虽然不是每个人都做字体设计，但字体对于设计师来说却息息相关。字体设计者Sean Mitchell 公布了2月份的最佳字体，让我们来一同欣赏一下吧：
1. Reserves: Acronym
A highly refined neo-grotesque sans-serif based on Helvetica and its modern-day variants.
2. Hoefler & Frere—Jones: Landmark
The signature alphabet of one of New York’s most significant buildings becomes a family of clear and colorful display fonts.
3. Letters from Sweden: Kumla
Letters from Sweden’s first release in the “Fabrik Suite” — a project inspired by Swedish industry, factories and harbours.
4. Aesthetic Apparatus: Brass Rule Script
A geometric upright script constructed in the vein of the experimental “brass rule letters” from the 1952 German typography book Hoffmann’s Schriftatlas, combined with mid-century commercial chrome emblems.
5. Latinotype: Sanchez Slab
A new version, more robust, with straight edges that give it greater character and power.
6. TipoType: Amelia
A geometric sans, with the softness of humanistic strokes.
7. Constellation: Brooklyn
Started its life in an architectural model.
8. District: Hoban
Hoban is about contrast. Hoban wants to be noticed, but only after a second glance.
9. Typotheque: Supernova
A family that combines the spontaneity of a script typeface with the versatility of multiple weights and cuts.
10. Klim: Founders Grotesk Text
Maintains the same lineage and feel as the rest of the Founders Grotesk family, but works best at text sizes.
11. Letters from Sweden: Trim Poster
A new member in the Trim family and is designed with one purpose in mind: compact all-capital headlines without crashing.
12. The Northern Block: Eund
A geometric sans serif with minimal contrast. Shallow curves are smoothed out of rectangular letterforms to produce a fresh, legible typeface best suited to information based applications.
13. Hanoded: Inky Fingers
This rather obese font was made by hand — literally.
14. Nootype: Selfico
A modern font family, that has a strong verticality intensified with the vertical “y” and a special È.
15. Lennart Breel: Obscurity Sans
An uppercase display typeface inspired by shadow.
16. Associated Typographics: Skol
On or off the screen, Skol is a tenacious, hardy font that would make its ancestors proud.
17. CBdO Fonts: Aloha
Fun to use brush fonts, Aloha is bound to please.
18. Device: Cadogan
A freeform linking script that uses OpenType programming to replace beginning and ending characters with uniquely designed variants.
19. Sudtipos: Piel Script
A “tattoo” script, Piel is Spanish for skin.
20. Hoftype: Foro Rounded
The softer sister of the succesful Foro family. Distinct in appearance, with pleasant haptic, objective, and with graphic appeal.
21. Stereotypes: Prism
Mainly inspired by two things, the sketches of Rudolf Koch for Prisma and the proportions of Avant Garde by Herb Lubalin.
22. Tipo Pèpel: Boxed
A new and extensive 18-weight typeface, brightly conceived and designed to look good on small screen devices, but offering also enlightened looks on paper.
23. Tipografies: Trola
Its unusual proportions makes it particularly recommended for generous sizes to fit in tight spaces.
24. District: Fair Sans
A distinctive sans serif with much of its calligraphic structure left intact.
25. Jure Kožuh: Stat Display Pro
A sans serif type family legible in circumstances of low visibility.
26. Laura Worthington: Number Five
Pure Americana, suitable for titling, display, logo, signage, and editorial work.
27. Fonted House: Matchmaker
Tall, quirky, and juxtaposed letterforms provide a deviation from traditional calligraphy-inspired typefaces.
28. ParaType: Vaccine
A slab serif font family, soft rounded shapes, distinct and strong.
29. PintassilgoPrints: Sheldon
Draws inspiration from the beautiful and eloquent posters by the polish graphic artist Marian Stachurski.
30. Trine Rask: Bornholm Allinge
The third face in a series of rough stone cut typefaces, that shares proportions, but differs in any other aspect like different pieces of rock.
31. FSD: Sys Falso
The calligraphic version of the font family Sys.
32. Canada Type: Vox Round
An extensive monoline typeface that can be both precise and friendly.