Rudge is an intentionally rough sans-serif font. It was designed to share the look and feel of many “antique” fonts, although it lacks the standard serif look of those fonts. The corners are slightly rounded, the edges are wobbly, and the kerning is tight. It could be used as a faux “sloppy printing” font or just a more regularized hand-drawn font.It comes in six flavors: Light, Regular, and Bold, with italic versions of each.
Price: 9.00 from MyFonts
Rudge was designed by Adam B. Ford and published by Adam B. Ford. Rudge contains 6 styles and family package options.
Bezura is a font designed with an emphasis on minimal nodes. All bezier curves in this font have reference points on 90° or 45°. All corners have a smooth curve to them. It would probably work great when used in vinyl-cutting applications on signage....