TIGHTYPE is an independent type design collective, based in Constance, Germany. Founded in 2015 by two graphic design students, Fabian Fohrer and Fabian Huber, we try to provide visually strong typefaces for people who value contemporary type design.

We are always interested in collaborations with designers, photographers and publishers around the world — please feel free to drop us a line if you have any questions or project inquiries at any time!

Trial Versions
For testing we offer trail versions that can be downloaded here. Our trial versions are restricted to uppercase and lowercase letters (no accents), numbers and a few symbols.

By purchasing or installing our fonts you automatically agree to our End User License Agreement (EULA).

Payments are handled via PayPal. You can also choose to pay with debit or credit card (at the bottom of the PayPal page). On request there is also the option of paying via banc transfer.

Desktop License
Our desktop license (OTF) is restricted to one person/organisation per license and may be loaded onto a maximum of five computers. A higher amount of licenses for the same person/organisation can be selected in our shop. Further information about licenses here.

Web License
The standard web license is restriced to up to 15,000 page views per month. By purchsing a web license you will receive the fonts in EOT, WOFF and WOFF2 formats. For websites with higher traffic please select the appropriate license in our shop.

App/E-Book/Broadcast Licenses
If you are interested in purchasing app, e-book or broadcast linceses please get in touch so we can provide you about details.

Custom Typefaces
Yep, we also do custom type. We accept commissions for custom typefaces as well as modifications to our released typefaces.

Fonts in Use
We are always happy to see our fonts in use. So if you used them in your project, let us know! Selected projects will be published in our Fonts in Use section.

There are no shipping costs on our products. Worldwide. Yay!

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