Categories
Uncategorized

New font licensing options from The Foundry

We are pleased to announce that The Foundry font collection is now available exclusively from Monotype. Selecting the ‘Licence this font’ button on this page – or the pages for the individual weights – will take you directly to the relevant place on the Monotype site.

We have worked with Monotype to offer a full range of font licences – from desktop and web fonts to ebooks, mobile apps, servers and more.

Foundry Old Style was the first typeface to be released by The Foundry. Inspired by the incunabula typefaces of Nicolas Jensen, the letterforms were first created as calligraphy, with the aim of retaining the structure and free form of the pen stroke in the final drawing development. The resulting face is a contemporary translation that retains the classical tradition of the transitional roman style. Originally conceived as a text face, with a small weight range for good book work, Foundry Old Style is a versatile design that contrasts and compliments Foundry Sans.

The Foundry font collection is now available exclusively from Monotype. Selecting the ‘License this font’ button on this page will automatically take you to the relevant place on the Monotype site

Foundry Journal is appropriately named for its intended purpose in journals, magazines and publications, where narrow column measures require a more condensed typeface, for the most economic use of page space. Foundry Journal has a characteristic subtle angularity, accentuated by well-defined curve to stem junctions, facilitating legibility and making it an ideal typeface when set at small point sizes.

The Foundry font collection is now available exclusively from Monotype. Selecting the ‘License this font’ button on this page will automatically take you to the relevant place on the Monotype site.

Architype Universal is a collection of avant garde typefaces deriving mainly from the work of artists/designers of the inter-war years, whose ideals underpin the design philosophies of the modernist movement in Europe. Their ‘universal’, ‘single alphabet’ theory limits the character sets.

New font licensing options from The Foundry

We are pleased to announce that The Foundry font collection is now available exclusively from Monotype. Selecting the ‘Licence this font’ button on this page – or the pages for the individual weights – will take you directly to the relevant place on the Monotype site.

We have worked with Monotype to offer a full range of font licences – from desktop and web fonts to ebooks, mobile apps, servers and more.

Please note that a digital font is like any other piece of licensed software and subject to terms and conditions of use. Purchasing a font licence gives you the right to use the font software in accordance with the terms of the End User Licence Agreement.

To ensure that The Foundry continues to bring you further inspiring fonts, please take the time to read all licence terms, whilst ‘the small print’ is not an exciting read, it is important and may answer any questions you have.

The copyright of the design and data of The Foundry fonts remains with The Foundry at all times.

Architype Ballmer is inspired by the experimental, universal letterforms drawn by Bauhaus trained Swiss designer Theo Ballmer for a series of 1928 posters, most notably for an exhibition on industrial standards. The grid-based square forms reference elements of De Stijl.

The Foundry font collection is now available exclusively from Monotype. Selecting the ‘License this font’ button on this page will automatically take you to the relevant place on the Monotype site.

Leave a Reply