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Happy New Year from the team here at AscenderFonts.com! We are proud to start this new decade with two new foundries: ClubType and Nick’s Fonts! Each collection offers a broad range of text and display styles to enhance your creative choices.
NEW Type Foundry - ClubType™
British type designer Adrian Williams began his career converting hot metal typefaces for phototypesetting and has evolved with technology into the digital era. He founded ClubType in 1986 to develop exclusive, high quality typefaces for ad agencies, publishers and corporations. The ClubType Collection is highly regarded for its attention to typographic detail.
The Club Type Font Family contains a robust set of six fonts: light, light italic, medium, medium italic, black and black italic. Designed by Adrian Williams in 1988, Club Type is a great display font suitable for a wide variety of design projects.
Inspired by the work of the members of the European parliament (MEP). The eight weight Eurocrat font family is a nod to them with a number of different elements that give this family an overall “European” feel.
Bulldog is an extensive set of fonts designed by Adrian Williams in 1989 that echoes many classic features of the Gothic, Grotesque and Sans Serif models of the late 1870 to 1890 period. The Bulldog Slab Basic family is a versatile set of four fonts that has a vibrant, timeless appeal.
The Monkton family draws from Adrian William’s childhood memories at Monkton in the historic part of the southwest England. This wonderful font family captures the distinctive features of the lettering on the classic Roman Trajan column.
NEW Type Foundry - Nick's Fonts
Nick's Fonts features the artistic and prolific typographic talents of Nick Curtis. Nick's Fonts draw on our rich typographic heritage, as most the fonts are based on authentic historical sources to present a diverse collection of genres from the Wild West to the Jazz Age.
Big, beautiful and bodacious, Tutti Paffuti NF is a natural choice for attention-grabbing headlines. With a distinct 60’s and 70’s lettering style, this font screams fun. Yo!
This is a wonderful, dashing font family with superb swash caps. Londonderry Air NF has three fonts in the family and features OpenType features such as discretionary ligatures and fractions.
This elegant and ostentatious script font was inspired by the lettering of John M. Bergling from 1914. With its swooping, curling letters, His Nibs NF is a definite eye-catcher.
You can almost hear the hum from the neon-sign styled characters in Eclectic Crumpany NF. This is novel font is ideal for headlines in retro design projects.
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