The Boxy FontSpring introductory offer is really cheap. As my new font family, Boxy, rolls out there is a wonderful intro offer on Fontspring. It currently available at MyFonts, FontSpring, Creative market, and here on this site.
As many of you know, normal professional pricing on MyFonts, fonts.com, or YouWorkforThem is $24.95 per font and $74.95 for the four-font family. The FontSpring price is exceptional.
Boxy FontSpring introductory offer is really cheap
Until mid-February, their price is $4.50 per font and $14.50 f0r the family. This deal is good until 2/20/18!
To quote from the Boxy page on this site
The Boxy squared sans family feels unique. In my on-going quest for display fonts to be used with my books and on my book covers, I decided I need a squared sans serif. I started the build off of Fiscal, a font I designed back in 2006. I opened it, made it narrower, increased the x-height, and various stuff like that. I made it much heavier—an ended up with Boxy. Solid, but not stodgy, Chic gives a lilt to Boxy. But they are visually quite different. You can click on the image for a link to the downloadable PDF of the specimen book.
I started with Boxy. I was in the continued mode of searching for a black, solid, condensed face for book cover titles. As is usual, the actual design takes on a life of its own based on my proclivities of that specific period of time. I have no other way of describing it. The designs and experiences which have filled my mind at that time unavoidably color the design process.
Then my brain slapped me and said, “Why don’t you make a sorta modern version?” So, I did and decided to call that style Chic. But then I wanted a thin version also. Fiscal was always too heavy and ponderous for me. So, I made the Thin style. Finally, I felt I needed an italic of Chic.