https://www.youworkforthem.com/font/T1581/nicolas-cochin Designed by Georges Peignot in 1912, Nicolas Cochin is a classic serif release by URW. Contains language support for West, East, Turkish, Baltic, and Romanian.
https://www.youworkforthem.com/font/T1578/neo-contact-marlboro Neo Contact is an egyptienne style serif released by URW, most famous for its use on the Marlboro cigarette packaging. Contains language support for West, East, Turkish, Baltic, and Romanian.
CreativeMarket - Font Big Madness (Latin & Cyrillic) 2077468
EPS, OTF, All Files
CreativeMarket - New Henrietta Signature Font 2095952
WOFF, TTF, All Files
https://www.youworkforthem.com/font/T0999/news-gothic his is URW's digitization of the famous font News Gothic, the realist sans-serif typeface designed by Morris Fuller Benton, and released by the American Type Founders (ATF) in 1908. (News Gothic is similar in proportion and structure to Benton's famous Franklin Gothic.) The typeface differs from other realist sans-serifs with its less severe, more humanist tone. For much of the twentieth century News Gothic was used in newspaper and magazine publishing, and it is used in the logo of the Polaroid Corporation, but perhaps its most famous use was for the main body text of the Star Wars opening crawl. It was also used in Saul Bass' opening title sequence for Hitchcock's thriller, Psycho. This font is very conservative on the surface, and it is nearly without equal in advertising and publishing situations, but when it is used in less traditional settings--fashion, art, design--it shows amazing versatility and power.
CM - Snow Day Display 2052387 Snow Day font with snow & winter theme for your fun project. Snow Day font has 4 different styles, regular, clean, alternative 1 and alternative 2. Snow Day font suitable for logo, branding, greeting card, poster and any design that you create.
https://www.youworkforthem.com/font/T1587/nimbus-sans-no-5/ Designed by Max Miedinger, Nimbus Sans is a sans-serif typeface created by URW, based on Helvetica. The family supports Western Europe, East Europe, Turkish, Baltic, Romanian languages. Some of the fonts have history predating Helvetica's first release. For example, Nimbus Sans bold condensed, Nimbus Sans bold condensed (D) were dated 1940; Nimbus Sans Black Condensed, Nimbus Sans Black Condensed (D) were dated 1946. The fonts ending with (D) names have slightly lighter font weights and tighter spacing. Although the characters are not exactly the same, Nimbus Sans L has metrics almost identical to Helvetica and Arial.