Tag Archives: Sans

Freight Sans from Garage Fonts

We are delighted to welcome Garage Fonts as a new foundry on Webtype with their first release Freight Sans, heralding the exceptionally extensive Freight type series by Joshua Darden soon to follow in its entirety. While the Freight series’ serif styles exist … Continue reading

Bureau Grot from Font Bureau

Much loved for more than 20 years, we are very happy to finally make Font Bureau’s popular Bureau Grot family available for the web. Designed by David Berlow and initially released in 1989 as Bureau Grotesque, the typeface has come … 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

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: 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

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

Nobel on Webtype

Tobias Frere-Jones’ Nobel typeface family is now available for the web, exclusively from Webtype. Designed for Font Bureau in 1993, Nobel is based on S.H. de Roos’ original 1929 explorations to enliven the basic forms of Futura. With its subtle … Continue reading

Georgia Pro & Verdana Pro: The Web’s Favorite Typefaces Get an Upgrade

Georgia and Verdana rule the web. Designed by Matthew Carter, these fonts have been used on billions of pages. Now, through a partnership with Font Bureau, Carter & Cone, and Monotype Imaging, these families have been expanded as Georgia Pro … Continue reading

New font addition: Amplitude

Designed by Christian Schwartz and released by Font Bureau, the Amplitude typeface family is now available for the web, exclusively from Webtype. Originally released in 2003, Amplitude derives inspiration from the “ink traps” found in typefaces designed for printing at … Continue reading

New font addition: Garage Gothic

Font Bureau’s ever-popular Garage Gothic family of typefaces is now available for the web, exclusively from Webtype. Designed in 1992 by Tobias Frere-Jones, Garage Gothic was derived from numbered tickets given at city parking garages. The clean, condensed design works … Continue reading


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