Adobe’s Typekit subscription service now lets you buy individual fonts, too | TechCrunch

Typekit, the font subscription service Adobe acquired back in 2011, always offered an all-you-can-use model for accessing the thousands of fonts in its library. That model isn’t going away, but in addition to its subscription plans, Adobe today announced the Typekit Marketplace that makes more than 6,000 fonts available for individual purchase with a perpetual license without the need to also have a Creative Cloud subscription.To make these fonts available for purchase, Adobe has partnered with the likes of Frere-Jones Type, Type Network/Font Bureau, Émigré and others. In total, Adobe currently features 22 foundries in the marketplace. The addition of these fonts doubles the number of available fonts in Typekit, though Adobe tells me that some of the existing fonts in the subscription library will also be available for individual sale now, too, so there is definitely a bit of overlap between the subscription service and the Marketplace….

Source: Adobe’s Typekit subscription service now lets you buy individual fonts, too | TechCrunch

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