Re: How do I go about finding an electronic foundry to publish my fonts?
- I was going to say the same thing. MyFonts is always my go-to place to look for a new font for a project. They are GREAT! Easy to work with, HUGE variety of fonts, and I've never been disappointed (except when I can't afford a font I want!) Go to myfonts.com and have a look.
--- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com, "grove_08" <ironhorse@...> wrote:
> Silber, you might also try MyFonts.com. In fact P22 Foundry sells their fonts through MyFonts.com
> They are a good venue for individual font designers.
> You can find their prospectus here:
> In their words:
> MyFonts, the web site with the largest collection of fonts, has a track record of selling fonts to hundreds of thousands of users ranging from those who have never bought a font before to professional designers and advertising agencies.
> Participation is open to font foundries large and small, including individual designers. A simple review process ensures that your fonts meet the standards required.
> Good luck, Grover