Category Archives: Type Portraits

The Harriet Series from Okay Type

On this day for type lovers, we are delighted to announce webfonts for the especially lovable Harriet Text and Harriet Display by Jackson Cavanaugh at Okay Type. The elegant serif series draws inspiration from text faces of 19th and 20th century … Continue reading


Savanna Script from Font Bureau

We are pleased to announce Savanna Script, the latest work from Richard Lipton and the Font Bureau. Demonstrated in his earlier typefaces such as Avalon, Sloop, and Tangier, Lipton is a master of transforming the elegance and spontaneity of calligraphy into beautiful, functional fonts. With … Continue reading


Titling Gothic from Font Bureau

We are happy to announce that David Berlow’s popular Titling Gothic is finally available for the web. The roots of this series are in ATF’s Railroad Gothic, a condensed all-caps headline face from the late 19th century. While Titling Gothic started … Continue reading


Trilby from Font Bureau

May we introduce our latest release Trilby, a jolly slab serif from Font Bureau by David Jonathan Ross. The distinctive, contemporary design tips its hat to the slightly unorthodox model of the reverse contrast slab serif, where — unlike typical typefaces — … Continue reading


Sweet Sans from Sweet

Following the addition of Okay Type last year, we’re pleased to bring another like-minded foundry into the Webtype fold: Sweet. Mark van Bronkhorst’s Sweet® label encompasses charming and useful typefaces inspired by historical models of early 20th Century America and infused with his tasteful … Continue reading


From Font Bureau: Serge

We are delighted to introduce Cyrus Highsmith’s latest typeface design in a simultaneous release as web and desktop fonts from Font Bureau. Bonjour, Serge! The lively script in three weights resembles the rich French lettering tradition (think Roger Excoffon’s Mistral) but … Continue reading


From Font Bureau: Salvo Sans & Salvo Serif

We are happy to introduce Webtype’s most extensive type series to date — Salvo Sans and Salvo Serif. The exceptionally comprehensive and versatile families count as many as 60 fonts altogether: sans and slab-serif styles in five weights and three width plus italics, … Continue reading


From Font Bureau: Tangier

Need an elegant script for display typography on the web? The charming Tangier is now available on Webtype. The family was designed by Richard Lipton, a master in exploring the possibilities of Spencerian penmanship. Inspired by the lettering on a … Continue reading


From Font Bureau: Turnip and Turnip RE

Today we are excited to announce the new Turnip family of typefaces. It is the first type family from Font Bureau to be developed and released simultaneously for both print and web use, including a special group of Reading Edge™ styles (Turnip … Continue reading


Okay Type and Alright Sans on Webtype

Today we’re happy to welcome the Okay Type foundry to Webtype, starting with a webfont version of Jackson Cavanaugh’s Alright Sans. Since its release in 2009, Alright Sans has served many designers needing a clean sans-serif that hasn’t been stripped … Continue reading


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