Typeverything is a type foundry focusing on display fonts, trusted by studios and brands around the world. We work as a group of independent type designers striving to create the best tools for your projects.

Please make sure you read our End-User License Agreement explaining our licensing model. 
For submissions or more licensing options please contact us at info{at}typeverything.com. 

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Do you offer trials? short answer is No. Longer answer: Like everyone else involved in your project, type designers should get paid too when their work is presented in pitches or internal presentations. Their fonts will either win you a project or the brand can figure out what works for them, in both cases there is value in using good fonts. Our Desktop1 licenses are recommended for this. Most of our Desktop1 families are just $99, so you get to test full feature fonts for around $10 each. We think this is a very affordable fee and you get to support the type designers too. Whenever you decide you need usage rights for your license, you can upgrade it and we will refund your initial purchase. Just let us know.

Quick License information (for the detailed information read our EULA):

Print License: A simplified Desktop License, you can use it for Branding materials, Publications and everything that is printed on paper. Limited to the user count. The one-user license cannot be shared between multiple people or devices.

Social Media License: Limited to the following count and per account.

Logotype License: Limited to the client's company size (number of employees). It can be paid either by the client or the studio. The Desktop5 and Desktop10 both include a logotype license up to 5 and 10 employees. For companies with more than 10 employees please get in touch.

Web License: Pay As You Go - meaning that you’re buying a specific quantity of page-views and once that quantity has been used up, you’ll have to come back to add more views. 

Use it for titles on your website, online presentations. Limited to 1 website and 50k page views per month. Contact for more.

App License: Use it for titles or text inside the app for an unlimited time. Limited to one app per license. The same app tile on different operating systems can share the same license. 

Broadcasting License: Use it on Movies, Documentaries, Games, Video/motion Advertising inside and outside of the home. Limited to one medium per license. Pay Yearly.

Sellable goods: Use it when you're making goods for sale (NFTs, T-shirts, Objects, Devices, Wooden Letters, etc.) and where the font is the main focus of the product. Limited to products count. Pay Yearly.

Contact us for a quote if you need more users or more page views.

How many devices/users do I need to buy?

All Desktop 1 licenses are a discounted license intended to support freelancers and independent creatives. This license gives commercial rights only to independent designers/users that are not part of a studio/company. This license cannot be shared between multiple people or devices.

By purchasing the Desktop 1 license as a Studios/company you get non-commercial rights to use the fonts for internal presentations & testing. Studios please purchase a Desktop 5 or higher to get usage rights.

Please don't share the font software with third parties like your printing house or your clients. They need to purchase the font separately to own the license.

Quick tip: If you need more than one font we recommend you to get a Gumroad account so you can buy multiple products at one time and to get later access to your online Library for re-downloads or updates.


Founded by Andrei Robu in 2011, Typeverything started as an independent platform for promoting talented designers. This was possible only thanks to our friends: Alex Trochut, Dan Cassaro, Dominic Le-Hair, Ged Palmer, Jeff Rogers, Jeremy Pruitt, Maia Then, Neuarmy, Tom Lane, Sean Freeman, Craig Ward, Dana Tanamachi, Darren Booth, Jessica Walsh, Ryan Feerer, Mary Kate McDevitt, Matt W. Moore, Simon Ålander, Neil Summerour, Luke Lucas, Ryan Hamrick, Sawdust. Thank you!