Abel is a modern interpretation of the condensed flat-sided sans serif. Originally used for newspaper headlines and posters, this style can also be used for text on the web. Its angled terminals and spiked stems give it enough style to be unique at display sizes, while its mono-weight still works well at smaller text sizes.
Aldrich is a rounded yet squarely proportioned font that is reminiscent of early 20th Century gothic styles. With a solid stance and confident mono-weight strokes, Aldrich is a hardworking family with roots in Midwestern ethics.
Cagliostro was inspired by the early 20th Century lettering work of Ozwald Bruce Cooper. Care was taken to preserve the original hand-lettered feel of his work while updating the style for modern use. The x-height was increased from the original style and some of the more quirky aspects were toned back. The end result is a very handsome and unique sans that is very useful for titles and short blocks of text.
Lustria is a rounded-serif text typeface with details that make it interesting to use at larger display sizes as well. Started in 1999, this typeface has been aged to perfection and is finally ready for public consumption.
Quantico is an angular typeface family that was inspired by old beer packaging and military lettering. It utilizes 30 degree angles and completely straight lines to form unique character shapes.
You can also purchase a license to Quantico here.