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1. Myriad Pro

Myriad Pro font download

Myriad® was designed in 1992 by Robert Slimbach, Carol Twombly, and the design staff at Adobe Systems. It's a humanist sans serif typeface, meaning that the forms are primarily based on classic romans, much like conventional or classic serifed fonts but without the serifs. Details »

2. Univers Cyrillic

Univers Cyrillic font download

Univers is one of the greatest typographic achievements of the second half of the 20th century. It has the advantage of having a variety of cuts which even combined give an impression of steadiness and homogeneity. Details »

3. Trade Gothic

Trade Gothic font download

The first cuts of Trade Gothic were designed by Jackson Burke in 1948. It displays no unifying form structure but this dissonance within the family is today part of the trend toward types which are, or seem to be, hand worked. Details »

4. Helvetica Cyrillic

Helvetica Cyrillic font download

The Helvetica (Latin for Swiss) has the objective and functional style which was associated with Swiss typography in the 1950s and 1960s. The font is perfect for international correspondence: no ornament, no emotion, just clear presentation of information. Details »

5. ITC Berkeley Old Style

ITC Berkeley Old Style font download

ITC Berkeley Old Style is based on a typeface designed by Frederic W. Goudy in 1938 called University of California Old Style. Details »

6. Basic Commercial

Basic Commercial font download

Basic Commercial font is based on the design for Akzidenz Grotesk, which appeared with Berthold in 1900, designed by type designers whose names have not been recorded, but whose skill cannot be overlooked. This typeface has been popular among groups and movements so diverse as the Bauhaus, Dadaism, and the masters of Swiss typography. Details »

7. New Aster

New Aster font download

This book and newspaper font was designed by Francesco Simoncini in 1958. After the Second World War brought type design to a standstill, the years of reconstruction meant a reconsideration of old values in the typographical world as well as in Europe in general. Details »

8. Eurostile

Eurostile font download

Eurostile is one of the most important creations of the Italian font designer Aldo Novarese. The font reflects the Zeitgeist of the 1950s and 1960s, giving text a dynamic, modern feel. Details »

9. Linotype Textra

Linotype Textra font download

Linotype Textra™ is a clever twist on the sans serif genre, designed by Jochen Schuss and Jörg Herz in 2002. Schuss says this about Linotype Textra: "Two in one! The same Linotype Textra, which is so neutral and practical for long text passages turns into an eye-catching headline type when used in larger point sizes. Details »

10. Zapfino

Zapfino font download

Today's digital font technology has allowed renowned type designer Hermann Zapf to realise a dream he first had more than fifty years ago: to create a fully calligraphic typeface. Zapf began work on Zapfino began in 1993, in technical collaboration with David Siegel and Gino Lee, who were responsible for the initial digitisation. Details »

11. ITC Quay Sans

ITC Quay Sans font download

London-based designer David Quay designed ITC Quay Sans in 1990. One of the precursors to the long run of functionalist European sans serif faces that has been a dominating force in type design since the 1990s, ITC Quay sans is based on the proportions of 19th Century Grotesk faces. Details »

12. Fairfield

Fairfield font download

Rudolph Ruzicka designed his font Fairfield as a legible text font. His philosophy: "The reader expects optical assistance with reading. Details »

13. ITC Blair

ITC Blair font download

The small caps typeface ITC Blair was designed by Jim Spiece in 1997. The basic forms are very much like those of the sans serif typefaces from the beginning of the 20th century. Details »

14. Norma

Norma font download

Norma was my second sans serif. You can find a few details in common with Dialog, but the graphic impression of Norma is totally different. Details »

15. New Century Schoolbook Cyrillic

New Century Schoolbook Cyrillic font download

Under the commission of the American "Century Magazine", Linn Boyd Benton designed a new text typeface in 1894 with a design typical of the Neorenaissance movement in typography. Morris Fuller Benton produced various interpretations of this font for American Typefounders and the companies Linotype, Intertype and Monotype quickly took up the typeface. Details »

16. Simoncini Garamond

Simoncini Garamond font download

Opinion varies regarding the role of Claude Garamond (ca. 1480-1561) in the development of the Old Face font Garamond. Details »

17. Frankfurter

Frankfurter font download

Frankfurter is the work of designer Alan Meeks. The most distinctive feature of this informal, sans serif typeface is its curved or rounded terminals. Details »

18. Granjon

Granjon font download

The design for Granjon was produced at the English branch of Linotype under the direction of George William Jones and appeared in 1928. This reproduction of a Garamond typeface was based on the typeface sample of the Frankfurt font foundry Egenolff from the year 1592 . Details »

19. ITC Lubalin Graph

ITC Lubalin Graph font download

Lubalin Graph was designed by Herb Lubalin. It is a slab serif font which retains a geometric appearance and the large x-height of the Avant Garde Gothic on which its design was based. Details »

20. Lithos

Lithos font download

Old Greek inscriptions were Carol Twombly's inspiration when she created Lithos, which appeared with Adobe in 1990. The alphabet is composed exclusively of capital letters, which can also be used as initials combined with other fonts, such as Caslon. Details »

21. Woodstock

Woodstock font download

Woodstock is a round, heavy, lovable serif display typeface. Just as music brought many together in the spirit of love during the 1960s and the Woodstock music festival, this face brings a smile to the eye of the beholder. Details »

22. Italia

Italia font download

Italia is the work of Colin Brignall, a refreshingly different serif typeface. At first glance, Italia might seem comparable to any other square serif typeface, but it has a distinctive pattern all its own. Details »

23. ITC Fenice by Adobe

ITC Fenice by Adobe font download

ITC Fenice (pronounced fe-nee-chay) is the work of designer Aldo Noverese and was influenced by the traditional designs of Didot, Bodoni, and Ibarra. It displays the fine serifs of a Bodoni but blends such characteristics with a contemporary structural style. Details »

24. ITC Stone Informal by Adobe

ITC Stone Informal by Adobe font download

Sumner Stone worked together with Bob Ishi of Adobe to create the Stone family fonts, which appeared in 1987. Coincidentally, ishi is the Japanese word for stone, which precluded any squabbling about whose name the font would carry. Details »

25. Morocco

Morocco font download

Morocco is a round, curvaceous font from Swiss designer Michael Parson. Many of the letterforms in Morocco are inspired by the Modern Greek alphabet. Details »