We believe font licensing should be as straightforward as possible, and that prices should reflect the value fonts can provide for a company. Our licensing model is designed to reflect that, so it might be a little different from what you’re used to.
Our Commercial license is priced according to company size: how many employees, in total, work for the Licensee — since larger organisations can extract more value from the same fonts. We don’t charge extra for using fonts on the web or other media, and we don’t require you to upgrade a license if your usage changes later.
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A Commercial license allows a licensee to use our fonts commercially, and it also covers any designers or agencies using the fonts on their behalf. (If you’re licensing fonts for yourself or your own company, you are the licensee. If you’re a designer or agency, it’s your client.)
This license is priced according to the total size of the licensee (not just the number of people using the fonts).
This license lets you use our full desktop fonts for testing, student work, and for producing design proposals for clients (even if this would normally be a commercial application). It’s priced at a fixed rate and includes the complete OTF files.
A Trial license lets you use our fonts for testing and evaluation at no cost. Trial fonts have a limited character set and can only be used in non-commercial work.
Your client — the organisation commissioning the work, not the designer or agency creating it. As a designer, you only need to own a commercial license if you’re creating work for yourself.
Although this is technically a commercial application, the Non-Commercial license specifically allows pitches and design proposals.
As long as your license was valid when you bought it, it’ll remain valid forever. There are no recurring fees or mandatory upgrades.
Yes. Trial versions of all our typefaces are available for free, and you can also try the full versions of our fonts with a Non-Commercial license.
No. This license is intended for testing and internal projects, not published work — web use requires a Commercial license.
Yes — please contact us to discuss a more bespoke licensing arrangement for your organisation.
If you purchased a font from this site prior to May 16, 2021, or from Future Fonts prior to August 17, 2021, the V1 license will still apply to your order. You don’t need to do anything, but if you would like to upgrade to the more permissive V2 license, please send us a message.
Although they’re no longer available to purchase, you can check the terms of our previous licenses here:
Desktop (1.0) Web (1.0) Trial (1.0) Trial (1.1)
The formats we provide should cover almost every use case, but if not, let us know and we’ll try to provide the format you need.
Yes, absolutely. We can add extra characters, or create a custom version of a typeface for your organisation — just let us know what you need.
If you convert the type to outlines in your design tool, you can modify the resulting paths. You’re not allowed to edit or reverse-engineer the actual font files (although we can do this for you if necessary).
You can purchase licenses for up to 250 employees directly through this website with a credit or debit card. For orders over €200, we can also accept bank transfer or iDEAL (Netherlands only).
Orders from this site are handled by the payment processor Stripe, which means we can’t usually see the reason why they were declined. You might want to try contacting your card issuer and asking them to greenlight the purchase.
Yes, if they’re okay with it. During the checkout process you can specify the licensee separately.
The price of our fonts is based on a single metric: the size of the company licensing them. Small companies pay less, and big companies pay more, regardless of how many people are working with the font files.
This also means there’s only one number you need to know about your client to determine the cost of a license. There’s no need to predict how many of their staff will be installing the fonts, or track their website’s traffic over time.
Yes. If you’ve already bought a Non-Commercial license for a font, we can give you a discount on a Commercial license equal to whatever amount you’ve already paid. Please get in touch to arrange this.
You can use our Non-Commercial license for student work — equivalent to an 80% discount — or trial fonts, which are free (albeit with a limited character set).
If you’re working on a live brief for a commercial client, remember that only the client needs to buy a license.
Yes, we can generally offer discounted commercial licensing for charities, nonprofits, NGOs and educational institutions. Please contact us with some info about your organisation to arrange this.
We recognise that the ‘company size’ metric isn’t the best fit for every project. If this is the case, we can tailor a license to better fit your situation. Please get in touch to discuss a custom arrangement.