New foundry at your service

Finally

The Ivy Foundry is open. I have been making fonts since 2006, and I have pursued a long-term vision of making a foundry, that would be able to produce distinctive fonts with strong potential. NOW is the time. Welcome, I hope you like it.

large-scale font production

Make it big

Megaluna selected FF Marselis as the new corporate typeface for Brussels Airport. When you are used to look at type on screen, or on business cards, it is somehow pleasing to see the same type in larger scale out in the wild. Photography by The Factory Brussels and Yves Peters.

New release

FF Marselis Serif is coming to a font-service near you

The FF Marselis typeface family is getting big. With the new FF Marselis Serif you have more opportunities to fit them all together. It is a FontFont, and that mean, as they put it: "we place creativity at the forefront and pride ourselves on producing the highest quality typefaces that are technically robust and that continually innovate". You can license the fonts on Fontshop.com and MyFonts.com

Custom font

A new typeface for the Danish National Football Team jerseys

The Danish sports brand Hummel, signed a sponsorship agreement with the Danish National Football Team and DBU. Together with Jesper Herholt from the agency Envision, The Ivy Foundry created a sports font for the jerseys. The names and numbers on the jerseys will be set in the new Hummel font, so the team will be ready for one of the most impactful sports events in the world.

Marselis Slab

The Drum

I have designed the typeface that The Drum use on all platforms. The Drum is a global media platform and the biggest marketing website in Europe and is current PPA Magazine of the Year and Media Brand of the Year. It is nice to see Marselis Slab put to work.

NEW RELEASE

Here is Swing King

The typeface SwingKing is the work of the Danish illustrator Erik Sørensen.
It started as writing by hand, but it is not the handwriting of Erik. It is more like an illustration of his handwriting. What we tried to achieve was something improvised in a planed way. That is why we call it an illustrated typeface.

We hope it will serve you well.