New on Typekit: Lust Script, Clavo, Sharik Sans, & Adriane Text

Spring is on the way, and if you’re in mind to check out some fresh typefaces in your next projects, here are a few we’ve added or updated recently that might encourage a bit of spring cleaning.

Lust Script type specimen
Lust Script

From Positype, Lust Script starts with the bold calligraphic strokes from Lust and adds a flourish that makes this decorative display font extraordinarily memorable without feeling overdone.

Clavo type specimen
Clavo Extralight Italic and Medium

Clavo is a truly stylish new addition from Dada Studio, and we’re delighted to offer it in 16 different weights. The serif marks look especially charismatic in lighter weights, while the bolder options feel a bit tidier—though still solid and full of character.

Sharik Sans type specimen
Sharik Sans Regular Italic and Medium

Also from Dada Studio, Sharik Sans is an approachable and adaptable sans-serif, and adds just a touch more character than the average sans with that lowercase “k” — especially in italics.

Adriane Text type specimen
Adriane Text Regular and Italic. All text samples from Project Gutenberg.

Some of you may already be familiar with Adriane Text from Typefolio, and may even be using it already on your websites. We’ve recently updated this to cover desktop use as well, so you can now enjoy it in even more of your projects. Its bookish regular style is a classic pick anytime you need a great serif, and it includes an absolutely beautiful set of italics.

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One Response

  1. Great post, the works from Dada Studio, Sharik is a great typeface as well. Will use the both in my social posts for quotations. Adriane’s text from Typefolio letter R is looking great.

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