New version of Nitti adds italics
– 22 August 2012
We’re happy to announce version 4.0 of Nitti! We’ve (finally) added italics to this mighty popular family, and Pieter took the opportunity to tweak and improve many details in the roman styles as well.
Now, with five weights, and support for Latin, Cyrillic and Greek this is our most complete typeface family yet. And we’re offering a temporary 25% discount on all styles of Nitti to celebrate its release!
Panno featured in the December issue of Computer Arts Magazine!
– 29 November 2011
The December issue of Computer Arts magazine features our beautiful and multi-functional Panno typeface family. Not only is it showcased in the magazine but two styles of Panno Text (Normal and Italic) are included on the accompanying DVD as well. A fantastic bargain considering the two fonts alone are worth over 75 euro!
Panno began its life as a new signage typeface for road and street signs in South Korea. This version is now available for retail as Panno Sign. Later the family was complemented with an extensive range of styles and weights for continuous reading called Panno Text.
New version of Nitti adds support for Greek
– 8 August 2011
We are happy to announce that Nitti has been updated to version 3.0. The major change in this new version is the addition of monotonic Greek.
Also some optimisations, such as a redrawn ampersand and a more distinctive zero, have been included after feedback from users of iA Writer, the popular new text editor on iPad and OS X.
Nitti comes in two versions now. Nitti Basic offers 264 characters per font and only supports western European languages.
The full version of Nitti on the other hand offers a generous 611 characters per font including many more accented letters, Greek and Cyrillic. This version covers all European languages together with most Asian languages that use the Cyrillic script.
To celebrate this launch we’re offering more bundles and a special price of 129.00 Euros for the complete Nitti Basic family bundle.
Magazine cover for FontShop Germany
– 13 December 2010
FontShop Germany asked us to design the cover for the November issue of “Fonts” magazine. Inspired by isometric perspective, adding a bit of Kraftwerk and New Order in the process and topping it off with a hint of 1980’s home computer nostalgia, we were happy to comply of course. Simultaneously we managed to squeeze in many of our own fonts including Feisar Express, Pinup, Panno Text and Flex.
Foundry focus on Bold Monday at the FontFeed
– 2 November 2010
We were interviewed this summer by Yves Peters for a feature in the Font Focus series at FontFeed.com. The result is a long and extensive article where we talk about our background, education, inspirations and much more. There are well over forty pictures too, including custom typefaces and some of our early work. Check it out!