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29 Groovy Fonts That Are Totally Far Out!

Although the 70s were more known for disco and bell bottoms, there was more to it than meets the eye. Many people, even historians, will say that this period felt like an extension of the 60s – colorful, vibrant, yet…

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16 Comic Book Fonts for Creating the World’s Best Comic Strips

Comic books are more than just a pop culture icon. Long before television sets or YouTube, they were one of the most portable and entertaining storytelling platforms out there. A good plot, engaging characters, and stunning visuals all created some…

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14 Awesome Pixel Fonts to Level-Up Any Design

Pixel art has recently become a trend again thanks to gamers and designers who love its nostalgic appearance. It first gained popular appeal when games such as Space Invaders and Pac-man were introduced to the market in the late 70s.…

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23 Trippy Psychedelic Fonts You Will Surely Dig

The 60s and 70s were memorable decades in their own rights. Also known as the radical 60s or the swinging 60s, this period was a combination of highs and lows: from the I Love Lucy franchise to various civil rights…

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31 Slavic Fonts To Level-Up Your Designs

There are projects that need more than your regular sans serif to stand out. They call for strong, often original, hand-drawn typefaces that demand attention. When used on any design, the right font can amplify your messages without going overboard.…

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8 Smooth Jazz Fonts That Will Put All Your Design Elements In Harmony

Thanks to jazz, we now have mainstream music genres such as pop, rock, and funk. Originated in the early 1900s in New Orleans, jazz is characterized by distinctive rhythms (‘swinging’ notes), sophisticated harmonies, and most importantly, improvisation. Almost any instrument…

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31 Ruthless Brutalist Fonts That Are Sure To Grab Huge Attention

Utilitarian, imposing, bold. These words often describe what is known as brutalist aesthetic. This movement began around the 1950s in the world of architecture, when people craved for something more honest and raw. You can see this in structures that…

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15 Vintage Diner Fonts That Capture the American Dining Culture

Diners are more than settings in film or a nice place to grab a burger. Since their early introduction as crude lunch cars during the early 1870s, they have since been reinvented numerous times. From WWI to the industrialization period,…

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30 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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