|Highlands by Tyler Galpin|
|Nelma by Missy Austin|
|Pompadour by Andy Mangold|
|Tightrope by Alonzo Felix|
"The Lost Type Co-Op is a Pay-What-You-Want Type foundry, the first of it's kind....Users have the opportunity to pay whatever they like for a font, you can even type in '$0' for a free download.
100% of funds from these sales go directly to the designers of the fonts, respectively.
Lost Type takes no cut of sales, and holds no funds."
I think this is a very bold and kind concept along the same lines as Radiohead's pay what you want album release a few years ago.What do you guys think of this concept? Do you think this is a good business model or do you think too many people will take advantage?