When a font agency called Hoefler & Co. owns and runs the domain http://www.typography.com, you know they’re a top dog in the Typeface Universe.
Tungsten = ‘That rarest of species, Tungsten is a compact and sporty sans serif that’s disarming instead of pushy: not just loud, but persuasive’
Gotham = ‘Every designer has admired the no-nonense letters of the urban environment. From these humble beginnings comes Gotham, a hard-working typeface for the ages’
Knockout = ‘A sweeping collection of 32 sans serifs, Knockout restores some much-needed vitality to an overlooked corner of the typographic spectrum.’
Numbers = ‘H&Co’s Numbers collection revives 16 styles of everyday numbering, inspired by everyday objects from playing cards to dollar bills’
Verlag = ‘A family of 30 sans serifs that brings a welcome eloquence to the can-do sensibility of pre-war Modernism’
Forza = ‘Succinct geometries make for an expressive type family that’s ardent, disciplined, shrewd, and commanding.’
Idlewild = An industrious sans serif that evokes space-age optimism, Idlewild is spare and tranquil, speaking in hushed but captivating tones.
Each of these fonts are available for purchase on http://www.typography.com, with prices varying from web use only, to 1 – 250 computers, or more.