Fontface, the Fontspring Font Review, has published yet another four brand new typefaces in their May 2019 issue. Add them to your typeface collection while they’re hot!
Designed by Natanael Gama, Point Soft looks as comforting as a freshly-fluffed pillow. This friendly rounded geometric 22 font family is easy to read and easy to love. Ndiscover has made a huggable family that never feels childish or cutesy.
Introductory offer with a 80% discount until May 11, 2019.
Breton makes ideal use of space and rhythm with its chunky slab serif look and narrow footprint. Letterforms like the lowercase r and lowercase f are cropped tightly and naturally so they feel complete. Published by Latinotype, this 20 font family is modern, readable, and full of personality.
Introductory offer with a 80% discount until May 08, 2019.
Zetafonts created a love letter to Futura with this wholesome and understated family. Designed by Francesco Canovaro, Cosimo Pancini and Andrea Tartarelli, Klein is a hefty helping of 54 clean fonts, designed to be your go-to legible sans in any variation.
Introductory offer with a 85% discount until May 19, 2019.
Baseball fonts can often look kitchy when used without caution, but Fenotype has switched things up with a game-changing collection. The aptly-titled Leftfield comes with clean and rough styles, swashes, and a complementary sans. It’s a modern tasteful take on a classic brush script that covers all the bases.
Introductory offer with a 65% discount until May 23, 2019.
All above listed fonts come with a Worry-Free license and can be purchased as a desktop and web font. Fontspring are also offering licenses for ebooks and applications.