Frank Béla

FR Hopper
FR Hopper is the biggest release of Faberfonts Foundry since its opening. The project started as a quest for cool and neutral thin sans capital forms and proportions more than a year ago. Since then, lots of things have changed and have been added, and the project has grown into a project as complex and prolonged as nothing else before here in the studio of Faberfonts. FR Hopper is a sans based on geometric forms still having a friendly personality. It is intended for mid-length texts, captions, titles and almost any other occasional use – posters, flyers and even for web sites. FR Hopper comes in 7 weights, 12 styles with 836 glyphs – that means 10,032 glyphs ready to use for your projects – and many advanced OT-features such as small caps, discretionary ligatures, alternate characters, fractions, arrows, ornaments and more – in all styles. It supports Extended Latin-A and Latin-B character sets and more than 100 languages. Italics are based on carefully slanted roman versions but come with many cursive characters drawn from the ground up. It provides enough of a difference to the italics to stand out successfully from the romans – or attract by their own charm. All the styles are hand-kerned carefully. As two of the styles – FR Hopper 430 and 431 – come as free fonts, you can download and test these before deciding to buy any other styles.

FR Minta
With a few element of FR Minta One you can create many original pattern and casual graphics. There are 160 elements in this font. Possibilities are limitless. Try it. Play it.

FR Minta Two
FR Minta – the pattern font for the playful. With any element of FR Minta Two you can create pattern – casual graphics could be built also. There are over 250 elements in this font. Possibilities are limitless. Try it. Play it.

FR Unalom
The typeface was born out of an experiment with simple geometric forms. FR Unalom is a monoline font with many OpenType features (fractions, ligatures, stylistic alternates, small capitals etc.) with support for many languages. While the font was designed with titles, subtitles, flyers and posters in mind, it can be used effectively for manuals, short to mid-length texts in small as well.

FR Pasta Mono
FR Pasta Mono family is an offspring of the well received free font FR Pasta Simpla (whick can be download form here: http://www.fabergraph.hu/new/pasta.php). FR Pasta Mono family is a monospaced, tall typeface capable to set playful, elegant and catching titles and displays. It compress 4 style: Mono, Decor, Decor Black and Extrude. FR Pasta Mono family comes with a few OpenType features like case fractions and extended ligature set as well as support for many languages (Nordic, Icelandic, West and Eastern European, Turkish etc.). Use it anytime, anywhere and be sure your message will reach its audience – be sure you use it in big size.

FR Ceruza
FR Ceruza is a result of lazy pen sketchings, made for some illustrations. It is a great choice for simple, eye-catching and personal letterings, short texts and titles.

FR Sniccer
This stencil font is capable of making your typographic statement undeniable. FR Sniccer includes several OpenType features like case fractions and extended ligature set automatically working in any OT-savvy application – with support for many languages (Nordic, Icelandic, West and Eastern Europian, Turkish etc.). Use it anytime, anywhere and be sure your message will reach its audience.

FR Tabula
FR Tabula is a highly decorative font family for titles. Family members shares the very same metrics/kerning so these can layered on top of each other. Experiment for highly decorative, eye-catching results. FR Tabula support many languages, and Cyrillic as well. Arrows and banners included in font can come handy also.

FR Smaragdina
FR Smaragdina is a highly decorative font family for titles. Family members shares the very same metrics/kerning so these can layered on top of each other. Experiment for highly decorative, eye-catching results. FR Smaragdina support many languages, and Cyrillic as well. Arrows and banners included in font can come handy also.

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