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Featured Sources for Type

Lost Type

The Lost Type Co-Op is a Pay-What-You-Want Type foundry, the first of its kind. Founded by Riley Cran and Tyler Galpin, originally in a whirlwind 24 hour adventure to distribute a single typeface, Lost Type has blossomed into a full fledged foundry, distributing fonts from designers all over the world, with its unique model.

Hype for Type

HypeForType is a growing hotbed of top typographic talent. Born out of the (slightly) obsessive quest for fontal perfection and more respect for the art of beautifully crafted type of one Alex Haigh. You could think of him as the Hugh Heffner of the type world, but in a less seedy way and without the mansion. It was over a year in the making (ever the perfectionist) and the virtual doors have been open for business for over a year now too.

P22 Type Foundry

P22 Type Foundry is dedicated to producing quality fonts and related products. Our goal is to present historical materials in a contemporary, relevant form. By doing so, we make great art and design accessible to every level of computer user. Our research and design teams are committed to developing typefaces which are not available anywhere else.

Emigre Fonts

Founded in 1984, coinciding with the birth of the Macintosh, Emigre was one of the first independent type foundries to establish itself centered on personal computer technology. Emigre holds exclusive license to over 300 original typeface designs created by a roster of contemporary designers. Emigre's full line of typefaces, ornaments and illustrations is available in Type 1 PostScript and TrueType for both the Macintosh and PC.