A tribute to Paul Renner’s Futura typeface. The variable sources are available on GitHub, and can be used to generate variable fonts. Otherwise, complete/usable variable font binaries are “available for a minimum of $10”.
The world’s second variable color font release, and the first to support a standard alphanumeric character set, based on lettering from a 1940s Boy Scouts guide. The promo page includes a tool built by Chris Lewis for generating versions with customized color palettes. (If the sample is black and/or doesn’t change with the sliders, your browser doesn’t fully support variable color fonts yet.)
A variable font for the thinnest weights of DJR’s upcoming Output type family, made available to members of the Font of the Month Club. With the optical size axis, it’s possible to maintain a consistent stroke weight across multiple sizes.
The Drive series includes 3 related families, each with corresponding italics: Drive, a straightforward humanist sans for small sizes; Drive Mono, the monospaced counterpart; and Drive Prop, which preserves a monospaced aesthetic but allows for some deviation to improve readability.
dT Jakob Variable includes 4 separate stylistic groups, intended to be layered for special inline and shade effects. The styles are all contained in a single font file, accessible by activating various OpenType features.
Wind offers an unusual axis to vary its sweeping design elements smoothly around a full 360° circle of rotation. It can also be layered for special color/overlay effects. The typeface was adapted from Hansje van Halem’s alphabet design to a variable font form by Peter Biľak and Thom Janssen.