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

FREE Benton Sans Font To Make Your Designs More Human and Organic

If you’ve ever paid attention to Martha Stewart Living magazine, you’d think that the font used here is Morris Fuller Benton’s News Gothic – except it’s not. The contemporary sans serif is in fact, a redesign called Benton Sans. Read…

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37 Tattoo Fonts To Ink Your Designs in Style

When you want to immortalize something, a tattoo is usually one of the best things to help you achieve that. Thanks to newer technology, you can have all kinds of designs now, too. You can pick from large, colorful masterpieces,…

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25 Unconventional Curly Fonts To Add Cheer To Your Designs

One of the more interesting aspects of cursive writing is its flourishes – those little embellishments that turn an otherwise ordinary calligraphy to something more elegant. Who wouldn’t fall in love with these loops and curves? These were highly popular…

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23 Eye-Catching Fonts for Your YouTube Channel Thumbnails and Videos

We all know the subtle power of fonts. And YouTube is no stranger to how the right kind of type can help your channel branding. Even if you’re just starting out, get a good handle on the fonts you’d like…

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27 Perfect 1990s Fonts To Reinvent Your Vintage Design

The decade of the ‘Generation X’, the 90s were all about MTV music, iconic sitcoms, and the beginnings of a digital era. Everything seemed fun, fresh, and fast. Still, summers were all about cycling down suburban roads and watching cartoons…

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31 of the Best 1970s Fonts from The Decade of Change

Some may remember the 1970s as the decade of hot, unforgettable summers. But for many, it was a tumultuous time, with rallies, protests, and fights for equal rights. It wasn’t all bad though: people remember the 1970s for individuality, disco…

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9 Slime Fonts for Making Gruesome Banners and Posters

There are all kinds of slime. There’s mold that looks like slime, the slime on the body of fishes, snail slime, waste material, and of course, toy slime. The history of toy slime (sometimes called flubber or silly putty) began…

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