Typeface Hanol


Taking its namesake from a Korean word for a strand/thread or hair, Hanol is a typeface which emphasises the beauty of curves within the strands of letters. Inspired by the celestial robe of a fairy floating in the air in a traditional Asian fairy tale, Hanol has a light and lively atmosphere.

Language support : Almost European languages

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Hanol Thin

-Up to 2 Computers






Hanol Extralight

-Up to 2 Computers






Hanol Light

-Up to 2 Computers






Hanol Regular

-Up to 2 Computers






Hanol Medium

-Up to 2 Computers






Hanol Bold

-Up to 2 Computers






Hanol 2 Styles Bundle

-Up to 2 Computers






Hanol Family

-Up to 2 Computers









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Typeface Faust



Faust is an experimental typeface created by Bouk Ra, expressing the agony and corruption of Faust, a character in German legend. The deformed serifs and wide alternates create a drastic rhythm throughout the typeface and is available in two styles – ‘& Wagner’, ‘& Mephisto’

Language support : Almost European languages

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Faust & Mephisto Regular

-Up to 2 Computers






Faust & Mephisto Italic

-Up to 2 Computers






Faust & Mephisto Regular+Italic

-Up to 2 Computers






Faust & Wagner Regular

-Up to 2 Computers






Faust & Wagner Italic

-Up to 2 Computers






Faust & Wagner Regular+Italic

-Up to 2 Computers






Faust Family

-Up to 2 Computers








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Typeface Tartuffo



Tartuffo is a fresh typeface inspired by many characters from various literature pieces. Its name comes from a famous character called « Tartuffe », from « Tartuffe or the impersonator » by the french playwright, actor and poet : Molière. Also, the font has the “Tartufo di Pizzo” as an influence, a traditional Italian dessert with a chocolate base.

This new font, the Tartuffo, is as bad-looking and bitter as the hypocrites in literary works…. But It’s succulent, flexible, and sweet thanks to its fluid texture in all the details!


Language support : Almost European languages


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