Marc Lohner   |   Typedesign

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This cheerful font family combines cuteness and fun, making it a great choice for any kid's app, book, toy, packaging, movie, theme park and so much more. Caliny covers more than 200 languages and has some advanced typographic features, like case sensitive forms to offer.

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Fresh & Funny

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While being a hommage to the beloved high-contrast didone typefaces from the 18th and 19th century, Vendura comes up with some unique design details, giving this family a modern twist. It adds a lot of personality to any Editorial Design, Branding Project or User Interface.

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Neoclassic Serif

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Arlon makes it easy to give any brand or advertising a cool & futuristic look. Thanks to its spurless letterforms and some uncommonly shaped letters, this typeface creates a strong visual impact even in small sizes.

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Futuristic Sans

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Let's have some fun! Govia Sans adds plenty of joy to any logo, layout or UI. Geometric shapes and a funny look come together in this font family – thus, Govia Sans might be the perfect choice for toys, books, packaging designs, movie posters and many more.

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Geometric Cartoonish

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Say hello to MonsterPie. This font brings the funny appearance of irregular designed characters together with the classic look of the Didone typefaces from the 18th century – that makes it a good choice for theme parks, movie posters, games, greeting cards and kid's products.

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Funny Didonesque

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Quenda is a small sans-serif family comprising six weights: thin to heavy. Due to its rounded terminals and a slight handwritten look, Quenda has a friendly and warm appearance. Its main purposes are for advertising and branding projects.

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Friendly & Rounded

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Pan Pizza is a spontaniously looking brushfont. It's intended to be used in bars, diners, fast food restaurants and the like. Pan Pizza contains strokes, arrows, ligatures, inferior/superior digits, fractions and kerning values. Having 450 glyphs on board, it covers a wide range of eastern and western european languages.

Pan Pizza is free for commercial and personal use – have fun!

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A beginner's guide

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