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26 Vintage 1920s Fonts Straight from the Roaring Twenties

Most people remember the 1920s as the decade of flapper fashion, Jazz music, and classic cars. But it was also the era of the Great Depression, increased racial tensions, as well as the return of soldiers from World War I.…

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24 Cool Vintage Circus Fonts

Believe it or not, people’s love of the circus has lasted more than 200 years. Although technically it isn’t dead, it’s not as popular as it once was. However, nothing elicits dreamy nostalgia more than thoughts of nimble trapeze artists,…

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19 Font Bundles To Save You Time and Money On Your Next Project

Want to start your own creative enterprise but don’t know where to begin? Pressed for time and you need about two to five fonts for a specific project? During these times, a font bundle is a real lifesaver. Usually featuring…

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34 Fancy Flower Fonts Perfect for Botanical and Nature-Inspired Projects

Did you know that flowering plants only began taking root in our world 130 million years ago? That’s fairly new, considering ferns and trees have been around far longer than that. Still, the way they have changed our surroundings and…

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14 Gorgeous Monogram Fonts To Spruce Up Your Designs

From royalty to religion, monograms have adorned not only coins, but also precious possessions and artefacts throughout history. These decorative symbols, typically initials of people or names of companies, seem to have grown in popularity once again. From start-ups to…

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35 Charming Victorian Fonts To Bring Back The Beauty of the 1800s

In essence, the Victorian period was so called because it happened during the reign of Queen Victoria, which was from 1837 until her death in 1901. She was Britain’s second-longest reigning monarch, surpassed only by Queen Elizabeth II. This era…

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26 Newspaper Fonts Worthy of the Front Page

Since the dawn of civilization, people have always shared news and stories with one another. At first, these were passed through word of mouth. Then, we learned to transcribe these thoughts to more permanent means, such as through paper, stone,…

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