Font in four weights, reminiscent of 1920s coffee house typographyYanone Kaffeesatz was first published in 2004. Its Bold is reminiscent of 1920s coffee house typography, while the rather thin fonts bridge the gap to present times. You can witness Kaffeesatz use on German fresh-water gyms, Dubai mall promos and New Zealand McDonalds ads. And of course on coffee and foodstuff packaging and cafe design around the globe. . In 2010 it was decided to be re-released under the SIL Open Font License to make it possible to include in software bundles or web font services like Googles Font Directory.
font similar to the Fairfield fontThis is an old style serif typeface. Its design is rooted in the forms of Venetian Old Face types.
font to view stroke order diagrams for Kanji, Kana and etcThis font will assist people who are learning kanji, and will help teachers of Japanese in the preparation of classroom material. . In the parts of your document where you want the kanji to be annotated with stroke order numbers simply set your document's font to KanjiStrokeOrders. You will need to set the size of the font to be large to allow the stroke order numbers to show up: 100pt seems to be the minimum usable size.
TrueType Japanese Font originally for BeOSKonatu is created as BeOS (ZETA) bitmap font (Be Bitmap Font), and also made as TrueType font. You can see screenshots in author's website.
ancient Greek oblique fontFrom the middle of the 19th century an italic font with many calligraphic overtones was introduced into Greek printing. Its source is unknown, but it almost certainly was the product of a German or Italian foundry. In the first type specimen printed in Greece by the typecutter K. Miliadis (1850), the font was listed anonymously along others of 11pts and in the Gr. Doumas' undated specimen appeared as «11pt Greek inclined». For most of the second half of the century the type was used extensively as an italic for emphasis in words, sentences or excerpts. In 1889, the folio size Type Specimen of Anestis Konstantinidis' publishing, printing and type founding establishment also included the type as «Greek inclined [9 & 12 pt]». . Nevertheless, the excessively calligraphic style of the characters, combined with the steep and uncomfortable obliqueness of the capitals, was out of favour in the 20th century and the type did not survive the conformity of the mechanical type cutting and casting. The font has been digitally revived, as part of our typographic tradition, by George D. Matthiopoulos and is part of GFS' type library under the name GFS Solomos, in commemoration of the great Greek poet of the 19th century, Dionisios Solomos.
typewrite like sans-serif fontThis font remembers of a typewrite font without the serifs. The latin letters assume pretty much of a "Swiss" feel, so the font was named after the Jura region on the border between France and Switzerland. . Almost all of the Latin-1 range is represented (omitting only superscript numerals, fractions, and the pilcrow).