- Libertario–adapted from a 1932 Italian pamphlet of writings by Élisée Reclus
- Busted Knuckles–a marker script drawn by Chris Stain (3 versions: left, center, and right leaning)
- Persons Unknown–a modular font by Alec Dunn
- Left Dings–a dingbat font of symbols of the left compiled by Josh MacPhee and Alec Dunn
- Fly Legs–a hand drawn typeface by Meredith Stern inspired by the legs of the common house fly
- The Anarchist Encyclopedia–a font designed by Josh MacPhee for a book of the same name, written by Sébastien Faure in 1934 (and re-published with Josh’s font by AK Press in 2019). (2 versions: color and black and white)
- Manifesto–a sans-serif font derived from the masthead of the 1980s edition of El Machete
- Medicine–an expressive decorative font from Kill Joy
- Rise Up–a hand drawn font by Josh MacPhee that was originally made for the book Why Don’t the Poor Rise Up? Organizing the Twenty-First Century Resistance
- Interkosmos–a science fictional font by Alec Dunn that was derived by the ’70s-era decorative work of Brutalist architect Klaus Franz
- Committee–a typeface by Alec Dunn based on relief cut letterforms (3 versions: bold, light, and rough)
- Upright Citizen–a hand drawn typeface by Chris Stain
- Respect by Kill Joy (3 versions: regular, condensed, outlined)
- Exuberance by Mary Tremonte
- Valencia AMA (4 versions: irregulars, slab, sans, sans upright)
- Bilbao AMA
Three fonts by Alec Dunn
- Rent Strike
- Squat! (2 versions)
The second round of fonts from the revolutionary era in Spain. Two fonts from the anarcho feminist publication Mujeres Libres, and one from the feminist communist Mujeres.
- Mujeres Libres
- Madrid AMA
- Madrid ML
The third round of fonts from the revolutionary era in Spain: two fonts from the anarcho feminist publication Mujeres Libres.
- Maternidad ML
- Paralelismo ML
Two adapted fonts:.
- Acción Modular–a modular font from the Argentinian publication Hombre de America.
- Brix–a bold sans serif from an advertisement for the film La Dialectique Peut-Elle Casser Des Briques?
Two fonts by Josh MacPhee
- Slogan Sharp
- Melodie Jazz
Two fonts, one by Josh MacPhee and one by Alec Dunn
Two labor derived fonts adapted by Shaun Slifer
- Dual Unionist
- Green Bans
Two fonts, one by Roger Peet and one by Bec Young
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