Grotesque Sans Serif Latin typeface, extended
Karmilla is a grotesque sans serif typeface family that supports languages that use the Latin script and the Cyrillic script. It comes in Roman style and two weights, Regular and Bold.
Six handwritten fonts created for the Because We Had To project
This package gives your 6 fonts that were used in a RedHat Open Source stories campaign: - Because we build - Because we create - Because we connect - Because we mentor - Because we learn - Because we organize
Full-featured font preview application for GTK Environments
Font Manager is intended to provide a way for average users to easily manage desktop fonts, without having to resort to command line tools or editing configuration files by hand. While designed primarily with the GNOME Desktop Environment in mind, it should work well with other Gtk+ desktop environments.
Monospace Hermit Font for programming
This is a monospace font designed to be clear, pragmatic and very readable. Its creation has been focused on programming. Every glyph was carefully planned and calculated, according to defined principles and rules. For this reason, Hermit is coherent and regular.
ParaType font collection for the languages of Russia
The ParaType PT Sans and PT Serif font families were developed as part of the "Public Types of Russian Federation" project. The main objective of the project is to allow the peoples of Russia to read and write their native languages using free/libre fonts.
Old communism style script font from Poland
This font is inspired by Warsaw neon signs from before 1989. Just like the lettering of that period, the “Havava” design is detail oriented, coherent and sophisticated. Some letters are directly drawn from specific signs – letters “K” and “m” from “Kosmetyki” or letter “t” from “Mister” sign. The font’s name itself refers to a former cafe “Havana” in Warsaw.