Larabie Fonts

About the foundry

Larabie Fonts typefaces were created by me, Ray Larabie. I became interested in fonts in the early 70’s when my grandmother gave me sheets of dry transfer lettering. I began creating typefaces with pen and paper and later, on my first computer, a TRS-80.

In 1995, I launched Ray Larabie’s Freeware Typeface of the Week. In 1996, I redesigned the site, changed its name to Larabie Fonts. In 2001, I launched Typodermic, my commercial site devoted to larger families of fonts available at very reasonable prices.

Quality fonts from the world's best foundries, for use on the web and in applications.