Why Buy TypeCulture® Fonts?
Because they’re different. It turns out that the people who use TypeCulture fonts do not have much of a “herd mentality.” They’re not inclined to run with the pack and chase the latest style. They’re comfortable with their own visual voices and insist on fonts that look great and work well. And they know:
TypeCulture fonts are a good investment. The glyph shapes, spacing and kerning in TypeCulture fonts are meticulously attended to and provide you with a tool that you can use and not have to worry about. You won’t experience the loss of valuable time and additional labor typically caused by poorly produced fonts.
TypeCulture fonts are extremely well crafted. They look as good four feet tall on a building as they do in 6 point footnotes. And the production quality doesn’t stop at the letter z: every glyph stands up to scrutiny - right down to the fractions, special characters and alternate currency symbols.
TypeCulture fonts add uniqueness to your work. These are not the overused classics from the huge font libraries or the trendy fonts from the fad-font boutiques that simply everyone is using.
TypeCulture fonts are all OpenType, the format that works on both the Windows and Macintosh platforms. And since an OpenType font is able to contain everything: small caps, oldstyle figures, fractions, swash caps, special ligatures and much more, it’s no longer necessary to purchase supplementary fonts or so-called “expert sets”. Our text faces contain large character sets and extensive code for OpenType typographic features which make them powerful tools in programs like Quark XPress or Adobe’s CS applications (InDesign, Illustrator & Photoshop). You’ll find them easier to use and better at fulfilling complex typographic tasks than the limited character sets of the old font formats.
Our support doesn’t end when you’ve made your purchase. We’ll do our best to answer any questions you may have about using the fonts. Should a typeface receive an upgrade (e.g. additional glyphs), you'll be eligible to receive the new files for small upgrades or be alerted to special purchase options for large upgrades.