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Explore amazing typefaces created by independent creatives from around the world.

FREE ITC Avant Garde Gothic Font for All Your Experimental Designs

In 1970, Herb Lubalin and Tom Carnasse designed this typeface with inspiration drawn from the 1920s German Bauhaus Movement. The typeface was originally meant to be used as the Avant Garde magazine logo, but the magazine’s director liked the design…

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23 Practical Monospace Fonts For Writers, Artists, Scientists, and Educators

No designer toolkit is complete without monospace fonts. These unassuming typefaces have been around for quite a while, especially during the time of early computers and computer terminals. If you’ve ever used Courier, Courier New, or Lucida Console, then you…

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Why Choose The Didot Font For Your Fashion Or Branding Projects

Serifs are typically used for works that require traditional, sensible, or sophisticated touches. So it’s no wonder that the likes of Zara, Vogue, and Baron & Baron use Didot for their logo. But what makes this font a favorite in…

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20 Delightful California Fonts To Remind You of the Golden State

It’s a state known for its melting pot of cultures, national parks, the Golden Gate Bridge, and of course, Hollywood. California is the United States’ 31st state, bordered by Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, and Mexico.  With more than 100,000 earthquakes a…

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31 Retro Sign Painter Fonts for Your Signs, Labels, and Logos

Hot long summers, Cadillacs, and slow rock – visions of a bygone era can make one feel nostalgic for simpler times. And who wouldn’t wish for the roaring 20s or the hip 50s again? Imagine driving downtown on a weekend,…

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39 of the Best Outline Fonts To Give Detail To Your Design

Outlines are a great way to give character to any design. That’s because they can emphasize geometric shapes, as well as provide unique detail to things that are otherwise bland or plain. Adding shading or shadows can also give outlined…

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