What’s new this month? So glad you asked! There’s some fun stuff in here, including a couple fonts that are brand-new to the world. Feels like a great way to kick the summer off.
Dolce from Anatoletype
Designed by Elena Albertoni, Dolce comes with a delicious number of alternate glyphs so you can really hone the look of this. It’s available in five weights, which opens up a lot of options for your typesetting — the heaviest weight is especially stunning for titles and larger settings, but all are beautifully balanced and fun to work with.
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We really hope you’ve enjoyed the 12 font packs we’ve released into the world over the past few weeks, and that they spark some summer creativity for you. Best of all, each of these is free with your Creative Cloud subscription!
For more about how to get fonts from the packs and unlock other features within, check out our blog post from May. You can also now type in task-related search terms like “wedding” or “resume” into Typekit and you’ll see both the packs and the fonts in them in the results.
More packs will be coming your way this fall, with some new …Read post
Darden Studio, based in New York, is the source of classic branding fonts like Omnes, and more recently released Halyard. We’ve offered a selection of their fonts for years, and are thrilled that they’ve now added their entire collection to our library.
The already-friendly design of Omnes becomes even more versatile with the addition of condensed widths. If you’ve ever tried typesetting with Omnes, you might have noticed that it tends to be a bit wide. That’s great if you want to fill more space, but sometimes you might want to keep things a little tighter. Condensed, Semicondensed, and Narrow widths are here …Read post