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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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36 Wild West Fonts To Bring Out Your Inner Pioneer

Also known as the ‘American frontier’, the great Wild West is best remembered today for its host of gunslingers, cowboys, and outlaws. But this golden era has much more to offer than shootouts. It was during this period that historic…

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7 Creative Origami Fonts That Will Show You The Art Of Paperfolding

While there are various paperfolding traditions all over the world, the most known of them is origami. Although the word origami is usually associated with Japanese culture, today, it’s an umbrella term to mean any and all paperfolding practices. It’s…

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17 Groovy Disco Fonts You Can Catch On The Flip Side

The night is young and all you need is a partner – welcome to the 70s disco revolution. Fueled by a simmering subculture who wants to just let it loose, the disco movement was all about acceptance and individuality, enlightenment…

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16 Graffiti Fonts Perfect for Bold Designs

Depending on where you are, graffiti can either be legal or illegal. But one thing’s for sure: they are as varied as they are captivating. Some are mostly just words, scribbled using thick, bold fonts that artists usually just make…

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25 Authentic Monoline Script Fonts To Give Your Designs a Modern Calligraphy Look

The idea of creating something from a single source is nothing new. But this concept wouldn’t really hit it off until the age of the internet. Today, monoline – or the use of single-weight, wire-like line, especially in typography –…

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12 Awesome Block Print Fonts for Eye-Catching Designs

If you like the look of stamps, then you’re probably familiar with block printing. Originating in East Asia as early as 220 AD, block printing involves carving patterns onto wood, which is then dipped in ink before being transferred onto…

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