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Vivala Line by Johannes Hoffmann.

Vivala Line has been inspired by old Polish children’s book with its charming hand drawn lettering titles.

Fields of application are posters, magazines, packaging design, books, corporate design up to consolidating reading.

http://myfonts.us/1a6tmO

Arbordale by Aerotype.

A calligraphic script with roots in the midwest, Arbordale™ communicates with casual confidence. OpenType users benefit from an array of alternate glyphs for lowercase characters including optional non-connecting (contextual alternate) characters for word endings. Other features include crossbar ligatures for common letter pairings, case-sensitive quotes and smart apostrophes. Arbordale Pro extends the character set to support Eastern European and Baltic languages.

Get it here: http://myfonts.us/y8jbB4

Astounder Squared BB by Nate Piekos.

 Astounder Squared BB is a family of four small caps fonts and two sentence-case fonts inspired by comic book cover lettering of the 70s. The set comes with European characters and some interesting opentype autoligatures: In the small caps versions you can type TH+ and th+ to get an H that scoots under the T, and you can type ?+ or !+ to get shorter punctuation to match the height of the lowercase caps. In the sentence-case versions, you can type E+ or e+ to get a script E. 

Get it here: http://myfonts.us/xbKogO

Appetite Rounded by Dzianis Serabrakou.

Appetite Rounded. Special rounded edition of the Appetite Typeface for awesome packaging design projects.

Get it here: http://myfonts.us/cm8ASW

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Appetite Rounded by Dzianis Serabrakou.
Appetite Rounded. Special rounded edition of the Appetite Typeface for awesome packaging design projects.
Get it here: http://myfonts.us/cm8ASW

Adria Slab by FaceType.

Adria Slab is a stylish slab serif typeface that comes in seven weights and charming upright italics. Try combine it with its super friendly family member Adria Grotesk.

Enjoy making great typography with the vast choice of lining, tabular and old style figures, numerators, denominators, tabular figures, fractions, ligatures, some sweet symbols and even alternate arrows.

Get it here: http://myfonts.us/L0q0BB

Naive Inlines Sans by La Goupil.

Naïve Inline Sans is a handwritten font by Fanny Coulez for La Goupil Paris. The three weights of this new sans serif parisian typography can be enhanced with a bicolor interior, ribbed or full, to improve your designs and bring a feeling more modern and unusual. To do this, you must simply superimpose the 2 elements : the weight above, the interior below. Merci beaucoup!

Get it here: http://myfonts.us/oRJUxk

Consulo by Lationtype.

See details here: http://myfonts.us/Ew7Oue

Quickpen by Laura Condouris.

Quickpen is casual and carefree, designed to re-create the look of confident, quickly-jotted script with a felt-tip pen or brush. In Open Type, ligatures and contextual alternates for lowercase letters add a natural hand-written look, while swashes lend a bit more finesse. The perfect script for any design that doesn’t take itself too seriously.

Get it here: http://myfonts.us/e84SGX

Bonlivet by Greater Albion Typefounders.

Bonlivet is an all capitals display face, which starts from Roman letter forms and pushes them into wild decorative extravagance. There is a somewhat early 20th century feel to this, but really it’s just a bit of good fun, with a hint of elegance thrown in.

http://myfonts.us/7abHrG

Range Sans by Schizotype (60% off).

This is Range Sans, the sans-serif counterpart to Range Serif. It can be categorized as a grotesque, with the idiosyncratic angular details from the serif family making themselves known in the arches and bowls of the lower case. The range of weights is larger than Range Serif, with two more weights at the lighter end of the spectrum. The weights from light to black correspond to their seriffed sisters, so can be interchanged with them freely while maintaining a similar text color and vertical metrics. This is useful for adding emphasis; Range Sans is deliberately lacking an italic, but the italics from Range Serif work better than you might expect in running text, particularly for the light and regular weights. 
Range Sans has a contemporary, somewhat geometric look that lends itself to uses such as corporate identities, minimalist graphic design, and logos. The middle weights do work well in running text, however, with the angled details being less noticeable at small sizes. 
Designed for demanding typography, supporting most Latin-based languages, Range Sans is equipped with true small caps for all weights, an array of numeral styles (proportional- and tabular- lining and oldstyle figures, small cap figures, numerators, denominators, superscripts and subscripts/scientific inferiors), automatic fractions, a set of useful arrows, case sensitive forms, and a range of currency symbols including recent additions: Turkish Lira, Indian Rupee and Russian Ruble.

See details here:http://myfonts.us/VIFcyG