In the 3 years of their existence, Fust & Friends have put together an interesting little library of display fonts. The Queen of the Crop is Teddy by Minjoo Ham, a new, layerable script vaguely inspired by a 1950s German lettering book. There are two revivals newly digitized by Andreas Seidel: the 1928 Alarm, and the 1970 Presto — now updated to an internationalized, yet still faithful digital version. There’s a lovely AND useful Teddy-compatible dingbat/icon/picture font by comics artist Bea Davies. And a beta version of the font F’n’F uses as a secondary typeface in most visuals — OutSans by Allan Daastrup. Now all in one bundle, at the best price ever. If your browser doesn’t show the 50% reduction, add this to the URL: /totalbundle.
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