means ‘crazy fool’ in Yiddish. The typeface before you is kind of crazy as well: it is 3D, twisted, with light and shadows in all directions.
Paper Cube by Pisto Casero
Paper Cube font family contains letterforms with straight horizontal and vertical lines contained in a square. What started out as an experiment became a 3d outlined display family of 3 weights, each one of them gaining depth and articulating into planes.