Maven Pro Bold

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  1. Joe Prince Joe Prince

    It's that special time again, when a new weight of Maven Pro is released. Introducing...

    MAVEN PRO BOLD!

    There have been some glyphs that were edited in the regular and medium weights, so to ensure you are using the correct version please remove any previous Maven Pro files first. Then, install the most recent font files.

    Maven Pro Black is already in production, along with many more additional weights. If you would like to make a difference and keep Maven Pro growing, please feel free to make a small donation - all proceeds go to Cancer Research.

    Special thanks to Sam Asante for designing and coding the beautiful site, and for the kind support and patience of the design community throughout this process!

    about 3 years ago

  2. Darren Geraghty Darren Geraghty

    Stellar work once again Joe, Maven is a mighty typeface.

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    about 3 years ago

  3. Saawan Saawan

    Awesome, Joe!

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    about 3 years ago

  4. Wesley Marc Bancroft Wesley Marc Bancroft

    This is a killer typeface, and I am liking that you are not stopping with the font family. Great job.

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    about 3 years ago

  5. Julian Hrankov Julian Hrankov

    Fantastic job, Joe!

    What I've noticed: The Z&z seem to have a little contrast issue:The horizontal strokes should be slighty thinner, I think.
    Also the connection of the bowl and vertical stem on the "a" seems to be different in width/thickness than on the "b", "g" & "q".

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    about 3 years ago

  6. Claire Coullon Claire Coullon

    Excellent, it's awesome to see Maven progress so quickly. Thanks again! (Awesome specimen shot too, love the colours).

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    about 3 years ago

  7. Joe Prince Joe Prince

    @Darren, thanks a lot man!
    @Saawan, cheers! :)
    @Wesley, I plan on doing many more weights and versions for the typeface to increase usability. Thanks for your support!
    @Julian, you have a watchful eye man...really appreciate that. Took a look at them and you're absolutely correct. I'm gonna fix those glyphs and have them ready for the next release :) Cheers
    @Claire, you're too kind. As you know I'm a big fan of your type work. And of course this shot was inspired by your rendition of the typographical layout :)

    Thanks a lot everyone, the feedback is much appreciated!

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    about 3 years ago

  8. Michael Spitz Michael Spitz

    Great stuff again Joe!

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    about 3 years ago

  9. Bouké Bouké

    Want.

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    about 3 years ago

  10. Ivan Bobrov Ivan Bobrov

    This is amazing buddy, thanks again!

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    about 3 years ago

  11. Joe Prince Joe Prince

    @Michale, cheers my man! :)
    @Jeiji, just click download it's free :P
    @Ivan, appreciate your feedback man, and for your donations. Cheers!

    @Julian, it's hard for one person to test multiple weights of an over 500 glyph typeface, so I thank you for the watchfulness. Cheers bud.

    about 3 years ago

  12. Emil Nikov Emil Nikov

    The font is getting better and better. I love it, keep up the awesome work! :)

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    about 3 years ago

  13. Julian Hrankov Julian Hrankov

    No problemo, mate.

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    about 3 years ago

  14. Alexander Wende Alexander Wende

    Hey joe, looks great! Kudos to you to work out such a nice typeface, I can imagine you have put a lot of time into this project and regardless you provide the font free!. How do you produce this thicker/thinner weights and versions of the typography? Do you know a great website which has more info about font/typography design?

    about 3 years ago

  15. Joe Prince Joe Prince

    @Emil, Julian, cheers guys!
    @Alex, thanks for the nice comment! Basically it all starts with the regular weight, and thicker/thinner versions need to be consistent throughout. Typophile has some really great articles if you have time to browse :)

    Search through Google because there in-site search function isn't working properly. Cheers man!

    about 3 years ago

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