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39 Best Movie Fonts To Create Blockbuster Posters and Headers

Movies have gone a long way from simply a form of entertainment to becoming part of our culture. Today, movies span genres and countries. There are films that make you laugh, make you cry, make you frightened, or all three.…

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25 Spooky Witch Fonts Perfect for Halloween Or Scary Projects

The witches that we know now come in all shapes and forms. There’s the green, wart-nosed villain who rides on a broom and likes to terrorize children. There’s also the old hag who lives either with her coven or by…

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38 Standout Poster Fonts To Attract All Eyes on Your Designs

Design has the power to evoke all kinds of emotions on a subconscious level. That’s why it’s important to carefully think about the images, color, and font that you want for your project. Posters for instance, are meant to be…

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33 Mysterious Gothic Fonts that are Both Intricate Yet Modern

Gothic influences usually refer to architecture, art, and sculptures that were popular during the Middle Ages in Europe. Nowadays, the term ‘gothic’ typically refers to anything that’s dark, mysterious, or edgy. The word itself though, was coined by Italian writer,…

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16 African Fonts That are Wild and Wonderful

Africa as a continent is as vast and as diverse as your imagination can reach. Their colorful culture is expressed in many forms, including arts and crafts, music, language, cuisine, and folklore.  Values also play an important role. Visiting one…

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37 of the Best Distressed Fonts To Capture Authentic Grunge Effects

We now live during a time when everything seems so…clean and seamless. It’s so easy to create a ‘picture-perfect’ look thanks to countless photo editing apps and filters. Got a wrinkle? Smooth it out using this software. Want to make…

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27 Gorgeous Irish Fonts To Give Your Designs a Classic 18th Century Vibe

Irish type is also sometimes called Gaelic script because it’s a part of insular scripts, which were created for printing Classical Gaelic. Most of these characters were widely used during the 16th and 18th century. Insular scripts were a type…

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