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Delicato Pro, designed by Stefan Hattenbach, is available now at PSY/OPS

Delicato Social 1000

Delicato Pro, designed by Stefan Hattenbach, is now available at PSY/OPS.

https://www.psyops.com/shop/typefaces/delicato-pro/

Delicato integrates unique modern details over a decidedly traditional foundation. The design fulfills Stefan Hattenbach’s goal of creating a sturdy text face for books and longer texts, while not precluding its use in more decorative settings. Stylistically, Delicato tips a respectful hat to Jeremy Tankard’s Enigma and Petr van Blokland’s Proforma. The family includes standard text cuts — Regular, Italic, Bold — each with full Smallcaps, Ligatures as well as Lining and Oldstyle figures (both Proportional and Tabular). A Medium weight, Alternates and a set of Ornaments further expand the family’s versatility. In 2008, Delicato was expanded to OpenType Pro status, most notably adding full support for Latin-based Central European languages, and that is the edition offered here.

Catacumba Pro Display Subset is $34 (50% off)

Catacumba Subset Promo Social

This Catacumba Pro Display Subset sale is scary, at only $34 (50% off) through September 29th.

http://www.psyops.com/shop/catacumba-pro/catacumba-pro-display-subset/

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.  Each Catacumba font includes an expanded selection of OpenType ranges and features, allowing for extensive usewithin the Latin range.

 

Crash Numbering is free for all!

Crash Numbering Font Free

These two numeral fonts are designed by Philip Krayna and RXC.

The serializing technique known as crash numbering has been in use since before computers started roaming the earth… some say as far back as the days of phrenology and 5¢ sasparillas. If you’ve ever bought a raffle ticket or been handed a claim check you’ve experienced crash numbering first hand.

Our digital simulacrum, which we are proud to present here and now, includes Serif and Gothic styles; three variants of each numeral; and a smattering of numerical symbols. It’s ideal for numbering invoices, gift certificates, undergarments… anything that’ll hold still long enough to run through your inkjet printer. And it’s free.

http://www.psyops.com/shop/typefaces/crash-numbering/

Oxtail is on Sale for $44 (50% off).

Oxtail Social Sale

The wait is over! The complete 6 font typeface Oxtail is on sale now. $44 (50% off) through August 25th.

http://www.psyops.com/shop/oxtail/oxtail-set/

The Oxtail Set typeface has its roots in the Egyptienne-family which became popular in the beginning of the 19th Century.

To make the family more unique and personal, ”twists” have been crafted throughout the design. All together Oxtail Set is a family of 6 weights, including: Medium, Medium Italic, Bold, Bold Italic, Black and Black Italic.

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.