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Transfer Sans Superset Sale, $63 (60% off).

Transfer Sans Sale

Transfer Sans Superset contains fourteen fonts designed by Julian Janiszewski & RXC, and is currently on sale through August 11th for only $63 (60% off).

http://www.psyops.com/shop/transfer-sans/transfer-superset/

Transfer Sans is a modern, bendy, sans serif type family with Western and Eastern European characters, ligatures, stylistic alternates, and more…

Check out the Harunami Sale, only $34 (50% off).

Harunami Social Promo 50

Harunami, designed by Chiharu Tanaka, is on sale through July 28th for only $34 (50% off).

http://www.psyops.com/shop/harunami-pro/harunami-complete/

Harunami (“spring wave”) fuses Japanese ornamentation with the Roman alphabet. All the motifs in the typeface are based on traditional Japanese wave ornamentation. Harunami Complete has a unique stylistic system that ranges from Simple to Ornate. The Simple font is a purely functional sanserif that is ready to use as text type. The three other styles — Decorative, Embellished and Ornate — progressively apply the wave ornamentation.

Tarocco Superset Sale, $48 (60% off).

Tarocco Superset Sale Promo

Tarocco Superset Sale now through July 14th for only $48 (60% off).

http://www.psyops.com/shop/tarocco/tarocco-superset/

Tarocco is a collection of fourteen sophisticated and very readable fonts by Stefan Hattenbach.

The Tarocco Superset includes a complete set of regular, italic, bold and bold italic as well as smallcaps with both Lining and Old Style numerals. Tarroco Superset also comes with a beautiful set of classical ornaments featuring calligraphic swashes and ornate text embellishments.

Catacumba Pro Sale. 6 Fonts. $49 (60% Off).

Catacumba Pro Sale 60% Off

Check it out, Catacumba Pro is on sale for the next few days for $49 (60% off).

http://www.psyops.com/shop/catacumba-pro/catacumba-pro-complete-set/

Catacumba is a six-weight typeface inspired by the painted inscriptions of the Igreja de São Francisco church’s catacombs in Porto, Portugal. The forms are clearly influenced by Victorian style, with an unmistakable French heritage, and yet they somehow convey a decidedly Portuguese sensibility.

Catacumba’s centerpieces are its two titling styles: the exuberant Excelsa, and the didonesque Moderata. From these two decoratives, four new cuts are derived. These, the Text fonts, are tamer and more understated, but maintain the same artisanal grounding and DNA as the display fonts. Each Catacumba font includes an expanded selection of OpenType ranges and features, allowing for extensive use within the Latin range.