A typeface consists of a coordinated set of glyphs designed with stylistic unity.
A typeface usually comprises an alphabet of letters, numerals and punctuation marks.
A display typeface is a typeface that is intended for use at large sizes for headings, rather than for extended passages of body text.

• Display fonts
• Script fonts
• Calligraphic fonts
• Symbols
• Mimicry or simulation typefaces
• Mixed case typefaces
• Reverse contrast fonts

• Conversions of already existing typefaces
• Text fonts

The typeface must have been published in the previous calendar year (and up to the day of the current deadline).
See previous years' winners here

Things to prepare
Either make a sample using our template or include promotional material made for your font. If you choose to use our template, please note that you don’t have to follow it indiscriminately, as we do not wish to restrict your creativity.
Save it as JPG (RGB, 72 dpi).
If you choose to use your own promotional material, please save the files as JPG (3600 x 1536 px, RGB, 72 dpi).
These images will appear in the winners' gallery if your design is awarded.
Upload the images via this site (no later than February 26th, 2021).