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On the occasion of the London 2012 Olympics, VirusFonts released Olympukes 2012 – a new set of pictograms for the London games. In 2004, VirusFonts originally took on the Olympic pictograms – the ultimate designer’s commission – but with a witty subversion. Rather than of expressing ‘inspirational’ human endeavour, the Virus pictograms acknowledged the complex contradictions of the modern olympics. The occasion of the London 2012 games gives Barnbrook an opportunity to revisit this concept, not only because VirusFonts is based in London but also much has changed globally in the last eight years.
Mobile FontFonts are optimized for screen and licensed for use on mobile devices. When designing a native app for a mobile device, like iPhone, Mobile FontFonts allow the designer to specify fonts outside the options that come preinstalled. FF Basic Gothic Mobile Pro is a package of four fonts. FF Basic Gothic Mobile Pro Black Italic is offered for free.
See other mobile fonts at MobileFontFonts.com.
The latest FontFont release marks the beginning of a new era for typography – FSI FontShop International is introducing the first ever stand-alone FontFonts for the web. Finally web designers can use professional fonts for their projects without relying on system fonts or webfont services. Almost 40 of the most successful FontFont Families are available now as Web FontFonts, including FF DIN®, FF Meta®, FF Dax®, or FF Kievit™. Among the first Web FontFonts is Siegfried Rückel's FF Nuvo a contemporary type family with vertical contrast. You can now download FF Nuvo Web Medium for free for a limited time.
Learn more about Web FontFonts here.
Exactly one year ago, on February 24, 2010, FontFont premiered its Web FontFonts. FSI FontShop International was the first type foundry to offer a type collection specifically aimed at web designers: 1250 FontFonts available in .eot and .woff font format, and optimized to achieve the best possible legibility on screen. FontFont is celebrating the first anniversary of this new decisive step in digital typography by offering the exclusive web FontFont, FF World Wide Web, for free. The font is based on FF World by British graphic design icon Neville Brody. This type family is derived from one of several lettering styles created for his seminal poster for the Mike Tyson-Tony Tubbs World Heavyweight Championship at the Tokyo Dome.
Much sought-after at the TYPO-Design Conference 2011 in Berlin: the font stencil FontFummler Pro. The stencil provides all the necessary modules to construct a small letter alphabet in a few minutes or to fumble a whole word together. The gimmick was designed by Lars Krueger, his colleague Alexander Roth designed the perfect sample alphabet: Fummel. It comes, for the impatient font lovers among us, packed in an OpenType Font and is available for free. With Fummel you can easily fumble around on your computer!