Please note that the fonts are in black and white.
Color has been added in this catalog to show effects which can be obtained in some application programs.
The bitmap renderings you see here are not representative of the high quality standards of these fonts, in both design and digitization.
Font characters are accessed simply by pressing a key, or combination of keys, on the computer keyboard.
They can be scaled to any size, limited only by the application program used. Key-code reference documents in PDF format are included with each package.
Each package contains both PostScript and TrueType versions of the font(s).
Signage mandated by The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, in font and EPS formats. The International Symbol of Accessibility, the International TDD Symbol, and the International Symbol of Access for Hearing Loss, as illustrated in the ADA Rules and Regulations (4.30 Signage -- 4.30.7 Symbols of Accessibility).
The signs are included in the package in both font and EPS formats, along with our own interpretations of directional signage, and other general accessibility and service signs, useful in meeting the mandates and goals of the ADA.
A 200 character font based on African art and handcrafts, such as bronze reliefs, wood carvings, and textiles. Characters can be used as illustrations, rules, borders, or overall patterns.
Fonts with segmented characters to generate numbers and/or letters in boxes of any length, both black-on-white, and white-on-black. Includes three versions: standard characters with standard weight box or with thin-line box, bold characters with standard weight box.
The disk includes two sets of fonts: Acircle, and Bcircle, to generate letters and numbers from 0 to 99 framed in a circle. Acircle features positive characters in a circular border, and lets you choose circle borders in six line weights (When you press the letter or number, then the border, the two will align automatically.). Bcircle consists of white characters on a black circle shield.
Selecting Bold in the Font Format or Font Style menu of your application program will generate bolder letters and numerals, in each font.
Circles in both fonts can be squared by pressing an additional character, after each symbol.
The alphabet and numerals of the American Sign Language (ASL or Ameslan), designed in two line weights. Includes a left-handed, as well as a right-handed font.
A new Fraktur face in traditional style, Antorff is a true Germanic language Fraktur (rather than Old English).The font includes a wide complement of accented characters and symbols, as well as a universal fraction generator.
A font which includes apothecary measures symbols (minim, scruple, dram, ounce, half weights, etc.), punctuation and arithmetic symbols, roman numerals, and a serif universal fraction generator.
With Arrows you can generate a variety of pointers, each in eight directions, some with extenders, plus several types of enclosing borders and shields.
A collection of 172 astrological and related glyphs, signs and symbols in font format; plus a decorative moon and sun, an aspect chart, and five other chart components, all in EPS format files.
The font is designed to create both single color, and two-color titles or initials. The face letter character and the block character line up automatically as you type. Matched alphabets, numerals, math symbols and more.
PIXymbols Backstitch is a highly readable back-stitch alphabet font which can be used in a word processor, and will output a reference grid along with the message, when printed.
Instructions are provided regarding the proper type sizes to be used in order to obtain grids which approximate the popular fabric thread counts (11, 14, 18, and 22 threads per inch).
International keyboard key fonts, for computer manuals. Includes accented characters for most European languages. Any command word, or word combined with any of the symbols in the font can be typed, automatically enclosed in a computer key shape.
Alphabetic characters on the keys are in a Roman sans-serif face, as on standard PC keyboards, and the keys are designed with a shadow-box effect. The package consists of six fonts, in two families (over 400 characters).
Note that PIXymbols Boxkey, Passkey, and Unikey, are all structured exactly alike. Unikey and Passkey feature the same key design, but the style of lettering changes, whereas Passkey and Boxkey have the same lettering style, but different key designs. The styling of Boxkey matches the PIXymbols Shadowkey fonts.
Line segments which will generate lines in 16 weights in any program which supports fonts. Boxes, bullets, arrows, stars, large brace segments. Plus serif and sans-serif versions of copyright (C and P), trademark (TM) and registration (R) symbols in small superscripted format.
Braille fonts, to fill the specific needs of manufacturers of architectural signs for the blind (as specified in the Americans with Disabilities Act - ADA), as well as for packaging and product labels. The fonts include alphabet, numbers, punctuation, composition signs and other symbols, plus all 189 contractions, word signs, and short-form words of Grade 2 Braille. Explanatory documentation is provided. Consists of PIXymbolsBraille and PIXymbolsBrailleSighted.
PIXymbols Casual is an informal personal typeface, based on the designer's own handwriting. The package consists of three fonts: Casual Light, Casual, and Casual Bold, each in Normal and Italic (oblique) style. A wide variety of accented letters are included in the font, as well as special accent characters with which other diacritics can be typed. Arrows, and arrow extender characters, plus open ballot boxes in two sizes, are included in the three line weights.
The Chalk Casual fonts package includes four versions of a display font designed to simulate characters written in chalk. The character shapes also match those of the PIXymbols Casual font package.
PIXymbolsChess incorporates elegantly designed chess and checker pieces, as well as board elements to generate chess and checkers boards. The font is designed to illustrate instructions and examples relating to these games. Boards can be generated with a light or bold border, no border, or a board with rank and file identifiers.
For computer software documentation. This package is a thin line version of PIXymbols Shadowkey. An elegant and simple way to clarify commands in a text.
A two-font package with Macintosh and PC labels (Option, Alt, Break, etc). Especially designed for use along with text at 10 or 12 point size (or any desired size). The fonts include the same collection of over 260 key characters, including all F-keys, Cmd-keys, alphabet, numerals and symbols, featured in PIXymbols Shadowkey, but in a simpler design.
Monospaced fonts (all characters are the same width) in standard and bold weights and reverse, plus all components of the IBM ASCII extended characters (line drawing components), designed to create PC-type screens for use in computer manuals and other instructional materials.
Typeface resembles Courier.
All the necessary characters to prepare both solved and unsolved crossword puzzles for reproduction, in a single font. A spacer allows for free-form puzzles. Numbered boxes for unsolved puzzles (up to 999) are easily generated by simply typing numerals and keys for custom spacers.
A font in two weights to create black (or single color), and two-color titles and initials. A color panel character is included, which lines up automatically with the letter character as you type.. Each font includes two alphabets, one more ornate than the other, numerals and decorative characters.
A package of two fonts. PIXymbols Digit generates capital letters, numbers and selected complementary symbols, in the seven segment LED style, in Normal, Bold, Italic, and Bold Italic formats
PIXymbols Clocks generates digital clock and calendar faces with normal and bold characters, as well as twelve analog clocks in two styles.
This font consists of well over 200 specially drawn pictorial symbols for use in all kinds of documents, and includes the following: World Wide Web and e-mail symbols; phone; fax; arrows; stars; political symbols; drama; justice; Liberty Bell; US flag; wheels; clocks; pointing hands; serif and sans-serif versions of copyright (C and P), trademark (TM) and registration (R) symbols in small superscripted format; the "acid-free" symbol, UL, realtor, and Equal Housing Opportunity symbols; plus many other useful and decorative devices.
The high resolution outline drawings of the symbols in this font simulate the crude characters seen on-screen when using MS-Windows on an IBM-compatible computer.
The font package is designed to create PC-type screens, using all the characters in the IBM extended character set (except for three grey blocks), and is monospaced (all characters have the same width).
Specially for use in computer documentation. PIXymbolsDOSscreen matches the IBM key assignments and can also be used on the Macintosh to print a screen created in MS-DOS.
The textile care symbols in this font are based on information provided by the U. S. Federal Trade Commission as part of Project Clean.
They include symbols related to washing, drying, ironing, bleaching and dry-cleaning fabrics and clothing.
A font designed to generate letters and numbers used in the production of aircraft registration marks. The characters are drawn in accordance with Federal Aviation Regulations Part 45 § 45.29 (c), (d), and (e). Pressing the spacebar generates the minimum space between characters required by regulations. All the characters in the font are also on the same disk formatted in EPS files that contain both a PostScript program and a screen preview image.
Six font packages simulating ancient Germanic and Eastern writing. The latin alphabetic letterforms have been designed to resemble the forms of the original writing as closely as possible while retaining legibility.
Details about Faux Fonts are here.
This font features the numerals and alphabet of the Semaphore Flagging Code, as well as the flags and pennants of the International Code of Signals. Note that, as with any font, characters can easily be converted to outlines in a program such as Illustrator, or Freehand, and colorized.
Eight universal fraction generator fonts: serif and sans-serif, each in normal, bold, italic, and bold italic formats.
Allows any combination of numerator and denominator.
Gridmaker is a font designed to help generate your own quad paper (to sketch original cross-stitch designs). Print full pages (as large as your printer allows) of grids matching the popular fabric thread counts (11, 14, 18, and 22 threads per inch), plus 1/8", 1/10", and 1/2" quads. The Gridmaker package also includes a convenient "center finder" document in EPS, to be printed by the user on a transparency cell.
Choose from these five separate packages (Series B to E(M), of highway alphabets designed for use in the production of highway signs, as well as in any documentation relating to those signs.
All characters have been properly letter-spaced (pair-kerned) to meet the specifications outlined in the U.S. Department of Transportation's Standard Alphabets for Highway Signs. (1966 and 1977 editions, reprinted 1984 and 1982, respectively). The PIXymbols Highway Alphabet Series features built-in automatic spacing for as many as 2128 pairs. Your application program must support automatic kerning in order to take advantage of this feature.
The capital letters, numerals, and arrows have been drawn exactly according to the above described specifications. We have designed lower case letters to be proportional for each individual series, adapted from Series E, which includes the only lower case letters in D.O.T. specifications.
Spacing increments have also been provided, to manually adjust the width of words and word combinations, if auto-kerning is not available, or if specifications call for optical spacing.
Each HG package also includes the PIXymbols DOTborder font, which consists of thin-and-thick line horizontal and vertical border segments and corner units, as well as a diamond shape frame design. It provides a convenient way to create shield borders for highway signs.
Highway alphabets designed for use in the production of highway signs, as well as in any documentation relating to those signs. (The previous edition will remain available, for those customers who prefer it, and have kerning ability built-in their application program).
Designed to meet the specifications outlined in the U.S. Department of Transportation's Standard Highway Signs 2002 Edition (Metric), which includes Standard Alphabets, as specified in the MUTCD Millennium Edition, Revision 1.
This new PIXymbols Highway Gothic Series features shouldered characters which require no additional spacing, nor any kerning, and can be used in any program which supports either PostScript or TrueType fonts
All characters have been drawn exactly according to the above described specifications.
Each HG2002 font package also includes the PIXymbols DOTborder font, which consists of thin-and-thick line horizontal and vertical border segments and corner units, as well as a diamond shape frame design. A convenient way to create sign borders for highway signs.
A font which includes more than 100 pictorial standard highway signs, as specified in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices of the U.S. Department of Transportation.
All signs are drawn to the exact specifications of the U.S. Department of Transportation for highway signs.
The font is designed to illustrate instructions relating to these signs. The symbols are also useful in many other editorial applications. Characters can be typed, just like text, in a word processing, page layout, or illustration program.
Note that, as with any font, characters can easily be converted to outlines in a program such as Illustrator, or Freehand, and colorized.
Standard U.S. D.O.T. highway signs in EPS format. The PIXymbols Highway Signs EPS package was especially designed for Transportation Departments and other sign makers who manufacture standard highway signs as prescribed by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
This package also includes the PIXymbolsHighway font (4012 or 4512).
Symbols used in our files were drawn from a scanned image of the detailed representations in grid format, provided by the U.S. DOT. All signs were assembled according to DOT specifications, with an accuracy of 1/64th of an inch in the final scaled output. Each sign in the Highway.EPS files is scaled to 1/10th of an inch, and is designed to be enlarged 1000% in order to plot a standard size sign.
A two-font package: PIXymbols Hospital contains a collection of symbols and signs associated with hospitals. PIXymbols Safety features symbols for use in the design of custom OSHA regulation safety signs. The fonts are designed to be used in documentation, folders and brochures. Each symbol can be generated in ten different styles: symbol only, symbol with rounded-corner frame in three line weights, with circular frame in three line weights, reversed in black circle, in black rounded-corner shield, and in square black shield.
A collection of signs associated with hospitals, plus symbols for use in the design of custom OSHA regulation safety signs. Drawings can be scaled to full sign size in a drawing program, and used with appropriate conversion software to print, or cut actual signs on a computer driven plotter or cutter.
The package also includes the PIXymbols Hospital and Safety fonts (4020 or 4520).
This font generates text in a design which emulates a particular type of liquid crystal display, featuring capital letters consisting of 5 by 7 square dots, organized in a 5 by 8 matrix.
Includes the standard characters and symbols normally accessible from the computer keyboard, including lower case letters, plus arrows, boxes, bullets, and euro symbol.Normally the characters appear without any grid background. Special characters in the font allow for a grid to be incorporated along with the text, if desired.
The Linea display fonts, based on a re-creation with an Art Deco flavor, lend themselves to decorative geometric treatments, as shown at left. The fonts are thoroughly pair-kerned, including all accented characters used in Western European languages.
The PIXymbols Luna font features sixty phases of the moon in both square and circular format characters, plus many other moon symbols, including moons with faces, eclipses, as well as several versions of the LEM Lunar Excursion Module, used in the Apollo Space Program.
PIXymbols Malkoff is a cursive typeface designed for use in personal correspondence, greetings, invitation cards, announcements, envelopes, etc. The basic letterforms are informal in nature, but sufficient flourishes are provided to create elegant messages in a more formal italic hand.
Designed for use in the preparation of recreation and travel information publications. this two-font package represents a collection of over 100 symbols. PIXymbols Marina consists of signs used by the Department of Transportation and the National Park Service, as well as the lodging, transportation, and recreation industries, each in a black rounded-corner shield (which can be squared by pressing an additional key). PIXymbols Marina Two features ten compass roses plus nine related pointing devices, two ship's wheels, and weather and moon phase symbols.
A pictorial font showing businessmen and -women in conference, at lunch, making presentations, and more, to enliven graphs and overhead presentations, plus figures designed for use in demographic charts, as well as other business communications.
A left-handed, mirror-image font is accessed by selecting Italic in the Type Style, or Type Format menu of your application program.
Designed for use in menus for Mexican restaurants, notices of festive occasions with a Mexican theme, promotion of Mexican folk crafts, and of travel to Mexico. The font is thoroughly pair-kerned in order to balance the rotation of the characters and requires the use of an application program which supports automatic kerning.
Specifically planned to generate two-color titles for use in menus for Mexican restaurants, notices of festive occasions with a Mexican theme, promotion of Mexican folk crafts, and of travel to Mexico, the font contains a matched pair of each character. The first component is a festive design pattern, the second is an outline character. The two characters will overlap automatically, when typed consecutively. Then the desired colors can be assigned.
A package of simulations of "jagged-edge" computer screen fonts, in high-resolution outline font format. For use in documentation relating to either Macintosh or IBM-compatible computers. The Macintosh versions include MACmenu, WINmenu, and WINdialog. Windows versions include only WINmenu and WINdialog. In addition to a complete character set with accented characters, each font also includes symbols, check-marks, arrows, boxes, and buttons used in menu and dialog boxes.
The Morse Code numerals and alphabet, in font format, in two weights.
This package of three fonts (PIXymbolsMusica, Strings, and Orchestra) features over 100 detailed drawings of more than forty musical instruments in positive and reverse versions, and also in much simplified form for use in small-scale reproduction. Piano key symbols for use in instructional materials, and a font with diagrams of traditional orchestra seating, are included.
For Macintosh this font is available only in PostScript format (no TrueType).
Characters simulating the dot matrix format of a news flash or stock quote display, in a font family of Normal, Bold, Italic, and Bold Italic. Generates all the standard characters and symbols normally accessible from the computer keyboard, plus euro, arrows and box border components.
International keyboard key fonts, for computer manuals. Includes accented characters for most European languages. Any command word, or word combined with any of the symbols in the font can be typed, automatically enclosed in a computer key shape.
Alphabetic characters on the keys are in a Roman sans-serif face, as on standard PC keyboards, and the keys have a simple outline. The package consists of six fonts with over 400 characters, in two families.
Note that PIXymbolsUnikey, Passkey, and Boxkey, are all structured exactly alike. Unikey and Passkey feature the same key design, but the style of lettering changes, whereas Passkey and Boxkey have the same lettering style, but different key designs. The styling of Passkey matches the PIXymbols Command key font.
A collection of traditional American patchwork quilt motifs in a decorative font package. Over 80 designs to be used as free-standing illustrations, in borders, or as an overall pattern, in black-and-white. Several of the designs will work together in a planned pattern.
Note that, as with any font, characters can use spot color in many programs, or can also easily be converted to outlines in a program such as Illustrator, or Freehand, and then colorized.
This font package is designed to create PC-type screens, using all the characters in the IBM extended character set (except for three grey blocks), and is monospaced (all characters have the same width).
Specially designed for use in computer documentation, PIXymbols PCx matches the IBM key assignments and can also be used on the Macintosh to print a screen created in MS-DOS, which was then transferred to the Macintosh as an ASCII text file. All but the line drawing characters can also be selected in Bold format.
The font is based on the 19th century penmanship of one of the designer's ancestors. It includes swash characters and accented characters for most western European languages.
This is a variant of the Penman font, featuring simpler capitals, and slightly heavier pen strokes. It also includes swash and accented characters.
A font to generate telephone buttons and phone symbols. It includes a wide variety of button (key) shapes and styles.
The blank buttons are designed to align automatically with the unframed symbols, providing over 1,000 possible combinations.
Symbols also include standard phone button combinations of letters and numbers, such as GHI 4, and OPER 0.
Re-creations of 19th century display favorites with a western flavor, named for the town of Prescott, capital of the Arizona Territory from 1864 until 1912, when Arizona was admitted to the Union, and the capital was moved to Phoenix.
The fonts are thoroughly pair-kerned, including all accented characters.
A font emulating preschoolers' handwriting practice guides, designed for the preparation of exercise sheets for handwriting practice. The package includes four fonts: Primer and Primer Bold, without guidelines, plus Primer Italic, and Primer Bold Italic, which feature characters combined with guideline segments. (The characters are not italicized, the italic file is used for storage only). Exercise sheets can easily be typed using a word processing program.
94 International warning, traffic information, and regulatory signs, used in most countries outside the United States, in font format. A special font has been added to the package which allows for the easy generation of two-color signs, such as shown in the illustration at left.
For computer software documentation. A two-font package featuring shadow-boxed keyboard key symbols with Macintosh and PC labels (Option, Alt, Break, etc). Especially designed for use along with text in 10 or 12 point size (or any desired size) to clarify commands.
The fonts include over 260 key characters, including all F-keys, Cmd-keys, alphabet, numerals and symbols. Structured exactly like PIXymbols Command Key, but with the added emphasis of a shadow-box design.
Elegant cursive script initials to create two-letter monograms for letterheads. Includes 37 borders, each accessed by a single keystroke on the computer keyboard. Upper and lower initials, as well as the borders automatically line up with each other.
A font package to generate two styles of traditional three-letter monogram designs, or a single initial. Includes 29 borders, each accessed by a single keystroke on the computer keyboard. The borders will automatically line up with the initials.
Capital alphabet simulating blind embossing, to create distinctive stationery. Includes six border styles for monograms, each accessed by a single keystroke, as well as decorative rule characters to generate personal or business letterheads.
Creates monograms with a crisp, stylish contemporary feel, for personal or business stationery. Each of the 36 borders is selected with a single keystroke. The border aligns and centers the letterforms by the use of a special spacer key.
Create old style initials, evoking traditional printers' marks for stylish business or personal stationery. Includes 37 borders, each accessed by a single keystroke, which will automatically line up with the letters in the monogram.
Provides a striking effect, giving your monogram or business logo a custom-designed look. A bordered alphabetic font includes a choice of components to project your own individuality. The parts align automatically as you press the keys.
Classic capital letters with a thin shadow embossed look, to create elegant stationery headers. Includes six border styles for monograms, each one accessed by a single keystroke, as well as decorative rule characters to generate business letterheads.
A package of display fonts featuring numerals, a capital alphabet and decorative symbols, constrained within square borders. Light, normal and bold versions, in both positive and reverse format, are included.
A total of 250 keyboard keys with Macintosh and PC labels (Option, Alt, Break, etc), in a two-font package featuring an elegant dimensional key design, for computer documentation. The character components will combine to create several different complete keyboards.
GD&T Symbols in the Tolerances & Datum fonts meet ASME/ANSI Y14.5M-1994 and QS-9000 specifications.
Five fonts organized in two families: PIXymbols Tolerances generates numerals, letters, arithmetic and punctuation symbols, as well as tolerancing and dimensioning symbols. PIXymbols Datum is designed to generate Feature Control Frames and Composite Feature Control Frames, as well as Datum Target Symbols, with the simplicity and ease of a font format.
In 1992, Page Studio Graphics created the original set of GD&T (Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing) symbol fonts in PostScript and TrueType, for engineering documentation prepared on either the Macintosh or PC/Win. Over the years we also designed several custom versions, for engineering firms as well as for engineering software developers who offer licensing for these fonts.
Designed for use in the preparation of recreation and travel information publications, this is a four-font package with a collection of over 200 symbols encompassing the standard signs used by the Department of Transportation and the National Park Service, as well as the lodging, transportation, and recreation industries. Each symbol can be automatically framed with a rounded-corner shield, which can be generated in three line weights. A white-on-black version of the fonts is also included (PIXymbols Travel & Hotel Black). Each symbol is in white on a black rounded-corner shield (which can be squared by pressing an additional key)..
For use in the preparation of travel information signs, this collection of over 200 symbols encompasses the standard signs used by the Department of Transportation, the National Park Service, and the lodging, transportation, and recreation industries.
Drawings can be scaled to actual sign size in a drawing program, and used with appropriate conversion software to print, or cut actual signs on a plotter, or cutter. The package includes all the fonts from PIXymbols Travel and Hotel (4018 or 4518).
The two fonts in this package are designed to create reference symbols with one or two letters in a triangle (A to Z and AA to ZZ}, as well as with numbers from 1 to 99 in a triangle.
A package of two segmented fonts (one black-on-white, the other white-on-black), each including three alphabets, and sets of numerals, with which any channel number, or cable TV identification can be created. Each font also includes rating stars, close-captioned and stereo symbols, an asterisk and two arrows.
Any command word, or word combined with any of the symbols in the font can be typed, automatically enclosed in a computer key shape. (Alphabetic characters on the keys are italicized sans-serif, as on the Macintosh keyboard, and the keys have a simple outline). Includes accented characters for most European languages. The package consists of six fonts, in two families. Note that PIXymbolsUnikey, Passkey, and Boxkey, are all structured exactly alike. Unikey and Passkey feature the same key design, but the style of lettering changes, whereas Passkey and Boxkey have the same lettering style, but different key designs.
This package combines two fonts and seven Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) files.
The fonts feature mapping symbols and several highway number shields. Numbers and letters can be positioned automatically in these shields. The EPS files include outline maps of the U.S. and of each state with white fill state maps, and mapping symbols with white fill for overlay.
PIXymbols Vershen is a calligraphic roman sans-serif with large x=height. The font is available in four styles, plus a series with small capitals and old style figures, also in four styles, and finally, a four-style set of universal fraction generators, as well as the fractions set plus innovative gourmet recipe symbols.
The fonts are thoroughly pair-kerned, including all accented characters and letter pairs not commonly found in English, but frequent in other western European languages. The euro symbol is also included.
Numerals and currency symbols in the standard font set are monospaced, to generate orderly number columns, but an alternate, narrower numeral 1 is also provided, along with an alternate lower case g and ampersand.
As its name implies, Page Studio Graphics' VeryLoose font is a casual display face. Its design personality provides great versatility of association. In addition, it is thoroughly pair-kerned, including all accented characters, for use in western European languages.
The PIXymbolsXcharting package includes two fonts, Xstitch and Xcharting.
Xstitch and Xcharting are tools created for designers of original cross-stitch patterns, to help generate standard user reference charts and lists with as many as 53 different floss-color symbols. Xstitch can be used in a word processing program, while Xcharting requires a page layout or drawing application program. Xcharting also includes grid components in two line weights, in order to add bolder outside borders, and inch dividers to your charts. Please note that these are not an application programs, each symbol has to be typed individually.
PIXymbolsXstitch is a multi-pack combination which includes Xstitch, and all fonts from the PIXymbolsXcharting, Backstitch, and Gridmaker packages.
Xstitch and Xcharting are tools created for designers of original cross-stitch patterns, to help generate standard user reference charts and lists with as many as 53 different floss-color symbols. Xstitch can be used in a word processing program, while Xcharting requires a page layout or drawing application program. The latter includes grid components in two line weights, in order to add bolder outside borders, and inch dividers to your charts. Please note that these are not an application programs, each symbol has to be typed individually.