Citrine

Citrine is a new family of fonts created for wide, friendly screen reading. It’s based on ideas found in word processing, in-game reading, and some of the curvilinear friendliness of the early American 1980s. A family we liked so much, we typeset our own site in it.

Rocinante Titling

A family of ten fonts made for tall, powerful headlines and display with scaffold-like interior spaces and a blocky outer contour. Built on the same weight range as Havelock Layers and Havelock Titling, Rocinante Titling is an angular foil for Havelock’s curviness.

Havelock Titling

Havelock Titling is a five-weight font family, light to Black, with essential geometry for graphic headlines, titles, and logos. Combine it with Havelock for a full-force family of fonts for all your visual needs.

Havelock

Havelock is a companion package to Havelock Titling, four versions of Havelock Titling Black reimagined for exuberant layering & color play. Essential geometry—circle, square, and triangle—combine for bold titles, headlines and logos.

Havelock Complete

Havelock is your graphic workhorse: all five fonts of Havelock Titling, Light to Black, plus the layered versions of Black—Stencil, Inline & Multiline—so you can create graphic headlines, titles, and logos in a heartbeat. Combine it with Rocinante Titling for even more possibility.

Gia

Gia is seven weights based on iconic curvilinear typography of the American 1970s—like the NASA Worm, Atari and Centipede logos—each with a system of small caps sized to fit perfectly with lowercase forms for unicase possibilities. Very graphic, very retro-future.

Royal Street

The Royal Street family of fonts is a family imagined to exist between Grotesque and Art Deco, all swooping curves and Art Deco curved alternates mixed with grotesque forms and packed into a slim, tightly packed space. Use it for display, titles, logos, or signage.

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