This Week’s Top Fonts

Brix Sans is a six-weight family by Hannes von Döhren (the genius behind Brandon Grotesque) and Livius Dietzel. Brix sans harmonizes with Brix Slab to create a superfamily perfect for branding and editorial work.

Typographic wonder woman Laura Worthington has drawn another hit script family. Voltage ditches pointed pen scripts for industrial scripts the evoke vintage Americana.

Mendoza Vergara hits the zeitgeist nail on the head. It’s a casual pointed pen scripts with matching catchwords, ornaments, and dingbats that make it perfect for invitations.

Harman gives you the hand-lettered look fourteen ways. Seven fonts come with matching inline styles and a set of catchwords and decorations.

Toyler is a sans family that has only one weight, but four heights that mix evenly. To keep things interesting Tolyer includes a collection of display styles, including 3D, distressed, drop shadow, and dingbats.

Latinotype is back with a sans version of its proven Grota family. Grota sans is square sans family with forty fonts that will bring a fresh and friendly look to almost any design.

Yellow Design Studio brings you more of the layers you love. Stack these ten all-caps display fonts to create sweet headlines and packaging.

Servus Slab is one of those brilliant text typefaces that can be a crystal goblet at a glance but reveals sweet new character to anyone who pauses to appreciate the fine novel details.

Designers Emil Karl Bertell puts a new spin on classic Hollywood titles with Powder Script. Three weights, patterns, and ornaments evoke mid-century Americana but will never be mistaken for Murray Hill.

Atletico brings New York’s hot magazine trends to your designs. Use the six weights to craft every level of modern layouts.