FF Real was originally conceived by Erik Spiekermann as one text weight and one headline weight to be used as the only faces in his biography Hello I am Erik, edited by Johannes Erler, published in 2014. While Spiekermann drew the alphabets, he passed on the font data to Ralph du Carrois who cleaned it up and completed it. In the meantime FF Real has been extended to a family of two styles and 13 weights each. The design of FF Real is rooted in early static grotesques from the turn of the century. Several German type foundries – among them the Berlin-based foundries Theinhardt and H. Berthold AG – released such designs between 1898 and 1908. The semi-bold weight of a poster-size typeface that was lighter than most of the according semi-bolds in metal type at the time, gave the impetus to FF Real’s regular weight. In the words of Spiekermann, the historical example is “the real, non-fake version, as it were, the royal sans serif face“, thus giving his new typeface the name “Real” (which is also in keeping with his four-letter names, i.e. FF Meta, FF Unit). FF Real is a convincing re-interpretation of the German grotesque style, but with much more warmth and improved legibility. With a hint towards the warmer American grotesques, Spiekermann added those typical Anglo-American features such as a three-story ‘g’ and an ‘8’ with a more defined loop. To better distinguish characters in small text sizes, FF Real Text comes in old style figures, ‘f’ and ‘t’ are wider, the capital ‘I’ is equipped with serifs, as is the lowercase ‘l’. What’s more, i-dots and all punctuation are round. In Spiekermann’s biography FF Real Text has proven to endure all challenges of a proper text face without an italic, while FF Real Head cuts a fine figure in larger sizes with a more reduced look.
OTF | 26 Fonts | 2.7 Mb RAR
CM 259999 - The Ultimate Icon Bundle
• Over 85 icon packs
• Icons cover dozens of themes, trends and styles
• Everything is easy to customise and make your own
• All icons are provided as a fully scalable PSD, and most also as an AI file. You'll need either Photoshop or Illustrator to use them!
Inspired by the sound of acoustic guitars, delicacy of harps and elegance of the engrossers script, String is a trendy monoline font which will for sure make unique layouts for your pieces of design. Combining String with String Hole in the same word is a good idea when a more playful rhythm is needed. The font works particularly well when standing on photographs, so be ready to use it in magazines with food, landscapes or super models. I like thinking of String as a distilled version of Erotica. A more “pure” relative of hers. When I designed Erotica, I was so in love with the spencerian style that I knew it'd be hard to just abandon it. With that in mind, this time my aim was to take the subtlety of it to the limit. So, in order to do that I had to find out what was actually the secret of its beauty. I found that the essence of Erotica, in other words, its ductus was the most responsible. The result is a font made of hairlines with a lot of emphasis on the pureness of the form and, (with a lot of inspiration in music) the sensation of continuity between its letters as if they were written with a string. Try String and its flowing melody.
OTF | 2 Fonts | JPEG Preview | 4.3 Mb RAR
Hetaf is an Arabic typeface that provides a diverting but enjoyable readability experience. Letters combine notches and honed edges, and they do not completely follow the traditional directions of Arabic scripting. The typeface suits both print and web, and it consists of two weights; regular and bold.
OTF | 2 Fonts | JPG Preview | 6.6 Mb RAR
Fixel Contrastica 2 PS - CM 111138
• Fixel Contrastica 2 PS is a Global and Local Contrast Enhancement filter.
• Fixel Contrastica 2 PS is a plugin that features a novel algorithm to enhance and boost local & global contrast in video frames and images.
• Fixel Contrastica allows you to control & create the perfect contrast between your pixels.
• Contrastica enables you to control the contrast all over the tonal range (Shadows & Highlights), reveal hidden details and create overwhelming total look.
• Details, Clarity and Global Contrast done right!
The Anduaga typeface is the interpretation of the calligraphy that Joseph Anduaga proposed for teaching the first letters in the book published in 1780 Arte de escribir por reglas y sin Muestras... printed in the Imprenta Real in Madrid. Anduaga proposed a system based in composition rules that broke with the imitation models prevailing at that time. This font is accompanied by a set of ornaments extracted from Spanish editions of the second half of XVIII Century.
OTF, WOFF | 2 Fonts | JPG Preview | 2.1 Mb RAR
CM 121022 - 60 Chalkboard Textures
Do you need a chalkboard texture but you are sick of backgrounds that look unrealistic and/or show repeating patterns? Then these textures are definitely for you! They are high resolution - 12x12" (3600x3600 px), and and are made from real, authentic chalkboard images. I used a high quality SLR to take literally hundreds of chalkboard images from every possible angle, light setting and level of (real) chalk density. The camera and I were both covered in chalk by the time I got done. Then I very carefully, painstakingly, and time-consuming-ly put them together into these beautiful chalkboard backgrounds for you. They are incredibly diverse, including chalky, not so chalky, light, dark, green, blue, "velvety" or smooth, and everything inbetween. This product represents many, many hours of work!
60 UHQ JPG | 3600 x 3600 | 300 dpi | 200 Mb RAR
Ceebo is a friendly sans-serif, which show some aspects of a humanist and grotesque typeface. It retained more details of writing and got some forms and characteristics of an italic. The font contains some alternative glyphs. It also contains some ligatures and discretionary ligatures. In addition, there are adjusted figures and additional character for uppercase letters, lowercase letters and small caps, which react by OpenType-Feature. The font was designed to stay legible also in small sizes: beside as possible open counters, a tall x-high, distinct vents and cuts, it especially are the details of the glyphs which make it discernable. The regular weight is slightly thinner than other sans-serif fonts, moreover the diacritics and small glyphs were designed for small sizes by taller and more open forms. The resulting “ruggedness” is mellowed by half-rounded stems and pointed stem ends.
OTF, WOFF | 6 Fonts | JPG Preview | 2.5 Mb RAR
CM - Sortdecai Script
Introducing our new Sortdecai Script, Sortdecai Script is another hand lettered modern vintage script typefaces, which is combining the style of classic calligraphy with an modern style. Sortdecai Script is a part of Sortdecai Family. There are more than 300 glyphs in the font including Stylistic sets, Alternate Character, Swashes etc. OpenType features with Stylistic Alternates, Contextual Alternate in some characters that allows you to mix and match pairs of letters to fit your design. To access the alternate glyphs, you need a program that supports OpenType features such as Adobe Illustrator CS and Adobe Indesign.
OTF + TTF | 1 Font | JPG Preview | 10.9 Mb RAR
CM - Gracia Typeface
Hello everyone, I am Roberto and this is my new font Gracia. I started working on this script two months back when I saw my brother writing in his notebook. This script is completely based on Handwriting. Every stroke is made with love and care. My basic goal is to give you a fine handwritten font with some fine decoration. Nothing more than that :)
OTF | 5 Fonts | JPG Preview | 3.6 Mb RAR
CM - Ultimate HDR Presets for Lightroom
Ultimate HDR Preset Pack contains 20 exquisite HDR presets that allow you to create HDR images directly in Lightroom. I've also included my most popular Free HDR presets 'Punchy HDR' and 'Afternoon HDR'. So you get 22 presets in this pack all up. The presets are designed and compatible with Lightroom 4 & 5 & 6/CC. They also work great on all different types of images, doesn’t matter if you shoot RAW or JPEG images.
Cast is a subtle sans serif type family of six weights with great properties for professional typography. Open forms, strive for perfect curves and a modern and slightly technical touch are attributes of Cast. The weights from light to black are well graded and the 467 glyphs per style cover an extended range of Latin languages (Latin Extended-A). Numbers of OpenType features allow different figure sets, fractions and much more. The manual kerning for every single weight represents the care and the quality of this font. An outstanding attribute of Cast is the performance in every size. Cast had its beginning in 2007 during Dominique Kerber’s Typedesign study (CAS Typedesign) at the ZHdK in Zurich (Switzerland). After graduation, Dominique Kerber continued working on this project to complete this fully developed font in March 2011. The professional exchange with his former fellow student Alex Meier in a shared studio offered enrichment in this lengthy process. The concept of Cast is to combine the optical and formal requirements to a type in small text with the ones for display or signage use. Are ink traps necessary for example? Do they look nice in big sizes? How does optimal legibility behave in varying dimensions? What technical opportunities are there? Cast gives its own (possible) answers to these and hopefully some other questions in typography.
OTF, WOFF | 6 Fonts | JPG Preview | 6.2 Mb RAR
Low stroke contrast, generous spacing, and fine-grained weights from Light to Extra Bold make FF Hertz a workhorse text typeface which holds up well under today’s widely varying output conditions from print to screen. The quite dark Book style works well on e-ink displays which usually tend to thin out letters, as well as in print when you want to evoke the solid letter image of the hot-metal type era. Two sizes of Small Caps are included: A larger size for abbreviations and acronyms, and a smaller size matching the height of the lowercase letters. FF Hertz is a uniwidth design, that means each letter occupies the same space in all weights. This feature allows the user to switch between weights (but not between Roman and Italic styles) without text reflow. Jens Kutilek began work on FF Hertz in 2012. From a drawing exercise on a low-resolution grid (a technique proposed by Tim Ahrens to avoid fiddling with details too early), it soon evolved into a bigger project combining a multitude of influences which up until that point had only been floating around in his head, including his mother’s 1970s typewriter with its wonderful numbers, Hermann Zapf’s Melior as well as his forgotten Mergenthaler Antiqua (an interpretation of the Modern genre), and old German cartographic lettering styles. Jens likes to imagine FF Hertz used in scientific books or for an edition of Lovecraftian horror stories.
OTF | 12 Fonts | JPG Preview | 4.2 Mb RAR