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Pay As Little As $1 For More Than 30 Typefaces

Will you want anything in this name-your-own price font collection? Maybe not. But for as little as $1, you can score a heck of a lot of new glyphs.

  • <p>Here are some of the fonts you get in the pack.</p>
  • <p>1884 Espresso Angelo Moriondo</p>
  • <p>Chicago 1933</p>
  • <p>Paper Hearts</p>
  • <p>FP</p>
  • <p>Origami</p>
  • <p>Publicite d’epoque</p>
  • <p>Hensel is "a curiously nostalgic typeface."</p>
  • <p>Simplesse</p>
  • <p>Bahn (inspired by old Austrian Bahn signs)</p>
  • <p>And Harper’s July.</p>
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    Here are some of the fonts you get in the pack.

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    1884 Espresso Angelo Moriondo

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    Chicago 1933

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    Paper Hearts

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    Publicite d’epoque

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    Hensel is "a curiously nostalgic typeface."

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    Bahn (inspired by old Austrian Bahn signs)

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    And Harper’s July.

Name-your-own price bundles are all the rage. A collection of creators pool their products in one big package, and shoppers get to name how much they want to pay for it. Consumers get a bargain. Creators get to sell to a mass market. It’s an all-around good deal, which is why we’ve seen bundles for games, apps, music, and even books. Now, we may have the first name-your-own price bundle for graphic designers.

Over on Stack Social, you’ll find a deal for a package of 30+ fonts that’s yours to license for whatever you like. (The suggested purchase price is $49, but the average user is snagging it for all of $2.11 at the moment.) It’s a diverse collection of typefaces, including art deco print, hand-drawn glyphs, and even origami animals, in case you’re in need of some easily implemented clipart.

To be honest, there are a few atrocious designs in the collection, but to single out our least favorite would miss the point. If name-your-own pricing takes off in typography, it could be another resource for licensing. And it could allow some of the more talented free-font creators to get a bit of compensation for the cortisol, too.

Buy it here.