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Antarctica Aa

The Arctic circle conveys simplicity and minimalism. Earths southernmost continent and hemisphere. The last region in Earth’s
The Arctic circle conveys simplicity and minimalism. Earths southernmost continent and hemisphere. The last region in Earth’s recorded history to be discovered until 1820 South
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Most Sacred Majesty: On the 22nd day of the month of May of the year 1678, I dispatched from an unknown location, off the coast of Mexico, to the Madeline de Brest , a vessel, and in her a servant of mine, with orders to pass on my letter and its contents to your Majesty. I’ve encountered the people of these distant parts. It seems to me important that your Highness should become acquainted with my doings. I will therefore narrate some events plainly and to the best of my ability. I will describe only the principle and most remarkable incidents of said journey. Great discoveries have been made in your Majesty’s name. Mexico holds unfathomable quantities of gold, and silver, much beauty can be found in this savage place. As your Majesty is aware, this new world is also being explored by the Spanish. Our expedition avoids the Spaniards at all costs. This is to fend off any battles that may occurred if our two parties met. Most of the lands have not been touched by the hand of man. Roads and passages can hardly be found here. The mountains are so high and the forests so thick and impenetrable, that we could only see the spot where we placed our feet. Looking upwards, blue skies disappeared over our heads, the trees so tall and so close to each other, that those who climbed up them to discover land could not see beyond a stone’s throw . We found a village with several maize plantations in the finest of possible conditions. We also found other provisions, fowls, honey, beans and other produce of the land. The natives, if there were any at this place, not having shown themselves or made any oppositions, my men carried with us as much as we could back to the ship. Our provisions were running scare at this time. It was indeed a most welcome discovery and compensation for all our past troubles, for had we not found it at that moment, we should all have perished through hunger. The Mexica Empire, tribes, and peoples hold so many dark and mysterious secrets. They are ruthless heathens, with many gods that hunger for human sacrifice and blood. It happened that one of my men saw one of the Indians who had come with me from the Tenuxtitlan eating a piece of flesh taken from the body of another Indian, whom he had killed on entering Iztapan. When the case was reported to me, I had the Indian arrested, and there, in the presence of all, had him burnt alive, for having slain and afterwards eaten of the fellow creature. An abomination, which your Majesty, and myself in your royal name, have repeatedly condemned, ordering the people of these parts to abstain from doing.

Antarctica

The Antarctica typeface name is derived from the Earths southernmost continent and hemisphere. It is noted as the last region in Earth’s recorded history to be discovered and unseen until 1820. This sans serif font much like the Arctic circle conveys simplicity, minimalism and purity. With a timeless Neo-Grotesques contemporary approach this typeface will stand the test of time, much like the majestic Arctic. This sans serif font or also known as Grotesque fonts, tend to have less strokes with variation than serif fonts and are usually geometric in design with simple letter forms and fairly even stroke weights, they are also often bolder. And with its endless variable possibilities this grotesque archetype typeface is ideal for all kinds of design situations. Your imagination is free to explore all the possibilities of Antarctica.

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Atacama Aa

“El desierto de Atacama” located in South America and situated between two mountain chains, the Andes and the Chilean “El desierto de Atacama” located in South America and situated between two mountain chains, the Andes and the Chilean Coast Range. A natural softness and strength Sand
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Most Sacred Majesty: On the 22nd day of the month of May of the year 1678, I dispatched from an unknown location, off the coast of Mexico, to the Madeline de Brest , a vessel, and in her a servant of mine, with orders to pass on my letter and its contents to your Majesty. I’ve encountered the people of these distant parts. It seems to me important that your Highness should become acquainted with my doings. I will therefore narrate some events plainly and to the best of my ability. I will describe only the principle and most remarkable incidents of said journey. Great discoveries have been made in your Majesty’s name. Mexico holds unfathomable quantities of gold, and silver, much beauty can be found in this savage place. As your Majesty is aware, this new world is also being explored by the Spanish. Our expedition avoids the Spaniards at all costs. This is to fend off any battles that may occurred if our two parties met. Most of the lands have not been touched by the hand of man. Roads and passages can hardly be found here. The mountains are so high and the forests so thick and impenetrable, that we could only see the spot where we placed our feet. Looking upwards, blue skies disappeared over our heads, the trees so tall and so close to each other, that those who climbed up them to discover land could not see beyond a stone’s throw . We found a village with several maize plantations in the finest of possible conditions. We also found other provisions, fowls, honey, beans and other produce of the land. The natives, if there were any at this place, not having shown themselves or made any oppositions, my men carried with us as much as we could back to the ship. Our provisions were running scare at this time. It was indeed a most welcome discovery and compensation for all our past troubles, for had we not found it at that moment, we should all have perished through hunger. The Mexica Empire, tribes, and peoples hold so many dark and mysterious secrets. They are ruthless heathens, with many gods that hunger for human sacrifice and blood. It happened that one of my men saw one of the Indians who had come with me from the Tenuxtitlan eating a piece of flesh taken from the body of another Indian, whom he had killed on entering Iztapan. When the case was reported to me, I had the Indian arrested, and there, in the presence of all, had him burnt alive, for having slain and afterwards eaten of the fellow creature. An abomination, which your Majesty, and myself in your royal name, have repeatedly condemned, ordering the people of these parts to abstain from doing.

Atacama

The Atacama typeface name is derived from “El desierto de Atacama” located in South America and situated between two mountain chains, the Andes and the Chilean Coast Range. The typeface’s horizontal crossbars, peeks and humanist curves convey a more organic structure and approach to type design. A typeface of the Garalde classification, this font transports the reader between thick and thin strokes, bracketed serif and beautifully curved droplets accentuate a natural softness and strength that evoke the Atacama landscape, and wilderness. What captivates the readers eye is the wide and rounded apertures of the letters that make this font extremely legible with its many variable possibilities, this font aspires to be the Garalde archetype font in your personal font catalogue.

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Alpaga Aa

Treasured by the Inca civilisation, the alpacas were important to the people of South Treasured by the Inca civilisation, the alpacas were important to the survival of the indigenous people of South America. Inca
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Most Sacred Majesty: On the 22nd day of the month of May of the year 1678, I dispatched from an unknown location, off the coast of Mexico, to the Madeline de Brest , a vessel, and in her a servant of mine, with orders to pass on my letter and its contents to your Majesty. I’ve encountered the people of these distant parts. It seems to me important that your Highness should become acquainted with my doings. I will therefore narrate some events plainly and to the best of my ability. I will describe only the principle and most remarkable incidents of said journey. Great discoveries have been made in your Majesty’s name. Mexico holds unfathomable quantities of gold, and silver, much beauty can be found in this savage place. As your Majesty is aware, this new world is also being explored by the Spanish. Our expedition avoids the Spaniards at all costs. This is to fend off any battles that may occurred if our two parties met. Most of the lands have not been touched by the hand of man. Roads and passages can hardly be found here. The mountains are so high and the forests so thick and impenetrable, that we could only see the spot where we placed our feet. Looking upwards, blue skies disappeared over our heads, the trees so tall and so close to each other, that those who climbed up them to discover land could not see beyond a stone’s throw . We found a village with several maize plantations in the finest of possible conditions. We also found other provisions, fowls, honey, beans and other produce of the land. The natives, if there were any at this place, not having shown themselves or made any oppositions, my men carried with us as much as we could back to the ship. Our provisions were running scare at this time. It was indeed a most welcome discovery and compensation for all our past troubles, for had we not found it at that moment, we should all have perished through hunger. The Mexica Empire, tribes, and peoples hold so many dark and mysterious secrets. They are ruthless heathens, with many gods that hunger for human sacrifice and blood. It happened that one of my men saw one of the Indians who had come with me from the Tenuxtitlan eating a piece of flesh taken from the body of another Indian, whom he had killed on entering Iztapan. When the case was reported to me, I had the Indian arrested, and there, in the presence of all, had him burnt alive, for having slain and afterwards eaten of the fellow creature. An abomination, which your Majesty, and myself in your royal name, have repeatedly condemned, ordering the people of these parts to abstain from doing.

Alpaga

Treasured by the ancient Inca civilisation, alpacas were important to the survival of the indigenous people of South America. They provided clothing, food, fuel and, no doubt, companionship as domesticated animals high in the Altiplano of Peru, Chile and Bolivia. The alpaca herds roamed across the Andes mountains. You could see them graze on the local vegetation, and were tightly controlled by Incan royalty.  Alpacas are very social creatures, they are gentle and curious and can live in a wide range of habitats, from the high and dry Atacama Desert in northern Chile to the wet and stormy Tierra del Fuego at the southern tip of the continent. Alpacas are a pack animal and live in herds, and much like the animal, our Alpaga monospace  font exists in much the same way. This font is available in a plethora of styles, 44 to be exact, from Extra Condensed Hairline to Ultra Expanded Extra Black. Designed in a classic mono tradition with a contemporary and timeless approach, this font is a faithful design tool and companion that will accompany you on your artistic  journey. 

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Amazonia Aa

Orellana as he derived the name Amazonas from the Amazons of Greek mythology. This French Neoclassical Didot Orellana as he derived the name Amazonas from the Amazons of Greek mythology. This French Neoclassical Didot typeface embodies the presence of the Green
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Most Sacred Majesty: On the 22nd day of the month of May of the year 1678, I dispatched from an unknown location, off the coast of Mexico, to the Madeline de Brest , a vessel, and in her a servant of mine, with orders to pass on my letter and its contents to your Majesty. I’ve encountered the people of these distant parts. It seems to me important that your Highness should become acquainted with my doings. I will therefore narrate some events plainly and to the best of my ability. I will describe only the principle and most remarkable incidents of said journey. Great discoveries have been made in your Majesty’s name. Mexico holds unfathomable quantities of gold, and silver, much beauty can be found in this savage place. As your Majesty is aware, this new world is also being explored by the Spanish. Our expedition avoids the Spaniards at all costs. This is to fend off any battles that may occurred if our two parties met. Most of the lands have not been touched by the hand of man. Roads and passages can hardly be found here. The mountains are so high and the forests so thick and impenetrable, that we could only see the spot where we placed our feet. Looking upwards, blue skies disappeared over our heads, the trees so tall and so close to each other, that those who climbed up them to discover land could not see beyond a stone’s throw . We found a village with several maize plantations in the finest of possible conditions. We also found other provisions, fowls, honey, beans and other produce of the land. The natives, if there were any at this place, not having shown themselves or made any oppositions, my men carried with us as much as we could back to the ship. Our provisions were running scare at this time. It was indeed a most welcome discovery and compensation for all our past troubles, for had we not found it at that moment, we should all have perished through hunger. The Mexica Empire, tribes, and peoples hold so many dark and mysterious secrets. They are ruthless heathens, with many gods that hunger for human sacrifice and blood. It happened that one of my men saw one of the Indians who had come with me from the Tenuxtitlan eating a piece of flesh taken from the body of another Indian, whom he had killed on entering Iztapan. When the case was reported to me, I had the Indian arrested, and there, in the presence of all, had him burnt alive, for having slain and afterwards eaten of the fellow creature. An abomination, which your Majesty, and myself in your royal name, have repeatedly condemned, ordering the people of these parts to abstain from doing.

Amazonia

The name Amazon is said to arose from a war Francisco de Orellana fought with the Tapuyas and other tribes. As was their custom, the women of the tribe fought alongside the men. Hence, inspiring Orellana as he derived the name Amazonas from the Amazons of Greek mythology. Strong and refined, this French neoclassical didot typeface embodies the presence of the Amazons. The fonts powerful contrast between thick and thin strokes, with a plethora of variable possibilities, this typeface aspires to be the didot archetype font in your personal font catalogue.

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Alaska Aa

Also spelled Alyeska, meaning mainland. “North to the Future” evokes exploration and forward thinking The name Alaska derives from the Aleut word Alaxsxaq, also spelled Alyeska, meaning mainland. Much like the state motto, “North to the Future” Snow
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Most Sacred Majesty: On the 22nd day of the month of May of the year 1678, I dispatched from an unknown location, off the coast of Mexico, to the Madeline de Brest , a vessel, and in her a servant of mine, with orders to pass on my letter and its contents to your Majesty. I’ve encountered the people of these distant parts. It seems to me important that your Highness should become acquainted with my doings. I will therefore narrate some events plainly and to the best of my ability. I will describe only the principle and most remarkable incidents of said journey. Great discoveries have been made in your Majesty’s name. Mexico holds unfathomable quantities of gold, and silver, much beauty can be found in this savage place. As your Majesty is aware, this new world is also being explored by the Spanish. Our expedition avoids the Spaniards at all costs. This is to fend off any battles that may occurred if our two parties met. Most of the lands have not been touched by the hand of man. Roads and passages can hardly be found here. The mountains are so high and the forests so thick and impenetrable, that we could only see the spot where we placed our feet. Looking upwards, blue skies disappeared over our heads, the trees so tall and so close to each other, that those who climbed up them to discover land could not see beyond a stone’s throw . We found a village with several maize plantations in the finest of possible conditions. We also found other provisions, fowls, honey, beans and other produce of the land. The natives, if there were any at this place, not having shown themselves or made any oppositions, my men carried with us as much as we could back to the ship. Our provisions were running scare at this time. It was indeed a most welcome discovery and compensation for all our past troubles, for had we not found it at that moment, we should all have perished through hunger. The Mexica Empire, tribes, and peoples hold so many dark and mysterious secrets. They are ruthless heathens, with many gods that hunger for human sacrifice and blood. It happened that one of my men saw one of the Indians who had come with me from the Tenuxtitlan eating a piece of flesh taken from the body of another Indian, whom he had killed on entering Iztapan. When the case was reported to me, I had the Indian arrested, and there, in the presence of all, had him burnt alive, for having slain and afterwards eaten of the fellow creature. An abomination, which your Majesty, and myself in your royal name, have repeatedly condemned, ordering the people of these parts to abstain from doing.

Alaska

The name Alaska derives from the Aleut word Alaxsxaq, also spelled Alyeska, meaning mainland. This font much like the state motto, “North to the Future” evokes exploration and forward thinking. Geometric sans serif fonts, much like this one first gained popularity in the 1920s and 1930s, and were also known as elemental typography, made popular with help from The Bauhaus movement. That experimental time in creative history gave birth to new ways of seeing architecture, design, art, language and also type design. Simple geometric forms such as circles, triangles and rectangles shape the typefaces structure which gives it a contemporary and constructed feel. With minimal contrast and even widths, this geometric archetype font and its endless variable possibilities can be used for any project and would be a great addition to your personal font catalogue.

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