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15 Imperfect Scribble Fonts To Create Authentic Hand-Drawn Effects

It can happen anywhere, to anyone, without warning. You could be sitting idly, listening to a Zoom meeting with your notepad open. Subconsciously, almost on impulse, your hand grabs a pen and you scribble down a few words. But after…

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15 Handy Subtitle Fonts for Movies, Documentaries, and More

Thanks to advances in the audio and visual industry, as well as social media, we can now access tons of video content across multiple platforms. From YouTube to Netflix, and everything in between, more and more people are expected to…

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23 Dazzling SVG Fonts To Make Your Designs Pop!

Technology nowadays has allowed creatives to go wild in terms of crafting bigger and better products. Typography for example, has taken a huge leap forward. Gone are the days when you had just one choice; and if you wanted something…

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Create an Italian Renaissance Inspired Design Using The Palatino Font

Considered as one of the 10 most used serifs, the Palatino font has cemented itself in the publishing and digital worlds. Released around 1949 first by the Stempel foundry and then later, by the Linotype foundry, it has found itself…

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FREE Neue Haas Grotesk Font That Pays Homage To Early Grotesque Fonts

Believe it or not, the Helvetica we are familiar with today didn’t start out looking the way it does. Somewhere along history, its origins got ‘lost in translation’. However, thanks to talented type designers, we are now shedding light to…

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FREE Whitney Font For That Humanist and Gothic Touch To Your Works

Did you know that there’s a typeface named after the famous Whitney Museum of American Art? The museum, more commonly known as the ‘Whitney’, was established by famed socialite and art patron Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney. Known for its collection of…

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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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