New this month: Sweet scripts, Hidden Treasures, & Omnes trimmed widths

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

Dolce type specimen

Dolce by Elena Albertoni. Art 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.

Hidden Treasures of the Bauhaus Dessau

Xants and Joschmi type specimens

The Hidden Treasures campaign launched with Xants and Joschmi.

This global campaign kicked off this month with two fonts and a design challenge (definitely worth your time if one of your summer goals was to work on design skills). Xants and Joschmi, the first two fonts in what will eventually be a series of five, are free for anyone to use. Learn more about the designers and their unique source material in our overview, which we’ll update very soon (!) with the next font in the series.

New from Darden Studio

Omnes from Darden Studio

Omnes from Darden Studio.

There’s so much more to Omnes now that Darden Studio has added three new widths to the family. Get more out of this typeface and all of the Darden Studio fonts, all of which are now included with your Creative Cloud subscription.

Get into these, let us know what you love, and stay tuned for more — summer has only just started.

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Sally Kerrigan

Content Editor at Typekit. Usually knows the way to the nearest public library. Lives in San Francisco in real life, @draftwerk in Twitter life.

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